Paul with some of this thoughts on style and delivery of the men’s issues message.
Cassie discusses “The Red Pill” movie with Andrew Bolt and tells the world about gender equality.
After a disappointing ruling by WIPO, Erin Pizzey vows to fight on.
Lance Ulanoff of tech magazine Mashable calls on Twitter to implement automated anti-troll measures but, despite his long history in tech journalism, does he really understand what he’s asking for? Analysis by David King.
Certain interests would have you believe that the source of abuse on social media is a distinctively masculine phenomenon and, coincidentally, think that “something must be done” about it. Think-tank Demos says otherwise.
Facebook bows to the social justice agenda
Karen Straughan gets an opportunity to interview Gregory Alan Elliott
Trigger Warning: This article depicts stories and scenes of violence by women.
The mysterious case of the post that went missing after a feminist replied to it, made all the more mysterious considering the venue — a conservative British newspaper with what (used to be) a good reputation.
Steve Carter learns in a sociology class that there’s no excuse for domestic violence; except when it’s women’s violence against children.
David Futrelle has issued a final warning to Cassie Jaye, and informed us he is willing to see damage done if she does not comply.