men's rights activists
The Mayfair Theatre's co-owner says he cancelled 'The Red Pill' because of the event's hateful hosts—not because of the film's content.
It's a twist that everyone saw coming.
Prominent MRA activists like Roosh V know that many young white men feel a voyeuristic pleasure in imagining the weight of oppression upon them—because that way they don't have to deal with the truth.
They call themselves Men Going Their Own Way and they dislike feminism so much they are grabbing their balls and going home.
They say Luke Howard's instructional videos for other would-be "daygamers" are simply harassment.
The unlikely romance novelist says today's straight guys are embarrassing and should be more like gay men—and that his book will show them how.
"If you scratch the surface and look past the veneer of equality, they're scary people with scary ideas," said the pseudonymous activist Emma R.
It's not hard to see that libertarians and MRAs are two sides of the same reactionary coin.
Aaron Clarey runs a blog called Captain Capitalism, and doesn't want his action movies to "contain some damn political lecture or moray about feminism, SJW-ing, and socialism."
Men's rights activists are upset about the province's new sexual violence campaign, which we all could have predicted.
There's an ongoing debate about the merits of "menstrual leave"—basically, getting a few extra sick days for when you're on the rag.