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  • Dudebros are similar to [[mens's rights activists]] (MRAs) in that they both have a demeaning and entitled attitude *[[Men's rights activism]]
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  • *[[LGBT rights in the USSR]]
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  • ...ties across Europe as to the nature of government and the idea of personal rights<ref> “Betrayal” Ericksen 23-26</ref>. This clash of the old and new, t
    7 KB (1,070 words) - 06:57, 13 July 2014
  • ...le uncovers and argues against the fallacies and misinformation of [[men's rights activists]], [[pick up artists]], and other seedy parts of the [[manosphere
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  • *[[Men's rights activism]]
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  • ...st.<ref>[http://www.unmultimedia.org/s/photo/detail/573/0573970.html Human Rights Day Event: “Sport Comes out against Homophobia”]</ref><ref>[http://hida
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  • ...in Seneca Falls, New York, in the summer of 1848 and was the first women's rights convention. Its [[Declaration of Sentiments]] included a point, added indep ....jpg|thumb|A political cartoon commenting on the disparity between women's rights in 1930 in Québec versus Turkey: the women of Québec gained the vote 10 y
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  • ...d [[equality]]. But it has done so by repeatedly jettisoning [[transgender rights]] and concerns out the window because they deemed [[trans]] folk too freaky ...Johnson]] (with umbrella) protesting for 475 – a comprehensive [[LGBT]] rights bill – which followed the [[Stonewall Riot]] in 1971 and 1972."<ref name=
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  • ...n heavily tied to religious movements and to [[First wave feminism|women's rights]].<ref>[http://csivc.csi.cuny.edu/history/files/lavender/389/02-First%20Wav ...ngly linked to religious revivalism and the abolitionist movement. Women's rights activists worked for a number of reforms, [[suffrage]] chief among them.
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  • ...redirects a discussion about sexism, misogyny, rape culture, or women’s rights to instead be about how none of that is his fault.|||Jess Zimmerman<ref nam
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  • ...eplorable acts, such as seen in the [[racist]] [[reaction]] to the [[Civil Rights Movement]] or the genocidal actions of despotic governments, but it need be
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  • ...te. Access to facilities that provide basic literacy is a [[Literacy#Human rights|human right]]. Being literate implies basic-level proficiency in the use of ==Human rights==
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  • #REDIRECT [[Men's rights activism]]
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  • Examples include famous men who rally against [[gay]] people's [[human rights]] and/or for [[anti-LGBT laws]] and then come out of the [[LGBT]] [[closete
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  • In the US, the rights of QUILTBAG individuals vary state by state. Currently, 19 states and DC ha =====Visitation rights=====
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  • ...this object by offering a set of "primary goods". These primary goods are: rights, liberties, social bases of self respect, and opportunity in both income an ..."each person has an equal claim to a fully adequate scheme of equal basic rights and liberties" <ref>John Rawls, ''Political Liberalism'' 2005 ISBN: 0231130
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  • ...or attracting a large audience of misogynist [[Men's rights activism|men's rights activists]] (MRAs). Anti-feminist sentiment is very common on brony sites a *[[Men's rights activism]]
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  • ...d focuses on themes to do with personal agency, sexuality and reproductive rights.
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  • ...defined in Article 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights as: 3. The exercise of the rights provided for in paragraph 2 of this article carries with it special duties
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  • ...erproductive; being “nice” is counterproductive. Nobody was ever given rights by politely asking for them. Politeness is nothing but a set of behavioral
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