Taking the Red Pill - The Truth about Gender Politics: Links

Blog pieces

BBC Double Standards
Con not Consultation
Pakistani Boys
Reply to Robert Webb
Afghan Boys
Iran - Those Poor Oppressed Women
The Rise Of The Ironic Man-Hater
Do You Know Any Women, Mike?
Who Is It That's Oppressed?
Compulsory feminism from the EU
Who can be more feminist?
Who are the sick fucks?
Karen Woodall responds to Yvette Cooper
Are UK universities only for women now?
Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict
Elliot Rodger, the Alta Vista killings and the MHRM
Richard Scudamore and free speech
Killing Boys is Not News
Quiet Riot Girl responds to Kirsty Wark
Porn - Where's The Harm?
More Sins of the Guardian
The Day After Men (fiction)
The Propaganda Inundation and Circumcision
Lord Rennard
Female Serial Killer, Joanna Dennehy
Flesh and Buns
Tweet Trolling and Real Discimination
STEM Calendars and Men's Hour
Forget Rebranding Feminism
Blurred Lines
Let's hear it for Sharking
Le Week-End (film review)
Hack the Home
Sex Fiend or Victim?
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Here are a few links to Men's Right's sites which I recommend.

A Voice for Men: The most important site of all: the parent US site of AVFM

UK Sites...

  • The Rights of Man: Arguably the UK's leading men's rights site
  • Anti-Misandry: Also one of the leading UK men's rights sites.
  • UK Men and Father's Rights Home Page: I suspect this site is no longer maintained, but it has some interesting material anyway
  • PARITY: A UK organisation with a long history campaigning for equal rights for men and women.
  • HEqual: A UK site aimed at promoting action against incidents of anti-male sexism or discrimination.
  • Angry Harry: By common constent, the father of the men's right's movement on the web, Harry is still angry.
  • The Mankind Initiative: The UK's leading organisation for helping male victims of domestic abuse.
  • Karen Woodall's site: Karen is a UK family counsellor and reformed former feminist. She's not an MRA but you couldn't put a Rizla between what she writes and MRM views.
  • Justice for Men and Boys: the UK political party advocating for male rights, run by Mike Buchanan
  • Helping Men: the site of Glen Poole, a widely respected UK men's rights activist
  • Helping Men: another of Glen Poole's sites
  • Quiet Riot Girl "I used to be a feminist, but Iím feeling better now". Nice one.
  • Gynocentrism: If you thought gynocenrism started in the 1970s with 2nd wave feminism this site will put you Wright
  • International Men's Day (19th November annually)
Other sites, mostly US and Canada... There are many great videos on YouTube exposing the hypocrisy that is feminism and promoting men's right's issues. Some recommended ones are on the following channels,
  • Man-Woman Myth: This is virtually an on-line degree course in MRM studies. Go for it.
  • Karen Straughan: aka Girl Writes What?, Karen's videos are little masterpieces of clarity, with the ideal balance of academic rigour and accessibility. She also has the advantage of misogyny-accusation-proof armour, namely being a woman. I can't recommend these videos highly enough. "The disposable male" is already a classic, and so should be "Endemic Gendered Violence?".