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    What about the menz though? What about the group that has never had any power throughout the entire history of civilization to help their own gender? Will someone, please anyone, give them the attention they so desperately need. For some men there is only one subject, men. Do they genuinely care about these issues? Probably not, because if they did, they would stop sitting around using these issues as a reason to bash feminists and actually do something about it and join the people doing something about it. Not to mention the outstanding hypocrisy of them demanding women work for their specific issues without showing an ounce of evidence they have ever actively fought for our rights. You ask what feminism did for you, but yet remain silent on what you did for feminism apart from consistently slandering it.

    But for those wondering, here is what feminism has done for men:

    • https://www.thecalmzone.net/about-calm/meet-the-team/ A charity dealing exclusively with male suicide and guess what? The director Jane Powell identifies as a feminist. You care about male mental health issues? Join and help the many charities that deal with these issues, we're not stopping you, I'm encouraging you.
    • The Mask You Live In is a new documentary examining men's issues created by, wait for it, a feminist. http://therepresentationproject.org/...k-you-live-in/
    • The Mankind project, ManKind Project (MKP) is a non-profit, educational organization, with the stated purpose to "support men in leading meaningful lives of integrity, accountability, responsibility, and emotional intelligence."The ManKind Project flies in the face of rigid stereotypes about the "Sensitive New Age Man" AND the "Macho Man". We ask men to go right up to the edge - and beyond - in a culture that seems to be comfortable with mediocrity and passivity from men. MKP serves as the umbrella organization for 43 interdependent centers in eight countries (in four continents).[6] Each center elects its own leadership, and conducts trainings that address men's life issues. As of September 2010, MKP reports that over 43,000 men have participated in their flagship program, the New Warrior Training Adventure. The founders: Bill Kauth had a master’s degree in psychology and was a self-styled feminist therapist.What was in the background of these three men that led them to come together to form the New Warrior Training Adventure? The New Warrior Training is a direct outgrowth of the feminist movement. Feminism in the United States in the 1970s and 1980s asked society to re-evaluate itself and look anew at how it defined the roles of men and women. It was at a feminist forum that Bill Kauth first formed the intention of putting together an experience for men.
    • http://site.nomas.org/tenets/ Pro feminist site wanting fathers to spend more time with their children, and enhancing men's lives.
    • It successfully overturned laws that discriminate against men
      As gender discrimination became more and more of a popular topic of discussion in the 1970s, people began noticing traces of unequal treatment in other aspects of American law.In 1976, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled it was unconstitutional to treat women and men differently under the law. The case, Craig v. Boren, was filled by a plaintiff in Oklahoma over its gender-specific drinking age policy, which prohibited men from drinking before age 21, but allowed women to drink when as young as 18. This implied that men are inherently more reckless and women are more responsible. After the law was struck down, the drinking age became 21 for all.


    • It made life a little easier for single men.

      Over the course of their lengthy legal careers, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her husband joined forces only once, to advocate for single men. The case, Moritz v. Commissioner, challenged the fact that not all men could request dependent care deductions. Although tax deductions were given to women, widowers and divorced men, single males slipped through the cracks. Ending this discriminatory policy was one of Ginsburg's many victories using the 14th Amendment to end the enshrinement of gender discrimination into law.


    • It expanded the possibility of more sexy time opportunities.

      Last time I checked, men enjoy sex, and many of them enjoy having sex with women. The sexual revolution affected women as well as men: It gave women the ability to pursue sexual activities much more freely, which naturally altered sexual dynamics in this country. If more dudes knew that women's ability to have sex with them was dependant on the accessibility of birth control, maybe everyone would stop calling it a "woman's issue."


    • It triggered the FBI to change the definition of rape to include men. (yes we need this in the uk also)
      Did you know that until recently, the FBI's definition of rape was as old-fashioned as the horse and buggy? That is, until feminist activists decided to change that. Thanks to the "Rape Is Rape" campaign launched by the Feminist Majority Foundation and Ms. magazine, more than 160,000 emails were sent to the FBI pressuring it to change its archaic definition of rape. The old definition, "carnal knowledge of a female forcibly and against her will," hadn't been changed since 1921. It meant that many types of sexual assaults, including the rape of men, weren't counted as part of the bureau's annual Uniform Crime Report.


