but that is the very point here: we effectively have a culture that looks at the difference between how males behave amongst themselves, and how females behave amongst themselves, and then says that clashes resulting from these differences in male/female environments are faults with male behaviour. That is the raw sexism so typical of feminism.
This quote from Liz Smith gets to the heart of the matter.
John Hopkins
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Given that you’ve just said feminism is sexist, I will presume that anything I say will be seen through that lens and therefore I won’t be giving you any of my time or effort to respond.

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