Tuesday, November 30, 2010

I want to know what you're doing!

No, this isn't an accusatory "what have YOU done for the MRM lately" sort of thing. Nope. I want to know what you've done, if you've got a group of links on Divorce law in Tunisia, or a library of Feminist Hate Speech, or Videos of opions, or collected examples of Misandric Media...

I want to know what kind of little mini-resources there are out there, so I can publicize them for you in MenZ! How cool is that?

Here's how it works:

Post a comment telling me what it is, and how I get to it to see.

That's it. 12 seconds of your time could change the course of someone's life. That's good trade in my books.

So c'mon...let's hear it.


  1. Im always patrolling the american sociological association for something of interest (asanet.org). That and I did a massive search of my school's online database today (no i havent read everything yet). Im actually running short myself, i better get back to it :P

  2. Hi Factory.

    Just started a new blog yesterday:


    I'll be updating daily with examples of misandry I find in the media. I'll also be adding old items. The idea being that, in time, Fighting Feminism will be like a big repository that MRAs can use to locate evidence when writing their own articles, by using the tags function. (E.g. in a few months, clicking on the 'divorce' tag will bring up tons of posts linking to other articles and news stories on divorce which are relevant to the MRM - providing plenty of ammo for others to use.)

    It's a very new blog, so I understand if you don't want to feature it right away, but maybe in time when it's proved its longevity (as I certainly hope it will).

  3. I can point to one ongoing resource that I've maintained at my blog that may be of interest to others for your magazine. I've been keeping a list of websites that were involved with the movement, claimed to be, or at least had some kind of relevance upon men's issues. I'm also going to keep expanding it, and categorizing websites in the future, as well as add a review with a planned 10 star rating system for them.

    It's link is here; but, by its nature, it will never be finished, just kept as accurate and up to date as I can manage; but, so far, it is fairly extensive, and can claim to be somewhat authoritative. It is longer than most collections of links that have popped up in the movement before, and its going to become more and more authoritative, in the future. I'm confident that it will serve as a replacement for the Men's Links site which was discontinued last year.

    Here's the link:


  4. Sadly, I don't have much time for contributions to the movement, these days, other than the occasional article and the few service I try to provide on my website. *sigh...

  5. Sounds like a good resource. I'll check it out.