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Regressive ideas dressed up as Progressive. The new (Neo) liberalism.

With the women’s liberation movement, civil rights movement, and homosexual acceptance making progress, along with oppressed minorities gaining more ground in society; there has been a giant backlash from structural oppression manifesting in numerous forms as a result. 4,765 more words

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Calling all male feminists—we need you, but not in the way you might think

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


Whilst researching a certain individual that I’d rather not name, mostly due to the nature of the idiom, all press is good press; I came across a phrase I had not heard before – Neomasculinaty. 1,158 more words

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Over the years I have spent a good portion of my time talking and writing about feminism, specifically male feminism. It is something that I have felt passionately about since my early teens; though it wasn’t until my mid twenties that I felt I could start writing about it. 1,702 more words


Stop Blaming "Male Feminism" for James Deen's Downfall

James Deen, for those who don’t recognize the name as anything but a misspelling of “James Dean,” is a porn actor with a cult following — one based around what female fans online deemed a more sensitive, soulful appearance and persona. 964 more words


8 Types of "Male Feminists" who are Actually Misogynists

In mainstream feminism (by “mainstream feminism” I mean white, western, able-body, and cisgender -centric feminism) there is substantial discourse on whether or not men can be feminists, and on the ways feminism benefits men in addition to women. 3,132 more words


Dear Kate Iselin, I am a Feminist; I am a Man

Dear Kate Iselin,

A feminist is someone who believes that, no matter what gender you identify as, you should be treated equally. I have never seen it as more complicated than that. 555 more words