We’re often asked to recommend sources of information to people concerned by the ever-worsening assaults on the human rights of men and boys, and people wishing to understand more about gender feminism, a hate-driven female supremacy movement which has wrought havoc for the past 30+ years across much of the developed world, including the UK. It’s done this mainly through manipulating state institutions, although British men collectively pay 72% of the income tax collected in the UK, and British women only 28%.
We’ve reached the point where it’s become impossible even for full-time men’s human rights advocates (such as ourselves) to keep well-informed of developments in the men’s human rights movement (‘MHRM’). We alone recommend over 200 blogs and websites http://j4mb.wordpress.com/recommended-blogs-and-other-websites/ and over 50 books http://j4mb.wordpress.com/recommended-books/.
Given that people lead busy lives, how might they best keep a finger on the pulse of the MHRM? Email me firstname.lastname@example.org if there’s a particular topic you’re keen to explore, but if you have time to follow only one website, J4MB recommends you follow an American website, ‘A Voice for Men’ http://avoiceformen.com – AVfM. We have no formal links with the site, but we’ve long been impressed by the quality of the materials they publish, and we’ve been vocal in our support. We revealed exclusively on their website that we’d launched a political party:
AVfM published another 10 of our pieces in 2013 (link to all of them below) and continues to publish them.
AVfM is by far the most popular, the most visited men’s human rights advocacy website on the internet, and with good reason. The site relentlessly and fearlessly tells the unvarnished truth about assaults on men’s and boys’ interests across the world, and ruthlessly exposes the lies told by gender feminists.
The prime tactic used by AVfM’s enemies to dissuade people from visiting the site is to claim that the people running the site, and those submitting materials, and commenters, are misogynists. Nothing could be further from the truth, but don’t take our word for it. Subscribe for a month – at no cost – and make up your own mind. We’ve been making that recommendation to people for almost a year, and not one person has said to us that they’ve found the site to be misogynistic. Almost all have found it an eye-opening experience and they continue to subscribe, read, watch, and listen to the truth.
As further evidence that the people running the site aren’t misogynistic, AVfM frequently publishes pieces and links to videos from anti-feminist women – ‘Honey Badgers’. These women mainly hail from the United States, Canada, and the UK, and include (in no particular order):
Karen Straughan (GirlWritesWhat)
Alison Tieman (Typhon Blue)
Janet Bloomfield (JudgyBitch)
Dr Tara Palmatier
Elly Tams (Quiet Riot Girl)
AVfM also has a radio offering – ‘AVfM Radio’ in the US, ‘The Voice of Europe’ this side of the pond. Four women run ‘Honey Badger Radio’ which is accessible through the AVfM site.