Well yes. Misogyny, misandry, misandry, misogyny. Minette Marrin from the Sunday Times, Nov 24th, 2002:
Even little children sense this prevailing orthodoxy in the playground. I will never forget the moment my nine-year-old daughter told my four-year-old son that men do all the bad and cruel things in the world and are wicked. But not girls. The poor little fellow looked at her in shame and horror. Since then he has been growing up in a climate of increasing misandry, the opposite of misogyny.
We hear endless complaints about misogyny, but actually misandry rules. Or if not exactly misandry, a profound misunderstanding of masculinity: Boys and men are increasingly blamed and belittled. Girls meanwhile have been doing better and better at school and university, making the most of positive discrimination; whereas boys have begun to underperform in most things, except in breaking the law.
The stereotypes of the co-operative, hardworking and sociable girl compared with the disaffected, lazy and antisocial boy truly exist across society. Testosterone has become a vulgar term of abuse. The reasons are legion but the result is the same; this is a bad time to he a boy.
2002 eh? It’s been creeping up on us for decades. So, shall we arrest, along with Khan’s targets, all the Muslims and deport them? Then we can go after all the feminazis, anyone who’s ever said anything bad about a male, especially a white male.
Then we can go after Alyssa Milano for being a right pain, along with St Greta. Why stop there? Round up the politicians – Abbott, Wrong-Daily, Bliar, Golden Gordo, Pelosi, Schumer … and so on.
Oh and what of these bints?
Finland’s millennial feminist-led government faces a vote of no confidence after pledging to send personnel to the Greek border — to help migrants claim asylum.