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 […]
The feminist mantra ‘listen and believe’ appears to have made its way into military culture. Michael Conzachi gives the details.
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.
The media has been telling the story lately that Russia is on its way to legalize violence against women in the family. Not only is the story quite old and with a complex background (that the media has failed to cover) but it’s also not really about women. Our own Lucian Vâlsan dug into the […]
“Are men’s problems personal and self-created, while women’s problems are caused by men and male-dominated culture?” Janice Fiamengo discusses.
Mary Kellett. Her name has become synonymous corrupt legal witch hunts and now she wants to make it allowable by law.
‘No Holds Barred’ explores the hypothetical question of benefits to men in changing their sexual identity.
Karen Straughan is certainly on a roll