It is fitting, with Memorial Day fresh in our minds, to remember that the combat isn’t the only cause of casualties in the modern military.
Lucian Vâlsan got the chance to watch the Indian documentary ”Martyrs of Marriage” on the abuse of Section 498a of the Indian Penal Code.
Paul Elam takes a look at men’s violence without the feminist spin.
Tom Golden provides the conclusions that the mainstream media will not.
AVFM welcomes new contributor Jon Levy with a book review on “The Silent Man: Uncovering the Hidden Epidemic of Domestic Violence Against Men.”
Tim Patten reviews The Red Pill
Jay Fayza breaks down the ways Family Courts are contributing to the societal ills that come as a result of fatherlessness.
Angry Harry believed ‘men-who-sit-at-their-screens’ will displace the feminist narrative. So far the project is looking on track.
If your child went to college and was expelled for something he or she didn’t do, would you want the same to happen to other people’s children? The question may be rhetorical, but it’s a real one that citizens of Georgia will have to answer to determine the future of due process in higher education. Georgia legislators […]
This vintage radio clip from the ’90’s of Mel Feit of the National Center for Men vs. comedienne and feminist Joy Behar shows how far we’ve come, as you’ll notice Behar laughs off Mel and any notion of male discrimination.
Feminists can lie but they can’t hide the bodies of the men
We know what fathers and mothers experience when warring over child custody. Here’s what it looks like from a child’s perspective.