Activists involved with the men’s rights movement may already be familiar with Exposing Feminism’s article, The Catalogue of Anti-Male Shaming Tactics, wherein the writer gives a rundown of several specific types of shaming language feminists have used for years to try to shut down nonfeminist male discussion on men’s issues.
Lately, ideologues opposing men’s issues activism have ramped up the charges of fanaticism, misogyny, and endangerment by exploiting recent political violence as a social battering ram in an attempt to associate advocacy for men with danger to the community.
You’ve heard a variety of political positions labeled “alt-right.” Now, meet the ctrl-left, the authoritarian collectivist end of the “progressive” or “identity politics” facet of American politics, whose positions rely on filtering the human rights discussion through the progressive stack.
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