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Netflix announced Tuesday that it’s allowing employees to take unlimited maternity or paternity leave during the first year after their child’s birth or adoption.

comment by bezzzerk in news

1 hour, 22 minutes ago

Look, everyone knows mensrights is woman hating! It's not even a grey area. Arguing against it makes a it look like it's your first day on the internet.

19yo Teen charged as a "sex offender" and banned from using the Internet after having intercourse with girl who lied about her age and admitted it in court. Judge said he was angry that he used the Internet to meet a girl.

comment by TheDescendingLight in news

2 hours, 42 minutes ago

I completely agree. I was just making sure I understood you correctly. That is basically what I was saying. Why should this guy get punished, when it was the girl who was in the wrong by lying about her age? That's why I said it belongs in r/MensRights.

Netflix announced Tuesday that it’s allowing employees to take unlimited maternity or paternity leave during the first year after their child’s birth or adoption.

comment by Minsc__and__Boo in news

5 hours, 42 minutes ago

Disclaimer: I fully admit that there is the possibility that any one of Wikipedia's millions of collaborative articles could be wrong, and that there is a possibility that the law journal specializing in hate groups could also be wrong about /r/mensrights "hating on women". Note, I also agree that there could, or could not be, a celestial tea pot on the other side of Mars.

I guess I don't get the false dilemma. Does that mean that Wikipedia is the opposite of /r/mensrights now?

Netflix announced Tuesday that it’s allowing employees to take unlimited maternity or paternity leave during the first year after their child’s birth or adoption.

comment by YourImag1nat1on in news

5 hours, 45 minutes ago

I was trying to make a point of how dumb the thinking of "/r/mensrights was once labeled as a possible hate group against women, this man frequents /r/mensrights so he must be a hater of women"

Netflix announced Tuesday that it’s allowing employees to take unlimited maternity or paternity leave during the first year after their child’s birth or adoption.

comment by Minsc__and__Boo in news

5 hours, 51 minutes ago

Well, OP posts to /r/mensrights and was going on about biased hiring practices, which is why I brought it up.

Why did you bring up /r/feminism? It wasn't in that wikipedia article I linked to.

Netflix announced Tuesday that it’s allowing employees to take unlimited maternity or paternity leave during the first year after their child’s birth or adoption.

comment by Minsc__and__Boo in news

6 hours, 9 minutes ago

We should ask them if /r/mensrights is known for "women-hating" and see if this article is wikiinaction worthy. I'm serious.

Netflix announced Tuesday that it’s allowing employees to take unlimited maternity or paternity leave during the first year after their child’s birth or adoption.

comment by OsterGuard in news

6 hours, 37 minutes ago

No? /r/feminism isn't "The opposite" of /r/mensrights. Feminism and mens rights groups can coexist, and most feminists that I know (obviously I'm not talking about radical, exclusionist feminists, who believe trans women aren't women etc.) are perfectly happy interacting with male feminists and mens rights activists, as long as they're not misogynistic or racist or generally sexist. I see a lot of Men's Rights Activists seeing feminism as the enemy, and I think that's unproductive and silly.

Netflix announced Tuesday that it’s allowing employees to take unlimited maternity or paternity leave during the first year after their child’s birth or adoption.

comment by OsterGuard in news

6 hours, 37 minutes ago

No? /r/feminism isn't "The opposite" of /r/mensrights. Feminism and mens rights groups can coexist, and most feminists that I know (obviously I'm not talking about radical, exclusionist feminists, who believe trans women aren't women etc.) are perfectly happy interacting with male feminists and mens rights activists, as long as they're not misogynistic or racist or generally sexist. I see a lot of Men's Rights Activists seeing feminism as the enemy, and I think that's unproductive and silly.

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