The bias against fathers in family courts continues unchecked.
Amazon has a new voice-activated gadget on the market…… a feminist one.
At long last a feminist takes a look at feminism and how it treats their “male allies”. August Løvenskiolds reviews her findings.
Martin Lest reflects on the recent day without women
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.
Karen Straughan examines CBC discussion of The Red Pill movie by feminist professor Rebecca Sullivan.
Hanna Wallen details the importance of Georgia House Bill 51 which seeks to reinstate due process in Universities, and gives suggestions on how you can help its passage.
Paul is interviewed by Libertarian Tom Woods.
By coining the term ‘chivalry feminism,’ Ernest B. Bax highlighted feminism’s root power and the reason for its longevity.
According to college professor C. Ervana the Women’s March on Washington demonstrates one thing: feminism is cancer to the Western World.
TyponBlue and DoctorRandomerCam talk about the newly released Audi commercial
“Riverdale”, one of the first new TV shows of the Trump era, has debuted. As his childhood is dissected, August Løvenskiolds revels in his review.