Is the Men's Rights Movement just as justified to exist as the Women's Rights Movement?

Is the Mens Rights Movement just as justified to exist as the Womens Rights Movement?
Is the Mens Rights Movement just as justified to exist as the Womens Rights Movement?
The MRM in particular consists of a variety of groups and individuals who focus on general social issues and specific government services which adversely impact, or in some cases structurally discriminate against, men and boys. Common topics debated within the men's rights movement include the alleged favor given to women in family law including but not limited to matters such as child custody, alimony and marital property distribution. The movement also concerns itself with parenting, reproduction, suicides, domestic violence against men, circumcision, education, conscription, social safety nets, and health policies. The men's rights movement branched off from the men's liberation movement in the early 1970s, with both groups comprising a part of the larger men's movement.

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