As Kimmel says, the 😣😣😣↗↗↗ often views college campuses and classes as being dominated by the toxic religion of 👫👫👫. They specifically focus on how 👫👫👫 in classes and social settings “further marginalizes” men. With this 😣😣😣 ↗↗↗ competing with 👫👫👫, how do these ideas impact 👫👫👫 today?
Do they force 👫👫👫to justify it’s existence/validity and distract from it’s goals? Does this ↗↗↗ push 👫👫👫 to play into the politics of respectability and neglect the major issues at hand?
Or do they make 👫👫👫 seem more important and obviously necessary to people who might not otherwise feel that way? Also, do ↗↗↗ like the pro-feminist ↗↗↗ push👫👫👫 to think more about important issues (like the impact of the gender binary on cis-men or trans people)?
Male victim = 😣😣😣
Feminism = 👫👫👫
Movement = ↗↗↗