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  • The Men's Rights Movement Hasn't Failed

    Some people will say that the Men's Rights Movement is a failure because it has made very little political change. But the MRM alongside Men Going Their Own Way has saved lives. And giving men a reason to live better, or simply live at all, is more important than political change.

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    Saying "the men's rights movement is a failure" is a bit like someone in 1914 saying "the suffragette movement is a failure". There hasn't been much political change YET.

    But the groundwork has been laid. In some universities such as Kennesaw, you can talk about men's rights without being driven off campus by the hate-mongers. I see more and more books like the Misandry series of Nathanson and Young discussing Men's rights issues, and more and more misandrist journalists on the Web having their shit fucked up by Joe Public in the comments sections. In the UK a major new series of commercials aimed at raising money for Prostate Cancer research has just begun airing. We have Movember etc.

    There hasn't been much political change YET.
    Last edited by numbCruncher; 03-01-2014, 07:50 PM.

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      That's not how you judge a true grass roots movement. That's ONLY how a corporation judges whether to BANKROLL a fake grass roots movement masquerading as a real one. The corporation wants brownie points for funding "social change" so they want to fund movements that get in the papers -- which aren't real movements but a bunch of salaried professionals talking talking talking and fundraising to pay their own salaries.

      The way you judge a true grass roots movement is only by: what needs to get done. What change needs to happen. And, it exists until the change that needs to happen happens.

      Think the feminist movement or gay lobby is ever going to go away or ever stop it's non-stop whining and victimhood claiming?

      It's a business that profits off the status quo -- and no business voluntarily closes down.

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        Some female author wrote a book called " Men on strike" helen something.

        This movement just started really and women are wondering why males are changing like not hitting on them, not going to bars, "do you want to go out on a date" No thanks I'm good. males are changing and women either see it but are complete denial about it or don't know what to do about it.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by bigboy83 View Post
          Some female author wrote a book called " Men on strike" helen something.

          This movement just started really and women are wondering why males are changing like not hitting on them, not going to bars, "do you want to go out on a date" No thanks I'm good. males are changing and women either see it but are complete denial about it or don't know what to do about it.
          I hope this cultural shift of men being WAY more discerning about going on dates gains traction. Men need to know that getting sex is fairly easy, so they should expect women to bring more to the table than the possibility of access to their body.
          Gender is a grammatical distinction and applies to words only. Sex is natural distinction and applies to living objects.

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