    • When the decision was announced, then-VP and General Counsel of the Feminist Majority Foundation Kim Gandy said, "This is a major policy change and will dramatically impact the way rape is tracked and reported nationwide."
      The new definition now includes all forms of penetration and no longer excludes men.
    • It helped male survivors of violence in the military pursue justice.

      Despite the fact that most of the concerted efforts to eradicate sexual assault in the military has come from female politicians such as Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) and Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.), laws intended to curb sexual assault affect men just as much as women. Women may be more likely to be raped by a fellow soldier than be killed through enemy combat, but overall the majority of military sexual assault victims are male. That's why organizations like Male Survivor or Men Can End Rape are so important, to make sure that men have a chance to make their voices heard.


      It ensured that the burden of war doesn't only fall on male shoulders.

      When the U.S. Department of Defense decided to end the discriminatory policy of banning women from combat roles in the military, it didn't only help female soldiers, it benefitted their male peers too. Allowing women on the front lines in 2013 opened up 237,000 military jobs that were previously off-limits to females, which gave relief to the male members of the military. Charles Clymer, a PolicyMic columnist and army veteran, said that everyone benefits from women entering combat roles.
      "When we do this, we're doubling our potential for greatness in military leadership, instead of limiting ourselves by eliminating half of our available talent. Further, studies have shown that mixed-gender units demonstrate smarter thinking," he told PolicyMic.
      Moreover, Clymer believes this takes some pressure off men. "Because 85% of our military is male, this reduces an unfair burden placed on men to take on dangerous assignments for our national security. Feminists have always recognized the injustice of drafting only men, and as a man and veteran, that shows me they are just as much about men as they do women," he said.
      It kept prisons safer for male inmates.

      Anti-sexual violence efforts don't just benefit women, they often provide accountability and services for male victims of rape as well. The Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003, spearheaded by prominent feminist activist Lovisa Stannow, advocated for the 200,000 inmates who are sexually abused in U.S. prisons and jails every year, most of whom are men. The organization she heads, Just Detention International, also helped draft and get the bill through Congress.


    Read lots more examples here: http://www.policymic.com/articles/88...-place-for-men

    So the next time someone asks you what feminism has done for men, it'll probably happen within the hour on this forum, you can just post this handy list and shut them up. You're welcome. =]
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    (Original post by WocWarrior)
    What about the menz though? What about the group that has never had any power throughout the entire history of civilization to help their own gender? Will someone, please anyone, give them the attention they so desperately need. For some men there is only one subject, men. Do they genuinely care about these issues? Probably not, because if they did, they would stop sitting around using these issues as a reason to bash feminists and actually do something about it and join the people doing something about it. Not to mention the outstanding hypocrisy of them demanding women work for their specific issues without showing an ounce of evidence they have ever actively fought for our rights. You ask what feminism did for you, but yet remain silent on what you did for feminism apart from consistently slandering it.

    But for those wondering, here is what feminism has done for men:

    • https://www.thecalmzone.net/about-calm/meet-the-team/ A charity dealing exclusively with male suicide and guess what? The director Jane Powell identifies as a feminist. You care about male mental health issues? Join and help the many charities that deal with these issues, we're not stopping you, I'm encouraging you.
    • The Mask You Live In is a new documentary examining men's issues created by, wait for it, a feminist. http://therepresentationproject.org/...k-you-live-in/
    • The Mankind project, ManKind Project (MKP) is a non-profit, educational organization, with the stated purpose to "support men in leading meaningful lives of integrity, accountability, responsibility, and emotional intelligence."The ManKind Project flies in the face of rigid stereotypes about the "Sensitive New Age Man" AND the "Macho Man". We ask men to go right up to the edge - and beyond - in a culture that seems to be comfortable with mediocrity and passivity from men. MKP serves as the umbrella organization for 43 interdependent centers in eight countries (in four continents).[6] Each center elects its own leadership, and conducts trainings that address men's life issues. As of September 2010, MKP reports that over 43,000 men have participated in their flagship program, the New Warrior Training Adventure. The founders: Bill Kauth had a master’s degree in psychology and was a self-styled feminist therapist.What was in the background of these three men that led them to come together to form the New Warrior Training Adventure? The New Warrior Training is a direct outgrowth of the feminist movement. Feminism in the United States in the 1970s and 1980s asked society to re-evaluate itself and look anew at how it defined the roles of men and women. It was at a feminist forum that Bill Kauth first formed the intention of putting together an experience for men.
    • http://site.nomas.org/tenets/ Pro feminist site wanting fathers to spend more time with their children, and enhancing men's lives.
    • It successfully overturned laws that discriminate against men
      As gender discrimination became more and more of a popular topic of discussion in the 1970s, people began noticing traces of unequal treatment in other aspects of American law.In 1976, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled it was unconstitutional to treat women and men differently under the law. The case, Craig v. Boren, was filled by a plaintiff in Oklahoma over its gender-specific drinking age policy, which prohibited men from drinking before age 21, but allowed women to drink when as young as 18. This implied that men are inherently more reckless and women are more responsible. After the law was struck down, the drinking age became 21 for all.


