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Acid Attacks in Italy – Manipulation of the Public

Acid Attacks in Italy – Manipulation of the Public

Acid attacks were unknown in Italy until 2009, when feminist journalists started to attack all men by talking about female victims of acid attacks in East Asia and Africa, painting it as a gender issue. The reality is that men are 48% of the victims of acid attacks in Cambodia, 18% in Bangladesh, 43% in Uganda, 60% in Nigeria, and we could go on like this. The reality is that this issue is both…

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Equality can pack quite a punch

Equality can pack quite a punch

Some years ago I wrote a piece of satire, “If You See Jezebel in the Road, Run the Bitch Down.” It was a response to an article at wherein the women who write and frequent there bragged vociferously about physically abusing their male partners. It was an open glorification of intimate partner violence.

I took some very provocative Juvenalian shots in my article, reversing the gender…

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Teach Women Not To Hit Men #yesallwomen #StephenASmith @stephenasmith

Teach Women Not To Hit Men #yesallwomen #StephenASmith @stephenasmith

Whoopi Goldberg is, once again, 100% right on this issue, and we thank her for it.

Being female does not give you an excuse to put your hands on anybody, nor does it give you a right to call names, belittle, mock, dare, and otherwise be verbally abusive.

Yes all women, please, teach girls and women not to abuse men. Or as Erin…

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The Death of Love, Marriage, & Community, in Black America‏: Requiem for a Heavyweight #yesallwomen

The Death of Love, Marriage, & Community, in Black America‏: Requiem for a Heavyweight #yesallwomen

“Love’s in need of love today.”
—Stevie Wonder

On July 11, I received the following email from my good friend Mr. Paul Carrick Brunson, as I’m a subscriber to his newsletter:

Hi There,

I wanted to share with you briefly my thoughts on a subject that has me impassioned.

It’s inspired by an interview I did earlier this week. I was asked to appear on Good Morning Americato discuss my thoughts on the…

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Please Tell Me More About My Male Privilege!

Please Tell Me More About My Male Privilege!

Let’s talk about this idea of male privilege that feminists have told us exists. But I should be more specific: the cisgender, heterosexual, Caucasian, male privilege. Now, anyone who observes the treatment of men in our society can tell you that this group is far from privileged. But in order for feminists to be able to make us believe in “oppressed women and privileged men,” they must protect…

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Angry Harry’s MRA Corner with Janet Bloomfield #womenagainstfeminism

Angry Harry honors Woman Against Feminism and AVfM Social Media Director Janet Bloomfield. Check it out yo.

Barbara Kay: Presentation to the International Conference on Men’s Issues 2014

Barbara Kay: Presentation to the International Conference on Men’s Issues 2014

Editorial note: We will over the next few weeks continue to present full transcripts of all the presentations at the International Conference on Men’s Issues. Barbara Kay was our sixth speaker on Day 1, June 27, 2014. This particular speech was one of the most frequently quoted by the press; now everyone has the opportunity to see her remarks in their full context. This speech and all others can…

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Badger Pod Nerd Cast 6: Race fail, tentacles, and the feminist invasion.

The Badgers discuss, race fail, feminist standpoint theory, and Karen reads us a story.

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They’re right, I DON’T understand feminism

They’re right, I DON’T understand feminism

For anyone following the #womenagainstfeminism hashtag on Twitter, or the other online venues where this is trending, one will readily observe just how often the charge is made (or is it a defense?) that WAF and friends simply “don’t understand” feminism.

Actually, I think they’re right. After a lifetime of being told, going back to the 1960s, that my kind (the dreaded White Man) were responsible…

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"Like a girl" and female dependency

“Like a girl” and female dependency

The phrase “like a girl” is often added to a verb, such as “run like a girl” or “hit like a girl,” to denote a feminine, ineffectual act, usually due to physical weakness. Recently, a video has been making the rounds (already past 40 million views on YouTube) that challenges these phrases as insulting and sexist.

In the video, a director instructs performers (male and female) to carry out actions…

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