The time has come for men to stand up and demand to be respected as men and not to cower in the face of the persistent anti-male bias in the media, the law and our culture at large. Feminist ideology predominates – and it was never designed to suit men. Women are becoming increasingly dissatisfied with how this culture hurts men and are abandoning feminism in their droves.
To take this debate forward, the Messages for Men mini conference will mark International Men’s Day November 19th , to address the issues men are facing and how this is affecting their liberty and family lives.
Speakers will include:
Mark Pearson, who spoke at the London premiere of the Red Pill and is continuing his fight to defend men against false accusations and the gender bias of the Crown Prosecution Service;
Mike Buchanan, who will be continuing the fight against male genital mutilation (circumcision);
Will Franken is a character comedian satirist, mimic and actor based in London, England. He will discuss his film about artist William Blake, a celebration of masculinity and deep exploration of male identity.
Jordan Holbrook, presenting an overview of recent studies analysing the human gender empathy gap;
Steve Moxon, drawing on a new scientific understanding that domestic violence is overwhelmingly perpetrated by women, and use this to attack feminist advocacy;
Mike ‘Dr Randomercam’ Stephenson is a Honey Badger member and talented content creator on Youtube, whose animations, dark humour and intelligent commentary on mens issues and political correctness attracts a younger audience. Expect a unique talk;
Belinda Brown will discuss how it is that the male contribution to the care of children has made homo sapiens unique, and how the value male attachment to children is greatly underestimated.
Swayne O’Pie will be discussing the rights of men to embrace their masculinity in the face of persistent opposition from power-hungry Feminists;
Neil Lyndon will argue that men’s social and political problems will not be solved by men acting alone, and that men need the support of women who can use their influence to repair glaring gender injustice and inequality;
Adam Bulford will address how the feminist definition of patriarchy continues to demonise men and in doing so justifies anti-male discrimination and obscures men’s problems and the harms that they suffer.
Will Styles will expose and unravel some of the core overtly anti-male policies and procedures found in Student Unions and the National Unions of Student and describe his experiences of speaking up for men on campus.
The Conference will be held at a venue near Leicester Square  following a march from Trafalgar Square.
Tickets are available via Eventbrite here:
1. The venue will be announced the day of the event in order to avert the kind of feminist sabotage experienced by promoters of male-positive events such as screenings of The Red Pill in the US, UK and Australia.
After spending a number of years arguing over these issues online, he soon came to the conclusion that if you want to defeat insanity, you must voice insanity.
-"Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four. If that is granted, all else follows."