No, men have negatives in society. You come across as ignorant for seeing one facet of life's discrimination as more important than another's. However, ignorance is not a crime, otherwise, all infants would be slaughtered for it. What right do you, or anyone, have to judge one side's discrimination as worse than anothers?
Or did the concept of it all being relative completely fly over your head? That was a pretty important statement. I'd like you to address this. Is it NOT relative, so that you actually can make the statement that one side DOES have it objectively worse?
My statements are not without base. There was a very long explaination about racism typed up. I feel it was the same logic, which is why I did not repeat. I can gladly delete phrases alluding to the concept of racism and replace it with phrases alluding to the concept of sexism, of course.
Perhaps you see the issues as different? That one form of discrimination is different than another? Actually, that's exactly what you seem to be implying, stating that the discrimination against women is worse against men. Do you see the struggles of racism different from the struggles of sexism? I am of the opinion that all forms of discrimination have the same roots in our collective psycology as a species that is being exploited.
Wait, I don't think we're on the same page here. I'm saying that women suffer from sexism more often than men do, not that it's worse when women suffer from sexism then when men do. Sexism is bad no matter who it's against or no matter who the victim is.
And do not talk down to me either. The side that is wrong rarely ever concedes as such, but the fact that people can act so hypocritical in the face of how wrong they were pisses me off. I am not a racist or a sexist and I honestly hate anyone will is thinking of me as such. I am here willing to engage in dialogue. When fire ants are tearing away at your body, you must not worry about individuals.
I don't think I was talking down to you, at least not consciously. Also, I never implied you were racist/sexist/whateverist, I don't really think you are. In fact, I believe you were the one calling me sexist earlier.