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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…

We hear a lot from women about how they wish their partner was more in touch with his feelings. We hear a lot from mental health specialists how men find it hard to connect with their emotions.

What has been assumed by many of the origins of this ‘problem’ has now been confirmed by a new study. And it flies in the face of those who try to perpetuate the mythical stereotype of the man who tells his sons to toughen up, with the mother cuddling him.

Canada is known as one of the most feminist countries of the world and it is there that the University of Guelph undertook its study. They found that it is mothers who push gender stereotypes more than fathers.

One of the human wrongs getting attention these days is forced marriage. Being forced to marry, and live with, someone can be a dreadful event.
But the issue isn’t quite what it might seem..

This International Men’s Day, appreciate the men in your life and thank them.

I’d like to continue with a thought experiment. I’d like you to imagine yourselves living in a patriarchy, and more specifically a patriarchy as envisaged by feminists, one in which men as a class oppress women and girls as a class, for the benefit of men and boys, as they have for millennia.

In this patriarchy, of course, women wouldn’t have the vote. Let’s further imagine that in 1967 an Act was passed, not the Abortion Act, but an Act that gave fathers of babies up to 24 weeks of age the right to have their babies killed by doctors at taxpayers’ expense, without fear of punishment. Mothers would have no right to stop the killing of their babies. In the 52 years since the Act was passed, over 10 million babies have been killed, and every year another 200,000 plus are killed. Fathers justify their right to have their babies killed with the slogan, “My baby, my choice”.

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