I'm now a Senior Editor at A Voice for Men.
I've become one of those "Crusaders!" I've never been politically active; how the hell did that happen??? Two and a half years ago I started reading blogs for research. The plan was to maybe write a novel, a project to occupy my mind through the transition into my newly "empty nest." I started out in the Cop/Military/2nd Amendment community, because I wanted a better grasp of how men think, and I kept bumping into the "men's" community; that darn Cappy Cap kept linking to interesting articles written by interesting men! I then spent months immersed in relationship discussions at Dalrock's place, and his articles are still at the top of my "to read" list, although I no longer spend as much time in the comments section. I now have at least a dozen books about men's issues, and I donate money to a handful of "Manosphere" sites:
...even when I disagree with the authors and/or the commenters. These are voices that I believe should be heard.
I think my primary focus at AVfM is going to be "outreach" (Why not? That's what I did as a bookmobile driver, and I guess I'm pretty good at it) in the form of email campaigns. Not only will I be calling, faxing and emailing "government officials" and the press regarding individual cases, I will be emailing ordinary citizens to inform them of misandric corruption in their own communities. And of course I'm going to gather my courage and start doing some "poster runs" - there are a LOT of college campuses (and other community bulletin boards) within a couple of hours' drive! Unfortunately I will probably have even less time for my personal blog, but I'm still reading the 200+ sites I follow!
p.s. If you would consider volunteering to do some very tedious work on a few email campaigns, please speak up!