supergaijin asked: Assuming most men aren't trying to consciously oppress women; doesn't the road to eliminating it necessarily need to be inclusive of men? You don't leave the puppy at home when you go to obedience school. Honest question not trying 2 be argumentative
Feminism does not need men to be successful, men need to stay out of the way and learn to listen to women and their concerns. Male allies who actually care about women don’t need pat-pats and blow jobs for being decent human beings.
So do you advocate violent revolution? The way I see it is there are three potential paths forward to free women from a lesser class than men:
1) engage men to firstly reach agreement that the patriarchal class structures are still present and then work together to break them down cooperatively.
2) violent revolution to forcibly remove the male dominated power structure.
3) self imposed segregation for women
I apologize if I am not seeing potential other roadways to progress