I stand firmly in my own authority with what I write about rape culture, just as I stand in my own authority with this article you so fervently agree with. If you find me insightful in the latter, you should at least consider the possibility that I’m applying the same insight to the former.
I don’t generally entertain “not all men” comments to any extent when I write about rape culture. Unless you can specify any part of anything I’ve ever said where I specifically claimed that all men do a certain thing or are a certain way, I’m not going to waste any time addressing your point about broad brush generalisations about your gender. I will however provide some literature and ask you to reflect on its content.
Not all men
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