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Equal rights are the ultimate goal of both a Feminist and an MRA (supposed general acceptance at least). So why are they so diametrically opposed to each other? Because the way we choose to pursue those rights often come into conflict with one another. The issues are often treated as a zero sum game, when it isn’t. The issues are often treated as inalienable rights, when they aren’t. The issues are often touted as a fight for equality, when it’s not. The issues are often used to blame others, when they aren’t their fault.

This blog is just a singular perspective on the subject; mine. A discussion about the methods, an examination of inconsistencies and an effort to support critical and creative thinking when it comes to how some might choose to proceed with their advocacy and activism. Fighting for rights doesn’t mean infringing on others. Trying to help people doesn’t mean giving them scapegoats and treating them like children.

I do not believe I am here to provide you answers, but to get you to ask questions.

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  1. David M. Green permalink

    Re: Equal rights are the ultimate goal of both a Feminist and an MRA (supposed general acceptance at least). So why are they so diametrically opposed to each other?
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    The second, third and fourth wave of feminists have clearly shown by their actions – by demanding laws that take away the rights of the male gender and place men at a clear disadvantage to women in regards to sexual harassment, rape, marriage and divorce – that they consider the male gender as inferior and defective. This is why MRA’s oppose feminists.

    Hence the ideology of feminism and the women’s movement is an ideology and movement of hatred based on gender.

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