In my women's studies course, we learn about a lot of historical injustices against women committed by the patriarchy.
I see everyone attack men, but then they ignore that they are just as objectified in the media in different ways that any regular man cannot compare to. Suits versus bosoms.
Even if these men are portrayed in power positions, there is a small percentage of men in these positions. I wonder why everyone hates men instead of class dynamics? This hardly ever comes up in my course. Perhaps capitalism is to blame? But Marx is a male, so we have to rewrite his take on it by shrinking and pinking it.
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