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Commentary: Gay men need to be feminists too

Even in the all-male environments that I've frequented, from golf courses to gay bars to locker rooms, I never encountered the kind of brutish sexism that Donald Trump broadcast as he campaigned for office. And yet I know his continuing insults against women are not singular; attacks are festering from a wide cast of misogynists, from the Leslie Moonves type to the "incel" type to the Alabama statehouse type.

This is forcing some soul-searching on me - namely confronting the worsening attitudes toward women next to the rapid-fire

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