Monthly Archives: November 2014

Should absent fathers be punished for not making child support payments?

About three weeks ago Ray Barry was interviewed on BBC Radio Hereford & Worcester about the government’s plans to punish men for not making child support payments, even while the state denies the men access to their children. As always, … Continue reading

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Deepika Bhardwaj: ‘Why I chose to fight for men’

Deepika Bhardwaj is an Indian documentary filmmaker who is working on a film about the appalling legal position of married men in India, which is leading many of them to suicide. Her article has just been published on AVfM along … Continue reading

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Mike Buchanan interviewed on BBC Radio Scotland about gender-balanced cabinets, boards…

One of the first actions of Nicola Sturgeon, after her recent appointment as the new First Minister of Scotland, was to announce her first cabinet would consist of five men and five women. Apparently, on the basis of merit, exactly … Continue reading

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Ian McNicholl, a survivor of extreme domestic violence, on ‘Loose Women’

Last night I publicly challenged Julie Bindel over claims she’d made during a debate (with Zara Faris) concerning the gendered nature of domestic violence. More on that in due course, but it’s timely that a supporter has just uploaded video … Continue reading

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Caprizchka: ‘A brief history of feminism, and why it’s always been wrong’

It’s simply impossible to keep up with the ever-growing tide of strong material being published, but this piece published last week by Caprizchka, an American cigar-smoking anti-feminist of the female persuasion, is a bit special, we think.

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William Collins: ‘Paternity Fraud – Part 2’

Another excellent piece.

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Belinda Brown: Women as combat soldiers? We don’t need an equal opportunity to kill.

An interesting new piece by Belinda Brown for The Conservative Woman.

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Karen Straughan: “Ban Bossy?” Or would “Ban Feminist” be more appropriate?

Excellent.

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Ian McNicholl on ‘Loose Women’

Ian McNicholl is a survivor of extreme domestic violence, and a most remarkable man. I had the honour of meeting him after his deeply moving presentation at a Mankind Initiative conference on male victims of DV. I’ve just learned he’s … Continue reading

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Why depressed men are dying for someone to talk to

Suicide is the leading cause of death of men under 50 in the UK, so this should prove interesting for all who care about men’s welfare.

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