If we object to what some characterize as coerced motherhood, can we close our ears to pleas about coerced fatherhood?
“Women hold up half the sky.” What does it mean? Now and then, on a sunny day, when strolling over Mount Everest, I look around to see where these women are—the ones holding up half the sky. Clouds are made of water and water is heavy, so I suspect they have quite a challenge going […]
In case you have been under a rock for two weeks, Google has a controversy going. Jewel Eldora with some suggestions for the information behemoth.
Most denizens of the men’s movement will be familiar with the “Dear Colleague Letter.” However, as we so often find in the realm of feminist governance, the rabbit hole goes much deeper than we expect.
Our own Lucian Vâlsan traveled to Sweden earlier this month to document the situation in the most feminist country in Europe. Among other people, Lucian got to interview Joakim Ramstedt, at one moment the operator of the biggest political blog in Sweden. Most of the interview is focused on sexual politics, fathers’ rights and the […]
Jordan Peterson gives an epic rant on equality and why there are so few women at the top
Certain elements of Australian media recently attacked Cassie Jaye, causing widespead viewer backlash
Karen Straughan has appeared on a Q&A, live on the Mark Latham show.
Having landed in Australia to attend ICMI-17, Karen Straughan is making several media appearances, starting with this interview on Sky News Outsiders
It is fitting, with Memorial Day fresh in our minds, to remember that the combat isn’t the only cause of casualties in the modern military.
Senator Anne Cools discusses the changing political landscape and its impact on men, women and children
After being banned from Twitter and Quora for critiquing feminism, Anne Claude consolidates years of study of feminism. Copy and paste at your own risk.