An Introduction to the Men’s Rights Movement

The Men’s Rights Movement (MRM) also sometimes known as the Men’s Human Rights Movement (MHRM) is a pluralistic movement of men and women who have identified certain problems facing men and boys. It is comprised of many organisations and individuals that are loosely affiliated. Despite this, participants within the MRM maintain a largely consistent position…

Bourne kitchen’s burn

Originally posted on A Voice for Men: and is republished here in its entirety with permission from the author December 3, 2012  By  Dr. F (Ian Williams) I’m no rich bastard but I’m wealthy in other ways. In fact, those that know me on the other side of the monitor will tell you that I am one of those…

Crack Undercover Reporter Infiltrates Completely Open Public Meeting

Originally posted on Mens Rights Sydney  As we reported in a recent article, during last month’s hugely successful Melbourne meetup, we assembled some great and highly dedicated MHRAs and achieved a great deal. It was a privilege to have the opportunity to meet with them face to face and an enjoyable time was had by all. What we did not report…

Feminism and the MRM as marketplace competitors

[Editor’s note: This article originally posted on Reddit and is reproduced with permission of the author, redpillbanana] Imagine there’s a company called Feminist Corp (NYSE:FC). FC is large and powerful, has been around for more than 130 years, and has many employees and customers, including most people in the government and the media. For quite some…

Men Are Exceptional

Men and women vary in many ways. The debate has raged for a long time about whether this is more likely to be a result of nature or nurture. Some feminist groups tend to maintain that the differences are socialised and thus very much within the nurture camp. Recent research has shown that there are…

My Experience at the 2014 Melbourne Slut Walk

By:Samuel Enderby On Saturday, August 6, I performed my first investigation of a Melbourne Slut Walk and, in the process, learned a lot of very interesting things about the mindset of the people who attended by interviewing a handful, including an organiser, a political campaigner, and a few regular people. Unfortunately, things started quite poorly with my…