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A Pharmacy Advertised A ‘Man Tax’ And Men’s Rights Activists Lost It

Hell hath no fury like a scorned Men’s Rights Activist on the internet. Just ask Jolie Alony, who owns Thompson Chemists in New York’s Soho neighborhood ? and who has recently been the target of MRA vitriol due to advertising a tongue-in-cheek seven percent “Man Tax” at her store. Alony told The Huffington Post that she and her colleagues wanted to raise awareness of the “pink tax” and general price discrimination with women’s products.
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