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Benevolent sexism: Feminism as the arbiter of compassion | HBR Talk 119

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Join HBR Talk as we discuss the concept of “benevolent sexism,” and the not so benevolent ways feminists use it to sweep men’s issues under the rug.Wait, is it sexist to associate feminists with something that sounds like housework?Tune in Thursday at 7:30PM EST, 12:30 GMT

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Actually, that question’s not sexist | HBR Talk 117

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Are we allowed to question a person’s relationship to the greater community based on their reputation? Are we still allowed to do that if the person is female? Join HBR Talk as we examine one of the most widespread types of false allegation: Charges of sexism, and how they are used to shut down men’s complaints and shield women, especially feminist women, against equal accountability...

A tale of two feminisms! Dueling narratives on equality | HBR Talk 116

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HBR Talk discusses feminism’s dueling narratives on equality, and their effects on the overall human rights dialogue. How does this affect feminist responses to men’s rights advocacy? Tune in at 7:30PM EST (12:30AM GMT)

HBR Talk discusses feminism’s dueling narratives on equality, and their effects on the overall human rights dialogue.…

#MenAreHuman – HBR Talk 111

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Are men allowed to be human? Feminist narratives on men’s suffering indicate that the answer is “no,” yet feminists think their ideology can address men’s human rights issues. Join HBR Talk at 7:30PM EST as we discuss the dysfunction in these narratives, and why addressing men’s issues must begin with respecting men’s humanity.…

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