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.
Bettina Arndt looks past the posturing, pearl clutching and hyperbole to reveal the latest findings from the Australian Personal Safety Survey.
The sexual abuse hysteria currently sweeping the Western world was gradual in its rise to prominence. Dr Gerald Schoenewolf shares a paper he delivered on the topic back in 1991.
In the rush to nail men as sexual abusers we often forget one thing: to look at the evidence.
Unfortunately flimsy accusations of domestic violence often see men dragged through the courts. Dr. Travis Gee gives some advice for men running the gauntlet.
They said no man would dare write “The unexamined brutality of the female libido”, but then, they never heard of August Løvenskiolds, either.
Modern gynocentrism teaches that sex is a privilege, but it wasn’t always so. It was once a duty, backed by shame and punishment of men who didn’t measure up for wives.
If they ignore this we know they can’t answer it.
That’s International Men’s Day!
As the snowflakes launch a blizzard of long-delayed sexual accusations, August Løvenskiolds wipes some old frost from his goggles.
The men’s rights movement is stupid. All MRAs are doing trying to change laws, sending men right back on the plantation. MGTOW is the only way.
Cassie Jaye gives TEDxMarin talk to a full audience about her experiences while making The Red Pill.