The Worst of the Men's Right Movement and Why We Still Need Feminism
This persuasive essay points out some of the inconsistencies and falsehoods of the men's rights movement and argues against the necessity of much a movement. Using information from the book "Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town" and the article "Mad Men - Inside the Men's Rights Movement" the author details some of the founding principles of this movement and the particularly problematic claim on the part of these groups that many rape claims are fabricated. The author provides substantial evidence to the contrary and offers an alternative narrative to consider.
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