The Washington Post ran an article titled "Why Can't We Hate Men." It was authored by Suzanne Walters, the director of Gender Studies at Northeastern University. The article clearly shows that Ms Walters hates men.
Hooray! Finally they admit the truth. They hate men. Now it's time to defund and dismantle the haters.
Will the SPLC step in?
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Our boys are under attack. The culture consistently voices anti male messages and are unaware of their blatant use of hurtful double standards.
the last study mentioned about boys and girls believing that girls are smarter. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/cdev.12079
Parts one and two have shown us the feminist anti-boy push in our schools. This video looks at how schools are difficult for boys and how they have gotten far worse due to the sexism of feminists.
There is a large amount of research that has been done showing how boys are different and unique. Our educational system has kept their hand in the sand and refused to acknowledge such differences much less to teach our boys about these important differences.
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This is an interview I did with Warren Farrell about his new book.
It was actually the first Q&A for Warren's Patreon site for his commission to seek a White House Council for Boys and Men. That Patreon site has excerpts from his book, my books and others. Interesting place. Check it out and become a patron. While you're at it come and be a patron at menaregood!
Part two looks at the deceit used by feminist in gaining huge amounts of funding for girls in schools. Our clueless legislators put their gynocentrism on steroids and voted them millions of dollars even though it was obviously boys who were more need. This trend has continued unabated.
A look into the overt strategy of 20th century feminists to socialize both boys and girls with the goal of eliminating sex roles and ultimately eliminating gender altogether. This video looks at their efforts in the educational system to re-educate boys. This effort has been ongoing since the 1970's and has produced a misandrist system that utterly fails in understanding and caring for our boys.
The information in this video was mostly drawn from CH Sommers book The War on Boys and the wonderful but largely unknown book The Feminist Crusades: Making Myths and Building Bureaucracies
by Frank Zepezauer. If you want to inform yourself about the feminist building of bureaucracies read this book.
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Feminism, Toxic Masculinity & Gynocentrism: How they work together to ruin men and families. This vid offers a look at the reasons feminism has been so accepted and the reality of gynocentrism as being a driving force that has been abused by feminists in order to demand and get more stuff for women.
Paul Elam and Tom Golden talk about the many ways that misandry has fouled the mental health system. Each give their top 4 things they hate about misandry and mental health. They conclude by discussing questions men can ask prospective therapists to determine if they are "male friendly."
We live in a world that assumes men are guilty simply due to being accused by a woman. Just how did we get to this point? Look no farther than the Violence Against Women Feminists and their work to disrupt due process by campaigning that accusing women should always be believed.
The world has become a tough place for men. The misandry is hip deep as are the traps of places like the family courts. It is not easy for men to feel good amidst this chaos. Tom goes over some research driven ideas about things you can do to increase your sense of well being and feeling good! Here's a link to an article that goes over the things that Tom is talking about.
This video goes over the major issues faced by men in the US today. It was created 10 years ago and originally was in 4:3 format and fairly low resolution. I have now brought it up to 16:9 and increased the resolution as much as possible while still keeping the original footage and audio. I have also added an Epilogue on the end that takes a brief look at the carnage left since this video was created.
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This channel was created by Tom Golden, LCSW. You may remember him from the documentary the Red Pill. He's a therapist who has been working with men and boys for 30+ years and has been fighting the mental health system's gynocentric devaluing of men and boys. He has written three books on men and healing and was the vice chair of the Maryland Commission for Men's Health. The mission for menaregood is to bring greater awareness to the hardship and discrimination that men and boys face while offering them compassion and choice. We have a long way to go.