Mark Dent takes a look at the “women have no voice” myth perpetuated by modern feminists.
Australia rewrites history to include women in WWI, erasing the fact that it was men in the trenches and on the battlefields, and only men.
Bettina Arndt looks past the posturing, pearl clutching and hyperbole to reveal the latest findings from the Australian Personal Safety Survey.
Many people don’t question whether feminist talking points are based in fact. Pierre Lescaudron investigates the veracity of 5 feminist claims.
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.
Some AVFM articles are the gift that keeps on giving. Paul Elam shares one of those from the past and also treats us to a review of why it was and is such a successful piece of writing. He also shows us how we have feminists to thank for it.
The fake “gender pay gap” is now a target of the government and Google is now the testing ground for that feminist myth vs. constitutional freedom.
… but are they? Our very own Lucian Vâlsan argues that that’s hardly the case and the evidence is nowhere near as convincing as the press would make it. And no, the fact that it comes from a “Harvard researcher” isn’t particularly impressive in and of itself at all. A thorough rebuttal of the latest […]
The Red Pill Movie is a watershed moment. Even the Q & A following the film is worthy of coverage.
Chanty Binx really needs to go back on her meds.
The absurdity of feminist discourse does have a purpose after all. August Løvenskiolds tests the walls of the feminist Kafka trap.
Amanda Marcotte went after men as a class before the cell phones stopped ringing in a darkened club in Orlando. Typical. She is almost certainly unaware that those of her ilk are creating a society prone to such tragedies