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Most Helpful Girl
yes i do... don't know why i wouldn't1
Most Helpful Guy
I support the idea of egalitarianism.1
I don't think white men or men in general are missing any rights in particular.
Other than the right to say if a fetus can be terminated. You shouldn't sleep with someone without knowing the risks of the woman getting pregnant. And know she has the right to terminate a child if she wishes not to carry it.
If the idea of that bothers men too much, don't sleep with someone with different moral as such or don't sleep around.
If guys are having one night stands they probably don't care too much about that anyways. If you are with your girlfriend and having sex know the risks and share the same belief on abortion or make damn sure you don't get her pregnant.
Yes, I do. But just as I disregard the opinions of most feminists who are just misandrists in disguise, I ignore the nonsense that comes from many MRAs who are just looking for a method to bitch about women.
Ideally, we could join together and make sure we ALL share the same rights and responsibilities. People of both sexes seem to be clinging to this gender divide, though.
Why wouldn't I?
As long as they kept things really just about men's rights and did not take the oportunity to bash women while at it
Im all for men's rights as long as it is really just about men's rights.
That's totally pointless tho?
I'm legitimately asking here, what would be the purpose? What rights would you be advocating for?
I agree with the concept, not what many of the members actually do. I've argued with countless MRAs from time to time, and they are the most mind baffling upchucked remains of genetic waste humanity has to offer. They'll deem you a 3rd wave feminist for simply not agreeing with their every word, and from that label; they'll then start bringing in topics regarding the gender wage gap that has NOTHING to do with the actual conversation. Fucking degenerates. I thrive on their emasculation. But that being said, if an MRA is actually fighting for male rights, and not just using the title as an excuse to piss on anyone who disagrees with them on a single sentenced YouTube comment, I'm all for it.
I fully support their movement. Women have become a privileged class whose issues have all been resolved. They don't have to sign up for the draft in countries that have it (except in Israel where everyone does), they win the majority of child custody cases by default, they receive lower prison sentences for the same crime, they can have an abortion even if the man wants to keep the baby, on the other hand they can force a man to pay child support if he wanted an abortion and decided to leave instead, they can damage a man's reputation by falsely accusing him of rape with most cases ending in the man's conviction even if he's innocent. Male victims of abuse also don't get the same help as women and are usually ignored and told to man up.
There are so many things to fight for in the name of men's rights, I just mentioned a couple. I wish the MRAs the best since I know their battle isn't a easy one. They get called misogynists simply for the name of their group and their views are often trivialized.
Nope. They moan about how unfair life is while failing to do diddly, tend to be unprincipled oddballs, and seem to have heavy overlap with misogynists like the Neo-Cad movement (as I like to call PUAs) and those Red Pill bozos.
I believe that both genders are able to be contributing members of society in both the public and domestic spheres, though one sphere has to take the spotlight at a time for any given person. I believe in equality before the law in most regards (no draft for women), and in equality of value. By and large, society already has this structure, though maybe the pendulum's swung a little too far in the current direction. I also believe that men are men and women are women, and there is a difference. Men ought to show special respect for women, and women special respect for themselves. Men are society's defenders, women her nourishers. Both can be thinkers, leaders, and planners, but the contributions brought to the table are different. Charles Martel was a great French military figure, so was Joan of Arc, but nobody ever accused them of being interchangeable. So no, I don't believe in the MRA's silly and androgynous society, I believe in a society where men and women have their own pedestals, equally tall, and close enough to hold hands.
Not exactly, no. Men already have all the rights, but I think the issue is dealing with double standards and unfairness with issues. I support guys when legislatures are actually trying make guys sex offenders for sexting but not women, especially if she's the one who sent a naked pic and he didn't. I support guys when feminists are bitching about males being rapists. And I always support fathers struggling in custody cases with dirty mothers using their kids in the middle to get at their dad.
Of course, I do. I've seen men get falsely accused of rape. And I don't like how some women are hypocritical. They claim to be strong and independent women, yet they rely on alimony?
If women want gender equality, I'm good with that, but they need to work as hard as the men and stop expecting the world to give them free things.
Nah. It's not really going to help anyway. We had a really good civilisation for a while and now that civilisation is being destroyed by libtards and their friends from the bullshit brigade with Palpatine as their biggest supporter. I don't care anymore. The future is dead.
US has become strongly anti-white male. If I were starting out, I would change citizenship. I suspect with technology today coupled with mobility that the US will find an outflow of rich people and an inflow of poor given the anti-white, anti-male, and anti-wealth attitude. White flight on a national scale.
I support everyone having rights and I advocate for all.
It's high time men did stand up for their rights. The feminazis have all but destroyed any confidence American men had. That's why so many of us go
abroad to find love. We're not wrong.
Yes, I do.
The problem with stuff like this is it's always right wing nut bags who do the talking so any reason is lost to their wider politics.
Agh, the Coalition for Reason is strong here
Is it the right to pee in an alley? Because the whole "indecent exposure" thing is ridiculous.
im fine with it
I don't support that just like a don't support feminism in the United States.
Omg omg omg to the girls who said "yes" Much love to y'all! :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
I've noticed nearly half of women said. They are such misandrist.