His Side with Glenn Sacks is a nationally syndicated talk radio show devoted to men's and father's rights. Glenn Sacks discusses gender issues from the male perspective.
Special Thanks To...
The following organizations were early supporters of Mensactivism.org, and we thank them for their support. If you'd like to trade links with us, see our Mensactivism.org supporters page.
The village can help, but children raised by a mum and dad do best
Article here. Excerpt:
'Those without children can help lift the load, but the burden still lies most heavily on the actual parents, of course. Fortunately, there’s a very efficient incubator in which to maximise successful child-rearing: the emotional bond between mothers and fathers. The heterosexual family.
That last paragraph would have seemed uncontroversial over most of the span of human society, but no longer. Almost unnoticed, Labour changed the rules covering IVF in the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008. No longer is it only a medical intervention to assist childless couples, desperate to conceive but prevented through one or other’s infertility. Instead, Parliament fashioned it into a tool for “equality”, changing the “need for a father” in the 1990 Act to “the need for supportive parenting”. Single women and gay couples are now presumed to have a right to children, regardless of biological circumstance.
New User Accounts
Due to problems with user accounts being used for spam, we require all new user account requests to be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please let us know what username you would like in your email. Thanks for your patience while we look for a more permanent resolution to our spam problems.
Follow Us on Twitter
Click on the icon below to make a donation to Mensactivism.org using PayPal, the most popular on-line payment system.
Donations are what keeps this site running, and are only used for this purpose. For more info, or to send a donation by mail, see our Donations Page.
Spread the word...
We encourage everyone to feel free to further distribute the information found on our site, and we only ask that you help to spread the word about Mensactivism.org in the process: so please, say you saw it on Mensactivism.org!