Long Self-Study Guide

The material in this Wiki can be accessed in any order you wish, as with any other Wiki. Subjects can be found using the Search facility. However, for the purposes of organised self-study the material has been categorised and indexed in five parts, links to the Contents for each part follow,

(A) The disadvantages faced by men and boys,

(B) Feminism and its political environment.

(C) The psychological destruction of males

(D) The fight-back

(E) Case Studies

Part (A), The disadvantages faced by men and boys: lays out the multiplicity of disadvantages suffered by men and boys in the UK. Most people are still incredulous that there is any male disadvantage, because the societal prejudice is that males are privileged. But substantial male disadvantage is widespread.

Part (B), Feminism and its political environment: explains the nature of feminism and also why the MHRM is necessarily anti-feminist. It explains the key distinction between feminism and gynocentrism. Feminism was not the primary cause of male disadvantage; gynocentrism was. Feminism has, however, exploited the existing gynocentric orientation of society and has opposed measures to alleviate male disadvantage, through its theory, its practice, and its spreading of misandry. Feminism is The Establishment.

Part (C), The psychological destruction of males: exposes the chillingly nasty nature of the feminist attack on males. We discover that there is an ongoing battle for men’s souls of which most men are completely unaware.

Part (D), The fight-back: presents the fight-back of which this site forms part.

Part (E), Case Studies: recounts a number of case studies. Some involve men who have been abominably treated whilst others are examples of successful fight-backs.

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