Australia rewrites history to include women in WWI, erasing the fact that it was men in the trenches and on the battlefields, and only men.
Hanna Wallen tells the story of false accuser Souad Faress, and of collusion that is hiding her crime from public view.
Chris Leyman-Nicholls presents his documentary about contemporary British MRAs
Men’s Rights are Human Rights
Paul with an important announcement about the launch of a new website dealing with false allegations.
Despite the Trump rollback of Title IX abuses, an Australian university is following U.S. down the road of forming extra-judicial panels to adjudicate on campus
Paul’s unexpected encounter with a budding red pill comedian.
The feminist mantra is ‘We can do it!’ when it comes to free jobs in the military. Would they be so enthusiastic to ‘Do It’ if forced by the government to register for the draft?
Samuel Veissière, Ph.D. takes a look at anti-male culture trends, encouraging people to both recognize and work to change them.
Peter Wright gives a brief review of ‘Governance Feminism: An Introduction’
Eva Barb gives The Book of Wicked Wife the red pill treatment.
It’s fascinating. After giving Cassie Jaye the cold shoulder on The Red Pill, Netflix is airing Martyrs of Marriage. We’re still miffed about The Red Pill snub, but we are glad that Deepika Bhardwaj got her project through.