The doctor should really ask himself if the patient whom he just circumcised actually wanted this mutilation and if the boy is glad you took that choice away from him.
Doug Mortimer reviews Danish film Land of Mine
Martin Lest reflects on the recent day without women
Angry Harry believed ‘men-who-sit-at-their-screens’ will displace the feminist narrative. So far the project is looking on track.
At times it’s difficult to not sink into despair over the callous antipathy society shows toward men Mark Dent relays his recent experience.
Sooner or later, every man will have to debitch his life. Paul offers some tips for when the time comes.
Sometimes a review of the basics is in order. This is especially true about women, where men forget the basics all the time.
Michael Messner claims fathers routinely absent themselves from families leaving mothers to do household chores. Paul schools him on what those fathers might be doing while absent.
Kay unknowingly reveals that circumcision was done to minimize pleasure for men and boys when she shames intactivists in their quest for “erotic freedom,” believing male sexual pleasure would discourage “ethical mating”. I think that’s what feminism and the family courts are doing, not the foreskin.
Paul has some words about the silent treatment … and the message is loud and clear.
“Women’s healthcare including IUD and Nexplanon placement; pediatric care including circumcisions.”
MRAs get accused all the time of “just being angry.” Paul’s response? So what?