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Why This Is a Very Scary Time for Young Men

By Warren Farrell | November 6, 2018 | MindingTheCampus.org When a recent Canadian study of about 30,000 students between 7th and 12th grade found that more boys than girls were victims of physical dating violence, the reaction was one of disbelief. Accusations of male sexual harassment were exploding from … Continue reading

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Dr. Warren Farrell Explains The Boy Crisis

“And no one confronted the 53 percent of women under 30 who have children without being married as to their denial of the rights of the children to have both parents.” Continue reading

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Dispirited Men

A new movie calls attention to a gender double-standard. Continue reading

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A Young Feminist’s Compassionate View of Men

“In the initial attacks, there were a hundred men killed and one woman killed, and the victims were described as ‘people’ or ‘villagers.’ And in the previous attacks on the schools, they let the girls go…and then they burned the boys alive. There was really no outrage. It was barely reported on.” Continue reading

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Men, Power, Money, and Sex

“As political correctness set into the colleges’ psyches, college programs shifted to emphasizing only men understanding women. It would be wiser for programs to help both sexes better understand each other.” Continue reading

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Will Any Presidential Candidate Support a White House Council on Boys and Men?

“But no one gave men a purpose beyond raising money. Today, males have lost their purpose, because fewer are needed to die in wars and being the sole breadwinner no longer constitutes the definition of masculinity.” Continue reading

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Can men adjust to a changing world?

“What’s going on with boys? Even women are noticing. Hanna Rosin, in her book “The End of Men,” has noticed some disturbing trends.” Continue reading

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Are Men Society’s Scapegoats?

At the same time, we tell boys to “suck it up” instead of expressing pain, leaving them few emotions but anger. Then we chastise them when they actually get angry — or live in fear of their anger. And sometimes we use the one emotion we’ve allowed them to our advantage. Continue reading

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Make fatherhood a man’s choice!

“Women’s freedom to choose parenthood is a reproductive right men do not have but should. In consenting to sex, neither a man nor a woman gives consent to become a parent.” Continue reading

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Voices of Reason About the Gender Wars

“Male university students, after all, are constantly being informed that they’re potential rapists, that their sex is responsible for virtually all the ills of the world, and that while men are irresponsible and destructive self-seekers, women are communal-minded nurturers and virtuous victims.” Continue reading

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