Men's rights movement

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Men's rights movement is a movement where men try to improve the lives of men. They focus on many topics such as adoption, male suicide and male homelessness.[1] Just like red pillers, incels, migtows and PUA it is a part of the manosphere.[2]

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  1. Stemple, Lara. "Male rape and human rights." Hastings LJ 60 (2008): 605.
  2. Dragiewicz, Molly, and Ruth M. Mann. "Special edition: Fighting feminism–organised opposition to women’s rights; Guest editors’ introduction." International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 5.2 (2016): 1-5