TORONTO – A controversial men’s rights centre opened in Toronto Monday amid criticism from feminists who say the organization is more concerned about attacking feminism than promoting the health of men.
“I think they work really hard to discredit the feminist movement and to kind of take back a lot of the gains that women have made,” Anne Theriault, a feminist blogger in Toronto said in an interview Monday.
The Canadian Centre for Men and Families (CCMF) – the first centre in Toronto dedicated to helping men – opened Monday on Carlton Street.
It’s being called a “social service facility” that serves a hub for “men’s and boy’s issues and for the health and well-being of boys more generally,” according to the group’s director Justin Trottier, who spoke to Global News prior to the centre’s launch.
The group offers in-house services like counselling for men and boys as well as education resources about suicide, family law issues, and abuse.
The controversial Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE) is the group behind the launch.
ANY counselling center for men and boys would get this accusation laid against them by feminists.
Meanwhile feminists have hundreds of places like this where they teach their minions how to get on someone for saying "don't hold all men responsible for the crimes of a few..."