A new case opens up numerous opportunities for fathers to fight biased family laws
Is it possible to reduce the excessive gynocentrism currently guiding family law? Robert Franklin discusses the nature of gynocentrism and provides steps toward effective legal reform.
So men are the violent sex? Think again.
The more you look at the realities about getting involved with borderline personality disordered women, the more steering clear becomes the option of choice. Nowhere is this more evident than where it concerns having children.
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.