The purpose of the Wiki4Men is to provide a repository for information, studies, and research on men and boys and the broad range of issues affecting them.
These days it seems you don't need to look far to see negativity focused at men. What is often known as casual misandry permeates western civilisation where many men and women commonly make negative statements about men without apparently regarding this as a problem or being challenged by anyone else present. This problem has steadily deteriorated and we have now reached the point that books with titles such as Are Men Necessary? and The End of Men can be published without significant objection from the wider community.
Negative and inaccurate portrayals of men and boys have permeated mainstream media and online knowledge repositories such as Wikipedia, where the bias is particularly evident. Wikipedia editors routinely write negative commentaries about men and Wikipedia admins protect those commentaries while censoring counter-narratives that might show less biased, more accurate information. This practice is reinforced by feminist editing gangs who congregate in regular 'edit-a-thons' with the sole purpose of increasing feminist ideology within Wikipedia articles, and to censor male-positive discourse and research on men. In a nutshell those in control of Wikipedia have succeeded in deplatforming much reliable information about men and boys.
This site encourages publication of factual information about men and women and the cultural contexts in which they meet. It aims to be the keeper of rational and evidence-based conclusions, while rejecting popular forms of gender bigotry.
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- Maureen Dowd., Are Men Necessary?: When Sexes Collide, Berkley (2006)
- Hanna Rosin., The End Of Men Riverhead Books (2012)
- Katherine Timpf., ‘Storming Wikipedia’: Colleges offer credit to students who enter ‘feminist thinking’ into Wikipedia. Campus Reform (2013)
- Wikistorming: Colleges offer credit to inject feminism into Wikipedia. Fox News (2013)
- Editathon, entry in Wikipedia