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The men's issues discussion has been sorely held back by counterproductive tribalism. We're building a new dialogue on the real issues facing men through positivity, inclusiveness, and solutions-building.
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At the most basic level, men's rights are the legal rights that are granted to men. However, any issue that pertains to men's relationship to society is also a topic suitable for this subreddit. Men's rights are influenced by the way men are perceived by others. There is the issue of language which can denigrate or elevate. The forces that oppose men's rights are also a topic for discussion. r/MensRights has been here since March 19, 2008.
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