The title of this essay is very important. For it conveys a message very few people in India (apart from “card-carrying” feminists) acknowledge – the need for men to be feminist in this country. 986 more words
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With 2016 drawing to a close, the question which needs to be asked is whether or not feminism is still needed in the future. Conducting a survey at The University of Greenwich, four male students from a variety of backgrounds were asked to share their thoughts on the topic of feminism and its relevance. 426 more words
Well, is he?
Maybe there’s a cult-like group of feminists who believe in the fabled creature. I could join them. We could be devout believers, like certain Big Foot fanatics who go on believing he is real, despite scant evidence: second-hand accounts of sightings, blurry pictures, and trimmings of his hair, although it probably belongs to some other animal. 2,122 more words
I’ve always encouraged fans, readers, friends, etc. to submit any topics or questions they were curious about (pretty much nothing is off limits), but since I’ve never really advertised it anywhere, I’ll use this editor’s note as the platform: If you have anything you’d like me to tackle or elaborate on, feel free to shoot me an email at email@example.com or direct message on Twitter at @ 991 more words
By Madison Teuscher
Where do men fit into a movement that explicitly promotes women’s issues and voices? Isn’t proclaiming yourself a male feminist exactly the appropriation and privilege that feminism is trying to combat? 686 more words