Lemme just say this.
While there is something wrong with the way some men see women in our society, there is also something wrong with the way some women see men. All Im saying is, can we at least admit that the way women are educated by society and by media to treat men is often defective? That it is not only men whos view of the opposite sex is defective?
Not sure what that has to do with the killer - hes fully responsible for his own actions, not men or women. But to say that everything is the fault of "male entitlement" and "misogyny", is nothing less than absurd. I could just as easily argue that some women "drove" him to commit the crime, and it would be no less absurd.
Also the arguement about this being a "white male" problem is just as absrud. Yes, women are raped and assualted in many places around the world, but it happens in India, Africa and the Middle East just as much and I would say even more so, than in the west. So much for "white men" being a protoype for crimes against women.
One last thing...he killed four men and two women. Im sick of hearing this talked about as purely a crime against women. I understand why women feel targeted by him. He did hate women. But then again he hated everyone, so to call this a misogynistic crime, rather than a misnathropic crime, is wrong.