In other words, the rhetoric seems to be directed not only at injustice, but at her injustice as a woman. If you only hate injustice, it's not what she did in her capacity, but what she should do directly. Just like robbery is wrong, but generally speaking, the injustice of robbery has nothing to do with whether the robber is a man or a woman, and whether it is a man or a woman will not make the robbery any more unjust.
So the resentment of that rhetoric seems more like an act of femininity, and I think that response is a classic manifestation of misogyny: hating industry email list and punishing women who are "disobedient." So what exactly is misogyny? Misogyny, if taken literally, should mean hating all women. However, if misogyny is understood in this way, there are probably very few people who can truly be called misogynist.
Because some people hate certain women, they can like women close to them such as mothers, sisters and sisters, or female friends. arrow_forward_iosunderstand more Powered by GliaStudio However, we still seem to feel that there is a certain ethos against women in society (like this incident), and it seems that women are always belittled and attacked. It seems that it should be understood as "misogynistic". Kate Manne pointed out in "Down Girl: The Logic of Misogyny" that misogyny is actually a social system.