KSU Men and the Male Students in Peril conference under attack


Surprise surprise – just like what happened with the First International Conference on Men’s Issues, the upcoming conference at KSU – organized by KSU Men (KSUM) – is now under increasing attack. In the video above you will see an interview about this between Sage Gerard, the president of KSUM, and Paul Elam of A Voice for Men. Some of ...

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Not Happy with the Law? Make Up Your Own, Sulkowicz-style!


New AVFMS contributor Gary Costanza has a few words to say about the rape hysteria currently occurring at Columbia University, where student Emma Sulkowicz has turned down a criminal prosecution of her alleged assailant to instead attempt to convict him in the court of public opinion.

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Affirmation and criticism of Marty Nemko’s article on boys’ education in Psychology Today


In these polarizing times, it is to our credit that we can occasionally find those with whom we both agree and disagree. With that I give you Dr. Marty Nemko’s recent article in Psychology Today titled “The Problem With Boys,” and my commentary on it. It begins: The unsourced data Nemko cites is just a wee bit off, methinks (see here for ...

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The shit cake called Men’s Studies, why it’s failing, and why that’s a good thing


Men's Studies was overrun by Feminists since its inception in the 1970s. Today, it makes zero room for the idea of the human rights of men and boys. Now it is failing. While it has occasionally attempted to rebrand itself with new icing, the best recipe would perhaps be to just start from scratch.

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Breaking bad, and why the time has come


A new school year has just begun, and with it a new year begins at A Voice for Male Students. The theme of the first year at AVFMS was laying the foundations - compiling data and presenting research. What will the theme of year two be? I have an idea.

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Official Misogyny Reporting Form


In response to numerous complaints that this site has been host to misogynistic statements and attitudes, I have taken a remedial step to institute this Official Misogyny Reporting Form. If you or someone you know is experiencing misogyny from this site or one of its affiliates, please direct them to this page so they can make an official complaint.

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Updated: Database of Lawsuits Against Colleges and Universities Alleging Due Process and Other Violations in Adjudicating Sexual Assault


Note: the previous list of lawsuits was converted into a user-sortable and queryable database on 9/7/14. Dates of each case filing, as well as links to case summaries, were also added. On April 4, 2011 the Department of Education issued its disastrous “Dear Colleague” letter to colleges and universities across the United States, requiring administrators who had neither the investigative nor prosecutorial prowess of the criminal justice ...

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Columbia U: rape accuser Emma Sulkowicz performs mattress piece theater to demand bureaucratic lynching


The campus kangaroo court at Columbia University didn't convict visual arts major Emma Sulkowicz's "rapist" (which says quite a bit about the credibility of her accusation), and she doesn't want to pursue her case through the criminal justice system because it would take too long. So now, as her senior thesis, she is carrying her mattress throughout campus to protest how much the world supports rapists. Or to just be a drama queen. Or whatever.

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Is Slippery Rock University’s psychology department a horrible place to be a male teacher? This lawsuit says yes.


Although this site is named A Voice for Male Students, far be it from me to refrain from covering issues affecting male teachers - especially those brave enough to take a stand against anti-male bias in academia. From Pennsylvania’s Trib Total Media we have this recent story: Let it be known that we have officially entered into the era of filing lawsuits en masse ...

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Why education “expert” Sara Mead thinks we shouldn’t give a damn about boys’ education


Whenever someone steps up to publicly declare that men and boys suffer and that their issues need redress, in short order a cavalcade of charlatans, sellouts, and sexists will waltz in to tell us that what they experience is not really an issue. You can almost set your watch to it. These are people who would never employ such equivocations, semantics, and ...

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