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Transforming Into The Monster’s We Oppose

One of the downside’s to being human is the penchant of those who fight monsters to become a monster themselves. The Apostle Paul lays out this principle in the New Testament when he wrote: “By beholding we become changed.”  And Friedrich Nietzsche wrote: “Whoever fights monsters should see to it that in the process he does not become a monster. 1,581 more words

Men's Rights

Belated Award Ceremony for that "Design a Commemorative Plate for A Voice for Men" contest with REAL PRIZE

Hey, remember that contest we had in which we designed commemorative plates for A Voice for Men? Well, TA DA! Today I announce the winner! Who will win an actual real you-can-put-liquids-in-it coffee mug with the words “MALE TEARS” on it. 781 more words

Misogyny

Post-gynocentrism culture: a counterculture or subculture?

By Peter Wright and Paul Elam

Post-gynocentric attitudes are entertained by an increasing number of people, and by groups like those focused on Men’s Human Rights Advocacy… 1,017 more words

Gynocentrism

How to Lose a Debate in 45 Minutes: Paul Elam fumbles his debate with Matt Binder

So, that happened.

The debate between Matt Binder (from the Majority Report) and Paul Elam (from A Pile of Money for Paul Elam) went off yesterday. 693 more words

Misogyny

Debate: Matt Binder of the Majority Report vs. Paul Elam of A Voice for Paul Elam

So there’s a LIVE debate tonight between Matt Binder of the Majority Report with Sam Seder and a fellow you may have heard of by the name of Paul Elam. 88 more words

Misogyny

Paul Elam: All Your Donations Are Belong to Me

Heh. I’m on my annual semi-vacation this week, and was planning on keeping my postings here fairly light. But the news waits for no one. And by “news” I mean the daily parade of ridiculousness coming from the Men’s “Human Rights” camp. 1,250 more words

MRA

What I Learned as a Woman at a Men's-Rights Conference

Detroit once epitomized the possibilities of the American Dream: as the hub of the U.S. auto industry, money, power and a sense of virility seemed available to the men who worked hard enough, in factories and in boardrooms, to attain them. 2,690 more words