No matter how many times I repeat it, you never acknowledge the difference in me saying that all women behave outright badly (which I am not), and that there is a huge legal injustice present that puts men in incredible danger.
I believe it is shameful of you that you can't manage to respect men's personhood enough for such a thing to mean anything to you. You think it's perfectly fine that a woman can accuse a man of anything she wants and get him locked up for nothing but an accusation? As you make clear that you think women should get justice against those who harm them, does it mean anything to you that justice isn't served to the same capacity against women who harm men (when it happens, however often or seldom it happens).
But no. You're so stuck on this "you're being down on women" that the issue that harms men flies clear over your head. And that is disgusting. And like what you demonstrate, I find that this attitude that you exhibit (like men hardly matter nearly as much as women) disturbingly common among women, such that these injustices exist.
You DO know at least one man who avoids marriage because of this: me. I have known many women, I've seen the "sweetheart" sides of a number of them, some have shown interest in me (at least several I have in mind outright expressed it), I love them and treat them as kindly as I can manage. Some women with a lot of wonderful qualities, NO doubt about it, but two things: I cannot forget how unprotected I am as a man, and there is a lot of doubt in me over which women are contributors to the legal/cultural problems men have such that I am in such a vulnerable state as a man.
I am FAR from the only man who thinks this way, only a lot of men who do came from horrible experiences themselves. Some men treat women horribly, but here's the big fat difference: a man who suffers from a woman is a LOT more abandoned by others than women who are in distress because of how much more people are full of zeal to rescue women than men. A LOT of the blame for this falls on men too.
I'll never get tired of saying it though: I DO know some wonderful, wonderful women. My hope grows more with the more of them that I see! Yes, proving that a woman can in fact have a human empathy for a man after all! Another thing that's really great is seeing groups in which people are supporting male victims (a place where I see some of these women) who tend to have so little options. One man mentioned how he was giving another man shelter from his abusive wife (since men otherwise have NOWHERE to go in such cases like women can go to DV shelters).
Am I a little"fixated"? Sure, but that's because prudence is in order when cultural/legal misandry victimizes men with so little protection or options.
I have definitely beaten all of this to death. Honestly, chosenone, what is making you want to argue with me anymore? I'd understand a desire for anyone to debate if you're actually paying attention to what I'm saying.
Okay, how about this: I heard what you said. You know all kinds of godly ladies. Fabulous! That has NOTHING whatsoever to do with the topic I started or any of the points I made later, but fine. I heard you: you know hundreds of Godly ladies. Thank you. Is your mission now accomplished, now that I acknowledged what you have said? What more can I do for you?
I am sorry that you are upset.