Survival of our species naturally depended on the well being and survival of children, the human father plays a huge role in the success of our species, you only need a brief look at the difference between humans and our closest relatives the great apes to see this. Women have used the human father's willingness to help, as a route to their own well being and privilege, claiming that what is best for them is also best for children, it plays out in many ways.

Areas of concern for men and boys well being include family courts (perhaps they are more accurately called anti family courts), education, homelessness, suicide, the criminal justice system, rules of dating, false accusations, lack of reproductive rights, lack of positive role models in the media and entertainment, lack of male teachers, wrongful exclusion of fathers from their children, perverse incentives in the benefit system, no after schools clubs for boys such as Boy Scouts when there is for girls with the Girl Guides and many other matters large and small.  

We can see that much has changed in the last fifty years, we even need to beware the very use of very word "victim", it is undergoing a change of meaning in law in certain cases, it is as if the law is designed to confuse and mislead. Basic rights that were once taken for granted in our society have been thrown away in order to appease feminists and female voters. Free speech, innocent until proven guilty, the right of a legal defense team to see all the evidence, allowing evidence that would clear some one to be given in court, even jury trials are under threat now in rape cases. This is because influential feminists want more prosecutions and convictions, they even persuade us to set targets but surely having targets in the justice system leads to injustice and the circumstances of the each case must be paramount. New rape laws now make normal sexual relationships rape, if a women says so at any time in the future. Men in relationships who call in to report being attacked by their female partners receive little help, they face suspicion and bias but women are automatically believed, guidelines and training (or indoctrination) are given to this end. #MeToo and the "Believe the Woman" domestic violence campaigns are just the tip of a huge, harmful and divisive feminist narrative or plan.

There is a complete lack of balance in many new laws, we need to ask WHY? It seems many issues have been taken over by a small group of determined and influential people with no concern or even an antipathy towards men and boys. Government funded feminist organisations have made themselves the 'go to experts', they are divisive, one sided and extremely selective in their use of data. Cautionary voices are ignored and politicians seem to fear losing the larger female vote and to be either naive, manipulated, bought or blackmailed. When you look back at the vast ocean of legislation it is all pushing in one direction, this advance of female privilege shows no sign of stopping and equality or fairness has no place in their plans. We desperately need a counterbalancing voice or movement to challenge this harmful and divisive narrative, and for the wider population to wake up and speak up. 

These matters are serious and there is no end in sight to the demands being made, were this to carry on indefinitely it would be it a truly scary future for men and boys. However, it may be possible to change the projected course, despite fanatical partisans being well entrenched in positions of power and even if most people have come to hold similar views following years feminist propagander, biased reporting for feminists in the media. Most of us want a society that is to fair to all and people need to be able to see what is actually going on and hear the truth. We need moderate people to step up to positions of power and influence but in order to make society take any notice we need challenge the way things become but you can not negotiate from a position of weakness. An example of a challange could be be the Boys Scout movement, if a legal case could be made for a boy to join the Girl Guides because he preferred their activities and was only excluded by virtue of his sex, (it is a case that should be won) it might bring people to the table, the result might be that boys are allowed their own movement again. This applies to many areas where men and boys are trampled underfoot. 

I will not repeat all that has been said over the decades on the subjects below (it would be another book and The Empathy Gap pretty much says it all) but i will simply put an opening paragraph or two and then refer to recommended books, video, links and to the "More Online" page. My concern is that things are getting worse rather than better so I prefer to concentrate on remedies. Please speak out and discuss with friends, family and those with power and influence, in person, on social media or what ever outlets you have at your disposal, it will be a long road back to sanity and a fair society but at least the journey has begun. 

If you still do not believe man and boys have any serious issues please read the "Myth of Male Power"by Warren Farrell and "The Empathy Gap" by William Collins, these problems have been around a long time and are getting worse. Thank you.

Also the link provides an "Introduction to the Disadvantages faced by Men and Boys" -

The Empathy Gap

There is a lack of empathy shown to men, this is true historically, currently and presumably in the future unless we constantly try to be fair to all and remain aware of our natural and unfair evolutionary bias.

This excerpt below is taken straight from please check out this site, it has a wealth of well researched, indexed information.

Men and Boys’ Issues in Brief  

A very brief bullet point list of men and boys’ issues follows. For a slight amplification of what these issues entail – but still in brief – read the Introduction to the Disadvantages faced by Men and Boys.  

