Amber, don't you think it's a bit of a generalization to say all MRAs are part of a hate movement? I don't think you can even call the 'men's movement' a movement at all. The MRAs are all doing their own thing, they aren't part of a group like the feminists with a central agenda. When they say they're an MRA they mean they're simply an activist with male oriented issues on their personal agendas. They're not part of a movement, because there is no movement. They're all pretty much operating independantly.
With a real movement they would have conventions, meetings, and most importantly, leaders. They would all get together and hash out a plan of action. What you have with the so called 'men's movement' is just a bunch of guys speaking out on their own accord. Glenn Sacks' radio show is the closest thing I can think of that resembles a men's movement because he has listeners and he can influence them to do things but really, he's just an independant guy with a radio station and he's just speaking out, like all the rest of them.