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I absolutely despise when men try to act like feminism is hatred towards men. Or when they somehow act like the patriarchy isn’t a thing and that men have violence perpetrated against them just as often. It’s inconceivable to me that anyone can be so ignorant that they truly believe that it’s unfair for women to be afraid of men. 

I’ve been seeing some male friends expressing thoughts like this, and it makes me cringe and question my entire friendship with them. 

Reblogged from bigmouthsucksagain  38,116 notes


what saying “not all men” actually does:

  • refuses to acknowledge that gender violence happens too often
  • takes the focus off the men who are violent and/or misogynistic
  • refuses to acknowledge that even good guys can enable the problem
  • makes the conversation about men and semantics instead of the epidemic levels of violence against women

what saying “not all men” does not do:

  • reveal a fascinating new insight that we didn’t know