For the Sake of Humanity, Take the Red Pill
The "Common Sense" review of this film does little justice to the source material. One can only assume that the reviewer lacks the empathy or capacity for critical thought required to question modern, 4th wave feminism, which does not seek "gender equality" but rather "gender privilege" for women. The reviewer has even done the disservice of misrepresenting two major claims from Men's Rights Activists (MRA's) in the film. First, MRA's never "admitted" that women were paid less for equal work. Yes, there is a discrepancy in the sum of all earnings between men and women. No, that does not mean that women are paid less than men for "equal work". It means that women either choose lower paying fields or choose to prioritize raising a family over career ambitions. Second, the film didn't claim (and provide evidence from the CDC) that men are victims of domestic violence "almost" as much as women. Men are victims of domestic violence as much or more often than women. According to a 2010 national survey by the Centers for Disease Control and Department of Justice, in the last 12 months more men than women were victims of intimate partner physical violence and over 40% of severe physical violence was directed at men. Men were also more often the victim of psychological aggression and control over sexual or reproductive health. Despite this, few services are available to male victims of intimate partner violence.
The Red Pill highlights so much of the hypocrisy prevalent in mainstream media, institutions of higher learning, and our broader public institutions which would serve as an invaluable tool for any parent who wishes for their children to learn how to think instead of what to think. Our kids are being indoctrinated at an alarming rate by the cultural Marxists in power at our public institutions and The Red Pill not only questions some of the underlying assumptions of the feminist movement, it completely dismantles them.
Do humanity a favor and make this movie a required viewing for your teenage daughter or son. They will have a more well rounded view of the world we live in, and it may help lift the veil of ignorance that so many of our (millenial) generation has been living under for the last 30 years.