Educational disadvantage of boys, from aged 5 to university.  
Lack of recognition of, or assistance for, male victims of partner abuse.  
Men’s shorter life expectancy.  
Substantially less research funding on men-only diseases compared with women-only diseases.  
Averaged over the last five years, the male suicide rate in England was 3.3 times that of females (in Wales, 4.3 times), suicide being the commonest cause of death in males under 45.  
Men have virtually no paternity rights.  
Paternity fraud is rife, is extremely damaging to men and children, but society regards it as just fine.  
Fathers are greatly disadvantaged in child contact arrangements after partner separation.  
False allegations are commonly used as a tactic against men in the family courts.  
At any point in time, one in four fathers do not live with their children (under 16), most often against their wishes.  
Only about 50% of fathers will live with their dependent children continuously to their 16th birthday.  
The bar is being ever lowered on what is regarded as sexual assault by males on females, whilst the penalties are becoming more severe. The result is that women have the power to destroy a man for minor offences or issues of perception.  
In contrast, sexual assault of males (of all ages) by females remains largely unrecognised by society and the criminal justice system alike.  
Grossly inequitable treatment of men and women in the criminal justice system. Three out of every four men in prison would not be there if they were treated like women.  
Whilst we hear a great deal about the “pay gap”, the power must surely reside with who spends the money. Women certainly spend at least as much money as men, whoever earns it.  
For full time workers under 40 years old the gender pay-rate gap is negligible.  
For part time workers the gender pay-rate gap is in favour of women (about 5%).  
Men work 609 million hours per week at paid work compared to women’s 394 million hours. Men also work for more continuous years over life. Hence, men work more and are home less – this is contribution, not privilege.  
We hear a great deal about men not pulling their weight as regards domestic and childcare chores, but studies show that totalling all work, men and women work about the same number of hours.  
Men are 96% of workplace fatalities, and are far more likely to suffer injuries at work or to get work related diseases than women.  
Women seek “equality” with men only in desirable occupations (consultants, professors, Board members, MPs, etc) not in the jobs that 99% of men do – the nasty, dirty, dangerous jobs that lead to the above fatalities.  
Men (or boys) are more likely to be the victims of violence than women (or girls) – despite the constant exhortations that we should “end violence against women”.  
Around 90% of homeless rough sleepers are men.  
99% of war deaths and casualties are men.  
Female genital mutilation is illegal and universally reviled. Male genital mutilation is regarded as perfectly acceptable and without disbenefit to the man (it isn’t). Half a million African boys killed or maimed in the last eight years by botched circumcisions goes unnoticed.  
Female suffering is newsworthy, male suffering is not (e.g., Boko Haram – how many people know that their main activity is killing boys?).  
There is a lack of action on under-representation of men in certain professions, contrasting with the huge focus on assisting women into areas where they are under-represented (e.g., STEM, though women now dominate in STEMM).  
Male-only organisations have systematically been obliged to accept females, whilst the reverse is not true.  
History is being systematically misrepresented as gendered oppression, rather than the oppression of the many, of both sexes, by the few, of both sexes. Both sexes had to fight for the vote; both sexes had to fight to be educated.

For a much fuller account please visit

The wonderful book "The Empathy Gap" by William Collins provides all the evidence you could possibly need with detailed statistics, references, clarity and insight. A great book to refer back to when you need the fact, very highly recommended, every politician and journalist should have a copy.

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There is a great article in the link below about how humans benefit compared with other apes due to having involved fathers.

Here is an excerpt:

"Fathers are so critical to the survival of our children and our species that evolution has not left their suitability for the role to chance. Like mothers, fathers have been shaped by evolution to be biologically, psychologically and behaviourally primed to parent. We can no longer say that mothering is instinctive yet fathering is learned. 

The hormonal and brain changes seen in new mothers are mirrored in fathers. Irreversible reductions in testosterone and changes in oxytocin levels prepare a man to be a sensitive and responsive father, attuned to his child’s needs and primed to bond – and critically, less motivated by the search for a new mate. As a man’s testosterone drops, the reward of chemical dopamine increases; this means that he receives the most wonderful neurochemical reward of all whenever he interacts with his child. His brain structure alters in those regions critical to parenting. Within the ancient, limbic core of the brain, regions linked to affection, nurturing and threat-detection see increases in grey and white matter. Likewise enhanced by connectivity and the sheer number of neurons are the higher cognitive zones of the neocortex that promote empathy, problem solving and planning. 

But crucially, dad has not evolved to be the mirror to mum, a male mother, so to speak. Evolution hates redundancy and will not select for roles that duplicate each other if one type of individual can fulfill the role alone. Rather, dad’s role has evolved to complement mum’s. 

