The men’s rights movement is a very serious problem, according to the Institute of Family Studies… very serious indeed. Writer Ari David Blaff explains following an in-depth investigation into the issues our movement exists to address, and the variety of organizations involved in addressing them, and our differing methods.
Oh, wait, no, he didn’t. He made no effort to learn about the movement at all, then wrote an op-ed with no supporting evidence in it. Tune in Thursday, March 9, at 7:30 PM EST to hear HBR Talk discuss the article, as well as the site’s about page. Check out the dropdown menu at the top of this page for viewing and listening options.
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