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men's movement

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Definition of men's movement in English:

noun

(Chiefly in the US) a movement aimed at liberating men from traditional views about their character and role in society.
Example sentences
  • Here Doyle's rhetoric begins to echo the US men's movement that campaigns bitterly - if rather quietly - about women controlling the domestic agenda, and tyrannising men with their strident demands for independence.
  • Bly laid the foundations of a new men's movement, distributed New Warrior News and wrote Iron John, which became a bestseller.
  • She asks why men haven't got together and formed a men's movement.

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