Men Do Complain is a secular organisation. We do not make policy based on faith, we make policy based on evidence. Most of the evidence is peer reviewed, some is anecdotal and some policy is based on secular law, The Human Rights Act 1998 for example.
Taking faith out of policy making is a logical step if you believe that all people are equal regardless of race, religion, culture, sexual orientation, anatomical difference or any other category that can be used by one group to denigrate another group.
Men Do Complain was delighted to march with friends from other organisations with a secular basis; the Secular Medical Forum working for faith free medical practice and Survivors Voice Europe representing children sexually abused by clerics. Many thanks to the organisers the Secular Europe Campaign.