If a man can’t protect something he is genetically and culturally obligated to protect it hurts him, so he has one of two choices: he must fight to gain the power to protect, or pretend that he doesn’t have that obligation, he must pretend that women are unworthy of his protection, that women are instead worthy of his scorn and objectification.

Diallo Kenyatta

Understanding Misogyny in the Black community in a historical context.

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