In recent years we’ve all encountered men’s rights activism (MRA) in some form or another—from caustic online commenters, to the full-on harassers of 4chan, to the recent firestorm surrounding Asheville, N.C., coffee shop owner Jared Rutledge, who wrote blog posts critiquing the bodies of women he’d slept with. 630 more words
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Dating used to be an embarrassing and painful ritual. Shyness and some modesty was definitely part of it, or so I remember. Women would get together and swop stories about it, but otherwise it was all pretty private stuff. 458 more words
Recently, a twitter poll was conducted with the above question
“Are men conditioned to make more sacrifices compared to women?” and the results were shocking as shown in the image below. 346 more words
Pro-rape blogger cancels meetings because he can't 'guarantee the safety or privacy of the men who want to attend'
Daryush “Roosh V” Valizadeh — a controversial neo-masculine blogger known for his pro-rape views — has cancelled meetings across Canada over security concerns.
“I can no longer guarantee the safety or privacy of the men who want to attend on February 6, especially since most of the meetups can not be made private in time,” read a post made on Wednesday on his site. 298 more words
“Not ALL men…” will inevitably be said by some man, somewhere, in response to the recent news that various multi-national pro-rape rallies will be held on February 6th. 720 more words