Men’s historical social and political disadvantages
Romantic love is the junk food of human relationships. Peter Wright and Paul Elam discuss the menu.
Public provision of sex? In the best interest of men and equality of course
Douglas Galbi and performance anxiety.
Torry Garcia discusses three types of consent.
Rachael Lefler talks about men, women and relationships.
Sociology and women’s studies professor Mary Ann Layden makes some wildly unsubstantiated claims about women viewing porn, warning that the more pornography women witness, the more likely they are to be victims of rape. Dr. David Ley responds.
We often hear hand-wringing sermons by ‘experts’ claiming male interest in porn is a terrifying addiction. Psychologist Dr. David Ley takes a look at the recent film Don Jon and concludes the real problem is not that porn-watching is scary, but that it is free, convenient, and offers men a discounted option to the high cost of sex.
Most films examining the issue of rape work from the hateful gender ideologue perspective of men as perpetrators and women as victims. Chris Deslone has noticed a documentary filmmaker who may be working to break that mold.
Dan Perrins is calling men’s rights advocates to action. The Toronto Police Services have, yet again, erased male victims from a criminal investigation and need to be reminded that men are people too.
According to gynocentric social conventions MGTOW is an affront to the smooth functioning of today’s society. John Hembling showcases some of the more common arguments made against men going their own way, which he says amounts to the same old shame-sandwich that MGTOW men are rightly rejecting.
Why do we fall in love? Our analysis of the issues surrounding Men Going Their Own Way continues with Peter Wright’s overview into the nature of attachment and why humans are so fond of each other. The science about attachment that he reveals may surprise you and this historical context of just why we believe what we believe about men’s sexuality will definitely enlighten.