Are women just as sexist than men?
I would say so because alot of them expect a man would treat them in a more favorable way than a woman would treat them or how a man would treat another man? When the special treatment is not there, the man would not be called a gentleman.
- ?Lv 75 months ago
Some are but not for the reasons you cite. There are women on this very platform who say sexist things about men. Not because they expect special treatment from men but because they've been convinced a statement can only be sexist if it's against women. Sort of the "minorities can't be racist" premise.
- Anonymous5 months ago
You are wrong. Women want men to treat them like human beings. Other women do this even if they aren't kind. Men, sometimes even while being "kind", largely do not. It's all manipulation for sex. None of it's real.
- .Jerry.Lv 75 months ago
"Are women just as sexist than men?"
Probably. But individual bigotry such as sexism or racism, is not really a quantifiable measure of how bigoted the society is. It is the systemic bigotry (enacted and enforced by the state), as well as the special interest groups that promote bigotry as a cohesive ideology, (such as the KKK & BLM and Feminism) with members that aspire to live up to the tenets of that ideology that make any society bigoted.
Understanding this, we can also see that systemic (state sponsored) bigotry no longer exists against any group except for men (Selective Service obligation, taxpayer funded "women's only" programs and benefits denied to men, just because they are men .. and more). It is in the social vein, where it is politically correct to denigrate men openly. that shows we are a society that accepts sexism. It is politically incorrect suicide to be sexist in the same manner, openly, against women. Summing this all up, we can say that society is much more sexist against men.
- Green PuffinLv 75 months ago
Women are most certainly sexist towards their own gender as well as towards men, however, generally most control freak type of women don't use violence or aggressive behaviour to get their point across.
Also the behaviour you mention is just good manners and everyone should do that regardless of gender.
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- Anonymous5 months ago
Nope, men are more sexist.
The tons of sexism throughout history for centuries proves it. Oh and let’s not forget about the tons of sexism and misogyny online by men way more then online misandry by women.
- NatLv 45 months ago
Not really. Men hate women for the things women don’t do for them. Women hate men for the things they do to them.
- BillLv 75 months ago
Well, being a gentlemen by definition depends on the man treating the woman in a special way. Why should you be a called a gentlemen when you don't fit the definition?