Monthly Archives: March 2012
In this post on the Good Men Project, Kim Quinn wonders why people act as if good fathers are a rare commodity. She makes the case that good fathers are, in fact, not rare, and the reason why people assume … Continue reading
I came across an interview of Erin Pizzey for the Guardian by Dina Rabinovitch. The interview talks briefly about how Erin Pizzey was once a celebrity within the feminist movement and was the founder of the original shelter for battered … Continue reading
Amy Benfer, in this excellent interview, talks about Warren Farrel’s then recent book, Father-Child Reunion. The interview touches on some what Amy believes to be some of Farrel’s views on feminism. Farrel is described as one of the most successful … Continue reading
In this 4 part series, some interviews, and a commentary, discuss the often repeated statistics that one in four women are subject to domestic violence in their lives. Of note is Erin Pizzey who talks about how her life became … Continue reading
There is a fairly common tendency in Western society (and as a consequence, increasingly in other societies as well) to normalize violence against men. The physical humiliation of a man through acts as violent as punching or kicking the groin, … Continue reading
Wendy McElroy argues in this excellent piece that equality of access is what all anti-discrimination programs should be about, and not about equality of outcomes. She argues that if the barriers to running for public office are the same for … Continue reading
Bill Maher on Politically Incorrect. Also on the panel are Michael Moore and Christina Hoff Sommers.