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  • Male Contraception
    Douglas
    Male contraception is a bit like fusion power: it’s just a few years away and has been for over half a century. Is male contraception truly now just a few years away? William Collins reviews the state-of-play, starting with the brief excitement last October.


    There was much ado last October (2016) with the publication of the ‘latest’ study (Efficacy and Safetyof an Injectable Combination Hormonal Contraceptive for Men, Hermann Behre et al in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology...
    1st-January-2017, 03:12 AM
  • There is equal pay for equal work
    Douglas


    What exactly do people want when they say things like “there is no equal pay.” Do they really want the communist approach to everyone earning the same regardless of the effort they put in, the education they have, the hours they work as well as the type of job they chose to do (if any).

    Every western nation has had equal pay laws throughout most people’s entire working lives. That doesn’t mean there are not instances where those laws are used, of course: that...
    Work equality
    10th-December-2016, 06:43 PM
  • Can a woman do any harm a man can do?
    Douglas
    We understand how hard it can be to throw off indoctrination that everyone has been subjected to since we are children, and messages taught throughout school and repeated (often very subtly) in our media.

    When it comes to violence, it is so hard for most people to accept what our country’s statistics say on the subject. Look up the data for your own country or state and you will see that the majority of violence is against men. Now look up for your country’s/state’s initiatives to stop violence against men – do you see? You can do the same for the entire world by research at the United Nations.
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    11th-November-2016, 12:07 AM
  • Britain and universal suffrage (everyone voting)
    Douglas
    A common misrepresentation of feminism is that it gained women the vote. Anti-feminists often meet statements like "so you don't want women to be able to vote." Like silly claims that to be against feminism means wanting to chain women to kitchen sinks, this is just part of feminist propaganda to get people to support the increasingly irrelevant and more obviously harmful business and ideology that is feminism. In discussing history, most people will tell you that women got the...
    9th-November-2016, 11:12 PM
  • The anti-democratic effect of criminalising men
    Douglas
    There are places in the world that remove suffrage from those they class as criminals, sometimes as a matter of course. In some countries, such as the UK, the right to vote is removed depending on the length of sentence and the type of crime. In others, such as the USA, the right to vote is often stripped from any felon, depending on the State. With the documented discrimination against men in the judicial systems causing men to be disproportionately convicted (the justice gender gap) it is clear...
    4th-November-2016, 12:35 AM
  • MRAs spend more time fighting feminazis than dealing with men's rights?
    Douglas
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    21st-October-2016, 12:29 PM
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