A conversation I sadly feel I've too often heard hiding inbetween the lines of every feminist debate where men were involved:
However, let's say, had God or the Gods or whoever favored the female sex to begin with, women could have proven - just as strongly and likely much more cool-headed and wisely - how to shape the world without having to be compared to men (just like men never had to compare themselves to women. Well, except from this day and age where we see it more and more).
... And you wonder why it makes us angry when men are STILL surprised to find that women have anger too?! We're not saying men are the enemies, only 'the male way' has always been the ONLY way, and those who haven't been able fit this very limited category have always been more or less left out in even the most basic of human rights and equality. That is wrong and men, in general, need to realize this. We've come a long, slow way and still have a long way to go, sadly.