Well, I have a small son, so I actually make an effort to try to help him have a more fair…
Eve Moran
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If you’re truly interested, i would suggest watching the film The Red Pill. It was filmed by a feminist filmmaker and focuses on the men’s rights movement. Wikipedia has a good breakdown of issues of concern.

Male suicide rates, workplace fatalities, false allegations of rape, military conscription, lack of services for male victims of domestic violence and rape, higher rates of violent victimization, issues concerning divorce and child custody, disparity in criminal sentencing, disproportionate funding and research on men’s health issues, educational inequality, societal tolerance of misandry, and men’s lack of reproductive rights.

Karen Straughan is a female men’s rights advocate that does an excellent job of breaking down the issues in a historical and data-driven manner. She has dozens of videos on YouTube.

And this is also one reason I support #blacklivesmatter. White women are overwhelmingly less likely to experience police brutality.

True. However, they’re also dramatically less likely to commit the crimes that instigate most of the confrontations with police in the first place.

This is something I spend a lot of time thinking about.

I applaud that, sincerely. You’re putting in effort and actually engaging when someone disagrees with you, that’s a true rarity on this site. I’m more than happy to discuss any topics with you.

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