Anonymous wrote:

It is common place and it is socially acceptable to say to boys: "you punch like a girl" or "you are crying like a girl, men don't cry" or worse like telling a little boy that, in absence of the father, he is the man of the house" (eg you are in charge of your mother, who is an adult, merelly because you are a male and she is a female). All these sayings express the idea of weakness and inferiority of women, If you make and effort and really pay attention to what people (men and women alike) say you will realize how much women are treated as lesser people. I am talking about ingrained concepts and beliefs, patherns and roles.
I am a women and a human being. I don't believe in any kind of hate, but it Is hard for me to respect or trust anything male.
I know it is not good for me to feel that way and I know that things are changing, but it is still very hard to be a woman even if you live in a modern and educated society. If you think about women int places/countries less fortunate, it is a real tragedy.

Not everything is about you, dear. Your post reminds me of the probable reaction of the mainstream media (say, The New York Times, which also refers to "the inherent brutality of male libido") if the world were about to end: "Meteor hurling toward Earth and all life will end; fear women will be disproportionately affected"

Issues of sex and gender have been monopolized by female supremacists (AKA feminists) for the past 50 years. They have insinuated their way into the deep state and into mass communications, academia and public education. Like it or not, men and boys have their own issues: disproportionate punishments in criminal justice, vastly higher rates of suicide and violence against males, vastly higher rates of homelessness, workplace fatalities , no protection against genital mutilation (FGM was banned about 5 minutes after anyone in the West had heard about it) as well as inequities in access to health care and education that have become a chasm and which exist BY INTENT. Women can do what feminists have told men and boys to do: shut up and stop presuming these issues are about them, or for that matter, stop acting as if they care. Name one time in the past 50 years when feminists have seriously challenged a societal or legal bias that rebounded in favor of women and girls? You can't, because it never happened.

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