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A Critique of the Men’s Rights Movement

The issue of Men’s Rights has recently come a long way since it first branched off from the men’s liberation movement in the early 1970’s.  Formed in response to second-wave feminism, the MRM often opposes what they feel to be societal changes sought by feminists.  Today, the Men’s Right’s Movement continues to gain traction among in […]

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“Pussy Riot” and the crocodile tears of liberal fundamentalists

Yesterday, a Russian judge sentenced the members of Pussy Riot, a Russian feminist punk rock group to two years behind bars for hooliganism and inciting religious hatred. The verdict was pleasing to many Russians who felt that the group had committed a highly offensive act by breaking into Moscow’s Christ the Savior Cathedral in February, […]

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In the defense of Chivalry

A number of men’s right’s activists have made it a point to decry “chivalry” in modern society.  Among their grievances are the social obligation to hold doors open for women, or to carry out certain tasks which are considered tasteful among polite society.  Such men’s rights activists reason that, since women in modern times believe themselves […]

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Thoughts on Rush Limbaugh’s recent comments: Who cares?

At the time that I write this, two of the top three stories in the “politics” section of the popular social networking site Reddit (which by the way, has banned submissions from this site) are about Rush Limbaugh.  By now, many Americans have heard of the statements made by Rush Limbaugh.  For those that haven’t […]

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Signs of the Times: British “Gender Neutral” Baby’s Sex Revealed

Recently, the news of a two British lesbians who decided to raise a child in a “gender neutral” environment reached newspapers both here and in England because the couple decided that to finally reveal that the child was a boy. Only, the child wasn’t being raised to be “gender neutral”.  Despite the claims that they […]

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History as Myth and the Cult of Victimhood

Napoleon Bonaparte was reported to have once said, “History is a set of lies agreed upon”. In essence, he was correct. History is generated by consensus of individuals. The generally accepted narratives of what happened at any point in the past, and their relative importance to one another are not universal and vary from place […]

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Men and Women, Then and Now

From a biological perspective, there are innate characteristics that differentiate men and women.  Such characteristics are in themselves realities of physical form, and assign to each of them a different role or function in life. This means that men cannot replace women in carrying out these functions, nor can women replace men in other functions. […]

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False abuse allegations in divorce: a growing epidemic

Dan Abshear, who writes for Henry Makow’s excellent blog, recently wrote an article in which he explains the tragic situation in which he was accused of molesting his daughter.  As a loving father, this could have not been a more shocking accusation to him.  However his concern for his daughter resulted in accusations from the radical […]

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