Perhaps I should have said boys can
behave badly in order to avoid upset, but the fact is we can be an irksome lot. We're violent, we harass, we objectify. I think educating girls about boys' sometimes wild temperaments would be a good idea.
Also you left out the parts where I talked about valuing fatherhood. Though, since you raised the objection, do you deny that fathers walk out on families in far greater numbers than do mothers?
Fatherhood is a "trampled concept" and you blame this on men.
Women are not reaching senior positions in science and you blame "our political system".
I think you're making the mistake that many anti-feminists make, which ironically is to assume a kind of equality between the sexes. You assume that men and women are equally to blame for their negative stereotypes, ignoring the disadvantages that women labour under due to sexism. Sexism isn't one way traffic, but it does affect women a lot more than men -a fact which you conceded earlier when you acknowledged historical sexism which continues (in different forms) today!
There's probably some aspect of women's natures (perhaps confidence?) which contributes to their lack of representation in politics etc, so I won't say it's all because of misogynist views abroad in society, but misogny doubtlessly plays a large role. Women didn't have the vote
only a few generations ago, the degree of opposition they faced in entering male-dominated systems like the workplace has been appalling, and in some areas the opposition endures.
The word misogyny is known to us, the word misandry is barely heard of at all. This is not due to men being silenced in our society. It's because misandry scarcely exists when compared with misogyny.