This article is from the Feminism References FAQ, by Cindy Tittle Moore firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
I don't know much about these groups. The only one I'm aware of
is the National Organization for Men run by Penthouse columnist
Sidney Siller. Maybe R.F. Doyle's Men's Rights Association (if it
still exists) qualifies as well. These groups look, on the
surface, much like the Men's Liberation groups, but underneath
there is a current of resentment that the old sex roles have
dissolved. Some openly say that women just aren't men's equals,
and should have stayed home with the kids. This is that "male
backlash" you've probably read about. Read "The Rape of the Male"
by R.F. Doyle for a good idea of how these folks think (the front
cover is a picture of the crucifiction). Also, Esther Vilar's
"The Manipulated Man" (written by a woman in 1972, and pretty