    • It made life a little easier for single men.

      Over the course of their lengthy legal careers, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her husband joined forces only once, to advocate for single men. The case, Moritz v. Commissioner, challenged the fact that not all men could request dependent care deductions. Although tax deductions were given to women, widowers and divorced men, single males slipped through the cracks. Ending this discriminatory policy was one of Ginsburg's many victories using the 14th Amendment to end the enshrinement of gender discrimination into law.


    • It expanded the possibility of more sexy time opportunities.

      Last time I checked, men enjoy sex, and many of them enjoy having sex with women. The sexual revolution affected women as well as men: It gave women the ability to pursue sexual activities much more freely, which naturally altered sexual dynamics in this country. If more dudes knew that women's ability to have sex with them was dependant on the accessibility of birth control, maybe everyone would stop calling it a "woman's issue."


    • It triggered the FBI to change the definition of rape to include men. (yes we need this in the uk also)
      Did you know that until recently, the FBI's definition of rape was as old-fashioned as the horse and buggy? That is, until feminist activists decided to change that. Thanks to the "Rape Is Rape" campaign launched by the Feminist Majority Foundation and Ms. magazine, more than 160,000 emails were sent to the FBI pressuring it to change its archaic definition of rape. The old definition, "carnal knowledge of a female forcibly and against her will," hadn't been changed since 1921. It meant that many types of sexual assaults, including the rape of men, weren't counted as part of the bureau's annual Uniform Crime Report.


    • When the decision was announced, then-VP and General Counsel of the Feminist Majority Foundation Kim Gandy said, "This is a major policy change and will dramatically impact the way rape is tracked and reported nationwide."
      The new definition now includes all forms of penetration and no longer excludes men.
    • It helped male survivors of violence in the military pursue justice.

      Despite the fact that most of the concerted efforts to eradicate sexual assault in the military has come from female politicians such as Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) and Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.), laws intended to curb sexual assault affect men just as much as women. Women may be more likely to be raped by a fellow soldier than be killed through enemy combat, but overall the majority of military sexual assault victims are male. That's why organizations like Male Survivor or Men Can End Rape are so important, to make sure that men have a chance to make their voices heard.


      It ensured that the burden of war doesn't only fall on male shoulders.

      When the U.S. Department of Defense decided to end the discriminatory policy of banning women from combat roles in the military, it didn't only help female soldiers, it benefitted their male peers too. Allowing women on the front lines in 2013 opened up 237,000 military jobs that were previously off-limits to females, which gave relief to the male members of the military. Charles Clymer, a PolicyMic columnist and army veteran, said that everyone benefits from women entering combat roles.
      "When we do this, we're doubling our potential for greatness in military leadership, instead of limiting ourselves by eliminating half of our available talent. Further, studies have shown that mixed-gender units demonstrate smarter thinking," he told PolicyMic.
      Moreover, Clymer believes this takes some pressure off men. "Because 85% of our military is male, this reduces an unfair burden placed on men to take on dangerous assignments for our national security. Feminists have always recognized the injustice of drafting only men, and as a man and veteran, that shows me they are just as much about men as they do women," he said.
      It kept prisons safer for male inmates.

      Anti-sexual violence efforts don't just benefit women, they often provide accountability and services for male victims of rape as well. The Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003, spearheaded by prominent feminist activist Lovisa Stannow, advocated for the 200,000 inmates who are sexually abused in U.S. prisons and jails every year, most of whom are men. The organization she heads, Just Detention International, also helped draft and get the bill through Congress.


