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I just read Karen’s orig post from 5 years ago. Wow, so well written and honest. I love how she doesn’t use her gender to define her identity and doesn’t abandon her gender when seeing some of the generalities and differences men and women have.
I will confess I am an in-cel, and it wasn’t until the article about them came out that I even fully realized it. I am now more than ever driven towards the positive influences that are out there, the men and women of the MRM whether they be MGTOW, Badger, Egalitarian or just damn intelligent humans trying to do something good for all of us; help us continue as a species as we overcome this massive barrier we’ve built for ourselves. It’s okay though, because sometimes the strongest bridges begin as barriers.