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Tag: Justice for Men and Boys

In the past two decades, there has been a growing demand for a Minister for Men. There have even been a few calls within the political elites. Just because there are more men then women serving as MPs does not mean that men’s issues get raised. Indeed, quite the opposite, as the continuing struggle to Read more…

Why does any country tolerate multiple, easily avoidable, deaths? Why does any country not deal harshly with parents who put their children in harm’s way? Why are parents allowed to deliberately harm their children? The deaths in South Africa are not just the occasional mishap. 20 one month, 30 the next, often more. Regrettably, it’s Read more…

Justice for Men & Boys report that the numbers of abused men is much higher than most people would think. Whether as a childhood or as adults, men are only slightly less likely to have experienced sexual abuse than women. Mike Buchanan, the UK political party’s leader writes: Our thanks to Rob, a generous Australian Read more…

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”.

On the 14th November, at The Brunswick Inn in Derby, UK, Elizabeth Hobson will be speaking at a Battle of Ideas satellite event called “Is ‘toxic masculinity’ dangerous in the academy?’.

It’s a subject many men don’t feel they have a say in. It’s a subject that many people openly say that men don’t belong in.
Yet it remains a strong manifesto item of the only political party in the English-speaking world to specifically stand up for men and boys.
Unless a man has a say, we can’t be surprised that he doesn’t want much to do with the whole risky family idea.

InternationalMensDay is coming (Tuesday November 19th), join J4MB andothers in London on the Sunday before (November 17th) to march in recognition of the contribution of men to our society and to raise awareness of men’s issues.

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