|Like this guy, only fighting feminism.|
It's a silly criticism, given that most of my posts so far have dealt not with anonymous commenters, but with MRA bloggers and others with a history in the MRM, including some fairly prominent names. And the posts I make based on comments on MRA sites? They show what is considered acceptable discourse in the MRM, demonstrating the casual misogyny of all too many MRAs, which all too often goes unchallenged by other MRAs.
But let's, for a second, pretend all the critiques are true. I ask you, all the MRAs who read this blog: if I'm unfairly picking on nobodies, who are the somebodies I should be focusing on? If I'm focusing on "fringe elements," websites or forums that don't really represent the MRM, where are the websites and forums I should be looking at?
This isn't a rhetorical question. It's a challenge: I'm inviting you to post the names of blogs, websites, online manifestos, etc. that in your opinion represent the best that the MRM has to offer. Heck, even individual blog posts are fair game here. Books too. Post them in the comments below, with links if possible, and with a short statement explaining why you like that blog, forum, book, whatever.
Note: I feel compelled to add one further point, because I know what will happen if I don't. I'm not asking this question because I don't actually know of any MRA "somebodies." I'm asking because, again, I want to know who you guys think are important. I have several dozen blogs and websites in my "enemies list"; I've examined all of them. I'm familiar with Warren Farrell, Christina Hoff Sommers, Paul Nathanson and Katherine Young, Erin Pizzey, and so on and so on. I've read The Misandry Bubble and the "Don't Marry" post. I'm just asking: If I'm focusing on sites and people that misrepresent the MRM, what sites/people do you think represent you best?