NAFALT – not all feminists are like that – is a frequently offered counter to discussion about the hatred and bigotry that permeates modern feminist activism. It’s used to hold up people who identify as feminist, subscribe to feminist ideology, and support mainstream feminist organizations, but don’t consider themselves misandrist, as a shield to protect the movement from scrutiny.…
In Spain, virtually all discussion about men’s rights has something to do with the current legislation on gender violence. And for a very good reason: our equivalent to the Violence Against Women Act (the LIVG) is one of the most aggressive and feminist-inspired in the world.…
by Siobhan H
Men and those in LGBT relationships suffering abuse in Suffolk County, New York may have a better chance at getting the help they need thanks to the Domestic Violence Bureau headed by Sergeant Kelly Lynch at the SCPD.
I held a short interview over the phone with Sergeant Lynch to see how those at Suffolk County Police Department handled domestic violence cases, both as first-responders and as follow-up support.…
Recently, there’s been quite a stir in Spain regarding work-life balance. We all know the drill: the idea that working should be compatible with taking care of children. Banishing the idea that the mother is the one who should take care of the children, while the father works.…
What I think of this statement.
Feminists don’t hate men.
They just think they created the patriarchy to benefit themselves & to oppress women.
They just think they had all the power historically and used it to oppress women over the ages.…
Britain’s National Union of Students recently claimed that LGBT student societies affiliated with the NUS should not have specific gay male representatives on the grounds that gay males are not oppressed within LGBT culture (http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2016/03/22/nus-tells-lgbt-societies-to-abolish-gay-mens-reps-because-they-dont-face-oppression/). Many people took this article and misinterpeted it as a claim that gay men are not oppressed at all, but this article is still telling of a great shift within the Social Justice crowd.…
Every day, I wake up
Every day, I hear the same two words uttered in different ways
What follows next is not always the same
But in the end they have the same hurtful meaning
And when someone utters the words not all,
they get called different names with the same pain intended
Every day I hear what they proclaim that I am taught
Taught in the name of a privilege derived from a penis
Blood Spilling 101
Yet people wonder why I shun the names they embroider on their hats
When all I am told is that I am the source of a problem I never caused
What crimes have I committed in this world that deserve such scorn
When the only crime that I am guilty of is being born with a penis
My whole life I spent without a father, and yet I still had male influences
But each day, the lessons I had learned remind me what I am not
Each day I step forward, I step forward as myself
As a human that loves and not as a monster that hates
Each day I do not stay my hand because I do not strike to cause pain
I reach my hand out to give hope to those that need it
And each night when I go to bed, the words still float in the wind
All I can feel for those that spill the verbal bloodshed is not hate
All I feel for them is pity to hold such useless fear and anger towards men
When I can see them becoming the monsters they wish existed in me
– Jacob S.…
Due to the subject matter of this article, it should be noted that links and video in this article will include material that is not safe for work (NSFW.)
Foregen is a company working to regenerate the foreskin for circumcised males. The company’s website states two reasons for doing this:
- To reverse the harm done by circumcision.
The following article is an English translation of an original article by El Tivípata, a Spanish blogger specialized in antifeminism. Originally published on 10th March 2016. Published with his explicit permission. Link to the original in Spanish:
Men are disposable, dispensable, expendable.…
Hello Badgers, Cassius here again.
I’ve told you a few things before about my experiences with feminism and men’s rights in Spain, but now I would like to paint a broader picture for you, in case you are not familiar with the situation: Feminism is mainstream, it is a must for every political party and to disagree with a feminist is exposing yourself to lots of “machista” insults (“machista” being some kind of “misogynist”: male superiority, basically) and social isolation.…