Why isn't there a male's issues subreddit?

To be honest, I'm kind of sick of having this conversation over and over again. Don't take that personally, I really think that you care a lot and I've enjoyed our conversation. Like I said, I really hope you pursue this and inspire others to work on these issues with you. I just made a pact with myself to not have this conversation again because it's exhausting. The complexities of these issues are easy to find, just remember that you'll learn a lot more from a neutral, factual source. Don't depend on r/mensrights to help you understand what feminism fights for, and why it's necessary all over the world, and for heaven's sake don't count on Jezabel as a source for feminist ideas either.

For most issues that you can think of where women are at an advantage, it's because they were moved there from a place of disadvantage. The pendulum swings. I'm not saying it's right, but think of where those issues stood 50 years prior and critically examine the changes. Think for yourself what might have been a better move, and how we can work now to make things truly equal.

There aren't any real classes on men's issues at my school, but I have done my own independent research on this.

I was referring to to college courses. The problem with doing your own research is that you can end up not challenging your biases at all. It's important to learn outside of your own perspectives and really think for yourself.

I'm gonna leave it at that. While I've enjoyed this conversation, it's really showed me that I don't want to have ones like it over text, and I feel like I'm debating the same things over and very again to each person who brings it up.

With all due respect, really, good luck to you! Please continue to think critically about these issues, and remember that we can all win in those together. It doesn't have to be a game of who's got it worse. I'm with you and paying attention to these same issues.

/r/OneY Thread Parent