Websites pertaining to social justice have exposed their contempt for Men's Rights Activists by blindly attacking anyone who doesn't share their views on feminism and labeling them as MRAs to fit their anti-male agenda.
In the process, they tarnish the reputation of actual MRAs.
There has been some opposition to the role of female characters in the new Mad Max film – Mad Max: Fury Road because of the role of strong female characters.
If you were going off reports from Buzzfeed, Jezebel, and Salon , you'd think the opposition was from Men's Rights Activists. This is incorrect.
Websites citing 'Return of Kings' as MRA opposition to Mad Max couldn't be more wrong.
The blogger responsible for the 'Return of Kings' article, Aaron Clarey, has even said he isn't a Men's Rights Activist in a YouTube video.
In addition, the 'about' section of the website makes no mention of men's rights.
On Jezebel, an article titled 'I showered in MRA tears this morning' says, “On the popular MRA site Return of Kings, vlogger Aaron Clarey opined that he’d been “tricked” into anticipating “what is guaranteed to be nothing more than feminist propaganda” that has “ruined and rewritten” the Mad Max franchise.”
Maybe if sites like Jezebel would spend more time researching instead of blindly attacking anyone they think is a Men's Rights Activist they'd be taken seriously. Alas, this isn't the case.
Then again, how can anyone look a website that posts headlines such as “I showered in MRA tears this morning” and have even an ounce of respect for it?