Religion pundits build antifeminist backlash by deploring men's lot

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martin dufresne
Religion pundits build antifeminist backlash by deploring men's lot

The Vancouver Sun religion columnist is currently embracing the tired cliché that men are aggrieved by TV ads and other cultural representations. He does so using the work of two McGill University Religious Studies professors who have been getting loads of public funds in recent years to deploy an antifeminist politic, based on the notion of "misandry."

Feel free to join me in the Vancouver Sun's Comments section, displacing the usual lot of pitchfork-waving misogynists.

Critics disagree with the "poor men" meme. Nancy Lewis-Horne, for instance, takes apart Nathanson & Young's passeist moral lament.