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.
White men are accused of being entitled. Black men need a little entitlement of their own.
In 1898 a man named William Austin established what we think is the first known Men’s Rights Movement. We bring you the story as reported in a newspaper article of the time.
It may surprise some readers to learn the Men’s Human Rights Movement (MHRM) is at least 130 years old. Peter Wright provides an overview of the history up to the present.
Author and social commentator Josh O’Brien provides a valuable overview of what the men’s (human) rights movement is about, while debunking some of the more common myths.
Alimony racketeering, a perennial problem, has been around for a long time. Robert St. Estephe takes a look at how this problem began the Men’s Rights Movement in the early 20th Century.
A researcher for The Week named Emily Shire recently wrote about the Men’s Human Rights Movement and A Voice for Men. She got some things right but, in our opinion, she also missed some critical things.
As with many children separated from fathers by edict of corrupt courts, the Matty appeal has met with the same fate. Men’s Rights Edmonton brings news of the appeal, and their pledge to continue to fight.