If you're unable to accept that, then I have no sympathy for you.
And at the end of the day, you're only going to hurt yourself.
Irrelevant.Recent news items suggest that women are put at a disadvantage. On an extreme end of a scale, in October a 14 year old Pakastani girl was shot in the head by the Taliban for advocating, among other issues, better access to education for girls. She lived. You might argue that the Taliban shoots lots of people, but women in particular are seen as acceptable targets to control - they had shut down the local girls schools, but the Pakistani military managed to regain control of that area and activists were able to get them reopened.
I've known several. Can't say I empathize with them much; they were pretty unlikable and abusive.While women aren't being shot for wanting education in the US, 1 in 5 women are sexually assaulted in their lifetime. Do you know 5 women? Chances are, you know someone who has been attacked.
Modern feminists make a parody of the issue.This is just one example of something that doesn't make women, as a group, helpless, but belies some cultural issues that need to be dealt with, especially because so often it is not some random stranger who does this, but it's an acquaintance who simply believes they are entitled to have sex - without her consent and often against her will, with the woman in question.
Recall what I said about "pandering" to the demographic in a previous post.
They WANT victims so they can fuel their agenda.
Women's Rights Activists, obviously.Who are you talking about, in any of this?