Yes, I do, using this definition.
And more men are starting to thankfully realise it:
I also think that it's not just women that need to stop being harassed and bullied - or for that matter gaslit, mocked and blamed for what happened to them on a daily basis (for instance, years of bullying in schools for both genders of kids). We need to stop telling men that crying is unacceptable, emotionally isolating them because it supposedly is seen as weak and be taught how to deal with feelings of frustration before they lead to hopelessness and violence, as well as the fact that trying hard enough does not entitle you to a reward or satisfaction provided by someone else. Aggressive women need to be called out on their ignoring of a 'no' just as much as there are plenty that don't understand the word either. Women are too often told we're not a threat and could not hurt a 'real' man anyways, and that a man ALWAYS wants sex so why would you even need his consent?
And - while we're at it - then there is this:
Our entitled society needs a serious overhaul, imho.
Note: Im not at present in the position to actually engage in a debate about this, but I figured I'd just share this stuff here, so you guys could.