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Can We Stop Acting Surprised That Paul Elam is a Loser?

You read that Buzzfeed article. I read that Buzzfeed article. The entire internet read that article. And for good reason – it was great. There’s very little long-form or investigative journalism now days, and it dropped some truth bombs about “men’s rights activists” that were utterly worth making. 352 more words

Stop what you're doing, and GO READ THE BUZZFEED EXPOSE OF A VOICE FOR MEN'S PAUL ELAM. (SPOILER: He's even worse than you think)

If you’re a regular, or semi-regular, or even just an occasional reader of this blog, you need to stop reading this post right now… 430 more words


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How Men’s Rights Leader Paul Elam Turned Being A Deadbeat Dad Into A Moneymaking Movement

Paul Elam has become the face of the modern men’s rights movement by rallying against false rape accusations and divorce courts that favor mothers. But exclusive BuzzFeed News interviews with his estranged daughter and ex-wife show that his pet causes are very, very personal. 385 more words

Why Sociopath’s Are So Common

This article is based upon my own personal observations of individuals  who willfully engaged in harmful acts towards others and myself  without seeming to have a personal sense of remorse. 512 more words


Transforming Into The Monster’s We Oppose

One of the downside’s to being human is the penchant of those who fight monsters to become a monster themselves. The Apostle Paul lays out this principle in the New Testament when he wrote: “By beholding we become changed.”  And Friedrich Nietzsche wrote: “Whoever fights monsters should see to it that in the process he does not become a monster. 1,580 more words


MGTOW - a poor acronym with a valuable message

In regards to a video of Paul Elam of AVFM continuing to insist that a man can be MGTOW and still get married, I wrote my brief input, and someone asked a question to me that I will be answering here. 1,936 more words