I am a woman, and I want men to treat me the way they treat other men and the way they want to be…
Mirah Curzer

You are severely missing the point. It’s not that a man here is failing to take into account your own evaluation of what you want as a woman (as a proxy for women in general). It’s that you don’t understand what it is like to be a man. This point shouldn’t be controversial, given that the subject of this article is about how men don’t understand what it’s like to be a woman. You certainly can’t have it both ways, without being hypocritical. You should take a moment to reflect on whether or not you really understand how men treat each other, how that experience is lived, and whether you’re even in a position to know that you want that.

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