Started by Sir Jessy of Anti, Jan 24, 2005, 06:41 PM
From hisside website: "According to Dr. Schwyzer, talk show host/columnist Glenn Sacks is part of the problem-a "purveyor of a victim mentality for men" who "masks men's own responsibility" for their problems and who "lashes out at those, such as feminists, who call men to accountability for their actions." Schwyzer also labels Sacks a "denier of male privilege," adding "just because a group doesn't feel privileged doesn't mean that they aren't." So it may not be that he was labeled as anything other than a part of the problem (which Hugo refered to as homophobic and misogynistic). In any case, it's clear Hugo tried to present himself as an 'enlightened feminist male' and as such Glenn's comments were sarcastic in nature, mocking the perceived self-aggrandized 'enlightenment' of the feminist male.
You mean all those quotes Sacks pulled from Hugo's writing? And even so, like Will says, disagreeing isn't being self-aggrandising.