Paul Elam and Tom Golden join Men’s Rights Brisbane for a Q & A after the recent screening of the groundbreaking film.
Kalidasa Devadatta tells a story of being raised in a female dominated environment, and later coming to study, then reject the feminist narratives he had become so familiar with.
… but are they? Our very own Lucian Vâlsan argues that that’s hardly the case and the evidence is nowhere near as convincing as the press would make it. And no, the fact that it comes from a “Harvard researcher” isn’t particularly impressive in and of itself at all. A thorough rebuttal of the latest […]
The creation of an effective male contraceptive is well underway, but there are still a few kinks to iron out. Darren Schlangen discusses some of the sexual politics surrounding recent trials.
Modern society chastises men and boys for playing rough sports like football. But would it have it any other way?
As the conduits of tomorrow’s civilization, colleges need to get real about bigotry.
The Red Pill has finally come to Brisbane, Australia!
It really is a shame that such an obviously talented and caring person would sully himself – and bloody his hands and reputation – by genitally mutilating babies without their consent, many times causing the problems that require further surgeries to fix, to say nothing of permanently ruining a baby boy’s ability to have a natural and normal sex life.
Paul requests your support of a screening of The Red Pill Movie that is coming to Norwich, UK.
Poor Lena Dunham has yet to experience an abortion. Feminist booster August Løvenskiolds is ready to lend his help.
Men, masculinity and the MHRM.
Should a woman be able to mutilate a man’s dead body in order to fulfill her desire to have a child with his sperm? Janice Fiamengo explores a recent case.