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Mel Feit was the most visible Men's Rights advocate of the 1980s and 1990s, barring maybe Warren Farrell. He founded the National Center for Men and was frequently featured in television programs about men's issues. He also participated in a debate that has become semi-famous in the MRA community in 1992, between the virtual founder of the PUA movement: Ross Jeffries, and a male feminist. Mel wore a woman's dress during the debate to highlight how women discriminate against male dress that doesn't signal male utility and disposability. He is an awesome dude.
Philosophy[edit | edit source]
Mel had a more male liberationist streak than most other famous MRAs, and he was known for advocating flexibility in male gender roles, more so than other MRAs. In politics, Mel is a self-described liberal democrat. He also self-identified as a feminist and was pro-choice. He didn't stray very far into broader politics, like other famous MRAs.
On Dating[edit | edit source]
Mel Feit screamed to women in a television program that men feel discriminated everyday by women by virtue of women being sexual selectors.