Many women face undeserved sexism, that's a given.
The point of creating this thread is not to doubt that in any way.
However, In our righteous effort to prevent this discrimination, it seems that there's a number of people who have different roles to play in this. I'll explain.
Among the users who truly believe in equality, there are some who, with a self proclaimed title (such as feminists etc) or not, forward various beliefs. To my surprise such beliefs sometimes go through without any resistance or reaction. Often, they even find ground of agreement.
I'm talking about comments such as "misandry doesn't exist" and "only men rape" or perhaps unfair generalisations such as "males are privileged" and many, many more.
Having said that, I'm afraid that the image above showcases one instance where to the eye of the general public AND/OR the judiciary system, a victim is judged differently according to their gender.
He got sent to jail, as you can read, without any proof whatsoever. (to this day, even if Brian got accepted back in his school and the project barely hit its target, the girl remains unpunished and has even KEPT THE 3 MILLION dollars given to her. On the other side, Anita still hasn't delivered with her promises, being many months late. Her project got 26 times the amount needed.)
I'm sure you know the story by know so I won't analyze it any further.
Let me ask you a question, however: Is this the kind of equality we want in our society?
Let me end my post by pointing out some seemingly "known" or "obvious" statements which on the other hand seem to need a refreshment, a reminiscence if you will:
-Sexism goes both ways.
-Human beings are ***holes and lie to protect their own selves or harm others and this goes to both males and females.
-Human beings are also supportive and choose to help each other in times of need. Gender doesn't limit this.
-Any kind of gender discrimination, should that be misandry or misogyny, is equally bad, hurts our society, is unwanted and we should demand it to be judged and punished. At the end of the day, an innocent human being finding redemption is what matters the most.
-We're equal, yes but we're not the same. Men and women ARE different and that's exactly what we like most about each other.
I only speak common sense.
[Mod edit: Beyond the inaccurate picture above to support a weak point, the language of the OP's posts reek of intentional trolling or otherwise attempting to rile the community up into petty squabbling. Given the number of times this has been flagged and thoroughly picked apart by the userbase, I see no reason for this topic to remain open. -PsEG]