women weren't recognized as "persons" until recently, weren't allowed to attend universities until recently, often weren't allowed to read newspapers at home until recently, most often not permitted to attend educational seminars until recently
I'm very sorry that you believe fiction such as this that only exists in lifetime TV movies about a caricature of a husband beating his wife.
I feel sorry for you that you're a man hating feminist who hates her father.
Fat acceptance for women is sort of the same as how the WNBA is like the special Olympics. Everybody knows that the people in the special Olympics aren't world class athletes, but we give them medals to make the feel "special", much like how the women in the WNBA couldn't compete against high school male athletes, but we gave them their own league to make them feel "special" even though nobody watches their games.
It's the same thing with "fat acceptance" (only for women of course). Those women are "special", they're "healthy and sexy at any size. "
...Until they die early because of heart failure or diabetes.
I do find it funny that even in your own words here you make all kinds of fictional excuses for why women haven't invented things or been remarkable.
Do you see how the world doesn't allow men to do this? Men are not allowed to make excuses or be coddled. That's why men do all the great things, precisely BECAUSE they know that no one is going to give them special Olympic participation trophies.
Even fat men know this. Many, many fat men have accomplished great things in life precisely because the world gave them no slack whatsoever. Nobody told them that they were healthy when they weren't. If they had, perhaps some of those great men would've died prematurely.
Even if the fictitious things you stated here were true and they had happened to men, men would've still found a way to be great.
That's why men shouldn't envy women's special treatment and privileges, even though it's clearly unfair.
Suffering makes a person better than they were.
Understanding this instead of making excuses for being a loser is an intrinsic part of masculinity.