I awoke this morning to find a host of emails from people excited about a new website – Network4Men (N4M) – and having explored it, I share their excitement.
It has long been a problem for men interested in men’s issues, and the damage wrought on society by feminism, to track down other men with the same interests in their locality, with a view to meeting. This network appears to provide the perfect solution to that problem, and I urge you to register, as I just have. It may be time for you to become more active in the men’s rights movement.
The start of the lengthy FAQ section:
What is Network for Men?
The Network is a piece of communication infrastructure within the men’s movement. It exists for the sole propose of introducing you to other like minded men.
Why was the Network founded?
Some men awaken to the fact that, from a young age, they have been subjected to disparaging and untrue messages about men. They realise there is nothing intrinsically wrong with being a man – in fact there is a lot to be celebrated. These men develop compassionate concern for themselves, other men and future generations of boys. They have come to see how gender politics adversely and unhealthily effects society. If you are one of these men, the Network was founded for you. It gives you the option of meeting other like minded men for friendship, learning and, if you choose, activism.
Who founded ‘Network for Men’?
‘Network for Men’ was founded in 2016 by a group of activists. It is an initiative by men who are committed to issues within the men’s human rights movement. These men have awakened to aspects of our culture that bring about suffering, particularly for men, families and children. They have concluded that mainstream media messages are usually founded on falsified statistics, confused thinking and a lack of concern for men and boys. They have taken the ‘Red Pill’.
One of the people who emailed me thinks N4M could become a game changer. I believe he’s right. We wish the venture every success, and we’re delighted with its firm anti-feminism position.