Masculism Law and Legal Definition
Masculism is ideological flip side of feminism. It teaches that sexual equality laws serve primarily women and have created significant unconstitutional discrimination against men. That these laws are anti-male discrimination laws and have been used to justify the vilification of men and the curtailing of men's rights. It is a movement to empower males in society, and to redress discrimination against men.
Masculists cite one-sided legislation, selective enforcement, and neglected civil rights as examples of discrimination against men and boys. They are also concerned about societal acceptance of violence harming men paired with the stigma against violence harming women, as well as males being taught or expected to take on violent roles.