A Men's Journal
Everyman is a bi-monthly journal of men's issues and interests. We support gender equality and men's journey towards wholeness. We believe our society includes entrenched, often unconscious sexism against both men and women, but that only the sexism against women has so far been generally recognized. Everyman seeks to bring balance to the gender dialog through authentic disclosure and insight.
Published and edited by David Shakleton
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(US$20 for 1 year, US$35 for two years for US subscribers)
Box 4617, Station E
Ottawa, ON K1S 5H8
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Confronting Feminism, by David Shakleton. Editorial to Issue #28 of Everyman, Confronting Feminism
The War Against Men, by David Shakleton. Article from Issue #28 of Everyman, Confronting Feminism
The Invisible Boy. Review of a Health Canada report, The Invisible Boy; Revisioning the Victimization of Male Children and Teens, by Frederick Mathews, Ph.D., C. Psych. Review by Jeffrey Asher. Article from Issue #28 of Everyman, Confronting Feminism
When She was Bad. Review of When She Was Bad: Violent Women and the Myth of Innocence, by Patricia Pearson. (order on-line) Review by Robert F. Grantier. Article from Issue #28 of Everyman, Confronting Feminism
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