Cassie Jaye is a documentary filmmaker best known for The Red Pill, a documentary on the men's rights movement in the United States. Though originally planning to frame the film as a critique of the movement's alleged misogyny, upon actually interacting with the movement, she came to the conclusion that it was rooted more in equality than she initially believed. As such, the film was produced to be among the first widespread examples of sympathy towards the men's rights movement. That being said, Cassie Jaye has made it clear that while she no longer identifies as a feminist she is not an MRA.
She has been met with controversy within the feminist movement due to her rejection of the feminist narrative. The men's rights movement, by contrast, greatly respects her due to her willingness to take the movement seriously and respect its principles and goals.