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For, at their crux is the notion that men are either genetically or socially conditioned to be evil.
(Whilst it isn't right to form assumptions about someone based on these criteria, it does take the issue out of the realms of feminism.) These instances have, however, been incredibly few and far between.A pedant he might have been, but it's worth noting the official definition of misogynist as "someone who hates women" rather than "anyone who dares question the popular feminist status quo". " came the online battle cry, as though even garnering some male opinions would be a threat to womankind's empowerment, so toxic and self-serving they would inevitably be.In the same article, I dared to suggest that we should take into account men's feelings and viewpoints on key feminist issues. The Everyday Sexism movement is a fantastic idea - an opportunity for an open debate on the ways in which genders mindlessly form prejudices against each other.Men whistle at you and there are boobies in the newspaper, you poor helpless little things".Today's feminism teaches British women to see themselves as victims and victims cannot exist without a villain, in this instance – men.Don't misunderstand, I'd consider myself a feminist and I'm all for structural changes which ensure equal treatment of the sexes - the types that are working to ensure we have an equal number of female MPs and laws to prevent female genital mutilation, for example.
But cultural "feminist" changes, the types that insist lads mags, Page 3 and wolf-whistling are automatically offensive and should therefore be scrapped from the public consciousness, I have always struggled to comprehend.
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I'd much rather say to young women, "these rights were hard won.
Go and make the most of them" than "no wonder you can't fulfil your potential!
Some, for example, have taken to posting pictures of men looking at Page 3 on the train, with captions branding these individuals "creepy", "vile" and "disgusting" without any sort of meaningful explanation.