This is no more clear than in the neural structure of the brain itself. In her 2012 fMRI study, the Israeli psychologist Shir Atzil explored the similarities and differences in brain activity between mothers and fathers when they viewed videos of their children. She found that both parents appeared similarly wired to understand their child’s emotional and practical needs. For both parents, peaks of activity were seen in the areas of the brain linked to empathy. But beyond this, the differences between the parents were stark. 

The mother’s peaks in activity were seen in the limbic area of her brain – the ancient core linked to affection and risk-detection. The father’s peaks were in the neocortex and particularly in areas linked to planning, problem solving and social cognition. This is not to say that there was no activity in the limbic area for dad and the neocortex for mum, but the brain areas where the most activity was recorded were distinctly different, mirroring the different developmental roles that each parent has evolved to adopt. Where a child was brought up by two fathers, rather than a father and a mother, the plasticity of the human brain had ensured that, in the primary caretaking dad, both areas – mum’s and dad’s – showed high levels of activity so that his child still benefited from a fully rounded developmental environment. 

Fathers and their children have evolved to carry out a developmentally crucial behaviour with each other: rough-and-tumble play. This is a form of play that we all recognise. It is highly physical with lots of throwing up in the air, jumping about and tickling, accompanied by loud shouts and laughter. It is crucial to the father-child bond and the child’s development for two reasons: first, the exuberant and extreme nature of this behaviour allows dads to build a bond with their children quickly; it is a time-efficient way to get the hits of neurochemicals required for a robust bond, crucial in our time-deprived Western lives where it is still the case that fathers are generally not the primary carer for their children. Second, due to the reciprocal nature of the play and its inherent riskiness, it begins to teach the child about the give and take of relationships, and how to judge and handle risk appropriately; even from a very young age, fathers are teaching their children these crucial life lessons. 

And how do we know that dads and kids prefer rough-and-tumble play with each other rather than, say, having a good cuddle? Because hormonal analysis has shown that, when it comes to interacting with each other, fathers and children get their peaks in oxytocin, indicating increased reward, from playing together. The corresponding peak for mothers and babies is when they are being affectionate. So, again, evolution has primed both fathers and children to carry out this developmentally important behaviour together."

and another on the fatherless generation

Now some statistics:   

63% of youth suicides are from fatherless homes (US Dept. Of Health/Census) – 5 times the average.   

90% of all homeless and runaway children are from fatherless homes – 32 times the average.   

85% of all children who show behaviour disorders come from fatherless homes – 20 times the average.  (Centre for Disease Control)   

80% of rapists with anger problems come from fatherless homes –14 times the average.  (Justice & Behaviour, Vol 14, p. 403-26)   

71% of all high school dropouts come from fatherless homes – 9 times the average.  (National Principals Association Report) 

93% of the US prison population is male but 90% of these are from fatherless households. 


You would think that in light of the statistics above that family courts would do everything in their power to enable children (especially boys) to live with their fathers on at least a 50% basis in a shared parenting arrangement as long as the father is willing and not proven to be a danger but the reality is very different in every aspect of law from the moment of conception to relationship breakdown and beyond. Is this what happens? No, children's interests are sacrificed to women's interest, 

Governments reward single parent households by paying mothers benefits directly to them from tax payers, predominantly men. Domestic violence claims are allowed to go unchecked to exclude fathers. Sperm banks are allowed and these exclude fathers. Fathers have to pay to support children they are not allowed to see, even if they have the right in law they do not have it in practice because mothers flout the law with impunity.

During evolution men have learned to protect and favour women as a means of protecting and favouring their own children, women and men benefited from the arrangement in passing on their genes. Women then stole the right to speak for the children to further their own interests, putting themselves above the children. Women as a group wanted the power to use as they see fit, they wanted men to be powerless. Women claimed the moral high ground and have been shaming men ever since, dividing men and setting them against one another.

Feminism seeks to deprive children and dads from each other by forcing society to force men to protect women and children via taxes without the rewards of knowing that a child is in fact theirs or of having any relationship, so depriving both child and dad.

BUT this his how men are treated, no right and no concern for men at all (true story) -

What can you do?

If you are a dad try to be there for your children, be a good example of a man to other children. 

If you are a mum encourage the relationship between your child and their dad, if that's not possible ask an uncle, grandfather to help.

Campaign on behalf of fathers regarding making family courts open and fair, for evidence based decisions regarding domestic abuse and due process, fight for parental alienation to be part of the Domestic Abuse Bill as proposed by Philip Davies MP, encourage friends and family members to put their children first and do not fan the flames of a couples quarrels. 

Check out the campaign section

Always write to your MP with your concerns.

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Family Court

Secret, unaccountable Family Court's are where so much harm is done to families, children, fathers and society at large, below is a video covering this by Bettina Arndt.

