White Ribbon Australia fraud exposed

Originally posted on A Voice for Men: and is republished here in its entirety with permission from the author on November 23, 2014 By Paul Elam Imagine the image of a woman, cowering in the corner, shivering, blood running from her nose, as a man, possibly just a faceless silhouette of a man, looms over her with a…

Four levels of knowing

Originally posted on A Voice for Men on September 7, 2011 by Dr. F (Ian Williams) and is republished here in its entirety with permission from the author. Some years back when my graduating film had just wrapped up with it’s shooting I walked out of my house utterly dazed. It had been a grueling ten day shoot which…

The easy way versus the “right” way…

I’ve been pondering something of late.  In the wake of the positive and balanced coverage of Women Against Feminism (along with the usual negativity anyone critical of Feminism receives), I’ve been feeling a little vindicated, both personally and politically.  For some time now, I’ve been viewing the “heavy hitters” of the MHRA world, and noticing…

The most offensive posters ever

This is going to be a very short update. The  Stop Violence Against Everyone posters are as inoffensive as it is possible to be. They literally say that violence against everyone should be stopped, not just violence against women but including violence against women. By tearing down these posters these people are opposing the statement that reducing…

Personal Responsibility

Spider-Man was wrong. Well, his uncle was, anyway. The maxim “With great power comes great responsibility” isn’t exactly correct. Rather, the reverse is accurate: With personal responsibility comes greatness and personal power. Now, while you ponder that thought for a moment, let me add one more note so you know where I’m coming from. Normally…

Why Do Women “Get It” Quicker Than Men?

Author: Catreece MacLeod I had an interesting conversation a few days ago with John Narayan of Melbourne Australia, and he had a question that I think warrants further discussion: He asked “Why do the women in the movement seem to just get it so much easier than the men?” I had a few answers for…

Why Is Discrimination Bad?

Author: Catreece MacLeod Why Is Discrimination Bad? Well, that’s obvious! It just… is. Right? The question’s a bit odd, though, because most people know these things are wrong these days, yet so few people actually understand why. The average individual just assumes they know why, but rarely do they sit down to reason out what…

I Can’t Get Laid

Originally posted on A Voice for Me:
Feminist: “You’re an MRA, because you can’t get laid.” Out of all the shaming tactics that have been employed against me and my efforts to spread ideas relating to men’s rights and criticisms of feminism, the “can’t get laid” accusation strikes me as the most hurtful, insidious, and…

Making The ABC Accountable

As we recently covered both here & here, ABC News Australia, to their shame, published an article last month that was little more than a mindless parroting of false feminist factoids on Domestic Violence, based on nothing but some outrageous claims from Domestic Violence NSW Director, Tracy Howe. Here at Men’s Rights Sydney we feel…

The right to be left alone

By Geoffrey James People on the Internet spend a lot of time talking about rights. Reading some of the more active social media sites can set your head swimming with discussions about women’s rights, gay rights, digital rights, privacy rights and whole other host of uses and abuses of the term “rights”. Me, I’ll settle…