Are men the new minority? Do they need a movement to ensure their rights?

“It’s a little bit awkward - to put it mildly - to say that the people in power need a movement,” says Boston-based attorney, lecturer, and feminist Wendy Murphy. “Men have always had equality – and then some.”

Samantha Ettus, a feminist, author, CEO of the female-run business Park Place Payments, and married mom of three says she thinks that men and women both suffer. “I think the pressure will be off of men if we [women] achieve economic equality.”

Dr. Warren Farrell, a political scientist, men’s rights activist, and author of seven books on men's and women's issues, says, “When only one sex wins, both sexes lose.”

Can Dr. Phil’s guests find common ground? Watch Monday’s episode, "'On Trial for Being Male,'" to find out! Check your local listing to find out where to tune in.

Dr. Warren Farrell’s book, “The Boy Crisis: Why Our Boys Are Struggling and What We Can Do About It” discusses what parents, teachers, and policymakers can do to help boys become happier, healthier men, fathers, and leaders. It is available wherever books are sold

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