Published in 2015, Angry Wimmin: a BBC documentary on Radical Feminism is an eye opening insight into the radical roots of modern feminism
After the successful Norwich screening of The Red Pill the panel got together for a lively discussion of events
A classic introduction to men’s rights issues, republished with an Epilogue by Tom Golden.
Are humans a sexually dimorphic species, or rather a less differentiated pair-bonding species? Robert Sapolsky explains.
Author, art professor, feminist, and cultural critic Camille Paglia offers a scathing critique of feminism, praises male creativity, and laments Generation Snowflake.
Are men and fathers losing their way in our society? Jesse Lee Peterson sits down with filmmaker Cassie Jaye to discuss her eye-opening documentary “The Red Pill”
Steve Brulé brings highlights from 2016 in the ongoing fight for sanity and human rights.
In Episode 49 Professor Fiamengo from the University of Ottawa discusses the emergence of totalitarianism in academia.
An interview with Cassie Jaye, creator of The Red Pill documentary on men’s rights, with questions by Alison Tieman.
Men’s Human Rights Advocates seek to bring awareness about men’s vulnerabilities in a society driven largely by feminist narratives. Alison Tieman explains the dynamics in this video with the help of a few magnets.
Karen Straughan giving the Keynote Speech at the recent National Conference on Men’s Issues in Ottawa, Canada.
Shoe0nHead explores the question of how many genders there are. After much soul-searching she arrives at the answer of… 2.