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Anonymous asked in Social ScienceGender Studies · 4 months ago

Why does the U.S. have so many laws that discriminate against males?

I thought sex based discrimination was illegal in America.

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  • 4 months ago
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    "Why does the U.S. have so many laws that discriminate against males"

    Legacy wise: - Well over a century ago, men and women used to have different roles in society, and thus different sets of Rights and Responsibilities to make that fair. The concept of equal Rights was bestowed upon women (long before most of us were born), but the reality of equal Responsibilities has yet to materialize. In this sense, men are behind women regarding legal equality. Feminists only pushed for equal Rights, and they along with society in general has ignored equal Responsibilities in order for us to have a true equality.

    Modern Feminism: - Today's feminism that exists in a post equal Rights world has morphed into a neo-Leftist aligned radical social change agenda that uses the old and outdated ideas of female inequality that no longer exist, in order to ridiculously insinuate that women do not have legal equality to men, and thus have -their- radical social change ideas entertained as the "gender equality" solutions.

    At the same time, these feminists elevate any individual social act of inequality by any one man against any one woman to be an act of "male oppression" against ALL women as a group. From this standpoint, they demand (and often get) laws changed that discriminate against ALL men in order to privilege women as per the feminist "solution" to that "gender issue".

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  • Anonymous
    4 months ago

    sex based discrimination is only illegal against women and the lgbt community. straight males have no rights.

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  • Anonymous
    4 months ago

    Poor little incel Snowflake.

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