I am a great believer in the power of language, especially its power to influence collective psychology. Sometimes, all it takes is one bitty little word.
Take for example, the word mangina, which a lot of MRAs use when speaking of men who support feminism. It's a clever neologism, and I have nothing against it. However, I think that for political reasons it is not the best choice.
Another word used to describe pro-feminists is the adjective "pussified", and I would object to that word on the same grounds as "mangina". I understand what is meant by the term, but it sounds rather juvenile after all...
I have another name for people like Hugo Schwyzer, and people like Michael Flood of Australia. I think it would be a good idea to call such people COLLABORATIONISTS. This word refers historically to those who co-operated with the Nazis during WW2, so it is a deadly insult - far more deadly than "mangina" - and yet there is nothing sexual about it, so it elevates the discussion to a completely different level.
Another good name would be quislings, in honor of the Norwegian collaborationist Vidkun Quisling.
Finally, to be just plain down and dirty and mean, pro-feminist males may be referred to as running dogs, lackeys or lickspittles. Again, nothing sexual about any of these.
However, I think that collaborationist would be the best choice for general purposes. If this word got into general circulation the lickspittles would fret and squirm and go on the defensive, and it wouldn't offer them any slam-dunk way to psychologize the MRAs who say it.
So, one would say "the collaborationist Hugo Schwyzer." But one should intone this in a non-chalant accent, smoothly and casually, with nary a trace of venom or animosity in the voice. Almost I should say, pronounce it matter-of-factly, as if it were indeed exactly that - a matter of fact, or at least common knowledge, that few would even bother disputing.
Being utterly bland and "la-di-da" about it (with a William F. Buckley accent!) makes it even more galling to the targeted individual or the targeted group.
Oh hey, some of you MRAs out there are just too friggin' hot under the collar. You guys need to lighten up and have some fun! Sheeesh!
It is best not to employ terms of generalized abuse, such as "maggot" or "shithead". It is true that these schoolyard insults have no sexual content, but unlike the ones I have suggested, they have no applicable descriptive content or historical association either, which makes them feel vacuous and devoid of reflection.
But seriously now. Very seriously. These people are exactly what the word says: Collaborationists. The word fits them like a custom-tailored velvet body glove. And that is not our fault. So just get the word "collaborationist" dancing on the tongues, and in the brains, of the general public, and that very same public will undergo a gradual inclination to ponder the actual meaning of the term, and why it is so applicable. And then some bulbs will light up.