Doug Mortimer reviews Danish film Land of Mine
The Canadian Association For Equality (CAFE) hosted an event called SheForHe in Ottawa, Canada. This video covers the talk given by professor Janice Fiamengo from the University of Ottawa.
AVfM writer Nat Godot explains, when we speak of ‘value’ in the context of human behaviour it is not money that is the currency, it is sentiment
Doug Mortimer looks at the life of Ernest Hemingway and his relations with the women in his life.
Containing a variety of opinions and questions, the Q and A at the first Norwich Screening of the Red Pill (January 18, 2017) provided a lively example free speech.
Men in classical times loved each other truly, deeply, and without fear. Craig White asks if we might be willing to revisit this ancient practice in a world where men have become distant to each other.
The speech of men is rich with poetic slang in contrast to the verbose prose of women we are so often pressured to emulate.
Andy Thomas shares his personal experience of The Red Pill screening in Norwich.
A classic introduction to men’s rights issues, republished with an Epilogue by Tom Golden.
The creation of an effective male contraceptive is well underway, but there are still a few kinks to iron out. Darren Schlangen discusses some of the sexual politics surrounding recent trials.
Modern society chastises men and boys for playing rough sports like football. But would it have it any other way?
Are men and fathers losing their way in our society? Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with filmmaker Cassie Jaye to discuss her eye-opening documentary “The Red Pill”