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|Title||Opioid Crisis: >80% of overdose victims are MALE|
|Date||April 30, 2021 4:41 PM UTC (8 months ago)|
In 2017, men worked 56% of all hours and earned 56% of all income. Women worked 44% of all hours and earned 44% of all income.
March 5, 2020
"If rape laws were gender neutral then men would falsely accuse women of rape" -- a discussion I had with a feminist.
September 2, 2020
If feminists actually believed in the theory behind toxic masculinity, they would support the men's rights movement. MRAs are giving men a voice and a safe space to express themselves.
December 14, 2020
Most feminists are radical feminists by the literal dictionary definition of radical feminism: "the belief that society functions as a patriarchy in which men oppress women"
May 5, 2021
The idea that women are "bigger victims" than men is a harmful, antiquated gender norm that promotes toxic ideas in society
December 27, 2020
72% of deaths from working too much are men. This is in addition to the workplace mortality rate of ~92%. Working too much causes heart problems and strokes, two of the biggest killers in men. Even more men are dying from stress related cardiovascular problems during COVID-19. (Source: WHO)
May 21, 2021
During the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge, hundreds of men worked below the East River, and many died from decompression sickness. What people like to talk about is that a woman was the chief engineer (in 1869), despite men still doing all the dirty and dangerous work at the literal bottom.
August 10, 2021
The APA discovered that "many men report experiencing gender bias in therapy" and "investigations have identified systemic gender bias toward adult men in psychotherapy". They then ignored their own findings and pursued a victim blaming narrative instead, thus further pushing men away from therapy.
April 14, 2021
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