What we're about

Oxford Men's Group is a group of both men and women who are united in the common purpose of throwing light upon and working to address the unique issues facing men and boys in modern society. We facilitate free public talks and discussions covering key issues which we feel are given insufficient or unnecessarily distorted attention by our politicians, media and public institutions.

Oxford Men's Group has no affiliation to a particular ideology or political party. Through the work we do, we aim to encourage all of the political parties to show a greater interest in the unique issues of men and boys, in the name of true equality.

The Oxford Men's Group eschews the 'glass half-empty' view of masculinity - a view that is articulated by today's establishment. In contrast to this negative view promoted by officialdom, the Oxford Men's Group holds a positive view of men and boys - a positive view which is in alignment with Western philosophy and tradition. In order to encourage men and boys to fulfill their masculine potentials, the Oxford Men's Group explores the moral and spiritual aspects of masculinity and its necessary contribution to a healthy society. We encourage boys to become men; and we encourage men to define themselves as the natural protectors and leaders of their families, of their tribes and of their nations.

Oxford Men's Group welcomes both men and women. Our common interest is our compassion for men & boys and our celebration of masculinity.

Our youtube channel is available here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Udxik9T-wsYWnsBtSJy1Q

Upcoming events (1)

Rev J. Gomes: Feminism was women's great enemy - until transgenderism came along

For the health of the British body politic, the Oxford Men's Group is delighted to host the Rev’d Dr Jules Gomes (BA, BD, MTh, PhD) for the following public lecture: 'Feminism was women's great enemy - until transgenderism came along'. Rev Jules Gomes is a journalist and academic. He wrote the weekly ‘Rebel Priest’ column for The Conservative Woman and is now a columnist for Republic Standard. Jules earned his doctorate from the University of Cambridge and taught at the United Theological College, London School of Theology, and Liverpool Hope University. He enjoys philosophy, literature, art, classical and jazz music, target shooting, and motorcycling. He lives with his wife and cat on the Isle of Man. All are welcome to attend this public lecture, which is free - no prior booking is necessary. The lecture will be immediately followed by Q&A. Then, as always, we shall retire to a nearby public house in order to continue the conversation with addition of a little liquid refreshment.

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