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Here are some articles I've found that give hope for the future. Not only do these good folk know things for what they are, they are brave enough to stand up and be counted. Some, as you will soon learn, had to endure threats and abuse from the radical-feminists just to say what they know to be true. This Page is in no way complete, so please don't think anyone not listed here is not a Hero or a Heroine.. It's likely that I've just not found any of their articles yet :)

I begin with Erin Pizzey, because she was the first real feminist I came across. She knows that women abuse. She risked her life (and the lives of her children) to say so.

Erin Pizzey

Prone To Violence
Quote: "An online book by Erin Pizzey, founder of the first home for abused spouses in England... This book was greeted with extraordinary hostility." Quotes Erin: "I had to have a police escort everywhere I went because there were threats on my life and bomb scares at my house."

Do you know who made such threats to the woman who started the first shelter for abused families? Other Women! Loving, gentle, 'I'm alright Jack' women, in the guise of the Women's Movements. Every time they manipulate statistics, every time they give false or biased information, they enable society to turn it's back on abuse.. Until we stop blinding ourselves and society to the fact that women are violent and abusive too, the problem will never be addressed and others will suffer the real pain and fear of abuse.

Working with Violent Women

Sheltered From Reality

How The Women's Movement Taught Women To Hate Men

VAWA II Must Be Stopped
Quote: "Women's liberation, if not the most extreme then certainly the most influential neo-marxist movement in America, has done to the American home what communism did to the Russian economy, and most of the ruin is irreversible...'

The Planned Destruction Of The Family

Why I, As An Ardent Anti-Feminist, Feel Sorry For Women

Domestic Violence

When Did You Last Beat Your Wife?

Senator Anne C. Cools

Calgary Workshop on Family Conflict Attended by Erin Pizzey & Senator Anne C Cools amongst others

E-mail Senator Anne Cools: Support her efforts to protect children

Globe and Mail Article: Senator Anne Cools, RENEGADE
Quote: "This isn't the first time the senator has poked a sharp stick in the eye of women's groups. It was she who said, in 1995, on International Women's Day no less, that abusive mothers are responsible for creating violent sons. "Behind every abusing husband is an abusing mother," were her words. Women's groups had conniptions. Reporters quickly summoned experts who said Ms. Cools was not only dead-wrong, but had perhaps lost her marbles. "Let's not forget the senator is an appointee," said one outraged feminist. "She does not represent women."

Senator Anne C Cools Page

Camille Paglia

Camille Paglia Feminist Fatale

The Camille Paglia Checklist

Has Feminism Gone Too Far?
Think Tank - An Interview With Camille Paglia & Christina Hoff Sommers

Christina Hoff Sommers

Researching The 'Rape Culture' of America

Are We Living in a Moral Stone Age?

Christina Hoff Sommers

A Feminist Camelot

The Spouse Abuse Myth

Sister soldiers.

Cathy Young

Cracks in the crackdown: Is getting tough accomplishing its purpose?

FEMINIST JURISPRUDENCE: Equal Rights or Neo-Paternalism?
by Michael Weiss and Cathy Young

Do Fathers Have The Edge In Divorce?

Transforming A Monster Into A Victim

Book Review: Promiscuities: The Secret Struggle for Womanhood
by Naomi Wolf - Reviewed by Cathy Young

A Man's Life - Domestic Violence
Woman Trouble - Feminists warn that if more attention is paid to female violence, women's shelters may lose support as public concern and resources shift from abused women to men, and battered women will find less sympathy when they go to the police or to courts - Common sense says it takes two to make a domestic tangle. But violence is everywhere. How can we solve the problem if men are the only villains? by Cathy Young

Various Folk's Works


"Twenty Two Wonderful Women"

When She Was Bad An interview with Patricia Pearson

Vera's Eyes On Lies & Deceptions of Gender Feminists.

Home Page Of Journalist Donna Laframboise

The Women's Freedom Network
Quote: "..Curious as to NOW's stand on issues such as father-absence, I entered the word "father" into their search engine. While I didn't particularly expect to see something singing the praises of fathers, I was completely unprepared for what I did find: an all-out full-on assault on fathers, and those men and women who advocate for them!"
Proving that not all Women's Groups are bad :) Here's one of the 'GOOD' ones :)

True Feminist Forum
Some of the heroic women who are bravely speaking out on the injustices of 'gender feminism'

Upstream: Feminism (Has Some Great Stuff)

Mens Rights: A Simple Dialogue Part 1
A MUST Read :)) Quote: "A conversation on gender that, hopefully, won't sound Greek to you fellow Cyberians. The protagonists are Chlamydia and her brother, Testicles (pronounced "testa-cleez")"

Per's MANifesto, Sept 1996 Anti-Male Stereotypes
Per's MANifesto's Home Page
Very witty! Very true!! And very well written :)

Good Will Towards Men :)

Balance Magazine
The Inclusive Vision Of Gender Equality

Inequality, Power, And Development: The Task of Political Sociology
by Jerry Kloby

Review of The Princess at the Window
By Donna Laframboise

Book Review Index

When She Was Bad: Violent Women and the Myth of Innocence
Patricia Pearson, (1997) New York: Viking, ISBN: 0-607-85925-7
A Review by Stuart Birks, Massey University, New Zealand

Excerpt From 'When She Was Bad: Violent Women and the Myth of Innocence
By Patricia Pearson. Quote: "The Woman's Prescription (RX) for getting rid of HIM!"

When She Was Bad: Violent Women and the Myth of Innocence
by Patricia Pearson Reviewed by Stuart Birks

Review: Princess At The Window

Sex and Politics: Links to Books, Reviews and Articles

The Battered Woman by Lenore E. Walker
Reviewed by Robert Sheaffer (

The Courage to Heal A Guide for Women Survivors of Sexual Abuse
by Ellen Bass and Laura Davis - Reviewed by Robert Shaeffer

Therapy For The Dispossessed
A Parent's View Of 'The Courage To Heal' Workbook

Critiques Of Feminism

The Morning After: Sex, Fear, and Feminism on Campus.
By Katie Roiphe - Reviewed by Jean Bethke Elshtain

The Anti P.C. Corner

Feminists Against Censorship

Censorship & Wheels In The Head

Welcome to The Domain of Patriarchy on the Internet
by Robert Sheaffer - - Chief Patriarch and Oppressor-General - Refuting the Most Common Feminist Lies and Pseudo-Scholarship. (A 'must read' for all citizens who are sick and tired of the manipulating, fact altering feminists)

The POW Pages: Featuring Colleen Hyphenated-Lastname

Humourous Bits and Pieces

Anti-Feminist Reflections: Politically Incorrect Views of Feminism

Collected Quotes from Feminist Man-Haters
They say 'Fore warned is fore armed' But thank goodness not all we women think the same. :)

I pray something in these Links will help you whether you are wishing to inform yourself or seek support and advice. For, by speaking out and opening up the subject of abuse, not only do we expose it, we take away the power of silence from the abuser no matter who that abuser might be.

Abuse Hurts
Abuse Help & Information
Abuse Hurts Children
Men Are Abused Too
Families Need Fathers
Violent Women
Feminists' Facts Or Fictions
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