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.
The stunning success of Leni Riefenstahl.
The practice of men going their own way has a surprisingly long and fruitful history, as has the tradition that attempts to shame them into marriage.
Can gynocentric societies culturally regress rather than progress?
“History must be filtered through presentism to (1) maintain the status quo, or (2) enable progressive social engineering.” Another outstanding article by Doug Mortimer.
The following Letter To The editor of Reynolds Newspaper in 1896 provides a snapshot of inequity before the law. Has anything changed? Well no, it hasn’t.
In the 1890’s feminists came up with the idea of imposing financial, occupational and social penalties on America’s bachelors as a way of pressuring them to marry. The bachelors however had a different idea, and went about setting up the first Men’s Rights group with one overriding message for feminists: get the fuck out of men’s lives and stop telling them what to do.
Robert St. Estephe brings us another installment of his ground breaking Unknown History of Misandry. This time he documents the phenomena of female judges who came out against the misandry in the court system–yep, misandry in family and criminal law has a long and sordid history–way back when. It seems somethings never change. [Illustration by Typhonblue]
MRAs from the group MRA London staged a protest on November 12, 2012 at the Pankhurst Statue next to the House of Parliament in London. It was the first protest of its kind.