July 16, 2017

The Red Pill: Opening up debate to include a voice for men and fathers

Holly NicholasRebel Commentator

The Red Pill, the film that documents feminist Cassie Jaye’s journey into the men’s rights movement, was deemed controversial thanks to vocal complaints by feminists and SJWs and as a result, screenings have been shut down in venues across the globe. 

The film became a target because it addresses some of the uncomfortable realities that many people aren’t aware of when it comes to men’s issues, including high suicide rates and unfair judgements for fathers in our legal system.

Even though it's now available on DVD, public screenings are still taking place so The Rebel took the opportunity to speak with attendees at the recent Edmonton event to ask why they thought it was so important to see the movie.

Those we spoke with included one father that had to go all the way to Thailand to get custody of his children.

Watch my video for their story and other interesting reactions and observations from some of the attendees.

The film carries a powerful message that is at odds with status quo views on gender issues and helps address the stigma surrounding men’s issues, a large part of the reason many people are still flocking to see the film.  

If you’re interested in picking up a copy, or streaming the film it is now available on DVD for purchase at www.theredpillmovie.com.

At this site, you’ll also find details of where the film is playing so be sure to check to see if there’s an upcoming screening in your area.

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commented 2017-07-16 22:32:52 -0400
The actions of SJWs and Third Wave feminists turn off many people and drive away the most reasonable out there because their tactics don’t leave much room for debate.. It’s a shake your head affair and a real shame as the Red Pill is a documentary that should be seen..

Most I think are turned off by the ever increasing ideas of victimhood across the spectrum and being in this or that group… The documentary doesn’t really try to portray men in that way… it just shows the dual standards and the statistics which most of us are well aware of (on some level..) It’s not a activist type film and it’s not trying to make you choose a side. A fair a approach as division is never the way to go.
commented 2017-07-16 22:20:05 -0400
I will order the Red Pill.

It is troubling how many venues cancelled public viewing of this documentary.
commented 2017-07-16 20:58:34 -0400
Men – especially white Christian men – are nothing but targets for the legal system.

The justice system died a long time ago.

It is a legal system and a politically correct one at that.

Those who read this might take the time to ponder what I just wrote.
commented 2017-07-16 20:19:20 -0400
I think I will wait for the movie to end up on netflix.
commented 2017-07-16 18:32:45 -0400
The film is a threat to the misandrist family court system – it is though rule from the bench marxist male hatred/bigotry has its clasp on the family
commented 2017-07-16 18:23:17 -0400
Typical. The feminists see a film like this as a sexist threat.