As you opened with "A frist draft" (YAY, someone else that typo-sins like I do!;)) I'm going to ASSUME you're looking for feedback. I have nothing to say about the ideas as (to me) they strive for a neutral ground. I can only see that attitude as above reproach.
Now, that being said, it is important to remember.........
From my perspective-
I believe I understand what this paragraph is attempting to say but I find it to be awkwardly put.
Not all that call themselves MRAs would agree entirely.
For example, I DO discriminate amongst folk I associate or do bussiness with, it is not based on sexual, racial, or age considerations, however, "discrimination" is just one of those words that has come to evoke an ASSUMED negative association.
"aiding abusers" ? I aid drug and alcohol abusers all the time, however, I do not abet or enable them. I realise you address this in the second half of the paragraph, but I think that part may become invisable to anyone reading with predisposition to finding fault with ALL MRA/MRM/F4J folk once the statement "Neither are true." enters their brain.
I'm just suggesting some clarification or distinction may be in order.
You may also consider a "My position is...." or "But many in the MRM believe..." approach,so that a broader segment of folk might jump on board with this. Perhaps some strategic reorientation of sentances, without changing the content.
But for heavens sake, make a better effort at spelling than I'm known for;) I've just read a new book "Talk To The Hand" and now I'm all self conscious about it.