Seven Things Not to Say to an Alienated Father.

Author: BK As alienated fathers we’re all too familiar with the evil of mothers who think it’s their right to take our children from us and to choose who gets to father our children. We’re also intimately familiar with the evil of those who pass and enforce the laws that keep us from our families, those…

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 Branding Problem…

So, I’ve been thinking again…   Lately, the great Feminist comeback to criticism of Feminism has been going through a renaissance, courtesy of #Womenagainstfeminism.  It runs like this:  “X complaint isn’t really about Feminism,read a dictionary.”.  I really had to restrain myself to keep this as neutral sounding as I’ve seen it (all of twice),…

Men’s Rights Sydney Busts Some Myths

While perusing the Internet’s seedier gutters, as I am sometimes forced to do in fulfilling my duties here at Men’s Rights Sydney, I happened upon this noxious little nugget from what appears to be a feminist flavoured eMag called “Bust” (no, I’d never heard of it before either). Anyway, on this site was a trite little article titled “Men’s Rights…

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…

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…

Addressing Violence Against Women & Their Children

Recently Prime Minister Tony Abbott, in conjunction with the Minister for Social Services Kevin Andrews, and Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Women Michaelia Cash, published a press release addressing so-called “Violence against Women and ‘their’ Children”. Needless to say, and sadly, completely as expected, despite the fact that men are far more likely than women to be victims…

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…

Godwin’s Law

Editers note:This writer is not an Australian we acknowledge that a lot of the things she talks about did not happen here in the same way that said Feminism is a international movement so her points still stand.  Godwin’s Law Catreece MacLeod That’s right, we touch on it now and then a little bit, but no one…