To gain an appreciation of the feminist art of shaming I would suggest first having a look at:
How some feminist shaming tactics discredit feminist theory (24 June 2014)
Go Karen! Karen Straughan is a great representative of the many women who refuse to accept the ‘conventional wisdom’ of today’s feminists. See http://www.youtube.com/user/girlwriteswhat for more by Karen
Perhaps you might then google search for material by another Canadian anti-feminist Alison Tieman, including for example her site at http://www.genderratic.com/ and this video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0Ye4_ZCIYY
For more about shaming tactics employed by feminists see also http://www.avoiceformen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2012/04/Shaming-tactics.pdf
This site repeats some of the material in the ‘A Voice for Men‘ shaming fact sheet, but also includes a lot of interesting readers’ comments: http://exposingfeminism.wordpress.com/shaming-tactics/
Feminist ‘Kylie’ responded to an article on male victims of domestic violence by Bill O’Chee. The now common motif ‘What about the menz‘, implies that men defending their rights are pathetic, reactionary and infantile. Women doing the same thing are proactive, strong and empowered. After I replied (my first and last communication with her) I was blocked from her Twitter account – another common feminist tactic.
Yet another common taunt used by feminists is “You’re only an MRA because you can’t get laid!”
Here’s an example of another feminist attempt at shaming – this time the target group are young women who had the temerity to publicly announce their disregard for feminism. More about that issue in this post.
Read the post by Claude Lau in this discussion thread for one person’s insight into the feminist proclivity towards shaming (9 December 2015)
Here’s an idea, guys — find someone your own age (5 October 2015) Australia
Sex-shaming: The feminist weapon of choice to silence dissenters (10 October 2014)