Okay. You're done accepting or ignoring the roles society has made acceptable for men.

That's not hatred.

Can we say we're also done accepting or ignoring the roles society has made acceptable for women?

If so, is that misogny?

I've read Hermange's book. It's ten thousand words of boilerplate feminism encased in a catchy title. Valerie Solanis did it much better when she published the SCUM Manifesto.

In all honesty, the men in my life now & the recent past are nothing like the ones described here. And most are Trump voters. Matter of fact, the man who taught me to cook & clean & do laundry & respect women believed feminism was something went to the gynecologists for.

Maybe you need different men...

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Andrew Katz

Andrew Katz

LA born & raised, now I live upstate. I hate snow. I write on healthcare, politics & history. Hobbies are woodworking & singing Xmas carols with nonsense lyrics