Cassie Jaye’s presentation at the Institute of Noetic Sciences. A ‘must watch’ video.

Excellent (22:24).

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About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • William Gruff

    I can never react to these rare female forays into maturity and compassion with the the delirium too many men readily fall into, although naturally I welcome them. She’s to be commended for realising that she needed to grow up but I was struck by the irony, one of many in the speech, of a woman, presumably one who prided herself on her empathy, not listening to the men she had asked to speak to her frankly and I think it far from cause for celebration that the issue of men’s rights seems to be gaining exposure and acceptance more from the efforts of a few poacher turned game keeper former feminists than from the efforts of the army of men who have been campaigning for decades without getting very far.

    I hope she makes some hard hitting investigative documentaries on specific issues affecting men.

    • Groan

      So do I hope she does.
      I think we have to be realistic about this too. Women are in the driving seat on “gender issues” because men generally let them be so. Of course the reason is pretty easy to see as western society is built on a deep seated belief in care for children and women. As she points out Warren Farrell was early into the fray, but he has spent decades shut out by women and their very many “white knights”.
      In all my lifetime and even now all the societal leadership institutions have been and are dominated, numerically by males. It is this male leadership that has so frequently answered feminists calls for law policy and funding. The clearest evidence that “the Patriarchy” doesn’t exist is the alacrity with which men in leadership have acted to do away with it! I know it is deeply unpalatable but the truth is that the voices of women are vital at this stage. Because people, least of all men in general, will listen to men on these issues.
      I wish it were not so but I see few signs men general will see each other as brothers. For a while I worked with a tiny charity trying to support men in the 1990s, what struck me then was the majority of men would be referred by partners, siblings, mothers or grandmothers. It was a huge lesson in our vulnerability as we put immense trust in women to “manage” our emotional lives. When I first read Dr Farrell (when young and thought myself in destructible )I thought his observations typical California stuff. Over the years I have learned the wisdom of his observations.
      Of course all of us should try to be heard and no one’s contribution is futile and many are heroic, and that includes the women.