I just don’t get the hostility towards the men’s rights movement
I’m an MRA, and I simply cannot understand the hate it gets. I think my views are fair and equal. I think I my beliefs make sense, and are in line with equality and fairness for all. But the things I hear people say, the pure hatred the MRM gets, it makes zero sense to me. It’s upsetting and scary and has given me a negative view of society.
Yet again, a girl I matched with on tinder blocked me when I brought it up. I’m glad she did, I see being anti- MRA as a red flag. IMO, the real reason feminists are so bothered and angry by MRAs existing is because they want to be abusive and controlling in relationships. So they hate it when they know a man wouldn’t put up with it, and they hate it when a “white male” dares to have the audacity to see himself as a human being.
Domestic violence against men is one example of what I think is a basic and obvious point of fairness that feminists hate and attack- but why? If you’re against “harmful gender stereotypes”, then why are you against recognizing that male victims exist?
Another thing is circumcision. It’s mutilation and IMO not a debate. The frenulum, ridged band, and meissners corpsucles irreversibly sliced off. But feminists will attack you for even bringing it up, and will constantly defend it or it minimize it by bringing up FGM.Yes, FGM is disgusting and barbaric and has now place in the world. It doesn’t just mutilate women/girls, it’s fatal and kills many women/girls. I know! I acknowledge that.
But how is that a relevant part of circumcision? Why does that mean I shouldn’t be able to talk about it? Would you say “littering doesnt matter because global warming is worse” or “rape doesn’t matter because genocide is worse”? No, because that doesn’t make sense. Why do feminists ALWAYS bring up FGM to “counter” circumcision? As if it’s a “defense?” It’s not.
Feminists are just incapable of making intellectual/logical arguments.
There are so many things that MRAs are right about...the education gap, the unemployment gap, the life expectancy gap, conscription, higher pension ages, homeless men being denied shelter because they aren’t “priority need”...what am I wrong about? What do MRAs say that isn’t true?
I just don’t get it.