Take the red pill and learn about the world of Men’s rights activists

Cassie Jaye is a former actress and proud feminist. Her views changed after she made a documentary about the world of MRA ( Men’s Rights Activists) It was a journey over three and a half years where she acted as both director and filmmaker. Her film has been branded controversial when all it does is tell the story of men’s rights activists. If it had been a documentary about women’s rights activists no one would have raised an eyebrow. It is worrying that her documentary has been attacked for telling the men’s side of the story. It seems that anything that is perceived as somehow being pro-men or pro- European culture is smeared as  “controversial” these days.

Were they all about belittling women, on a movement of hate against all that were female? She was a skeptical feminist and discovered that these men weren’t all about hating women. As the documentary progresses, Cassie interviewed not only men that were for advocating the rights of men, but many feminists and all the people in between. After amassing 100 hours worth of footage, and spending 3.5 years on the project, it was compiled into a 2-hour-long documentary which is now available to watch on YouTube, for a fee.


The documentary ‘The Red Pill’ has been met with a lot of hostility from the Media as it’s conclusions do not match the PC narrative.

It was due to have its Australian premiere in Melbourne next month, which has since been cancelled by Palace Cinemas. The move comes after a successful campaign labelled it “misogynistic propaganda.”

…The cinema chain also referred directly to a Change.org petition protesting the premiere of The Red Pill at Palace Kino in Melbourne, which amassed 2,370 signatures.

…Beyond these concerns about the documentary, decisions Cassie Jaye made around the funding and production of The Red Pill have also raised eyebrows. Funded by a Kickstarter campaign that raised $211,260, the documentary is pitched as a “balanced look” at the MRA movement.

A screenshot from The Red Pill highlighting the mainstream media’s “bias” against men

However, since The Red Pill‘s release, it has emerged that many of the film’s Kickstarter supporters are members of the MRA community, and it was also supported by the conservative news outlet Breitbart.

Oh, horror it was supported by a conservative website! Being a conservative is “controversial” and edgy these days.

…Men’s Rights Melbourne, one of the groups that backed the film on Kickstarter, has the rights to the Australian premiere of The Red Pill. Angered by Palace Cinema’s decision the group has launched its own counter-petition on Change.org.

“Today a small feminist group has succeeded in shutting down a screening of a movie that discusses issues that they fear might interfere with their agenda,” the petition says.


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