Originally posted on Unmasking Feminism:
Let’s zero in on that last paragraph. When I dipped my toes into the manosphere five years ago it was a largely a group of men looking to reassert their authority, take back what belongs to them, and not let the “little woman” get her way. This was attractive and something to support from the sidelines; just as men support revivals of femininity from the sidelines. Since that time, there has been a slow fade of men acquiescing to “let the little woman do it” philosophy. They like to talk about authority, about being leaders, but in the safe world of comboxes where postulating theories and hypotheticals seem to be equivalent to gaining real experience.
A Voice for Men (AVfM) is the best example of succumbing to the “let the little woman do it” philosophy. They even admit, “At this point there are far too many women involved in the men’s movement…
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