America is at war with masculinity. For years, prominent women in media and government have used their perch to belabor the false notion that women are in need of perpetual justice and focus. It’s actually males that need attention.
Women for Men (WFM) is committed to providing much-needed support for the American male who’s tired of being told there’s something fundamentally wrong with him—and mentally drained from being shafted in family courts and college tribunals, where men are assumed guilty until proven innocent. Decades of feminist propaganda have landed us in a place where women are hailed as heroes, and men are viewed as perpetrators—or just plain losers. That’s what WFM seeks to remedy.
The battle of the sexes will begin to erode only when America stops making men pay for the modern woman’s so-called oppression. If we do, marriages and relationships will improve—as will the health of the American family.
In the meantime, men are dropping out of college, out of the workforce, and out of marriage at alarming rates. Recognizing this, and understanding how it affects the well-being of women, children and families, is the first step. Too many people are afraid to disparage feminism because they think they’ll be labeled backward, rather than forward, thinking if they do. And you might be. But that doesn’t make it true.
“I used to consider myself a feminist but mistakenly thought feminism meant equality between the sexes. In today’s culture, it means female privilege, and I believe discrimination against men is every bit as bad as discrimination against women—and I want no part of it,” writes Dr. Helen Smith in Men on Strike.
That’s the attitude every woman should have.