The Uncommon Man

March 01, 2006

Feminist-Men And Their Place in Feminism

I believe a great question that men can ask themselves, is the one posed on the website below - "Is there a place for feminist-men in Feminism? I also believe there is a place. I think that this blog and the organizations that support it: Men's Resources International and the Men's Resource Center for Change (and affiliated organizations around the world) are testimony to the place for men in Feminism. Below is a post about a man considering this question and then a response on another weblog from a feminist-woman.

via Mind on Fire - Is There A Place For Feminist-Men in Feminism?

via Self-Portrait As - Is Feminism A Women-Only Movement?

Posted by Russell at March 1, 2006 08:45 AM


i think u will find this of (relevant) interest:

Posted by: ricia_pd at March 22, 2006 10:50 PM

Thank you for the head's up....

Posted by: Russell at March 23, 2006 09:42 AM

Male feminists are usually from single mother households where mother man bashed the men in her life, and vented to the boys.

Usually mother angry she is left alone with children, then uses emotional battery to make boys submissive to her. Usually boys are stronger than their mother by age 8-10.

I've seen 13 year old boys hold their mother on the ground, after she told them no more drinking in the house, and no more girlfriends spending the night.

Posted by: Verlch at April 6, 2006 04:05 PM

Perhaps this is the story for some male feminists, but I, personally, work with and am friends with a quite a few male feminists. And, I know their childhood stories. None fit the description that you suggest.

Posted by: Russell at April 7, 2006 02:09 PM

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