APA to Work With Men & Boys… By Blaming Masculinity For Their Problems | Week in Men’s Rights

While we usually try to focus on the positives on the Week In Men’s Rights show, unfortunately this particular topic MUST be covered. Join Brian, Natty, Elizabeth and Prim Reaper as we discuss the recent Article from the American Psychological Association that issues guidelines for practices involving men and boys, by working from the “toxic masculinity” angle.…

Speaking With Kursat Pekgoz On Title IX Activism At University of SoCal | The Week in men’s Rights

Join Brian and the British Badger Belles with special guest Kursat Pekgoz as we discuss the week in men’s issues, including Title IX complaints at the University of Southern California, American Circumcision, and more! Tune in @7pm Eastern

 

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How Alison Tieman became a woman kicked out of comics

In 2015 I was evicted from the Calgary Comics Expo and banned from all their conventions for a period of 10 years because(imo) feminist Sam Maggs decided she didn’t like me questioning feminism or advocating for men’s rights. For three years I fought back against my unlawful eviction, banning and blacklisting.…

My verdict of the verdict, and judging the judgment

Okay, so, here’s the detailed analysis I was promising. For those of you who were impatient for this to happen, I can only say we were waiting on the written decision

As you can see from this screenshot, which I took at around 10:30AM on August 15, the decision itself hasn’t been uploaded to the publicly accessible database.…

J.Ishiro Finney’s Letter to the Boys & Young Men of America

In a way this is a letter to everyone, because everyone should see it, hear the message in it for boys and young men, and remember it when engaging with them in everyday life. The hardest thing for society to remember seems to be the fact that men and boys are part of the human race.…

Mixed-up Meetup info for last minute attendees

The Mixed-up Meetup is taking place tomorrow and Sunday, September 23 and 24. I would like to thank everyone who bought tickets or donated to help make sure the meetup could happen.

For anyone who wants to participate in part of the weekend’s events but could not participate in the fundraiser or buy tickets, the museum is free and open to the public.…

Melbourne meetup update (again)

Our venue for the Melbourne meetup has been forced against their will to cancel. This is not the fault of the venue’s owner or staff, but we cannot explain in more detail at this time except to ask that nobody contact the venue to complain, as they cannot do anything about the situation.…