Women have long been the face of men’s right activists, but it’s been a long time since there have been enough prominent men to represent them.
But that may be changing.
According to the new online survey, which asked respondents to rate the gender diversity of their own community, women are now the most vociferous supporters of men.
This was the case for both the men and women who participated in the survey.
It is also a trend that seems to be expanding.
The survey also found that women are more likely than men to identify as feminists, and that men are more supportive of men than women.
These findings are significant, said Anand Srivastava, a PhD candidate in sociology at the University of Pennsylvania.
He told CNN that it is a “big deal” that men and female activists are increasingly aligned.
“There’s a real opportunity for women to really push back against this idea that men’s activism is more focused on their concerns and their problems, rather than about gender,” he said.
But while the data may help us understand how feminism has changed over the past two decades, it’s still not quite enough.
It still seems to take women’s concerns and struggles for granted.
So the next time you hear that men have been fighting feminism for so long, remember: That may be true, but there are still a lot of women out there who think they are fighting for something.