The most bizarre men's rights campaigns

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The Mens Rights Edmonton association claimed responsibility for this campaign. The inflammatory posters were a response to an anti-sexual assault campaign "Don't be that Guy" after the rape of a female student. MRA members have described their posters as a "parody" of the original, and wanted to counter the perceived threat of rape as gendered issue. It must be really inconvenient for these dudes that men keep attacking women and making their campaigns looking even more ludicrous.

The Mens Rights Edmonton association claimed responsibility for this campaign. The inflammatory posters were a response to an anti-sexual assault campaign "Don't be that Guy" after the rape of a female student. MRA members have described their posters as a "parody" of the original, and wanted to counter the perceived threat of rape as gendered issue. It must be really inconvenient for these dudes that men keep attacking women and making their campaigns looking even more ludicrous.

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