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it is NOT possible for a women to be sexist to a man.

Firstly the dictionary is wrong GET OVER IT. Sexism is where discrimination based on gender becomes instritutionally ingrained, rendering it being viewed as culturally normal. I.e rape culture (1/5 women are raped).

Hence sexism requires institutional power + discrimination, therefore you cannot be sexist to a man.
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(Original post by sacca)
it is NOT possible for a women to be sexist to a man.

Firstly the dictionary is wrong GET OVER IT. Sexism is where discrimination based on gender becomes instritutionally ingrained, rendering it being viewed as culturally normal. I.e rape culture (1/5 women are raped).

Hence sexism requires institutional power + discrimination, therefore you cannot be sexist to a man.
so youve just described child custody?
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so youve just described child custody?
That is a result of patriachy
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Wow. And here I thought you were mild... Ok what about all men have to be big and strong, that's an institution. Are you telling me that's not sexist.
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You mean the sort of systematically ingrained sexism that results in far more men than women committing suicide, dying as a result of working dangerous jobs, not to mention young men are disproportionately represented in combat casualties (it just happens men are still seen as the gender privileged enough to die in a combat zone. I guess that's not sexist though )
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(Original post by sacca)
it is NOT possible for a women to be sexist to a man.

Firstly the dictionary is wrong GET OVER IT. Sexism is where discrimination based on gender becomes instritutionally ingrained, rendering it being viewed as culturally normal. I.e rape culture (1/5 women are raped).

Hence sexism requires institutional power + discrimination, therefore you cannot be sexist to a man.
says the female in the top 1% of privelaged people, wearing clothes and trainers which were made by boys in a sweatshop and eats chocolate farmed by a boy who is so poor he never tasted chocolate in his life. Get over yourself, you abuse boys from a position of privelage and power all day every day who basically work as slaves for you.
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And people wonder why feminists are so disliked.
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Dear Sacca,

:rofl:
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Dear women,

Maternity leave vs paternity leave.

OP is being silly, thankfully you don't all think like her.
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(Original post by sacca)
it is NOT possible for a women to be sexist to a man.

Firstly the dictionary is wrong GET OVER IT. Sexism is where discrimination based on gender becomes instritutionally ingrained, rendering it being viewed as culturally normal. I.e rape culture (1/5 women are raped).

Hence sexism requires institutional power + discrimination, therefore you cannot be sexist to a man.
Dictionary is wrong... seems legit.
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(Original post by sacca)
That is a result of patriachy
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The dictionary is not wrong, you are wrong.
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(Original post by sacca)
it is NOT possible for a women to be sexist to a man.

Firstly the dictionary is wrong GET OVER IT. Sexism is where discrimination based on gender becomes instritutionally ingrained, rendering it being viewed as culturally normal. I.e rape culture (1/5 women are raped).

Hence sexism requires institutional power + discrimination, therefore you cannot be sexist to a man.
1/5 women are raped? You're so delusional

So if there's no institutional sexism against men explain why men are at such a disadvantage with child custody, explain why men are more likely to receive a custodial sentence for the same offence, explain why if a woman forces a man to have sex with her she can only go to prison for 6 years whereas a man can get life


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1 in 5 women are raped. Well, that certainly seems legit.
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(Original post by sacca)
it is NOT possible for a women to be sexist to a man.

Firstly the dictionary is wrong GET OVER IT. Sexism is where discrimination based on gender becomes instritutionally ingrained, rendering it being viewed as culturally normal. I.e rape culture (1/5 women are raped).

Hence sexism requires institutional power + discrimination, therefore you cannot be sexist to a man.
Oh good, I'm glad you've set a precedent for that. Good to know we can ignore the dictionary definition of feminism and focus on the reality of the situation.
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That is a result of patriachy
EVEN IF this is the case, it doesn't stop it from being systematic and institutional discrimination against men does it?

And further, if as is often said, patriarchy hurts men too, then in what meaningful sense can it be called patriarchy?
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Dear Women,

We don't care. Enjoy being subservient.

Yours Unfaithfully,

The Patriarchy.
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Of course women can be sexist towards men. Imagine if a woman was in charge of who she hired. She chooses not to hire a man purely because he is a man. Sexism surely?

1/5 women are raped? here did you get this statistic exactly?
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Your personal definition of sexism derived from bigotry and misandry is wrong; the dictionary definition of sexism derived from the consensus among theories of social and political discrimination is correct. The general consensus among concerned parties as to the usage of a particular word actually defines the definition of a word itself.

Get over it.
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Your personal definition of sexism derived from bigotry and misandry is wrong; the dictionary definition of sexism derived from the consensus among theories of social and political discrimination is correct. The general consensus among concerned parties as to the usage of a particular word actually defines the definition of a word itself.

Get over it.
You have to wonder what it is about people like this that makes them so hostile to the idea of taking mens issues seriously.
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