So I was watching this show last night called something like "Sex in the Naughties". It should have been called "feminists having sex", or something. But basically the show had this supposed sex expert woman talking about the rise in certain sexual trends. One of these trends is the rise in women behaving more like men in that they're going out there and treating sex like a sport, no longer feeling ashamed at the number of sexual partners they're having and having lots of one night stands. A man in this position would be called a womaniser, right? And quite rightly too. I think its a nasty thing to just treat people like disposable objects with no intention of talking to them again. But there were various women talking about it, and they were talking about how great this is They said, its a sign of the empowerment of women I sometimes feel like a woman could do anything, ABSOLUTELY anything and be called empowered. One example is, if a woman were attractive, other women act like this is an achievement in itself. Like the "beautiful" Kate Moss, and such and such. A woman could get a job, get called empowered. Flash her boobs on a drunken night, get called empowered because supposedly they're taking a slice of the male booze culture. Its bull****. Where is the male empowerment? Am I the only male that feels like we live in a society where things are disadvantaged towards males? A man has to fight extra hard in our modern society for recognition. One example, and you could witness this among male comic book fans. A girl mentions she likes anime and comic books, and all of a sudden shes the "perfect girl". So what? She's probably boring and stupid, just like anyone else could be. I'd mention I enjoy Stephen King and writing, and no one would give a ****. A female in the same position would be looked at in awe that she actually has writing down as an interest. Anyone get what I mean?