Cassie Jaye’s Red Pill too truthful for feminists to tolerate

Bettina Arndt, The Australian

  Cassie Jaye at the world premiere of The Red Pill earlier this month. Picture: Ian Stroud Bettina Arndt Columnist @thebettinaarndt “The Red Pill: The movie about men that feminists didn’t want you to see.” This was the provocative headline that ran in Britain’s The Telegraph last November, a teaser for a documentary made by […]

Flirting with confected outrage fails to impress women

Bettina Arndt, The Australian, Opinion

Flirting with confected outrage fails to impress women What a joke. West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle laughingly makes a pass on national television during an interview with Network Ten reporter Mel McLaughlin. Illustration: Eric Lobbecke Predictably, commentators line up to condemn the man’s offensive behaviour as yet another example of vulnerable women needing protection from […]

Silent victims: both mothers and fathers can be violent

Bettina Arndt - The Australian

  Our culture assumes domestic violence is invariably committed by men, but data reveals a high number of women are abusers. Source: Supplied There was a funny discussion recently on the new ABC television show How Not to Behave. One of the hosts, Gretel Killeen, started complaining about “manspreading” — men sitting with their legs […]

Mark Latham: campaigns on domestic violence must not miss the real targets

MArk Latham - Australian Financial Review

Domestic violence victims in highrisk areas lose out in the focus on false “hot spots”. Georgia Osland One of the fascinating aspects of modern Left-wing culture is the creation of false notions of victimhood. Left-feminists in particular spend a lot of time constructing a world of persecution around themselves.In an era in which women are dominating men in […]

Australian feminist attacks integrity of advocacy group for male victims of domestic violence

http://www.fighting4fair.com/uncategorized/australian-feminist-attacks-integrity-of-advocacy-group-for-male-victims-of-domestic-violence/    In her article entitled ‘The ‘One in Three’ claim about male domestic violence victims is a myth‘, Jane Gilmore launched a full-frontal attack on the integrity of Australia’s key advocacy group for male victims of domestic violence, and of the men’s rights movement (MRM) generally. But more than that, Jane did exactly what feminists […]

Fatherlessness linked to increased risk of child abuse

by Augusto Zimmermann News Weekly, January 31, 2015

For years, fathers’ groups have complained that restraining orders, intended as a shield against domestic violence, are often misused by unscrupulous pseudo-victims and over-zealous courts.[1] However, whenever these groups request that fathers should have more time to spend with their children after divorce, feminist groups argue that those children will be exposed to more violence.[2] […]

Why men won’t get married anymore: Women complain chaps today won’t settle down. Sorry, ladies, but it’s all your fault, argues a wickedly provocative new book

By Peter Lloyd For The Daily Mail UK

A controversial new book argues that the triumph of feminism has meant men are now second-class citizens.  On Saturday, in our first extract, it laid bare how men are abused, belittled and exploited. Today, it shows how men are treated unfairly in marriage and fatherhood.        According to the Office for National Statistics, […]

Meet the feminist who is sticking up for men

Peter Lloyd, The Telegraph, UK

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/thinking-man/11527238/Meet-the-feminist-who-is-sticking-up-for-men.html Feminist academic Christina Hoff Sommers is attracting attention for speaking out against untruths in the gender equality debate, writes Peter Lloyd For a lot of men, there are two dirty f-words in the English language: the four-letter one we hear at football matches and, at the risk of having faecal matter posted through my […]

The Contradiction That Rules Feminism

Harvey C. Mansfield, The Hoover Institute

    Image credit:  Barbara Kelley Feminism in the universities is nothing new. The movement had its start among intellectuals outside universities—Simone de Beauvoir in Paris, Betty Friedan in America—but soon made its way to academia. Feminism was able to change American society from the top down, but that did not prevent feminism from expressing, […]

Fighting Wikipedia Corruption: AVfM Partnership with WikiMANNia

Dean Esmay, "A Voice for Men"

Quote: To be clear, although feminism purports to be either pro-woman or pro-equality, it is an ideology, almost a religion, carrying a set of assumptions which when applied to writing on almost any topic perverts the meaning of such writing.