Category Archives: Male “Power” and “Privilege”

America’s 10 Deadliest Jobs: Male Dominated

Over the last 20 years, of the tens of thousands of reports, editorials, and commentaries on the gender wage gap, maybe five mentioned the gender work death rate. Continue reading

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Video: National Post’s Barbara Kay on Society’s Contempt for Men

Male Matters often deals with rigidly ideological feminists who will not concede for a second that males, too, face contempt and hatred. Barbara Kay gives examples that will stun you. Continue reading

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The Surprising Truth About Women and Violence

“Traditional stereotypes have led to double standards that often cause women’s violence—especially against men—to be trivialized.” Continue reading

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Women Need To Be Educated About Sexual Consent — Right Now They Aren’t

“Given my previous column about men’s reproductive rights and the fact that they effectively do not have any, and can be forced into parenthood, it seems particularly compelling that we teach men to understand unwanted sexual behaviors from women as rape and assault because a rape that ends in a pregnancy can mean a lifetime of consequences for the man who was raped.” Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Reproductive Rights And Why Men Should Have Them Too

“Culturally, we seem to think that men are utilities and that children belong to their mothers and are entitled by birth to male resources.” Continue reading

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From Toxic Misogyny to Toxic Feminism

“A common theme of #YesAllWomen is that our culture promotes the notion that women owe men sex and encourages male violence in response to female rejection. (It does? One could much more plausibly argue that our culture promotes the notion that men must “earn” sex from women and treats the rejected male as a pathetic figure of fun.) ” Continue reading

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Rape Culture is a ‘Panic Where Paranoia, Censorship, and False Accusations Flourish’

“Warner received surprising news. The local police had determined not only that Warner was innocent, but that the alleged victim had deliberately falsified her charges. She was charged with lying to police for filing a false report, and fled the state. Cases like Warner’s are proliferating. The list of falsely accused young men subject to kangaroo court justice is growing apace.” Continue reading

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Kangaroo Courts on Campus?

“There is a price to pay for allowing unsubstantiated accusations to prevail, and that price extends beyond particular young men whose lives can be ruined by false charges. The whole atmosphere of learning is compromised when male faculty have to protect themselves from accusations by female students.” Continue reading

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The silent epidemic of male suicide

“A lack of public awareness and too few explanatory frameworks and preventive efforts specifically targeting male suicide have made a major public health problem largely invisible.” Continue reading

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“War on Women”

“Insurance companies still charge men more for car and life insurance. A survey of car insurance companies found that the cheapest policy for a woman cost 39 percent less than for a man. A 60-year-old woman pays 20 percent less than a man for a 10-year life insurance policy. Seventy-year-old women pay half as much as men. I don’t hear activists complaining about men paying too much. The ‘victim’ propaganda works only when women pay more.” Continue reading

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