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Finally a feminist acknowledged what men's rights movement is really about. Cassie Jaye describes her journey from being a feminist to coming to terms with MRAs, mentioning the flaws feminists have in understanding them.

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April 1, 2020

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Title Finally a feminist acknowledged what men's rights movement is really about. Cassie Jaye describes her journey from being a feminist to coming to terms with MRAs, mentioning the flaws feminists have in understanding them.
Author itsalexcl
Upvotes 144
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Date 01 April 2020 05:39 AM UTC (9 months ago)
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[–]poorbanishedoneofeve20 points21 points  (0 children) | Copy

So glad to see this. I acknowledge that Men have gotten a bad rap for so long. Being honest, you have men who are pond scum but not all men are like that. You have women who are pond scum but not all women are like that. I applaud her.

[–]baronmad17 points18 points  (0 children) | Copy

Dont forget she is the enemy of feminists today.

The same for Dr Warren Farrel, he used to be an outspoken feminists, he had seminars and talked alot about the wage gap and how women were being taken advantaged of in society.

Then he got a daughter and said to himself "this is a terrible world for her to grow up in, what can i do?" so he looked into it more and more, and pretty much debunked everything the feminists said, then he became the enemy. Now instead of a ally he was a far right extremist that preached misogyni and was in favor of chaining women to the kitchen, that wanted to destroy women.

Which is the furthest possible thing from the truth, it was his love for his daughter that made him turn around and finally being able to see what was behind it all. Women and men make different choices through life, so we end up at with different things.

Men earn most of the money, but women spend most of the money, which means that many women who found a husband or loving boyfriend got to spend a part of what he made on herself. Men were being oriented to earn money because women (not all) were attracted to men who made more money, and men didnt like to spend that money but women really liked to do it. Isnt that symbiosis of some sort, we work together towards our own common goal first and foremost as a family individually comes at best at a third place after our children are secured, and our family functions well then we can start on ourselves but it always goes like that. If something happens to the family your own projects will get to take a rest for a while because you have something far more important that needs to be fixed first. Maybe your marrige isnt going so well, or one of your kids got into some trouble of some sort. What you want for yourself has to wait untill that problem is sorted out first.

The fact of the matter is we men and women compliment each other very well and we need eachother.

[–]mrmnemonic710 points11 points  (0 children) | Copy

Slightly off-topic but everytime I see her name I get reminded of her interview on one of those Australian morning shows. Andrew O'Keefe was so utterly pathetic and his claim of not having a chance to see her movie yet was so debunked it required a double facepalm before you could start to comprehend what he and his co-host were blabbering on about.

She is doing good work.

[–]RingosTurdFace2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Probably known by most people here, but in case not, as it’s not mentioned in the post, check out here documentary “The Red Pill”.

Contains themes familiar to most of us but it great to see reason and logic avail with someone’s reasoning (especially female) with their feminist beliefs.

[–]skbraaah0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

they shut her down long time ago

[–]LaVekiWi0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

I have missed it could someone tell me her name I want to find out more

[–]itsalexcl[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Cassie jaye

[–]LaVekiWi0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy


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