Rocky Mountain Men's Rights Advocacy

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Raising awareness about issues affecting men today

Our Story

Rocky Mountain MRA began in 2016 when Aaron Mello hosted a sold-out screening of Cassie Jaye's Award-Winning Documentary, The Red Pill in Denver, Colorado. During the process of organizing the screening Aaron met Bryan Day, who helped promote the event and would go on to become cofounder of the group.

Since the screening, Rocky Mountain MRA has organized into a bipartisan grassroots organization. We are dedicated to creating meaningful change in the realms of men's health, men's rights, and men's happiness.

RMMRA is comprised of both men and women who have been inspired by the efforts of luminary Men's Rights Advocates including Erin Pizzey, Warren Farrell, Paul Elam, Karen Straughan, Alison Tieman, and many more.

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“By respecting the human rights of men and boys we enable them to love themselves and be healthy and happy sons, fathers, husbands, and grandfathers.”

— Aaron Mello, co-founder

 

Our Mission

We work to increase awareness about the issues faced by men and boys today. We wish to bring dignity to men, to masculinity, to fathers and sons, and to restore health and happiness to their relationships.

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Our Beliefs

"...that sexism is real, and that it hurts everyone...that, in our rush to give the push to girls in their struggle to become empowered women, we have abandoned our boys."

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Men's Rights are Human Rights...

 

...and the issues are as serious as they come

 

75%

of American homeless are men.

80%

of single fathers in the US do not share child custody.

95%

of American prisoners are men.

100%

must register for the draft with or without their consent.

"Mass incarceration is a men's issue. The war on drugs is a war on men. It is effectively legal to enslave men."

— Bryan Day, co-founder

 
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Get Involved

If you live in Colorado or the Rocky Mountain area, get involved! Like our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, join our group discussions, volunteer your time, submit an article, share your story, or donate to help the cause grow.

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