Feminist theory, even in radical form, already assumes a concern for men and boys that is and should be obvious.
Hi Jordan Bray, thanks for the mention.

But it is not, and this aspect is not practiced nor enforced in the greater community. Which is essentially my point. You could reframe my argument to be a call for feminism to return to its true stated principles, but I think in the end both are simply different ways of framing the same thing.

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