One year after many of the founding members of Rocky Mountain MRA first met at a screening of The Red Pill documentary hosted by our co-founder Aaron Mello, we're still just as committed as ever to helping raise awareness of the issues faced by men and boys. It's been a jam-packed year with some monumental successes and some surprising and influential twists. Since our last group-focused update blog that we posted 6 months ago, here are some of this biggest highlightsRead more
We are really excited to announce that 303 Magazine published a story about our group recently. If you've been involved in or aware of the Men's Rights Movement (MRM) for awhile, you probably know how difficult it can be to get our ideas represented fairly by the media. In fact, all too often reporting on the MRM is more like a hit piece than factual reporting.
That's why we are so excited to have this article published. It generally paints a pretty accurate picture of what Rocky Mountain MRA (RMMRA) is about. You can check it out for yourself here. In this post I'll give a few of my thoughts about what the article gets right and what I think could be changed. Let's start with the things I like about it.Read more
‘We Love Men’. I stood in front of a beautifully made sign that said just that for much of my time at the Denver PrideFest, and handed out ‘I Love Men’ buttons to passersby. Such a phrase might not be out of place for a man to say at an event like PrideFest, which has its roots as a celebration of gay culture. I may not be gay, but as a Men’s Rights Advocate (MRA), I do care deeply about love for men.Read more
After recently celebrating its 6 month anniversary, Rocky Mountain MRA is poised to make its public debut by hosting a booth at the LGBT celebration of DenverPrideFest 2017.
This is a brief overview of the journey up to this point, plus a look into some of the topics of discussion from RMMRA's Facebook group.Read more