Bettina Arndt brings part 2 of her series on domestic violence and immigration fraud, including an interview with Former Law Reform Commissioner Augusto Zimmermann
Once again Indian men and women lead the way in raising men’s issues on IMD
Bettina Arndt interviews Malcolm Henke about his marriage to a violent immigrant wife and her attempt at immigration fraud.
A woman alleges she was sexually assaulted at a party. The accused is a prominent man who has been known to indulge in adult beverages. Evidence is lacking. Witnesses are unreliable. No corroboration is forthcoming. The woman is portrayed as an innocent victim, the man as privileged and arrogant. And the whole fracas becomes a […]
I concluded last year’s series, “There’s a flaw in all men, we’re doomed; only women can save the day” with an an appeal for Officer Mohamed Noor’s humanity, and a request that men rally in hopes he get a fair trial. Philando Castile, Justine Damond, and the automatic in-group bias toward women Officer Noor has […]
Last summer in North Minneapolis, Thurman Blevins buried a sister he loved. Within days, his family was mourning him as well. He was dead. Shot in an alley after failing to outrun the police. In a 911 call, Blevins was described as shooting a gun into the ground, with a specifically branded bottle of gin. […]
Our opinions are shaped, in some part, by our media and social media experiences. My writing deals with a quirk in the brains of human males that I believe is creating a slow moving disaster as we move toward a state of perpetual moral panic. Christine Blasey-Ford’s testimony may be something we look back on […]
For over a year, some AVFM readers have tried to guess my political bias. Some AVFM readers are certain they already know. The Automatic Outgroup Derogation of Men exists independently of politics but is inextricably intertwined with politics. It permeates propaganda, media, religion, culture, and law. In today’s climate, it’d be impossible to pretend a writer […]
The false-accusations game starts young.
Maybe its time for suspending belief.
Janice Fiamengo takes a look at due process
Mark Dent expresses his appreciation for Trump for going where no other man in his position dares to go