Female privilege is not being required to sign up for the draft.
Male privilege is being able to join the military without being ridiculed or being called a dyke, or having your femininity questioned. Male privilege is being able to fight for the country you love on the front lines, and being viewed as physically capable to do so. Male privilege is being able to do the job you want in the military without bars due to your gender, without being expected to go into the medical or administrative careers in the military. Male privilege is being able to engage in activities such as shooting rifles, exercising frequently, and burping, and not receiving scathing comments from your family and/or friends about how you are “never going to find a husband”. Male privilege is being able to choose a career that plays upon your strengths, such as physical acuity and strong leadership skills, and not being prevented from or being judged for doing so.
A misogynistic society is one in which women find themselves in situations where they are on the front lines, and legally not being able to help their fellow countrymen and women because of their gender, even though they could save them.
American soldiers who are women have found themselves in these situations during the Iraq war, and continue to find themselves in these situations when they are deployed to Afghanistan to this day.
Many, many careers are expected to be held only by men, and it is assumed that women need to be protected because they are physically weaker than men, when, in fact, many females are much more capable soldiers and much more inspiring leaders than their male counterparts.
Male privilege is having an all cis male panel discussing and regulating issues pertaining to people with different reproductive organs from them.
Male privilege is not having your body and your bodily autonomy be considered a political battlefield, as something to control via legislature.
Why are women suddenly second-class citizens that can’t make their own health choices?
Speak of the devil!
“I want a lady in the streets but a freak in the sheets”. Yeah, I agree with all of this.