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Confessions of a 'Counter Feminist'


Jack Kammer, prolific podcaster and author of several books, including "Good Will Toward Men" and "If Men Have All the Power, How Come Women Make the Rules?", says "the most sexist idea of all is the belief that only one sex is harmed by sexism." Kammer, who runs an outfit called "Male-Friendly Media," is our guest on a new episode of The Lean to the Left Podcast. He’s all about defending the rights of men and boys against various forms of discrimination. What? You might be saying about now – men being discriminated against in favor of women? It’s really the other way around, buddy. Nevertheless, Jack has made a career of defending men and men’s rights, so I thought it would be interesting to hear what he has to say and to see where he’s coming from. One of his contentions is that many men would like to be "stay at home dads" instead of being the family's breadwinner. Society generally frowns on that, he says, which is a form of sexism and is unfair.


So, whether you think he's full of baloney or that he just might have a point, you should check out this episode. Here are some of the questions we asked him:

1. What is a counter-feminist, anyway?


2. In this era of the #MeToo movement, isn’t this idea that men are the victims a little bit wacky?


3. And what about the disparity in income levels, with women earning just 82 percent of what men typically earn for doing the same job?


4. You say there is a “double-whammy of racism and sexism operating against Black men.” What’s that all about?


5. Isn’t your view just a touch misogynistic?


6. Are you saying women are sexist?


7. You talk about female supremacy and its power structure…what’s that about?


8. Isn’t this a lot like talking about “White people’s race issues”?


10.What got you started on this crusade, anyway?


11.What kind of a relationship do you have personally with women?

Take a listen:


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