As the most low hanging fruit of the men’s movement, routine circumcision of newborn baby boys, this issue must be pushed to the forefront of peoples minds, as the law is ignoring the screams of millions of baby boys.
The fake “gender pay gap” is now a target of the government and Google is now the testing ground for that feminist myth vs. constitutional freedom.
A man talks about his experience being raped by a female when he was nine and the ensuing reaction of an indifferent world.
The mysterious case of the post that went missing after a feminist replied to it, made all the more mysterious considering the venue — a conservative British newspaper with what (used to be) a good reputation.
The Men’s Human Rights Movement is claimed by its detractors as nothing more than antifeminist counterculture. The MHRM is a whole lot more than that, offering a new way of viewing the world, of living with a greater range of options, the freedom to choose, and with a whole lot more self-respect. With these values the MHRM is helping to usher in a new zeitgeist.
A Voice for Men recently hosted the first International Conference on Men’s Issues in Detroit, and PJTV’s Dr. Helen Smith attended. Why hold a men’s conference? Aren’t women the victims in modern society? Find out as Dr. Helen talks with AVfM founder Paul Elam, and others, about the conference.
Here is the uncut press conference that took place at the opening for the historic first conference on Men’s Issues – this is the press conference that protestors did not want you to see.
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.
April 8, 2014 is a day for the Men’s Human Rights Movement (MHRM) to remember. On that day, an activist group from the MHRM attended a feminist lecture to ask questions. Dan Perrins brings you the story.
In the wake of recent events at the University of Toronto, the Revolutionary Students Movement has now put out a call advocating violence towards men’s rights supporters and activists. The stench of fear is now in the air, but for whom really?