Today the first men’s march in history was organized by female antifeminist Sydney Watson in Melbourne Australia. Hundreds of supporters men and women marching to support awareness for the human rights needs of men including raising awareness for prostate cancer for men, male suicide, parental alienation, and more. Prostate Cancer UK was there as well.
Hundreds of police officers were necessary to keep antifa and violent feminist protesters away from the men’s rights marchers. Antifa was attacking those trying to attend the march.
The two men the media is highlighting that were arrested were actually male feminist protesters opposing the march showing up with knives.
We have a long way to go in the conversation of men’s rights. It should not be dangerous to support human rights. However, the fact stands, hundreds of people showed up to support awareness and stand for the conversation that men’s rights matter, that men’s lives matter.
The problem with the media is it keep speaking of men’s rights as ‘opposing view’ in regards to women’s rights and it is not. There is so much misconception that must be clarified in the conversation of men’s rights. Also, the conflation of everyone who speaks on men’s rights must be an MRA or part of the MRM [Men’s Rights Movement] or antifeminist or insert any other assertion. Calling people who support men’s rights ‘nazi’s’ is grotesque on many levels. To have the audacity to say the #HumanRights conversation must be inclusive of all human beings, that means Men’s Rights, is not fascism rather the opposite.
I stand by we can all work together. Many more conversations must be had to face this violent blindspot aimed at men. We must face this blindspot as it is costing men. We must open our hearts, the cost is too high.