This was the question posed to me by my professor after my presentation yesterday. Instantly, I felt a sense of dread and humiliation. Obviously, the answer to that wasn’t going to be, “…because you did AMAZING!” I didn’t do well. It was a mixture of not doing enough research and doing the wrong kind of research. Both could have easily been avoided if I had asked her exactly what she wanted before doing what she did not want.
Arguing on the internet is weird and difficult, especially if it relates to feminism. Maybe it’s just been my year-and-a-half on Reddit (a waste of time), but I have yet to see a coherent thought from an MRA that didn’t rely on hyperbole or strawmen (just two logical fallacies that I could have named). Just today, I learned that at every university campus, professors only teach how it’s oppressive to women that little girls play with dolls (because this is a feminists only gripe). Also, men are vilified for just being men, because everyone assumes that we are rapists (equality? Ha, no. Women want dominance).
If you make up total bullshit, everything can be an example of misandry.