    Read lots more examples here: http://www.policymic.com/articles/88...-place-for-men

    So the next time someone asks you what feminism has done for men, it'll probably happen within the hour on this forum, you can just post this handy list and shut them up. You're welcome. =]

    Just see a doctor. Nice copy and paste job, how did you do it?


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    Just see a doctor. Nice copy and paste job, how did you do it?


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    It looks to be the same guff she posted in the Social Experiment thread. It's difficult to see how "feminism" can lay claim to some of these achievements. OP must think we're stupid. :lol:
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    feminism has never helped men - it has helped women, often in manners that openly discriminate legally against men.
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    It looks to be the same guff she posted in the Social Experiment thread. It's difficult to see how "feminism" can lay claim to some of these achievements. OP must think we're stupid. :lol:
    The threads she's posted on are stupid, she's made herself look a fool, she's like the Martin Luther king of feminism I swear. She must haha!
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    (Original post by WocWarrior)
    • It expanded the possibility of more sexy time opportunities.

      Last time I checked, men enjoy sex, and many of them enjoy having sex with women. The sexual revolution affected women as well as men: It gave women the ability to pursue sexual activities much more freely, which naturally altered sexual dynamics in this country.

    Yes, it expanded the possibility of more sexy time opportunities - for the most desirable men.

    The majority of men now suffer long periods of involuntary celibacy. Once they could expect to marry young virgins after proving themselves as good providers, but now many women spend their youth chasing after the most desirable men and sexually ignoring the rest.

    Of course, once these women are older, less attractive, and have had lots of sexual partners, the less desirable men are told to man up and marry them. :rolleyes:

    Thanks feminism!
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    (Original post by zippity.doodah)
    feminism has never helped men - it has helped women, often in manners that openly discriminate legally against men.
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    Think you are mistaking feminism and feminists. I am sure there are some fantastic level-headed feminists out there who strive to solve injustice faced by men and women (who I would argue are essentially Gender Egalitarians instead), but that doesn't disbar all of the horrific double standards feminism itself has INTROUDCED unto men.

    So let's look at what feminism has actually done for men:
    - Created a society where the rights of the mother exceed the father in almost every single family court (I am talking about born children, not fetuses).
    - Made men feel utterly useless by parading about your "SISTER POWER!! INDEPENDENT WOMEN!!" ideology and is thus leading to a world where male fatherly figures are becoming scarcer and scarcer.
    - Almost driven men completely out of the education system in terms of teachers and pupils.
    - Rocketed the suicide rate for men (there was a graph on this I had a while back, no guarantees I'll be able to find it again).
    - Defined a legal system whereby females now get less time for similar crimes.
    - Need I go on?
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    (Original post by WocWarrior)
    What about the menz though? What about the group that has never had any power throughout the entire history of civilization to help their own gender? Will someone, please anyone, give them the attention they so desperately need. For some men there is only one subject, men. Do they genuinely care about these issues? Probably not, because if they did, they would stop sitting around using these issues as a reason to bash feminists and actually do something about it and join the people doing something about it. Not to mention the outstanding hypocrisy of them demanding women work for their specific issues without showing an ounce of evidence they have ever actively fought for our rights. You ask what feminism did for you, but yet remain silent on what you did for feminism apart from consistently slandering it.

    But for those wondering, here is what feminism has done for men:

