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Angry Harry – Men’s Rights Blog

Filed under: General — Rob Case @ 2:13 pm Sat 19th May 2007

There’s a poll being conducted at this site, where you can vote for your favorite blog in a number of different categories – one category being political blogs. Top of the voting so far with 300 votes is a feminist blog, but a Men’s Rights blog, AngryHarry, has made a sudden and fast rise and is now at 12 place with 47 votes. If you like his site, or want to make a statement of support, add your vote. You need to register and give an e-mail address, so it takes a few minutes.

6 Responses to “Angry Harry – Men’s Rights Blog”

  1. julie says:

    I will vote for Angry Harry although I don’t understand how the feministe site nor angry harry are political sites.

  2. Rob Case says:

    They’re not political in the sense that neither blog is commenting on the political establishment eg parliament and politicians.
    I’ve never heard a politician even use the term “Men’s Rights”, much less support it (though John Tamihere got close – I’m sure he was just itching to let loose).
    But establishment politics is only the end-game of a far more complex piece of political work.
    Introducing new ideas of justice into the public consciousness is a profoundly political act. All political movements have their roots in past injustices. I would say that wherever people feel strongly that they are being denied justice, they are equally saying that they are not being represented politically.
    In this sense, all Men’s Rights blogs are political.

  3. julie says:

    Rob, I see what you mean.

  4. Rob Case says:

    There’s been a big response to the call to support AngryHarry. The site has gone from 12th place to 3rd place in just 3 days.

  5. Rob Case says:

    Angry Harry (here) has eclipsed the feminist blog and is now best political blog by a clear and growing lead.
    Voting continues until October.

  6. Michael Blaxall says:

    Feminism is the radical notion that femists are women

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