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How inspiring to see this review of “Men on Strike” in the Missouri Standard by Amber Duran:

Is there an answer to how to fix these issues and sustain true equality for all genders? Maybe, maybe not. It certainly isn’t a simple fix.

I simply propose that we think about the men too.

Women should have rights but so should men and neither one should be at an advantage or taken for granted.

The laws of this country are for men and women and justice is a right of both genders.

Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, “injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”

And in our country’s very own Pledge of Allegiance we recite, “with liberty and justice for all.”

Indeed, for all.

It gives me hope that there are thinking women in this country who care what happens to men and boys and not just their own gender.

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> It gives me hope that there are thinking women in this country who
> care what happens to men and boys and not just their own gender.

Well, that's the problem: women are the *caring* sex, not the *doing* sex.

At what point does Pottery Barn justice -- women/feminism broke it, they bought it, so they can fix it. -- kick in?

A: Never. There's no instance in all of recorded history of women banding together to liberate (their) men from tyranny or slavery or war or anything else. They're always on *the other side*. I don't see anything being different this time around.

A woman's "advantage over men is her total disregard of 'some God of Abstract Justice' to which men are unable to be indifferent."
- Harry Mansfield
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