Equality means equality for everyone.
1.The Red Pill premieres in Canada! Much of the coverage was open minded and fair, including these two articles in English and French media.
Open minds needed, not closed ears (Editorial, Ottawa Sun)
“C’est un documentaire fouillé, bourré de statistiques, qui cherche tout simplement à donner la parole à des hommes… sans pour autant être un réquisitoire contre les femmes.”
“We know that, in general, men are more reluctant to seek health services, especially mental health, because of the stigmas attached,” she said. “We need to pay attention to the physical health and mental health of single dads in the same way we do with single moms.”
7. The Ryerson Student Union (RSU) denied ratification to the Ryerson Men’s Issues Awareness Society. When criticized, the RSU President told the Ryersonian student newspaper that RSU executives received death threats from CAFE. The Ryersonian published these bogus and unsubstantiated claims. Under pressure from CAFE, The Ryersonian finally investigated, ultimately concluding that they had been lied to by the RSU, stating in an email to CAFE that RSU executives “seem to have fabricated some of what they told our reporter.”
The Ryersonian was forced to publish a correction, but they declined to call out the RSU for lying to the student newspaper and instead continued publishing similar claims without investigating their veracity.
From accusations of sexism against so-called “Bernie Bros” to Madeleine Albright’s comments that “there’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women,” to Donald Trump’s inexcusably sexist language and the unfortunate way this was used by both his supporters and opponents to suggest all men engage in such unacceptable “locker room talk.”