    • https://www.thecalmzone.net/about-calm/meet-the-team/ A charity dealing exclusively with male suicide and guess what? The director Jane Powell identifies as a feminist. You care about male mental health issues? Join and help the many charities that deal with these issues, we're not stopping you, I'm encouraging you.
    • The Mask You Live In is a new documentary examining men's issues created by, wait for it, a feminist. http://therepresentationproject.org/...k-you-live-in/
    • The Mankind project, ManKind Project (MKP) is a non-profit, educational organization, with the stated purpose to "support men in leading meaningful lives of integrity, accountability, responsibility, and emotional intelligence."The ManKind Project flies in the face of rigid stereotypes about the "Sensitive New Age Man" AND the "Macho Man". We ask men to go right up to the edge - and beyond - in a culture that seems to be comfortable with mediocrity and passivity from men. MKP serves as the umbrella organization for 43 interdependent centers in eight countries (in four continents).[6] Each center elects its own leadership, and conducts trainings that address men's life issues. As of September 2010, MKP reports that over 43,000 men have participated in their flagship program, the New Warrior Training Adventure. The founders: Bill Kauth had a master’s degree in psychology and was a self-styled feminist therapist.What was in the background of these three men that led them to come together to form the New Warrior Training Adventure? The New Warrior Training is a direct outgrowth of the feminist movement. Feminism in the United States in the 1970s and 1980s asked society to re-evaluate itself and look anew at how it defined the roles of men and women. It was at a feminist forum that Bill Kauth first formed the intention of putting together an experience for men.
    • http://site.nomas.org/tenets/ Pro feminist site wanting fathers to spend more time with their children, and enhancing men's lives.
    • It successfully overturned laws that discriminate against men
      As gender discrimination became more and more of a popular topic of discussion in the 1970s, people began noticing traces of unequal treatment in other aspects of American law.In 1976, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled it was unconstitutional to treat women and men differently under the law. The case, Craig v. Boren, was filled by a plaintiff in Oklahoma over its gender-specific drinking age policy, which prohibited men from drinking before age 21, but allowed women to drink when as young as 18. This implied that men are inherently more reckless and women are more responsible. After the law was struck down, the drinking age became 21 for all.
    • It made life a little easier for single men.

      Over the course of their lengthy legal careers, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her husband joined forces only once, to advocate for single men. The case, Moritz v. Commissioner, challenged the fact that not all men could request dependent care deductions. Although tax deductions were given to women, widowers and divorced men, single males slipped through the cracks. Ending this discriminatory policy was one of Ginsburg's many victories using the 14th Amendment to end the enshrinement of gender discrimination into law.
    • It expanded the possibility of more sexy time opportunities.

      Last time I checked, men enjoy sex, and many of them enjoy having sex with women. The sexual revolution affected women as well as men: It gave women the ability to pursue sexual activities much more freely, which naturally altered sexual dynamics in this country. If more dudes knew that women's ability to have sex with them was dependant on the accessibility of birth control, maybe everyone would stop calling it a "woman's issue."
    • It triggered the FBI to change the definition of rape to include men. (yes we need this in the uk also)
      Did you know that until recently, the FBI's definition of rape was as old-fashioned as the horse and buggy? That is, until feminist activists decided to change that. Thanks to the "Rape Is Rape" campaign launched by the Feminist Majority Foundation and Ms. magazine, more than 160,000 emails were sent to the FBI pressuring it to change its archaic definition of rape. The old definition, "carnal knowledge of a female forcibly and against her will," hadn't been changed since 1921. It meant that many types of sexual assaults, including the rape of men, weren't counted as part of the bureau's annual Uniform Crime Report.
    • When the decision was announced, then-VP and General Counsel of the Feminist Majority Foundation Kim Gandy said, "This is a major policy change and will dramatically impact the way rape is tracked and reported nationwide."
      The new definition now includes all forms of penetration and no longer excludes men.
    • It helped male survivors of violence in the military pursue justice.

      Despite the fact that most of the concerted efforts to eradicate sexual assault in the military has come from female politicians such as Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) and Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.), laws intended to curb sexual assault affect men just as much as women. Women may be more likely to be raped by a fellow soldier than be killed through enemy combat, but overall the majority of military sexual assault victims are male. That's why organizations like Male Survivor or Men Can End Rape are so important, to make sure that men have a chance to make their voices heard.


      It ensured that the burden of war doesn't only fall on male shoulders.

      When the U.S. Department of Defense decided to end the discriminatory policy of banning women from combat roles in the military, it didn't only help female soldiers, it benefitted their male peers too. Allowing women on the front lines in 2013 opened up 237,000 military jobs that were previously off-limits to females, which gave relief to the male members of the military. Charles Clymer, a PolicyMic columnist and army veteran, said that everyone benefits from women entering combat roles.
      "When we do this, we're doubling our potential for greatness in military leadership, instead of limiting ourselves by eliminating half of our available talent. Further, studies have shown that mixed-gender units demonstrate smarter thinking," he told PolicyMic.
      Moreover, Clymer believes this takes some pressure off men. "Because 85% of our military is male, this reduces an unfair burden placed on men to take on dangerous assignments for our national security. Feminists have always recognized the injustice of drafting only men, and as a man and veteran, that shows me they are just as much about men as they do women," he said.
      It kept prisons safer for male inmates.

