Professor Fiamengo sets the record strait with Sandman on what he describes as MHRA Female White Knights.
Paul and Blair White sit down and discuss being Transgender and the MHRM
Amnesty international goes on record subscribing to the narrative that “men are not human beings” and therefore not recognized as having human rights issues.
Robert has penned this article as a straightforward explanation of the men’s rights movement. Its intended audience is those who want to know more about the movement and will genuinely consider what they read with an open mind.
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.
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.
Men in the MHRM are sometimes slow to acknowledge the full extent of male servitude. Catreece Macleod contends that women in the movement have different expectations placed on them, allowing them to ‘get the picture’ more quickly.
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.
One of our favorite (and our most strongly upvoted) commenters at AVfM is a mysterious fellow named “AndyBob.” Funny, bitingly insightful, a joy to read – it is always worthwhile to slow down and read his thoughts carefully – and more than once. Every now and then we like to round up some of Andy’s […]
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.
Right, left and centrist governments each tend to fall prey to expansionism by withdrawing power, money and freedom from individuals, and accruing it to themselves and their institutions. Kalan Chinuck suggests that courting of partisan politics will not solve the increasingly oppressive power of governments today; he points to alternative ways to help usher in the revolution.