Suzanne Venker has come to the defense of the most beleaguered group in America, one that is cruelly put upon from all sides, from being bashed in the media to having schools and colleges stacked against them, all the while being falsely accused of all manner of abuses while their own victimhood is ignored. She says this group has become second-class citizens.
But you don’t find them whining about their reduced status. No sir, they suffer in silence. She concludes:
From boyhood through adulthood, the White American Male must fight his way through a litany of taunts, assumptions and grievances about his very existence. His oppression is unlike anything American women have faced. Unlike women, however, men don’t organize and form groups when they’ve been persecuted. They just bow out of the game.
Yes, throughout history women have faced nothing like the oppression men face now. But being the complainers that they are, they keep going on and on about trivialities like how they didn’t have the vote for 150 years after independence, were completely shut out of most opportunities in education and careers and employment until recently, and still get raped and abused in huge numbers.
That’s the way women are, always complaining about the smallest things while not seeing the much greater suffering of non-women.