Family lawyer exposes the domestic violence racket corrupting our courts

What can you do?

Write to your MP asking for Family Courts to be open and not secret, names can be withheld but the public need to know what is going on and not just hear of disturbing individual cases with context.

Protest outside of Family Courts? Perhaps that's asking a bit much. 

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Marriage & Law

The legal changes of the last forty years have led to a whole new movement - 'MGTOW' - Men Going Their Own Way, but it does not have to be like this with the right laws. In the meantime for many men this seems like the best option.

The book 'Making Love Great Again' is well worth a look but I think without some legal changes it is a forlorn hope. It speaks well of relationships most of us would love to have.

Perhaps for now the best advise (assuming you live somewhere that does not recognize common law marriage) might be to make / choose your own vows and say them in front of family and friends with rings if you want but without involving the state. Perhaps this could be done in church perhaps as a blessing or marriage service without signing anything legal. Just between yourselves, family, friends and God.

Articles online.

Men and commitment -

Divorce and Domestic Violence -

Divorce and Suicide -

Joint Custody Law tried in Kentucky with great results-

Recommended book 

Making Love Great Again - DeAnna Lorraine

What can you do to help?

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Domestic Violence

Domestic Abuse, some statistics -

Convincing Video laying out that fact that Domestic Abuse perpetrators are 50% female and 50% male -

The video lays out the facts and history of domestic violence in a beautifully clear and robust way, it shows how some people hide the truth.


The very sad stories of men suffering abuse from their female partners by Deborah Powney   


One of the best surveys around on Intimate Partner Violence is the Prevalence and Consequences of Intimate Partner Violence in Canada as Measured by the National Victimization Survey 

Men have a far greater tendency not to report domestic violence, this has been shown time and again, there are many reasons. If you want to look at what is actually happening in people homes, you have to take a different approach and simply ask people about their lives but if you simply ask "have you been a victim of domestic abuse" you have a question that will vary hugely in peoples perception, men in particular, might say "no" when in fact they have been by a modern definition, women tend to better informed this may in part due to the magazines they read and the televisions programs they choose to watch. So what you need to do is be very specific, "have you been called names" etc. by being asked specific questions like this it is easy to answer because you know what the questioner means. For surveys the larger and more randomly selected participants are the better, this survey satisfies these requirements hugely with 33,000 randomly selected participants, truly a gold standard of surveys, please read the detailed survey, it also makes reference to surveys that appear to conflict and it explains the reasons.

Here is the opening Abstract

"National victimization surveys that conceptualize intimate partner violence (IPV) as crime can contribute to a better understanding of the most severe forms of victimization in the intimate partner relationship. Based on the 2014 Canadian General Social Survey on Victimization, this study examined the prevalence of victimization resulted from physical and/or sexual IPV, controlling behaviors and also consequences of IPV for both men and women in a sample representative of the Canadian population. Given the paucity of research on male victims of IPV at the national population level, this article specifically discussed the experiences of men who reported violence perpetrated by their female intimate partners. Results showed that 2.9% of men and 1.7% of women reported experiencing physical and/or sexual IPV in their current relationships in the last 5 years. In addition, 35% of male and 34% of female victims of IPV experienced high controlling behaviors—the most severe type of abuse known as intimate terrorism. Moreover, 22% of male victims and 19% of female victims of IPV were found to have experienced severe physical violence along with high controlling behaviors. Although female victims significantly more often than male victims reported the injuries and short-term emotional effects of IPV (e.g., fear, depression, anger), there was no significant difference in the experience of the most long-term effects of spousal trauma—posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)-related symptoms. This article argues that future research should explain the increased gap in reporting of the IPV victimization among men compared to women."


Artlicles online:

Philip Davies on the Domestic Violence bill in the House of Commons -

Divorce and Domestic Violence -

Domestic Violence Against Men is No Laughing Matter -

There are hundreds of women's shelters and almost none for men. That is a problem -

Australia, Divorce and Domestic Violence -

Australia, Divorce and Domestic Violence (more detailed) -

A Domestic Violence Councellor speaks out "fathers and kids are often the biggest losers" -

A video example of what has been going on for a long time and is still going on as feminist keep on and on piling pressure on MPs (I was going to harassing) for more and more. 

