Well to be honest it's hard not to see a certain amount of self-hatred in some of the things you write. For instance, when Trump's notorious "grab 'em by the pussy" remark came to light and he tried to brush it off as "that's just how guys talk in locker rooms", there were various sportsmen on the news saying no, actually that's not how most of us talk, and when one of us does, his teammates will call him out on it. You disputed that - agreed with Trump, in other words! - and said in fact that that is just how men talk. I took issue with this and you decided that I'd been 'triggered' and it was very funny indeed. Which suggests a crucially important question: when you're going on about how irredeemably awful #YesAllMen are, are you including yourself? Because if you are, then it sounds suspiciously like you have a guilty conscience about your own mistreatment of women, which you're trying to ameliorate by persuading yourself that at least other men are no better. And if you're not, then it looks like a drastic case of white-knightery, 'performative wokeness' or whatever you might call it - rendered all the more silly by the fact that this place is the biggest online sausage-fest I've ever seen.Or am I? How do you know I'm not one of those man-hating feminazis in disguise?