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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes is widely promoted but won’t achieve much

You could argue, reflecting on President Obama’s approach, that the promoters of Walk a Mile protect women’s image in the way that conservative patriots protect America’s image as morally superior to other nations. Continue reading

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Jay Z and Ray Rice Cases Show Our Savage Hypocrisy on Domestic Violence

“Domestic violence against women by men is regarded as heinous; domestic violence by women against men is regarded as comedic.” Continue reading

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5 Feminist Myths That Will Not Die

“The idea that American men are annually enslaving more than 100,000 girls, sending millions of women to emergency rooms, sustaining a rape culture and cheating women out of their rightful salary creates rancor in true believers and disdain in those who would otherwise be sympathetic allies.” Continue reading

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A Classic Text on Gender–And It’s All Wrong (Or: Michael Kimmel is a fraud)

Michael Kimmel is a classic example of a feminist who lies to demonize men. If he is capable of being embarrassed, this commentary should make him turn purple. Continue reading

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War on domestic violence is one-sided

Violence researcher Suzanne Steinmetz, asked if men were abused by their spouses as often or as much as women, replied, “When you’re looking at hitting, slapping, pushing, shoving, they’re fairly equal.” Continue reading

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Should “men are stronger” bar women from combat roles?

The strongest men are stronger than the strongest women, and the weakest women are weaker than the weakest men, but in between are legions of men and women who are strength equals. Continue reading

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The awkward truth about spousal abuse

In Male Matters’ view, the “domestic violence movement” has merely been a component of what gender-issues expert Warren Farrell has dubbed the new sexism — a pandemic sexism against males. Continue reading

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