Like it or not, MRAs, this man is one of the leading figures in the emergence of the Men’s Rights movement online, and in the intellectual history of the movement, such as it is.
the Frontman Fallacy is the mistaken belief that people (men, specifically) who are in positions of authority in democratic systems use their power mainly to benefit the categories of people (the category of “men”, in particular) that they belong to themselves.
Many people believe that Feminism is about equality/equity -- just because Feminists say it is!
Think, for one second: What is Feminism about equality/equity WITH ? Well, with men, obviously! Well, then, what do Feminists know about men? Virtually nothing: they view any study of men's issues as a dangerous distraction which undermines the focus on women that they are determined to maintain. Well, then, how do they know what is needed in order for women to be equal with men? They don't, of course. "Feminism is about equality/equity" is just a cool slogan -- a barefaced lie.
Once upon a time, men had the vote, and women didn't, so men and women were not equal. At that time, men were liable to be drafted into the frontline in wartime, but women weren't, so men and women were not equal. Then the Feminists demanded equality, so women got the vote -- but they did not demand that women be liable to be drafted into the frontline in wartime. So now women elect and serve in governments that draft men and send them to kill and maim and be killed and be maimed -- against their will. THAT is Feminist "equality."
People's identification with specific ethnic groups needs to be weakened, rather than strengthened, so as to strengthen the integrity of the State and reduce polarisation along ethnic lines.