Male Victimhood’s Impact on Feminism

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 = ↗↗↗

1 thought on “Male Victimhood’s Impact on Feminism

  1. ocastro

    Men’s Rights Movement obscures the true goal of feminism, which is gender equality. MRM perpetuates a view on feminism as placing women at a higher level than men which results in the oppression of men. This is a misguided view of feminism stemming from loss of hegemony and power.

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