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Originally published by Network for Men for International Men’s Day, 2018. I am happy to share with you that there is hope. As high as that mountain may seem, I must tell you: I have a dream. And my friends, there is a tunnel at the end of the darkness, yet beyond that twisting tunnel Read more…

“It’s not easy being green”, claims Kermit the Frog.Damn bastard ain’t got a bloody clue.Shit-head knows nothing of troubles.Should have been through what I’ve gone through. For years, I have self-identified in a particular manner.Not that anyone cares, or believes me, for that matter.See; I am a rarity – undoubtedly, an odd peculiarity.Not at all Read more…

You might think that the 8 March is International Women’s Day. Not everyone would agree. While there are those who wondered why there should be an International Women’s Day without an International Men’s Day (there is: it’s on the 19th November, the day before World Children’s Day) few have considered it wrong to have a Read more…

Today I’ll be talking about a number of topics, but all will relate to the possible destruction of the Indian family. I’ll be comparing divorce in India and the UK, asking if feminists have any legitimacy to represent women, explaining the feminist assault on the family, asking who benefits from feminism, explaining why governments, corporations and international bodies such as the United Nations and the World Bank work to destroy families, family breakdown as a cause of male suicide, women’s false allegations of domestic violence, the impact of fatherlessness on society, culture and politics.

The Mandalorian is an American space western web television series created by Jon Favreau, directed by Dave Filoni, and released by Disney+ at the end of 2019. It is a spin-off from Star Wars, as you might have guessed from this trailer: The Mandalorian IMDB rating is 8.8/10 and 95% on rotten tomatoes. There are Read more…

Perhaps our care for an individual depends on our political ideology Of course we can, and probably should, care about both the victim and the victimised. But the victim is, well, the victim. The victimised may have issues of their own but they are not the one who suffered at the hands of the other. Read more…

Not sure what ‘Woozling’ is? Keep reading, or watching: it is a very important concept for advocates who may be opposed by less-than-honest ideological agitators. Everyone, that is, who is trying to have society care about parenting, about children, and about a healthy society. You might have heard of the word Woozle in relation to Read more…

Time to Talk Day 2020 is taking place on Thursday 6 February. Choose to talk about mental health and help change lives. It’s that simple: just make an effort to talk about it with someone. Your health, their health, someone else’s health: just talk. Not so easy? Need a little help in knowing how to Read more…

Tom Golden on “Things I wish my father had told me” How we use language matters. We need to be careful of our own, and observant of others’.

Seham Abd El-Salam is a confused Egyptian scholar who believes that “Feminism … is there to build new and fairer social politics for both genders”. Nevertheless, Seham has done some research on the area of male and female genital mutilations and comes to some unusual conclusions. This article is an extract of the report ‘The Read more…

German journalist Gunnar Schupelius has organised a ‘March for Life’ parade every year for some years now. As a journalist he occasionally writes about the need for nations to be at peace, and for dialog over violence at all times. So it is perhaps not too surprising that he has been targeted by feminists for Read more…

Some of the resistance to being willing to recognise parental alienation in a child, or in an adult, is because it can be abused. Certainly it can, just as legislation, particularly when called “gendered violence” is often misused. But misuse by some people should never blind us to the real problems being suffered by others. Read more…

Episode 111 of The Fiamengo Files Professor Janice Fiamengo sums up the reasons why, as we all know, you will never find a feminist on a sinking ship. Fiamengo outlines the double standards that drive the feminist mind-set, and capitalise on the primal gynocentric nature of the species in order to place feminist dogma outside Read more…

7 Years of Abuse and I Had No Idea I Was in an Abusive Relationship I knew I had a difficult marriage, but it wasn’t until 2006, when a neighbour witnessed me being attacked and suggested to me that I was the victim of domestic abuse, that the penny started to drop. That neighbour was the Read more…

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