The Institute for Research on Male Supremacism provides in-depth research and timely analysis of misogynist mobilization, ideology, and violence to support media, activists, and other researchers.

Humanist Magazine Interview with IRMS Executive Director

The Humanist magazine recently published an interview with Institute for Research on Male Supremacism Executive Director Alex DiBranco. She discusses the importance of IRMS's mission in the current political moment, the rise of right wing intimidation campaigns against female researchers, and links between secular misogynist thought and white supremacy.

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Male Supremacist Terrorism as a Rising Threat

IRMS Executive Director Alex DiBranco recently published an article on male supremacist terrorism for the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism. The piece situates male supremacism and incel ideology within larger discourses of violence and political conflict, calling for greater attention to the rise of misogynist mobilizations. Follow the link to read the full publication.


Call for Fellows Conducting Research on Male Supremacism

We are now accepting fellows applications. This opportunity is for those who are actively engaged in researching male supremacist groups; connections between male supremacism and white supremacism, anti-semitism, and/or religious nationalism (for example, Christian or Hindu nationalist movements); and the attendant dangers male supremacism poses to historically marginalized and vulnerable populations.