Governments are expendable / ··cultures are irreplaceable.
This website was somewhat reluctant to set up our own Youtube accounts. Mainly because, this venue could diminish the overall quality. But, in this age of visual laziness, it becomes necessary to join the medium.
The latter Myspace site, "SocialJusticeforMen" was experimental. Primarily focusing on Video Clips. Thus, greatly influencing the Video section of this website.
There's also a trivial fact pertaining to the Homepage. The Group experimented with 3 different prototypes. Two of them were related to the issue of "Fathers Rights".
So, although the website was always intended to address many wide scale issues, it would be advertised as a "Fathers Rights" site. The reason is because,the subject of Men's Rights is generally considered taboo. Few Men are willing to admit their concerns. He's afraid of being mocked by society. Plus, fearing lack or acceptance from women. Also, many associate 'Men's Rights' with gay liberation. So, this is why mensrightsmovement considered using a homepage which emphasized the issue of Fathers Rights.
In fact, men primarily feel comfortable avoiding the identity of Men's Activist, while preferring the title of Fathers 4 Justice. And, this website nearly billed itself into this genre. But, in reality, Fathers Rights represents a slight fraction of the entire movement.
In any case, here's a brief glimpse of those 2 competing homepages which we considered using.
A final note regarding the "Reflections 2" experimental homepage is that it would have generated more traffic. Search engines often crawl through HTML and literature on a homepage. And, large quantities of material can draw attention to the website. But, MRM remains low-key, and free from gimmicks. Thus sacrificing popularity. Hence, the simple concept was used.