Join us on the latest HBR Talk for a discussion on a factor that gets taken into consideration in men's issues discussion, but not named, and projected but never taken into consideration by women's advocates.
Join us on HBR Talk as we take a look at the feminist-led response to International Men's Day. We jokingly made a prediction at the beginning of a previous episode of HBR Talk, and well, in response, feminists have given us a significant clue as to why they have so much trouble understanding sarcasm, parody, and satire.
Join us on HBR News as we talk about the news of the week, including how internet makes men into rapists, Marvel's firing and replacing of Axel Alonso with what seems to be an actual comics nerd, and talking about our excitement regarding the Kilroy Event.
Join us on the Fireside Chat with special guest Justin Trottier of CAFE (Canadian Association For Equality) as we discuss their new initiative to build the first domestic violence shelter for men in Toronto.
Join us on HBR News with the Polecats as we discuss the news of the week, including Ryan Philippe's assault charges, boys being good to the homeless, Linda Sarsour being honored as women of the year, and more!
Join us on the HBR News show (formerly known as the Polecat Cast) as we discuss the news items of the week, including the NeoGaf meltdown, fatal blood transfusions, more feminist directors being accused of sexual misconduct, and mothers defending their sons from Title IX.
Last time, we talked about some of the double standards that are involved in applying the age-old marriage mandate to men while maintaining the standards of women’s modern sexual revolution. Our society, which now labels any hint of female accountability in sexual relationships “slut shaming” has no problem demanding that men be accountable for both sexes. There’s a stark, outdated (if ever functional) double standard on what each sex is considered responsible for and what each sex is seen...