      Anti-sexual violence efforts don't just benefit women, they often provide accountability and services for male victims of rape as well. The Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003, spearheaded by prominent feminist activist Lovisa Stannow, advocated for the 200,000 inmates who are sexually abused in U.S. prisons and jails every year, most of whom are men. The organization she heads, Just Detention International, also helped draft and get the bill through Congress.

    Read lots more examples here: http://www.policymic.com/articles/88...-place-for-men

    So the next time someone asks you what feminism has done for men, it'll probably happen within the hour on this forum, you can just post this handy list and shut them up. You're welcome. =]
    Your first paragraph pretty much sums up what's wrong with modern day feminism. Writing that sort of confrontational bile just makes it almost impossible to get your message across. Seriously. Try and see solving issues faced by both genders as a cooperative rather than "menz" and "wimminz" against each other.

    Aside from that, this list is impressive and I have a new-found respect for these people within feminism. Maybe if you showed a bit of respect to the people you aimed this post at they wouldn't instantly reject what was in reality quite a positive message.
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    Yes, it expanded the possibility of more sexy time opportunities - for the most desirable men.

    The majority of men now suffer long periods of involuntary celibacy. Once they could expect to marry young virgins after proving themselves as good providers, but now many women spend their youth chasing after the most desirable men and sexually ignoring the rest.

    Of course, once these women are older, less attractive, and have had lots of sexual partners, the less desirable men are told to man up and marry them. :rolleyes:

    Thanks feminism!
    I think this post sums up what all of the internet hate towards feminism is based on.

    And it also tells you the characteristics of the group that hate feminism: men that are at the bottom of the sexual selection food chain.

    Also a clue as to why in real life you rarely hear men going on about feminism but on the internet there is a subgroup that go on about it repeatedly: its because that group of men at the bottom spend their lives complaining about things online.
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    (Original post by MagicNMedicine)
    I think this post sums up what all of the internet hate towards feminism is based on.

    And it also tells you the characteristics of the group that hate feminism: men that are at the bottom of the sexual selection food chain.

    Also a clue as to why in real life you rarely hear men going on about feminism but on the internet there is a subgroup that go on about it repeatedly: its because that group of men at the bottom spend their lives complaining about things online.
    You've been a member for nearly 9 years and you have nearly 10k posts to your name. :facepalm2:
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    (Original post by WocWarrior)
    But for those wondering, here is what feminism has done for men:
    Wonderful post
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    (Original post by Feminism)
    Wonderful post
    Oh yes isn't it just)) now we can all shut men up))) so fun)) WOMEN UNITED lol go femininiminomininininsm


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    It makes sense that as patriarchy is defeated, men benefit.
    Patriarchy demands that men are 'strong' and 'brave' all of the time, which will prevent them from speaking out when they are hurt, assaulted, prevents them from talking about how they feel, for instance in circumstances of domestic violence.

    I did have a really good link with lots more Info but it's late, will try and post later.
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    (Original post by buchanan700)
    It makes sense that as patriarchy is defeated, men benefit.
    Patriarchy demands that men are 'strong' and 'brave' all of the time, which will prevent them from speaking out when they are hurt, assaulted, prevents them from talking about how they feel, for instance in circumstances of domestic violence.

    I did have a really good link with lots more Info but it's late, will try and post later.
    Men are too proud to report it anyway, if it wasn't shamed during the process. But what you're saying is 100%correct


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    (Original post by Jakebarker1605)
    WOMEN UNITED lol go femininiminomininininsm
    You spelled my name wrong.
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    (Original post by MagicNMedicine)
    I think this post sums up what all of the internet hate towards feminism is based on.

    And it also tells you the characteristics of the group that hate feminism: men that are at the bottom of the sexual selection food chain.

    Also a clue as to why in real life you rarely hear men going on about feminism but on the internet there is a subgroup that go on about it repeatedly: its because that group of men at the bottom spend their lives complaining about things online.
    Could just as well say feminist men are all white knights desperate to seek approval from the opposite sex to get in their pants but that's nearly as ridiculous as your post.
 
 
 
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