While male allies are definitely welcome and wanted in the fight for gender equality, their role should be amplifying women’s voices, rather than giving their own speeches.
Women’s Convention Picks Man Who Opposes Identity Politics To Speak On Opening Night
Remy Anne

Having the most popular politician in the US — who also happens to be a decades long outspoken advocate for gender equality — speak at the opening night of the Women’s Convention is exactly what you say you want: a male ally amplifying women’s voices.

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