2016年6月19日 星期日

blogosphere, manosphere or androsphere



In the manosphere, "Blue-pill Thinkers" are those who uncritically accept the idea that society discriminates against women. “Red Pillers”, by contrast, believe it is men who are worse-off. Welcome to 21st-century misogyny

Enter the manosphere, where men believe they have it harder than women
The rebalancing of the sexes has spawned 21st-century misogyny
ECON.ST


blogosphere 

Pronunciation: /ˈblɒɡəsfɪə/ 

NOUN

(the blogosphere)
Blogs considered collectively with their writers and readers as a distinct online network.




From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The manosphere (portmanteau of man and blogosphere) or androsphere[1] (from Ancient Greekἀνήρanērgenitive ἀνδρόςandros, "man") is a name given to a loose and informal network of blogsforums[2] and websites, with internet commentators focussing on issues relating to men and masculinity, as a male counterpart to feminism or in opposition to it. Many of these are men's spaces. Their content is varied, and includes Men Going Their Own Way (MGTOW),[3] men's rights issues, fathers' rights movement activists, and male victims ofabuse,[4] self-improvementbodybuildingantifeminismseduction community commentary for pick-up artists.[2][5]
The manosphere has its own distinct jargon. Manosphere websites commonly use red pill and blue pill imagery as an analogy; accepting the manosphere's ideology is equated with "taking the red pill", and "blue pill" refers to those who disagree with their philosophy. The terms "alpha male" and "beta male" are also commonly used.[2]
Notable examples of manosphere sites reportedly include the Red Pill Room, A Voice for Men and Roosh V's website Return Of Kings as well as his personal blog and forum.[2][4][6][7] Reddit is a popular gathering place for manosphere supporters, and there are several forums on the site that are geared toward its ideas. One of these, the Red Pill subreddit, has over 100,000 subscribers.[4][8]

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