Ryerson men’s issues group says students’ union shutting out male voices

A Ryerson men’s issues awareness group has reignited the debate about what discourse is acceptable on university campuses.

Universities are a natural home to political and social diversity, but when men’s rights groups are the topic at hand, students seem reluctant to engage in formal discussions.

Fourth-year politics and governance student Kevin Arriola launched a new Ryerson Men’s Issues Awareness Society on Reddit last month and tried to get it certified by the Ryerson Students’ Union.

The Ryerson Feminist Collective was quick to condemn the group, saying it “unequivocally denounces any organization that makes students feel unsafe.”

  • Justin St.Denis

    Assuming that some members of the Ryerson Feminist Collective use the Toronto transit and subway system, I fail to understand how the mere existence of a Men’s Issues group could make any of same “feel unsafe”.

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  • David Murrell

    Another example of how universities, like Ryerson, have become centres of anti-intellectualism. The wort thing academics can be is being intolerant of different points of view.

    • BillyHW

      Is there any place women can’t ruin with their feelings?

      • David Murrell

        I can mention two to start. Here on this BCF site, Five Feet of Fury (Cat’s wife) doe much of the support work for the site. On the Rebel media site (Lauren Southern, Sheila Gunn Reid, Holly Nicholas) do fine conservative, investigative research.

        You just people by their gender, since, as you say in other posts, you are a self-professed anti-woman bigot. According to you, all women are inherently bad, irrespective of their beliefs and what they do. I respect the women above, for their ideas and their conservatism.

        You may flame me all you want, but I have a lot of respect for the four women above, and others who work hard for conservatism. And I support Blaze and Ezra for the fact that they know good conservatives, enough so that they have them work for the two respective sites.

        • BillyHW

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          • David Murrell

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  • Xavier

    “Campus is about political diversity”

    How many Conservatives did you say were on the faculty?

  • Xavier

    “The moment you repress speech is the moment you begin the pathway to school shootings or people exercising their power in more destructive ways,” he said.

    That’s gold right there.

  • How well I recall that great triumph of the class of 1941 when they held street protests for four years against the Japanese Naval Forces for making Pearl Harbor feel unsafe. They were just about to protest in Tokyo when Harry Truman cancelled the protest and dropped a couple of big ones.

  • “The Ryerson Feminist Collective was quick to condemn the group, saying it ‘unequivocally denounces any organization that makes students feel unsafe.'”

    I feel unsafe around any “feminist collective”.

    • Frances

      So do real women.

      • Alain

        I also suggest that the majority are women who reject this fascism in the name of “feminism”. They usually have a lot more support from the beta males or what I call the metrosexuals than most women.

    • ntt1

      Collective eh? so what do they do? club in and get discounts on leg waxes?