Editorial, from A Voice for Men India.
A recent article by Amartya Talukdar raised the topic of marital rape. David King asks what it is – a real thing, or the product of a febrile mind?
Breaking news in India – Men’s Rights protests prompt Highest Court of India to overturn the totalitarian and scandalous provisions of VAWA that have been used to deny men their legal and human rights. We hope that VAWA meets a similar fate elsewhere.
Domestic Violence against men in India has long been recognised. Such knowledge is about to be swept under the carpet as highly funded profeminist agencies work to institute the belief that only men can perpetrate domestic violence, and that only women are the victims.
Men of India face the ordeal of losing both their wealth and sanity under a misandric legal system. The Confidare Men’s Rights Community Center at Bangalore recently conducted a seminar to help.
Again, Indian MHRAs are showing us how it is done! They are actually burning effigies of government officials and otherwise making a glorious nuisance of themselves.
A new bill is being proposed in India, the “Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage Law”. A Voice for Men welcomes new contributor Burt Phoenix, who details its corrupt nature its impact on men.
Forty percent of India’s population – millions of people – are impoverished. The nation has an epidemic of hunger, and thousands of homeless, mostly men. The government has decided to address the issue by initiating a food stamp program. The problem? They’re only giving food stamps to each household’s eldest female resident. This will leave thousands of men starving.