From - Home Office (British Crime Survey, 2007/8 + 2008/9)

Home Office Statistical Bulletin, “Homicides, Firearm Offences and Intimate Violence 2008/09: Supplementary Volume 2 to Crime in England and Wales 2008/09  (Third Edition)”, Table 3.07, from which… 

Category of abuse Heterosexual
Male Victims
Gay Victims Heterosexual
Women Victims
Lesbian Victims
All domestic abuse 4.1% 8.9% 5.9% 17.3%
Non-sexual partner abuse 3.3% 6.2% 4.3% 12.4%
Non-sexual family abuse 1.5% 3.3% 2.2% 8.5%
Sexual assault or attempts 0.3% 4.2% 2.6% 8.7%
Number of respondents 20,892 512 24,795 473

New Survey - If you are a male victim of Domestic Abuse please consider completing the survey,

not enough information is available concerning men who have been abused.

Please follow the link

Confidential Helplines for men

England & Wales - Mankind Initiative - - 01823 334244

Northern Ireland - Men's Advisory Project MAP - - BELFAST. (028) 9024 1929 FOYLE. (028) 7116 0001 E. INFO@MAPNI.CO.UK

Scotland - Abused Men In Scotland AMIS - - 0808 800 0024 (9-4, Mon-Fri)

What can you do to help?

Take men seriously if they tell you what they are going through, be supportive, ask them to consider contacting Mankind Initiative (UK) for advise before taking any rash action.

If you are in the UK, write to your MP regarding the Domestic Abuse Bill there is a template if you would like to use it at the Campaign page

Share your concerns with family and friends and on social media, write letters to news papers. Start a YouTube channel, it's really up to you.

Consider offering your services or funds to Mankind Initiative (UK).

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Parental Alienation

Parental alienation is not just something parents do to their children, although that is a huge concern, the family court system is the biggest offender and the harm they actively and passively do to children is immeasurable.

Moving video, the western world, not just Australia needs this. Hanson brought to tears speaking about family law inquiry

Video interview shedding light on family courts -

Parential Alienation talk -

New NGO to document family courts and parental alienation worldwide -

What can you do to help?

If you are in the UK, write to your MP regarding the Domestic Abuse Bill there is a template if you would like to use it at the Campaign page

Share your concerns with family and friends and on social media, write letters to news papers. Start a YouTube channel, it's really up to you.

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Reproductive Choice


A man's right to choose

Is it fair that women have reproductive rights while men have reproductive responsibilities? By Cathy Young 

An excerpt from the above article is below : Full article here :

"As usual, though, these discussions completely ignored one group of people who still have no legal voice in decisions about having -- or not having -- children. 

They're called men.

It is widely assumed by activists on both sides of the debate that legal abortion puts women on equal footing with men, giving them the same freedom to enjoy sex without consequences. Actually, when sex results in conception, the man and the woman find themselves on very unequal footing. 

If she does not want to be a mother, a woman can end the pregnancy, with or without her partner's knowledge. (It's hard to tell how RU-486 will affect a woman's ability to exclude the man from her decision; a drug-induced abortion at home may be more private and less invasive than surgery at a clinic, but it's not easy to hide from an intimate partner.)

 If she wants to carry her baby to term, a woman can force the father to pay child support -- so, as lawyer Melanie McCulley points out in a 1998 article in the Journal of Law and Policy, he "does not have the luxury, after the fact of conception, to decide that he is not ready for fatherhood." A woman also can have a baby and not tell the father, making a unilateral decision to give the child up for adoption or raise it on her own.

To some extent, this inequality stems from the obvious fact that a woman's body is the vessel for gestation and the vehicle for birth. Once upon a time, biology colluded with cultural and legal male privilege to ensure that women generally paid the price for illicit sex. Scientific progress and the advancement of women changed that. Even as reliable contraception and legal abortion allowed women to control their reproductive fates, their ability to hold absentee fathers financially liable for their children was enhanced by new methods of establishing paternity enforced by friendlier courts. 

"In the old days, a woman's biology was a woman's destiny," writes Warren Farrell, author and men's issues advocate, in the forthcoming book "Father and Child Reunion" (to be published in January). "Today, a woman's biology is a man's destiny."

The rhetoric of pro-choice advocates rarely mentions men at all, except to celebrate women's freedom from male control over their reproductive lives. Anti-abortion rhetoric occasionally refers to bereaved fathers of aborted fetuses but more often invokes evil males for whom legal abortion makes it easy to seduce and abandon women, and who may even coerce women into having abortions.

Many men, see a very different situation -- one in which women have rights and choices while men have responsibilities and are expected to support any choice a woman makes. "If she wants an abortion, he's supposed to shut down all of his emotional bonding to the child," says Fred Hayward, founder of the Sacramento, Calif., group Men's Rights Inc. "Then, if she changes her mind and decides to have the baby, he's supposed to turn it all back on and be a father." 


