As an anti-feminist, I admit, I've noticed a *LOT* of misogynous questions here. It's as if the act of questioning society's gynocentricity enables trolls and misogynstic bigots to come out from under their rocks.
There is a *HUGE* difference between wondering why women shouldn't be required to sign up for selective service and saying that women are not good for anything other than sex, and maybe childcare and should be home in the kitchen. The latter is either trolling or no-class misogyny.
We regularly get questions here asking whether women should ever have been given the vote, as an example.
Its much rarer that we see questions wondering why we haven't gotten rid of 90% of them men, for instance.
Don't get me wrong: In my view, we are definitely a gynecentric society, doing much more to protect and enable women in all avenues of their life, leaving men pretty much on their own to fend for themselves while depending on men to do the unpleasant and dangerous tasks that make humanity tick - but this particular venue is riddled, absolutely riddled with misogyny. I try to call people on it, but I feel like a rowboat in a tsunami.
It may be just a sign of the resentment that's been building in men for a long time, but it would be far more effective it was both eloquent and actually fact full.