ell, it looks like the "men's rights are human rights" meme is global gold. This version is in use by the Men's Rights Association of India. It's a great slogan, isn't it? I don't know how anybody can argue against the idea that men's rights are human rights without looking like a moral imbecile. I can at least comprehend how they might quarrel with the label "MRA" -- it's because they are idiotically confounding principles
That does not excuse their idiocy of course, but it does provide an explanation of sorts. However, the present slogan
offers no such cop-out because it is pure principle and pure message, and nothing other. If the slogan triggers your hostility, this indicates that you do not like the idea of male human rights
but are unable to mystify the issue by cloaking it under Pavlovian bigotry toward an imagined class of people. Bear in mind that the latter behavior constitutes feminist aggression, and that the (feminist) aggressor sets the terms of engagement.
This means that our people are are entitled to use similar aggression against you, but are themselves incapable of Pavlovian bigotry if they choose to do so.