Men's Rights

A new kind of discussion on gender rights.

What are we really talking about?

by Oneioros Grip

Edited by Sillymod, MRMOd3. There are two things that I’ve frequently seen used in gender-issue debates to try to reframe and de-legitimize examples of men’s issues. Focusing on them and considering their basis or meaning […]

Feb, 16 · in General,Opinion,Social

Resolving the “pay gap”

by Signature

Edited by Oneiorosgrip, MRMod3 The pay gap issue is once again become a central feature of the news thanks to President Obama’s recent state of the union address in which he repeated the statistic that […]

Feb, 06 · in General

Feminism and Antifeminism

Editors: Sillymod, Oneiorosgrip When a lot of people first encounter the Men’s Rights subreddit, they are shocked to find vocal opposition to feminism. For the longest time, “feminist” was synonymous with “egalitarian”, and to people […]

Oct, 11

Feminist/MRM conflict is rooted in feminist ideology and activism.

Editors: Sillymod, MRMod3 This is an addition to the conversation started by the post, The Men’s Rights Movement versus the Feminist Movement… Necessary conflict? One commenter asked, “Why does there have to be a conflict?” […]

Oct, 02

Is there room for a dialogue on consent and rape?

Editors: MRMod3, Oneiorosgrip This article was inspired in part by the discussion on a recent Joe Rogan podcast with Stefan Molyneux, and also by the recent controversy regarding the “Don’t be that guy/girl” poster campaigns. […]

Sep, 29

The Men’s Rights Movement versus the Feminist Movement… Necessary conflict?

Editors: Signature, Oneiorosgrip The gender rights debates primarily have four (non-exclusive) movements, each with their own subgroupings. The primaries are: the feminist movement, the traditionalist movement, the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, Queer) movement, and […]

Sep, 04



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