ProMaleMemes, with its 148 subscribers, is not the most popular of the Men’s Rightsy subreddits. It’s not just unpopular compared with the original Men’s Rights subreddit, with its 319,488 subscribers; it’s even a bit of a laggard compared with the subreddit that spawned it, the also-highly-unpopular ProMaleCollective subreddit, with its 4608 subscribers.
One of the advantages of having so ridiculously many tabs open in your browser that your computer regularly freezes up is that sometimes, when you’re going diligently through these tabs to shut down any especially unnecessary ones, you discover something that would be so perfect to write about on your blog, We Hunted the Mammoth.
Men’s Rights Activists! Are you scrambling to find a good costume for a Halloween party tonight?
Here are a few suggestions, free of charge.
A Men’s Rights activist, an incel, and an antisemite walk into a restaurant. The restaurant owner says, “hey Larry, do you want your usual table for one?”
So this was a bit of a surprise: over on the incel hangout known as the Black Pill Club, the regulars are celebrating, not lamenting, the shuttering of the MGTOW subreddits.
As you may have heard, Reddit recently took down the MGTOW and MGTOW2 subreddits for promoting hate.
This post, and my post yesterday, offer some examples of this hate, in case any irritating internet babies try to tell you that the MGTOW subreddits were just safe spaces for men to discuss their independent lifestyle, share recipes, and so forth.
Well, it took them long enough.
Today, at long last, the Reddit admins banned the Men Going Their Own Way subreddit for promoting hate; they also dropped the ban hammer on MGTOW2, the main subreddit’s purportedly hate-free alternative. (Attempts by Reddit’s MGTOWs to evade the ban were quickly squashed.)
You can learn a lot about women from the fellows in the MGTOW movement, especially if you don’t mind that everything you learn is completely wrong.