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Why Men Must Be Excluded From Feminism To Stop It Becoming All About Them

This article was originally published by International Business Times. This week I saw a photograph on Twitter, posted by an academic, of a group of gender studies students. There is no such thing as women's studies anymore, a discipline that was designed by feminists to attempt to bring the voices and perspectives of women in science, sociology and the like, and to highlight the origins and meaning of women's oppression.
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