[color=rgb(20,24,35);font-family:Helvetica, Arial, 'lucida grande', tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif;font-size:12px;background-color:rgb(246,247,248)]The purpose of this video was to model the kind of communication that encourages mutual understanding rather than making enemies of people with differing views on gender issues. [/color]I think it was very successful as it got positive responses from feminists as well as lay people and men contacted me to say it accurately reflected their experience. Usually I have seen men tlaking about men's issues to feminists and getting shot down so I must have done something right. Please offer any feedback.
I thought your video was better thought out than the statement above. Like men, women certainly need to be called out on their behaviour. I'm very conscious I can give females numerous amounts of 'get out' clauses, which tends to be a major complaint for many men and reasonably so I think. Whilst I think some MRA's could probably learn from a deeper reflection on their own personal history, So too could many many self proclaimed feminists.
The conscious male and female (at least from xp) certainly wants to build bridges rather than dams I'm fairly certain of.