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The term ''Honey Badger'' is a honorific applied to prominent female MRAs. Although no formal list exists there is a general consensus about which women can be considered to be honey badgers. Women currently considered to be honey badgers include:
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The term ''Honey Badger'' is an honorific applied to prominent female MRAs. Although no formal list exists there is a general consensus about which women can be considered to be honey badgers. Women currently considered to be honey badgers include:
   
 
*[[Alison Tieman]]
 
*[[Alison Tieman]]
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*[[Rachel Edwards]]
 
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The term is used because of the ferocity with which honey badgers are known to attack, and in particular dates from a video on YouTube about Honey Badgers that went viral.<ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4r7wHMg5Yjg</ref>
   
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==
   
 
*[[Honey Badger Brigade]]
 
*[[Honey Badger Brigade]]
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== External Links ==
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*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4r7wHMg5Yjg Original video that prompted the use of the term]
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[[Category: Glossary]]
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[[Category: Honey Badger]]
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[[Category: Men's Rights]]

Latest revision as of 13:16, 7 October 2021

The term Honey Badger is an honorific applied to prominent female MRAs. Although no formal list exists there is a general consensus about which women can be considered to be honey badgers. Women currently considered to be honey badgers include:

Women who have previously been considered to be honey badgers but are now inactive include:

The term is used because of the ferocity with which honey badgers are known to attack, and in particular dates from a video on YouTube about Honey Badgers that went viral.[1]

See Also

External Links