Do men ever feel like they’ve failed in their role to protect the child because the pregnancy was terminated? 


Yes, absolutely. I would say they do have that feeling that they failed to protect their child, and yet legally they don’t have that right.

Paternity DNA Tests you have a moral right to know -

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There is a detailed wide ranging analysis of circumcision in the book The Empathy Gap by William Collins and a very well researched and produced movie

Short Trailer for the Movie -

Also check out -

The cruelty of circumcision -

A very good wide ranging article covering many aspects related to circumcision -

The Central Union for Child Welfare, Finland, gave the following opinion in 2003

'Circumcision of boys that violates the personal integrity of the boys is not acceptable unless it is done for medical reasons to treat an illness. The basis for the measures of a society must be an unconditional respect for the bodily integrity of an under-aged person. Circumcision intervenes in the sexual integrity of a male child causing a permanent change in organs and has consequences pertaining to both health and quality of life. The circumcision of girls is rightly considered a inhuman mutilation of the genitals and is punished abuse. Also boys must be guaranteed a similar protection by law. According to the opinion of the Central Union for Child Welfare in Finland nobody has the right, on behalf of the child, to consent to the operation, violating the bodily integrity of the child, if it not done to treat an illness.'  Taken from The Empathy Gap.




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If you have not read “The War Against Boys” by Christina Hoff Summers I highly recommend it, it is astonishing how the education system in western society has been skewed towards girl's ways of learning and it is astonishing to me how some feminists (particularly in the USA) fight to keep it that way in view of the harm it does to boys involvement and learning. 

In the UK some steps are being made to take into account the different ways that boys learn but there is a long way to go and for some people simply recognizing that there are different ways that boys and girls learn is provocative, even though it was recognition of this that lead to many changes away from old ways of learning, in the first place in order to help girls learn at school.

Just take a look at the important information below, from the website of the Men and Boys Coalition which is well worth a look.

62,000 fewer boys/men go to university every year than girls/women 

By the age of 16, girls are over 20% more likely to achieve five GCSEs including English and Maths at Grade C or better 

In 2015, in England 52.5% of boys achieved 5 A*- C GCSEs including English and Maths in comparison to 61.8% of girls 

In England 26.2% of teachers are male, 15.2% of primary school teachers are male as are 37.6% of secondary school teachers. 

8.5% of teaching assistants and 18% of support staff are male. Overall, 19.9% of all school staff are male 

Boys are around three times more likely to receive a permanent or fixed period exclusion than girls 

Fewer men than women are becoming teachers, GP’s, dentists, vets and lawyers every year. Female GP trainees outnumber their male counterparts by more than 2:1 across the UK and women are now in the majority for all age groups under 50 in the general practice workforce 

In 2015/16, 28,000 fewer men/boys started apprenticeships than girls/women 

The Department for Education does not fund any initiatives that just focus on addressing boys’ underachievement

The section on education in The Emapthy Gap by William Collins is excellent and thorough, well worth reading


Teacher stereotyping means higher marks for girls, says OECD By William Stewart


Why boys do better in single sex schools. Whilst research shows that both girls and boys do better in single-sex schools, the advantage for the boys is more significant. -

Another viewpoint, Are women destroying academia, probably:

 "Enter Hungary. In an effort to restore curricular and administrative sanity to university education, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his Fidesz Party have passed legislation to abolish Gender Studies as an area of official study." -

Bias in university appointments (This one from Sweden):

New Swedish study: merits of recently appointed female professors massively overvalued

A video showing below how girls and young women are often recruited into feminism

Here is an organisation trying to highlight some of the problems and actually has some proposals and is putting a plan together, please support them if you can -

America's Title IX on campus, New Regulations protect the innocent -

Kangaroo Courts on University Campus -

A little good news but a long way to go -

Advice for parents with boys at college (US but also elsewhere) -


How can I help?

Tell you sons they can be Teachers, Doctors, Vets, Lawyers, Solicitors, Nurses, stay at home parent and all the female dominated jobs as well as the traditional male jobs of software, construction, engineering and the out door manual and skilled jobs.

Encourage them tell them they are great as they are, clever, they can do it, girls are not more clever, teachers just think they are.

When choosing a career, go for the jobs you want, find out where the money and influence is if that's what you want.

Try to learn from home and save the money and stay safe, if you go to University be especially careful in relations with girls. It should not be like this but it is.

Parents, ask what the schools policy is for educating boys when you are choosing a school, amount of play time, do they mark boys lower than their exam grades, how successful are they at educating boys compared with other schools in the area, do they use books that boys would be interested in reading, are their a good number of male teachers etc. Show them you care about your sons education and if you reject a school let them know it was because you felt they were not doing all they could for boys. Attend the open evenings and let your feeling be known and remember to praise a job well done.

