Regarding Men announces a new award for deserving mental health professionals
In an age of feminist driven “equality” men are still expected to work harder and longer, with delayed pensions and early deaths.
How are men to avoid slipping into nihilism when they learn how little value they have in the eyes of society? Andy Thomas explores the question.
Chivalry-justice creates an empathy gap between male and female offenders, denying men the same supported access to rehabilitation.
AVFM welcomes new contributor Jon Joy, with a thought provoking model of red pill philosophy. Welcome, Jon!
Expecting people to work for money is causing psychological discomfort for women; feminist researchers recommend women’s working hours be reduced.
We always knew that the end result of fermentation was good for the mood. Who knew it wasn’t limited to liquids? Aaron Mello with a plateful of good advice on eating for a better frame of mind.
The label of “porn addict” causes psychological suffering, but porn watching doesn’t. David Ley shows the research.
Paul returns with part two of his series on red pill relationships.
Getting muscled and fit is recommended, but abusing yourself to meet a gynocentric ideal can lead to sickness.
Carbohydrates are among the hottest of topics in a consumer market hungry for information on good nutrition. Aaron Mello serves up some answers to some of the many question surrounding this sometimes controversial macronutrient.
Opiate deaths of men is on the increase, and public leaders must begin to address the real reasons for men’s despair.