The ‘Men’s Liberation’ Movement Time Forgot
Nowadays, the Men’s Rights movement runs the gamut from incels to red pillers, but in the 1970s, men's libbers looked something like… feminists?
Nona Willis Aronowitz
Here’s Why We Need Safe Spaces for Men
As a coach on healthy masculinity, I’ve seen it effectively challenge patriarchy.
How Pick Up Artists Migrated from Malls to Dating Apps
Where have all the pickup artists gone? Have they stopped harassing women? Or are they underground plotting their next big disruption of a shopping mall near you?
Views My Own
Does the Fedora Make the Twitter Troll, or Does the Troll Make the Fedora?
I used to wear one, so I get it, Joe.
Why Are Indigenous Leaders Partnering with MRA Groups?
The issue of missing and murdered Indigenous men is now in the spotlight, but Cree researcher Robert Innes warns against giving a platform to organizations that blame feminism.
Why an Ottawa Theatre Pulled a Screening of a Men’s Rights Documentary
The Mayfair Theatre's co-owner says he cancelled 'The Red Pill' because of the event's hateful hosts—not because of the film's content.
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Roosh V Cancels His International Meetup Day For MRAs
It's a twist that everyone saw coming.
How Men's Rights Activists Make Money Off White Dudes Who Want to Feel Oppressed
Prominent MRA activists like Roosh V know that many young white men feel a voyeuristic pleasure in imagining the weight of oppression upon them—because that way they don't have to deal with the truth.
Charges Have Been Dropped Against the Woman Who Allegedly Tweeted #KillAllWhiteMen
"I never actually tweeted it—but I don't condemn it, either."
Inside the Group of Straight Men Who Are Swearing Off Women
They call themselves Men Going Their Own Way and they dislike feminism so much they are grabbing their balls and going home.
We Spoke to the Anonymous Activist who Helped Ban MRAs from Toronto Pride
Activists who call out MRA groups have faced online harassment and worse, but Emma R's campaign put pressure on Pride to make a decision about their inclusion in the queer festival.
It’s the 25th Anniversary of the Montreal Massacre, and Nothing Has Changed
On December 6, 1989, Marc Lépine walked into the École Polytechnique de Montréal and shot 14 women, whom he'd identified as feminists, to death before killing himself.
Mary Emily O'Hara