The rest of us, as always write to MP about your concerns, write to the press and media outlets, talk to your family and friends about how the education system could be better for boys as it was before society focused on girls and neglected boys (or worse).

If you are a man consider becoming a teacher or lecturer.

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Career and job opportunities

To summarize and to generalize, men try harder and we penalize them for it, whether it's composers and conductors or a 9-5 job / career.

Articles online:

Microsoft debate on Diversity -

Scotland - 51% male is sexist, 100% female is not - Gender Representation On Public Boards (Scotland) Act 2018: statutory guidance -

A Covid example of how male business owners are treated, what can be the justification? -

Current Career Opportunities

Male  Psychology -

How can you help?

Write to employers asking them to hire and promote on merit. Avoid all targets by sex, gender or race. The only agreeable target is disability. If it is a company or organisation that naturally drawn to or that employs more men, tell them that is OK as there are plenty of professions that employ mainly women and this is increasing, we can not make men unemployable or give them all the worse jobs because of their sex.  

As always write to your MP, newspapers, other media, use social media, talk to friends and family.

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Military Conscription

Conscription or the Draft -  Compulsory Military Service and the loss of choice and freedom for those years.

My belief is that it should be voluntary for both sexes and with rewards if you do it. In times of war, if the cause is just people will come forward, if it not they may not.

Please read this great article below:

Sexual Offences

How many rape allegations are false?

40-50% of Campus Sexual Assault Allegations Are Unfounded, Revealing Need for Strong Protections of the Innocent.

Rape, sexual assault, false allegation and celebrities -

"Of the 45 celebrity cases listed above, 12 men were mostly likely guilty, 29 men were almost certainly innocent, and in 4 cases the matter is not clear. 

Of the 25 politicians I reviewed in Part 3 I judge 4 were guilty and 21 not guilty. 

"Combining politicians and celebrities this suggests 50 innocent men out of 70 accused, a false allegation rate of a staggering 71%."

How many rape allegations are false? -

Article - Two drunk people having sex - students have to file sexual misconduct complaints to avoid becoming the accused. -

Advise on how to reduce the chance of being falsely accused -

False accusation reasons from The Myth of Male Power – Warren Farrell

Motivations given by the women who acknowledged they had made false accusations of rape.

Spite or revenge 20%

To compensate for feelings of guilt or shame 20%.

Thought she might be pregnant 15%

To conceal an affair 12%

To test husbands love 9%

Mental / emotional disorder 9%

To avoid personal responsibility 4%

Failure to pay or extortion 4%

Thought she might have caught VD 3%

Other 6%

Dr McDowell found that most fake accusations are 'instrumental' – they serve a purpose.

'To my considerable chagrin, we found that at least 60% of all rape allegations were false'. Dr Charles P Mcdowell, Supervisory Special Agent, US Air Force, Office of Special Investigations.

Male Victims of Female Perpetrators -

Recommended books: The Empathy Gap by William Collins and The Myth of Male Power by Warren Farrell

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To quote from the book Red Pill Psychology by Peter Wright and Paul Elam. 

"Years back, in another life, I presented at seminars and conferences that provided continuing education units for professional re-certification. In one particular module, I used a portable grease board in front of my waiting audience. Without introducing myself or saying anything else, I wrote the words "Men are..." at the top of the board and then silently invited the audience to finish the sentence. 

Almost invariably, "pigs" or "dogs" was the first offering, accompanied by a room full of good-natured chuckles. I would nod my head and write it down on the board and return to the audience, still silent, for more. 

"Controlling," says one. "Afraid of commitment," says another. Aggressive." "Macho" "Afraid of intimacy" "Sexist," and "Power hungry." More of the pejoratives, and almost only pejoratives, would come from the audience till the board was full. 

I then flipped the board to the other side. "Women are..." was the cue, and the answers were even more rapid fire than they were with men. "Strong." "Capable" "Empowered" "Sensitive." "Nurturing," and the like would fly from the audience to the grease board like a barrage of arrows, till that side too was full. 

"What do you imagine, " I would ask, taking a strategic pause for a sip of water, "that these answers tell us about the real nature of sexism in the way we view men and women?" 

Asking them a question with actual spoken words must have thrown them for a loop, because the stock response to that question was almost invariably a room full of nonplussed, cognitively dissonant faces. And the confusion usually gave way to irritation, clearly at me, though every answer on both sides of that board had come from them. And by the way, the participants in the crowd? They weren't accountants or nurse or teachers or financial advisors. 

