It’s finally been released! The long awaited Q & A from the NYC world premiere of “The Red Pill” featuring Cassie Jaye, Alison Tieman, Karen Straughn, Paul Elam, Michael Kimmel, Fred Hayward, and Tim Goldich.
If feminists want true equality – and that means reproductive rights for all – both women and men should have the right to opt out of parenthood, not just women.
Western countries are freaking out at the lowering birth rates. Janet Bloomfield has a simple solution.
Wow. Genital mutilation being visited on baby boys in their own home, making that home a constant reminder of this traumatic event.
Parental Surrender is becoming a thing? Alice Smith explores the implications for men and equality.
“I think framing abortion as woman’s right to choose is counterproductive and rather disingenuous.” Dennis Michaels delves into the minefield of reproductive rights and hits a winner.
Mike Buchanan sets the record straight during an MGM debate with a Jewish proponent on BBC radio.
Sounds to me like the human equivalent of a “puppy mill,” a “cutting mill” with baby boys crowded into rooms on an (dis)assembly line of genital mutilation.
The idea of an artificial womb is not new and is far from settled. But what would the implications of single fatherhood by-choice be?
MHRAs often discuss reproductive technologies that might bring men a greater level of choice in whether they become fathers. A related topic, “artificial wombs,” promises to empower men while releasing women from the (supposedly) oppressive responsibility of having a larger share of legal power over reproduction.
Proponents of mandatory DNA testing at birth say it would tackle paternity fraud and would introduce truth as a standard in the relationships of the parents. Lucian Vâlsan analyzes what’s wrong with this idea and proposes an alternative approach.
One of the most controversial topics we cover at this website is men’s reproductive rights. It is also one of the topics we publish about least frequently. Gordon Wadsworth wanted to add his opinion on the subject into the library of literature here. He adds a bombshell.