Adrien Martinon, a young American, on domestic violence, rape, false rape accusations, criminal sentencing

A startlingly good presentation by a young American at a TEDxYouth conference. With young men like this becoming well-versed in the realities of gender politics, the future’s looking a lot brighter for men and boys. Enjoy:

About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • For obvious reasons, the entire cultural apparatus of institutional misandry has been weighing on my emotions and feelings badly of late. The denial of the humanity of men and boys is maddening and saddening. There are periods when I feel like I have traveled back in time, found myself in some earlier, relatively unenlightened era, and I am unable, through some dint of fate, to get back to my own society. A society where human beings are not judged by their skin colour, sexual orientation, cultural background, class and, crucially, their chromosomal make-up. It is one where, to use the words of Dr. King, individuals are judged solely by the ‘content of their character.’ I know this idealization is perhaps a little unrealistic, but it is a good pointer nonetheless.
    Hearing this wonderful young man lifted me out from the doldrums I have been feeling of late. He holds out promise for men, for my own sons, that they have a future where the will not be seen as chattel by the ruling – gendered – leisure class.
    I need this nightmare to turn around. WE need justice for men and boys (and the women who love them.)

    • Thanks Neil. Seeing this video felt like a sunny day after too many rainy days. Really lifted my spirits too!

  • herbkr

    Having just watched this, I am close to weeping: with relief, with deep admiration and enormous respect for this fine young man; and with no small degree of guilt – yes guilt – that I do so little, am so afraid at times, am so concerned with my own protection, that I don’t speak out like him and tell it like it really is. I also feel guilt that we have allowed such a world as this to come about for these fine young men (and young women of their age if they could but see it) that is so wrong, so unequal and so dangerous for them. I wonder how many Adrian Martinons, American, Canadian and British, stormed up those French beaches in 1944 (before even I was born) and died, or were maimed, because of their sheer courage and righteous bravery for freedom that this young man is expressing. He is showing to the world the qualities of manhood that have been so buried under the weight of downright evil feminist propaganda for far too long; and, even though I am old enough to be his grandfather, I look up to him. I admire him. He is a leader in the finest traditions of male leadership, and that is the sort of quality women have thrown in the trash can – to their absolute detriment in my submission. I also feel elation. Elation that, at last, I can see light at the end of this dark and awful tunnel that the whole of our society is having to travel through. I may not see the final righting of all the wrongs currently being perpetrated against men, good men, honourable men are suffering at the hands of vindictive feminists and being aided by States to do so, but I have hope that one day it will come right. It took the outbreak of the most serious conflagration known to man 100 years ago this year to stop the last wave of man-hatred, Suffragism, and I have worried that it may take another such event to stop this latest manifestation of divisive madness. Now, I have hope that it won’t come to that. Thank you Adrien. I take my hat off to you son.