Romantic love is the junk food of human relationships. Peter Wright and Paul Elam discuss the menu.
The message of the MHRM is one that evolves with our investigation of the strange world of sexual politics. Paul Elam and Peter Wright add another page to the story of our struggle.
Harper Lee’s classic “To Kill a Mockingbird” is rarely talked about in much depth. Could it be because ideologues fear its most prominent plot point?
Paul Elam with some words on AVFMs direction.
The dictionary says feminism is about equality. Curious then, feminism’s long track record of literally opposing equality.
We all know there are “nice” feminists out there. But how nice can they be when they absolve themselves of responsibility for hatred and lies?
Google recently celebrated the birth of Simone de Beauvoir. Social sciences classes frequently celebrate her memory. But what exactly did she do to be worthy of such praise?
Men’s Rights activists seek to bring awareness to how men are acted upon by society, acted upon by other men and acted upon by women. They are opposed by feminists who think that bringing attention to how men are acted upon will take something away from women. Alison Tieman explains the dynamics in this video with the help of a few magnets.
One of the more astonishing things about common feminist shaming tactics is that they work–and because they work so well, they disprove themselves. Girl Writes What explains how shame works for and against feminists.
As we work our way up to the International Conference on Men’s Issues, we will be re-running many old classics to help people understand the real Men’s Human Rights Movement. Here we reprint one of Karen Straughan’s most famous works.
Men’s human right’s activists (MHRAs) frequently debate partisan stances on a variety of topics. But there’s a more commonly-shared goal within the movement. The Ace that trumps partisan positions is the securing of a greater and better range of choices for men and boys.
Increasingly, Men are Going Their Own Way. They all have their various reasons. Mark Charles, a.k.a. tells his own story.