In an age of great safety and convenience, perhaps its time to reconsider the role of chivalry.
Yes, you read that right. People who strap down innocent, unconsenting babies and sexually and physically assault them with a knife want you to believe they are civil rights champions and are against sexual assault.
Our culture focuses on men’s physical aggressiveness and turns a blind eye to the aggressiveness of women. Tom Golden takes a look at women’s relational aggression, how it works, how it relates to men’s issues, and importantly what are its connections to feminism.
Males are consistently rated as more narcissistic than females, but is it true?
Not such a Merry Christmas.
Narvaez points out that everyone has a right to bodily autonomy and self-determination, and that the only person qualified to make the medical decision is “the owner of the penis, as he is the one going to have to live with the results, not his parents.”
Apparently, Paul is ready to make a statement about the #MeToo Campaign
Unfortunately flimsy accusations of domestic violence often see men dragged through the courts. Dr. Travis Gee gives some advice for men running the gauntlet.
How should society handle women who take cash to cover up sex criminals? Tongue in cheek, August Løvenskiolds solves the vexing problem of encouraging greedy cowards to make timely reports about sexual predators.
Just as there are alpha human males, there are also alpha females, and males are not the only ones to use positions of power to exploit the opposite sex.
Feminist spin would have us believe that men’s rights advocacy is little more than a backlash against modern feminism. Peter Wright unearths a deeper history to the movement.
Feminists have been bashing men about sexism toward women for over a century. Perhaps it is time for women to examine their own sexism and how it may be harmful to men.