Recently illustrator Shea Strauss, and writer for College Humor, Willie Muse, worked together to create a series illustrations about the Men's Rights Movement. Titled "Great Figures Of The Men's Rights Movement", the series features 6 different figures who fight for men's rights like true heroes.


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From Charles "Sully" Sulzman, who combined a mesh top with a cap forever changing the bro style, to Greg "G-Money" Beckford, who forced organizers of an all girls beer pong tournament let him play - prepare to be inspired. Check out these truly inspirational figures below and don't forget to vote!

More info: Willie Muse | Shea Strauss (h/t)

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Daria B 6 months ago

He was very rude and inconsiderate (how did he know that she "decided" to have sex?), but he has a point. Although it's true that many, if not most, people don't give their seats to those who might need it more due to some general shyness besides not caring or simple discomfort, it is also true thay you never know how that healthy looking person on the seat actually feels. Besides that, those who told him to stand up for the lady could have done the same for her instead. Also I too agree that the (in)famous "women's priviledges" are tricky and a bit sexist towards both men amd women. Having said that I'd lie if I'd say I don't enjoy when someone actually performs instances of those priviledges towards me. ^_^"

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Ashlyn Taylor 6 months ago

It's history but from a woman's point of view there already is a men's history class cause in regular history class it's mostly men

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Vanessa 6 months ago

Well he's right, by organizing event in which only girls are allowed, you accept the fact girls and boys should be separated.

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Daria B 6 months ago

Ironically, world-widely best known, for example, Italian high fashion brands were mostly started by men, so.... (Versace, Armani etc.)

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Ashlyn Taylor 6 months ago

I agree with the woman, he isn't the victim here, he should treat woman with more respect and it doesn't matter if she's hot or not

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