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  • Yes we do

    Men should be celebrated to. They are the knee who go out to war and defend women and children. This whole male privilege thing doesn't really exist. I am a girl and i really doubt that any man will get treated better than a women just because he is a man.

  • There's real issues at stake.

    To undo the harms inflicted by sexism toward both sexes specifically by provoking people to stand up for the human rights of men and boys worldwide (especially those who are the victims of suicide, torture, killings, rape, child soldiering, and slavery), and to promote the end of violence that many men either inflict and are afflicted by. To stand up against 'toxic masculinity' that limits how men and boys can express themselves, to improve the health and quality of life of men and boys around the world (especially those harmed by mental illness, war, rape, violence, and loss of life), to promote gender equality, address the prevalence of fatherlessness and highlight positive male role models and the increasing need for them.

  • We already have a Internation Men's Day!

    Although it might not be named "International Men's Day", it is most certainly dedicated to men. It's called father's day. Even though the day is more directed towards married men, most males chose to become a father latter on in life. Therefore, this argument is pointless and stupid. There is no need to argue about the lack of something when we already have what we are debating about!

  • An international men's day

    Is not 'needed' as such. The key word here is 'need'.
    Our species and every other species can survive without a day designated to celebrating/appreciating men. We/they do every other day of the year. I am not a feminazi either as I would say the same in regards to an international womens day. I would actually have the same opinion in regards to any day celebrating anything, to be honest.
    Nothing wrong with having an international men's day, we just don't NEED it.

    (Men's day already exists if you weren't aware http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Men%27s_Day )

  • No, there is no "need" for an International Men's Day.

    Dictionary.Com's definition of need: requirement, necessary duty, or obligation
    Oxford Dictionary's: require (something) because it is essential or very important
    Merriam-Webster: a situation in which someone or something must do or have something
    "Need" is a largely misused word. Many people would prefer to have an international men's day, but it is not NEEDED. Additionally, those who are already favored do not need to be privileged. The reason for International Women's Day is their cultural depreciation and disregard. Sexism in our modern society favors men. Many people think of men as the superior gender. International Women's Day is a day to celebrate women's economic, political, and social achievements. Women have a whole day dedicated to themselves because in the past they have been disregarded and seen as inferior. If men are already appreciated and have always been, why should they need a whole day dedicated to them?

  • There is no reason for Men's Day.

    Nope. We live in a patriarchal society, men are celebrated everywhere at all times. Men are and always have been treated more respectfully than women, and I'm not saying that there needs to be a Women's Day, but there is no need for a Men's Day when men are already treated better.

  • It already exists.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Men%27s_Day

    This has already been cited to exist, as originally pointed out by user
    alivia. The fact that the day already exists should end a debate about "Do we need ___ " we already have ___ . And so the only true answer is:
    No this is not needed.
    1. We already have one
    2. It does not follow the definition of need in Oxford Dictionary.

  • We already have a Internation Men's Day!

    Although it might not be named "International Men's Day", it is most certainly dedicated to men. It's called father's day. Even though the day is more directed towards married men, most males chose to become a father latter on in life. Therefore, this argument is pointless and stupid. There is no need to argue about the lack of something when we already have what we are debating about!

  • There is no need for any "This group is special day"

    People already think they are some hot stuff every time they walk down the street. We don't need more ways to remind people that they are important. Whether it's women, blacks, children, Christians, atheists, the insane clown posse, no group needs a special day. Let your achievements speak for themselves.

  • There already is one.

    November 19th guys... You would know this if you actually cared about having the day instead of demanding it as a gotcha against International Women's Day... If you people were to truly hold value in the day, you would know this already instead of trying to shit on the day that celebrates womanhood instead of focusing males like we as a society do on every other day.


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