ACLU Celebrates International Men’s Day: ‘Men Who Get Their Periods Are Men’

On Tuesday, the American Civil Liberties Union decided to offer their own interpretation of what it means to be a man, since International Men’s Day is celebrated annually on November 19.

Although International Men’s Day (IMD)  focuses on six pillars: highlighting discrimination against men; supporting male health issues; improving gender relations; promoting gender equality; celebrating male contributions to society; and promoting male role models, as Yahoo acknowledged, the ACLU had its own leftist identity politics view, writing on Twitter: “There’s no one way to be a man. Men who get their periods are men. Men who get pregnant and give birth are men. Trans and non-binary men belong.#InternationalMensDay.”

In the United States, International Men’s Day is recognized in Pennsylvania, New York, Iowa (Luther College in Decorah, Iowa), Illinois, Virginia, Hawaii, Florida, California, Arizona, Alabama, and Michigan; Washington, D.C.; Dallas, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia.
The ACLU statement on International Men’s Day precipitated some mockery on social media.

Mark Krikorian of The Center for Immigration Studies: “Our primitive ancestors believed all kinds of silly things about the physical world, like leprechauns and bodily humours and whatnot. But even *they* had a more sophisticated understanding of reality than today’s woke knuckleheads.”


 
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