They were mental health professionals. 

They were counselors, psychotherapists, social workers and the like; the very people we love to imagine possess the objectivity to rise above the mindset of bigotry and sexism. And the people, despite our want of faith in their work, least likely to actually do it. 

Online articles:

Psychology's war on men -

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Birmingham Mail - 12th April 2019. “A judge told a banned drink-driver who smashed into three other vehicles that she would have been jailed if she were a man. Judge Sarah Buckingham said "alcoholic" Victoria Parry would have been "straight down the stairs" to prison had her sex been different.” 

The Gender Justice Gap is HUGE and highlights the human empathy gap, an evolutionary and social bi product of a basic survival instinct of out species. Men are more expendable then women when it comes down to human reproduction certainly, but is this how we are to judge the value of a human being in a modern society and particularly when the world is already over populated, if you believe it is over populated.

Practically speaking on a sinking ship we should favour women and female children with a lesser number of male children and men as protectors and future protectors but only favour women up to the menopause for then men of all ages should be favoured over older women because they can still father children. In other words older women should be the last to be saved. Is this the case? No it is not, so why is that? Could it be because men love women and girls as a group as well as individually but women love men and boys individually but not as a group, perhaps as a group women view men as a utility. Perhaps this comes from the fact that most children are predominantly raised by women, particularly in their early years.

For more reading try The Empathy Gap, simply full of information and stats to back it up -

Perhaps the empathy gap is what is playing out, in the criminal justice system, you might like to look for further information on gender in the criminal justice system at the following:

Video - Corroboration Evidence not required Canada -

The double standards still go on in this recent link, surely if can help stop women re-offending this way we can also do the same for men and fathers -


We have laws against undesirable human traits such as fraud, murder, theft, kidnap, blackmail, causing bodily harm etc. and have begun as a society working on discrimination, favouritism in job opportunities on the basis of race, sex, gender etc. now it time to move forward again and legislate to protect against gynocentrism, our inbuilt instinct to rush to assume female victimhood and male perpetrator status, or to assume that women should be helped and men should be able to cope, we need to move forward and to legally protect against this lack of empathy for men. 

We should ask legislators, judges, jurors etc. to switch sex, gender and race in their minds before pronouncing judgements, deciding punishments and making decisions in general.


How can you help?

This subject is desperately crying out for the facts around vastly different legal treatment of men and women who have committed the same crime, there is huge ignorance among the general public and MPs, I am sure you can use your imagination how best to achieve this, again the discussion needs to be started at every opportunity. 

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Articles online:

Marxist Feminism's Ruined Lives, The horror I witnessed inside the women’s “liberation” movement. -

The History of Feminism by Elizabeth Hobson, it's a long and informative read, so worth printing out and reading at your leisure -

Sister of a powerful American feminist spills the truth (When the Nuns said University would turn her into an atheist and a Communist it was  just 1955 and in 1969 at meetings the chant was :

“Why are we here today?” she asked.
“To make revolution,” they answered.
“What kind of revolution?” she replied.
“The Cultural Revolution,” they chanted.
“And how do we make Cultural Revolution?” she demanded.
“By destroying the American family!” they answered.
“How do we destroy the family?” she came back.
“By destroying the American Patriarch,” they cried exuberantly.
“And how do we destroy the American Patriarch?” she replied.
“By taking away his power!”
“How do we do that?”
“By destroying monogamy!” they shouted.
“How can we destroy monogamy?”

“By promoting promiscuity, eroticism, prostitution and homosexuality!” they resounded.


Feminism -


Ex-Feminist Interview, great interview that gets better all the way through, it shines a bright, true light on feminism.

Another video

Great content regarding feminism and anti-feminism, sound quality not great but worth the effort -

Most of the unjust laws discriminating against and boys are actively campaigned for by feminists, they seek direct power and advisory power through women's organisations and governments administration. They have been brought about by deceiving the general population and politicians with less of a grip on gender politics and who can not recognize false and misleading statistics and sob stories as examples. These false, partial and distorted statistics predominantly fostered by the left of politics.


The Counter Feminist Essays - This is an easy to read, well written, very long (but then it is a book), informative and astute piece of work on feminism, worth downloading and reading at leisure


Denmark Begs Men to Have Sex with its Feminists

Female Supremacy it's everywhere - 

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How can you help?

Learn your subject and rather than debate feminists (unless there is an open minded audience) bring up discussions, or at least don't rum away from discussions on men's and boys issues and stand your ground.

As always communicate with everyone you can, MPs, media, social media, business leaders, education experts, friends and family.

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