Not all men

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Matt Lubchansky's character "Not-all-man".<ref>Save me, by Matt Lubchansky</ref>

Not all men (also in longer format not all men are like that) is a shibboleth, attempt at rebuttal, and fallacy used by sexists to derail and silence discussions on misogyny. It also exists in a more generalised snowclone version: Not all x. As well as having been turned into a meme by feminists.<ref>Here's why women have turned the "not all men" objection into a meme, by Kelsey McKinney</ref><ref>Not All Men Are Like That on Know Your Meme</ref><ref>Your Guide to 'Not All Men,' the Best Meme on the Internet on Jezebel</ref>

A positive?

Jess Zimmerman, writing in Time, claims a pattern of progress can be inferred from the usage of "not all men", as opposed to "but men" as a derailing tactic:


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