Another good father lost. Another man’s life ended. And another travesty answered with shameless silence.
In this interview newly elected Canadian Liberal MPP Sophie Kiwala clearly states support for equal parenting, offers a moving Father’s Day message.
AVFM can come across as solemn due to the nature of its content, but Clint carpenter shares a touch of happiness to show that MHRAs are often far from miserable when we reject gynocentric culture.
This Dove commercial so perfectly captures the value of dads to children (and children to dads) we think it’s worth featuring for Father’s Day.
In light of the disparaging #EndFathersDay campaign currently playing out on twitter, we thought we’d bring you this old classic written by Tom Snark in 2011 that captures the spirit of what fathers and Father’s Day have become in the eyes of a misandric world.
With Father’s Day just around the corner we thought it would be a good time to turn our thoughts to fatherhood. Phil Leigh brings you a series of inspirational stories that are sure to remind of the love and value of dads.
In feminist thinking, ‘economic justice’ equates to criminalising and imprisoning as many men as possible – particularly those already victimised by circumstance or the feminist groups themselves. There is a certain inefficiency to their cruelty, however, since a man’s child support debts continue to accumulate while he sits in prison, obviously unable to work.
The feminists have a solution to this, though, and if you guessed slave labour camps, you would be right. I wish I was joking.
It is strangely ironic in a culture that routinely destroys men in this way, on the often capricious whims of wives who are enabled by a corrupt system of family law, that we also lead the world in politicians who lecture those victimized men on being good fathers and husbands.