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This is how NFHS made wives’ mood changes as marital rape

As marital rape PIL becomes a hot topic of discussion in India, we try to find out how NFHS captured the data regarding Marital Rape in a biased manner. This makes this PIL a desperate attempt to break our marriages in the disguise of Human Rights. This PIL makes it important for us to rise upto the problem and face these enemies of our society and eliminate them
The Male Factor
Sept. 18, 2017, 2:44 p.m.

This is how my wife was driving me to commit suicide

Ameen Shareeff, a brave NCC cadet who won many accolades and awards for bravery was driven to commit suicide by his wife by using their daughter. In his book "My Cross-Country Ride" he says in detail how he was driven to commit suicide and how he has turned around.
The Male Factor
Sept. 16, 2017, 2:32 p.m.

I was a male feminist but will avoid marriage after ‘Marital Rape’

With 'Marital Rape' law being discussed by feminists and a PIL pending in Delhi HC to make this a new law in marriages, more and more male feminists are feeling the heat. In this letter, a reader expresses his concerns and vows to stay away from marriages.
The Male Factor
Sept. 10, 2017, 4:04 a.m.

These feminist lies are in the Marital Rape PIL now

Here are some of the feminist lies, that form the basis of marital rape PIL. This article shows how dangerous it will be if we change our laws based on a PIL that is filed without sufficient data and carries some lies.
The Male Factor
Sept. 8, 2017, 6:59 p.m.

Social Media rejects criminalization of Marital Rape

As the social media is quizzing whether Marital Rape should be Crimanalized, different social media polls suggest that India overwhelmingly rejects the concept of introducing Rape law in our bedrooms. This proves that there are some evil forces working in tandem to break Indian Society.
The Male Factor
Sept. 4, 2017, 11:30 a.m.

My boyfriend left me after marital rape PIL

One PIL seeking marital rape to be criminalized is pending in Delhi High Court. This is seeking forceful sexual intercourse by men to be considered as rape. Currently even though it is considered as an offense, it is not considered as a criminal offense like rape. With this news spreading out, marriages in India has started breaking down. A woman wrote a letter to The Male Factor, accusing us of creating this fear in men. But the truth remains, how will marital rape cases be judged or this is only eyewash?
The Male Factor
Aug. 31, 2017, 6:50 p.m.

The Adventures of a Cross-Country Biker

A biker from Vizag, India has recently completed his cross country bike ride. In his journey to the remotest part of the country he had experienced difficult terrains, terrorist threats and also seen noble people. In this exclusive series on The Male Factor he narrates his story of this nation wide ride that was filled with thrill and adventure.
The Male Factor
Aug. 26, 2017, 3:51 p.m.

The Future of ‘Judicial System’ is here

The Indian court system can easily be made paperless and thus more efficient. This article shows how the Judicial processes can change to make it more efficient, agile and better performing for our poor and needy. Let no more innocent Indian be hanged like Dhananjoy.
The Male Factor
Aug. 24, 2017, 6 p.m.

Open letter to Chief Justice of India from a poor Indian man

Shocking details revealed from Dhananjay Chatterjee death sentence showed that Hetal Parekh's mother could be the murderer of Hetal in an outrage and there might not be any rape. But still Dhananjay Chatterjee was hanged till death with overwhelming support from society. This case brings out the reality in our courts that we need to buy justice and justice is expensive. This open letter to Chief Justice of India shows the importance of judicial reforms and digitization of our courts.
The Male Factor
Aug. 18, 2017, 4:26 a.m.

Behind the scenes of Sensational Hetal Parekh Rape & Murder

Sensational Hetal Parekh rape and murder case of 1990, has created enough turbulence in India's political and legal environment. It was India's first Nirbhaya that has changed many things including Supreme Court of India giving a punishment as an example for others. Recent research has found that a case honor killing has led to death sentence of innocent and poor Dhananjay. A recent Bengali Movie titled Dhananjay bares open all the facts that are so far hidden from public eye.
The Male Factor
Aug. 16, 2017, 1:19 p.m.

