Is the definition of "sexism" in itself sexist?Posted by: Mister_Man
According to Merriam-Webster, the definition of sexism is: "unfair treatment of people because of their sex; especially : unfair treatment of women." - You see that "especially unfair treatment of women" in there? Would that be considered sexist? It's sexist ESPECIALLY if it's against a woman? Whattaya think? - http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sexism
While sexism has historically effected women on a vastly greater scale than men, sexist against either sex is equally wrong. Neither sex should recieve presidence over the other. Both should be protected from any form of discrimination (sadly women are mistreated much more often than men).
because it can happen to men just as much as wemon so the especially wemon crack is boguss
Who gives a f_ck. It's true that women for the most part have been unfairly treated compared to men. Am i missing anything? Is it misrepresenting sexsism in some way? Please tell me.
Women had been mistreated the most throughout historym
Historically it has affected women to a far greater degree.
I don't even understand how it could be?