Come again? You might as well say that a man hits a woman but feels that she hit him. If men really reason like this, then there's not much hope of our reaching a rapport.
She also tells us that mothers give children less attention than they need, thus, she implies, causing men's misogyny. Sure they do - a child's need for attention is insatiable. But how is it that (a) only the boy children grow up wanting to punish their mothers, and (b) fathers are not equally censured for neglecting their children?
I dare say that Mr Jukes spends many hours each day, by virtue of his profession, in the company of unhappy, confused men, and he's bound to think they are all like that. Maybe most of them are, and I wish I knew why.
But I'm lucky enough to know one very nice, successful man who likes women and doesn't bully anybody, and he happens to have had a horrid childhood, being abandoned by his father at an early age, bullied at school, and utterly neglected by his devastated, poverty-stricken mum. Theories, anyone?
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