A. Man has an observation about the United Nations at work.
A. Man wants to pitch you three movies. But a hint. He’s not really trying to sell you anything.
Feminism continues its long march through the institutions, including the Anglican Church as Dr. Jules Gomes reports.
Karen Straughan weighs in on the recent verdict against the Honey Badger Brigade
It’s more of a male discount than a pink tax as men don’t buy many things as often as women, if at all. Women influence about 83% of all consumer spending. Why else do you think that more than ¾ of store floor space is geared to them?
Paul with some reflections and observations on Bill Cosby, drug culture and the ever shifting definition of rape.
Feminists continue their social engineering, resulting in men and women forming increasingly different social classes.
Peter Wright gives a brief review of ‘Governance Feminism: An Introduction’
As in the rest of the world, things are not well in Israel when it comes to relations between men and women.
If we object to what some characterize as coerced motherhood, can we close our ears to pleas about coerced fatherhood?
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 […]