men's rights activists
A conversation with Philipp Tanzer, a.k.a. "Logan McCree."
From "feminist witch hunts" to a bunch of speakers arguing that men have it worse than women.
Why do men like these so often lust after women like me?
Where have all the pickup artists gone? Have they stopped harassing women? Or are they underground plotting their next big disruption of a shopping mall near you?
"Women don't really listen to what you have to say and I think that's oppression. I'm exercising my right to free speech."
Tyler Durden is a hero to MRAs and pickup artists alike. But how did a 90s film about toxic masculinity come to define the manosphere?
These beta rape-deniers might seem like they're the minority, but if 2016 has taught us anything it's that the previously ignored are beginning to wield the most power.
These men need a support group more than they need a movement.
To understand more about what’s been going on in the world of online feminist bashing, I spoke with David Futrelle, who has tracked anti-feminism and the Men’s Rights Movement on his blog We Hunted the Mammoth.
He will mansplain feminism to a biological female. Feminism is equality, he says, which is something he wants desperately. He’s tired of women running the show. He’s tired of being vilified for his sex.
Over the weekend, an offshoot of the American Revolutionary Communist Party organized a series of #YesAllWomen-based rallies in Seattle, New York, Philadelphia, Portland, and San Francisco. The tweets were better.