With a big salute to our brothers down under.
Samuel Veissière, Ph.D. takes a look at anti-male culture trends, encouraging people to both recognize and work to change them.
First we had the Red Pill Documentary, and now one on the forgotten fathers of America. The cultural trend of speaking up for men’s issues continues to increase.
Men are far more likely to complete suicide than women, and post-separation times are very high risk for them, especially where children are involved.
New contributor Dr. Travis Gee provides an overview of parental alienation and its consequences.
Dad’s are the best!
AVFM welcomes new contributor, Anwar Y. Dunbar, with an essay about fatherhood and how the lessons of paternal mentoring sometimes take years to fully realize.
Are millennials to blame for their current zeitgeist. Paul explores in his response to a viewer.
Father receives justice in a biased family court system
A short on the plight of fatherless families
Adoption as an option for men who choose to not have a committed relationship or marriage.
In this short and succinct piece, Douglas Galbi finds that the sad state of father’s status goes back some way.