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They’re Back

One of the better ideas that came out of A Voice for Men – AVfM –  in regards to activism was the Register-her website. On which the pictures and profiles of feminist  protesters who engaged in disruptive and violent intimidation tactics, used against the guests and invited speakers of a men’s right’s group on a college campus in Canada. 192 more words

Men's Rights

The Hypocrisy of Men's Rights Activists In Regards to Censorship...

One of the reasons I have a hard time supporting AVfM and other Men’s Rights Activists has to do with their BLATANT HYPOCRISY in regards to censorship. 181 more words

Men's Rights

Lies, Damn Lies, and Janet Bloomfield: The world's least convincing liar is now trying to smear me

Janet Bloomfield’s antifeminist smear campaign continues apace. Yesterday I wrote about her disgraceful attack on feminist writer Jessica Valenti, in which Bloomfield made up offensive statements and attributed them to Valenti in a malicious attempt to malign her reputation. 1,230 more words

Misogyny

The Diversity of Intolerance

Disagree with a feminist male or female and you will be labeled as a misogynist  – of hating women…

Disagree with an African-American or other minority and you will be labeled as a racist… 146 more words

Men's Rights

AVfM and Activism - What Activism?

It has been claimed by those who support A Voice for Men – a privately owned website that promotes its version of the Men’s Rights Movement owned and operated by Paul Elam – that the Men’s Movement had been getting no where fast because Men’s Rights Activists were playing nice. 584 more words

Men's Rights

Intellectual Tyranny

Intellectual tyranny – or intellectual rape – occurs when the self appointed leader (s) of a group require their members to subscribe – conform – to a set of rules and intellectual values without thinking. 134 more words

Men's Rights

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

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