Men and Women after #metoo - Cassie Jaye

The Red Pill Movie was a sleeper documentary hit about the Men's Rights Movement in the USA. Despite some very negative reviews from mainstream publications, it became one of the most popular documentaries of the last few years. It was subtitled, 'A feminist goes inside the Men's Rights Movement', and the director Cassie Jaye describes herself as a liberal. What does the reaction to it say about the cultural conversation, and how authentic was the film? Rebel Wisdom talks to Cassie Jaye.


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