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The growing panic against MGTOW

Ever since the acronym MGTOW (Men Going Their Own Way) began to circulate online, there have been those who have sought to deride it. This is perhaps true of most communities attached to a label, but with MGTOW it seems, the reception has been distinctly polarising right from the outset. 1,142 more words


Feminism's inevitable death spiral explained in simple infographic

Well, fellow members of the feminist sector, it’s been fun. But we’re all doomed, as this helpful infographic, prepared by Men’s Rights Edmonton, makes clear: 198 more words


Check your reasons for being a MGTOW

MGTOW is a growing, disorganized resistance against the feminist model that is taking over our world.  What I want to talk about today, is making sure your reasons are actually checked and legitimate. 655 more words


On the Viscosity of Women (Comments I Don't Let Through, Part 327)

This blog gets more than its share of drive-by comments by trollish sorts who deposit little turds and then wander back to their sad corner of the internet. 74 more words


Mary Kellett: When you don't have the law on your side, when you don't have the facts on your side, bang your fist on the defence table as loud as you can.

“The qualities of a good prosecutor are as elusive and as impossible to define as those which mark a gentleman. And those who need to be told would not understand it anyway.

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Well, only 2.5 months

It has been a while since I last typed anything, well, only 2.5 months….   So let me begin with an update on what has happened since the second of November… 450 more words

The New Statesman's Margaret Corvid on the ways misogyny restricts male sexuality

Check out Margaret Corvid’s fascinating piece in the New Statesman on male sexuality and the appeal of misogynistic movements to sexually frustrated men. As a professional dominatrix who’s also a feminist, she’s acutely aware of the ways conventional masculinity restricts and impoverishes male sexuality. 280 more words