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[Definitions for ‘male feminist’]


Most often, the males who vociferously support feminism fall under the beta positive or beta negative category within the male social hierarchy. They usually patronize the feminist ideology simply to elevate their status in women's eyes, even though stridently feminist men are almost always found explicitly on the internet (similar to the "white knight"). Regardless of the numerous hypocrisies and double-standards endorsed by most sources of feminism, the male feminist will leap to his armchair, a dedicated keyboard warrior, to defend women against the horrible "profanations" and "vulgarities" people make towards the delicate and faint-hearted damsel in distress.

by Chad McIroncock

A person who usually sexually inadequate that invades gender equality politics in order to (attempt poorly) get laid. These people kiss the feet of feminists every day with very little reward reciprocated; in fact they are still seen as privileged assholes by feminists.

Dave is a male feminist, he licked my cum out of his gf's pussy in the name of equality.

by nigarkiller123 

A person who can be often noticed to be upholding topics of severe importance, mostly related to women on the internet, for the very purpose of getting some pussy (sometimes a random hole is sufficient). They can be spotted using the word 'friendzoned' very casually when asked about a girl they were rumored to be crushing on. They are also seen to be contradicting their own words because of extreme abuse of opinions gathered through interaction with people who suffer from stage sixty nine cancer, which in turn affect their ideologies.

by I'm an adult virgin

(n.) a simp.

In Eugene's final attempt to get spare coochie, he has declared himself a male feminist.

by Not Your Neighbour

A man so desperate so to touch the female genitalia that he shows hate towards himself and his own gender.


by SebCrosswel



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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