(Original post by NYU2012)
Primarily because it's not my job to educate you, I'm not your professor; if you want to come to New York University when I'm lecturing on sex and gender, then by all means do so, at which point it would be my job to so. But, as it currently stands, it's not my job to do research for you.
Secondly, most of your post does not contain proper syntax or spelling; "u" is not a word "you" is, for example. If you cannot even take the time to type out a simple, syntactically correct, and properly spelled post, why should I take the incentive to respond to you and answer your questions?
What sociology lessons you have supposedly attended have apparently been completely inadequate, as a large portion of your post demonstrates a lack of understanding of the relevant sociology and psychology. For example:
"I don't get binary opposition gender system."
Westernized society operates, for a very bizarre reason, which is due entirely to European influence, on a binary opposition gender system -- 'man' and 'woman', which are opposites of one another. 'Man' displays 'masculine' features and 'woman' displays 'feminine' features -- the particular features of which are in opposition to one another.
You also have a vastly conflated sex with gender and seem to think that these are the same things; they are not. You refer to sexual physical differences as if they are the same as gender differences in numerous places in your post.
The main reason for me not really wanting to respond, however, is that combined with above-stated, I don't feel like banging my head against a wall while attempting to deal with the profound ignorance throughout this thread -- as its entirely obvious you, as well as the vast majority of this thread, has never actually read any feminist literature on gender or analyses of law, society, etc.
Some good starting points:
If you want to educate yourself on the topic of women's rights, here is the link to the book I recommended before: http://www.amazon.com/Womens-Rights-.../dp/0415804523
If you want to educate yourself on our binary gender system:
To be clear, I have no problem responding to or engaging with people who have read relevant literature, etc. I do have a problem engaging with people who have not -- primarily because such individuals have never actually thought about the gender system of Westernized society and have not spent time actually examining the relevant laws, stereotypes, archetypes, etc. And it's very difficult to engage with someone on an intellectual level when they have not yet familiarized themselves with the subject. Why is that the case? Because our understanding of sex and gender is so deeply ingrained into our perceptions of the world, that we so often ignore that we're even making gender assumptions. And that is why I find it so difficult to try to engage with people who have not familiarized themselves with the subject and have no desire to do so.