It can be difficult to appreciate the extent to which men are discriminated against – until it becomes personal. Paul Schwennesen relates his story.
High-quality, nationally representative survey data indicate that rape of men is about as prevalent as rape of women. Moreover, under current understandings of rape, women rape men about as often as men rape women. At the same time, criminal justice systems are highly biased toward punishing men. That produces a stark gender inequality. On any […]
Can you believe we are headed for our forth ICMI? Well, we are, and the time to secure your place there is right now.
Paul Elam with some thoughts on men, women, power and accountability.
Feminist say uni ‘rapists’ are guilty until proven otherwise, and the trend is set to grow in Australia.
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.