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Average User Score: 8.5May 1, 2017Considering that this is the first documentary to cover Men's Rights Activists; it does a great job of highlighting some of the oversightsConsidering that this is the first documentary to cover Men's Rights Activists; it does a great job of highlighting some of the oversights endemic to the Feminist Movement. It doesn't set out to lambaste Feminism but to highlight the systematic oppression unique to the male experience; an aspect of our culture that the Feminist Movement has failed to address in their quest for equality.
It tamps several Second Wave Feminists, who have now found themselves alienated by the direction taken by Third and Fourth Wave Feminists, to highlight issues of inequality for each gender. This dovetails well with the journey of the directer, Cassie Jaye, into the world of MRAs, which helps to illustrate the lack of communication that has become prevalent in today's socio-political sphere between in-groups.
While the direction is rather even handed, the lack of follow-up questions to some of the assertions does leave a sense of lacking for a more comprehensive approach to this issue, however it does give an amazing overview of the male paradigm that we normally aren't allowed to hear in today's political discourse.
This introduction into a movement that has garnered very little main-stream media attention is a great chance for those who lack any knowledge of the male experience to sit down and listen to the opposing side as it is articulated by knowledgeable experts within the field.… Expand