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Wikipedia just published its article on the manosphere
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RE: Wikipedia just published its article on the manosphere
I think Que Enspastic's idea is good as a guideline (mirroring the tone of the feminism article).

Also, it's intellectually dishonest to omit mention of Roissy. That's like doing an anthology of operas and leaving out Der Ring des Nibelungen because Richard Wagner was a proto-Nazi. Speaking of Nazis, one of the foundational texts of the manosphere was published in a holocaust denial journal - referring to Roger Devlin of course. There are probably many scholars who've written about the sexes in a way that we've found valuable, and these scholars held otherwise objectionable views, eg quasi-fascist Julius Evola.

It would be good to describe the manosphere as a modern movement, but many historical precedents and comrades in arms, eg Esther Vilar, Schopenhauer, Nietzche, etc.

This is a good media reference:
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