This is the proof that women aren’t suitable for tech or leadership roles

Recent controversy against Google memo, showed how mindless and illogical women are. All the opposition against Damore memo was based on emotional, illogical arguments and not based on any scientific data or experiment. This showed that women in general are not suitable for technical and leadership roles, that need objective and logical thinking and innovative mind.
The Male Factor
Aug. 14, 2017, 5:36 p.m.

The all new diversity challenge for corporates

James Damore, a techie from Google has recently created worldwide debate as he questioned Google's diversity policy. His internal memo showed with evidence how fragile is such policies and corporates around the globe needs to take lessons from his well-researched memo. This article shows how the feminists' claim of diversity and equality is fragile and harmful for any business.
The Male Factor
Aug. 12, 2017, 12:21 p.m.

This is how badly dowry laws are misused

After 27th July, 2017 Supreme Court judgement on 498a (Rajesh Sharma and Ors. Vs State of UP) setting new procedure to detect 498a misuse at an earlier stage and to find out possible reconciliation between the warring parties, feminist groups led by foreign funded (in crores) Jagori and Lawyers Collective has raised protests. They had […]
The Male Factor
Aug. 3, 2017, 5:23 p.m.

Ignore Feminism, celebrate Raksha Bandhan in a new spirit this year

Feminism has been destroying Indian culture by their negative propaganda. All Indian institutions and festivals had been under feminist attack. This is expected on Rakhi Purnima as well as feminists gear up to prove how this celebration is actually a sexist festival that oppresses women. Author Neha Shukla in this article discusses the tru spirit of Raksha Bandhan that goes beyond narrow minded feminist agenda.
The Male Factor
Aug. 2, 2017, 9:06 a.m.

Here’s what went behind new SC guidelines on 498a cases that you need to know

July 2017 Indian Supreme Court guidelines regarding redressal of 498a cases shows the much needed change for Indian Judiciary as well as normal people subjected to extreme cruelty under these cases. This article analyzes the legal nuances and the history to show why these amendments were necessary and inevitable.
The Male Factor
July 31, 2017, 2:13 p.m.

This is all that is wrong with Lipstick Under My Burkha

Lipstick Under My Burkha is a desperate feminist attempt to show nymphomania as women empowerment. A movie by Ekta Kapoor Productions on women's sexual liberation is made to make men feel guilty of every sexual act. This movie is significant at the time of a pending Marital Rape PIL and is a desperate attempt to show marital rape in Indian marriages.
The Male Factor
July 27, 2017, 5:39 p.m.

No day without painkillers – price they pay for being males

The 2016 Masculinity survey in Egypt, Morocco, Lebanon and Palestine reveals the hardships males face in those societies. A difficult role that males have played all through the human history is shamed by feminists while they try to reverse the roles. Un survey reveals extreme hardships that these men face as many of them need to live on painkillers. That is the shocking reality in these countries.
The Male Factor
July 22, 2017, 5:44 p.m.

Boys here are at the receiving end of violence

When it comes to suffering physical violence boys in all countries suffer the most. Recent IMAGES - MENA survey shows that boys are subjected to most violence either at home or in schools. Moroccan boys are subjected to more sexual violence. This article shows that need of the hour is to consider domestic violence as gender neutral crime and punish women guilty of the same.
The Male Factor
July 20, 2017, 2:35 p.m.

What it takes to be a man in these countries

Even though men are considered in positive terms, most war ravaged countries in Middle East and North Africa defines masculinity with 'toughness'. This creates additional burden of being the provider failing which these men turn suicidal.
The Male Factor
July 17, 2017, 3:34 p.m.

GEM Score – an ineffective way to look at masculinity

UN Women in its International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) in Middle East and North African (MENA) countries used a scale called GEM Scale to measure masculinity in those countries. This article shows with adequate research that GEM Score can't be applied in war ravaged countries like MENA nations.
The Male Factor
July 14, 2017, 3:21 p.m.