Here is Something Intriguing
"Too often, though, instead of speaking out on behalf of women’s rights, men remain bystanders. Are we fearful we’ll be put down, castigated as a mangina instead of celebrated as a mangina warrior? Remember the bumper sticker “Keep Your Laws Off of My Body?” It’s not just a slogan for women. Deep down, men know that an assault on women is an assault on us, too. But unless more of us are willing to raise our voices, we risk ending up like the boys who were banished to the back row of middle school chorus. You know, the ones who were ordered to mouth the words while the others sang."The word in red font is a familiar one, is it not? Clearly, that word is making the rounds -- and here we note migration from one political sector (our own) to another, radically different, sector. It is clearly a sign of something, that such terminology would be colonizing the territory we see here.
I wasn't much interested in the article for its own sake, but I thought this particular bit was worth bringing to your attention. As to the question which the article poses in its title. . .
Where Are Men’s Voices in the Fight for Women’s Health?
. . . I would reply that I honestly have no idea; I don't keep track of such things. The state of the social contract leaves me unencumbered in that regard.