You know John your point of view is based on the assumption that all men are treated the same and viewed the same as professional white men. Obviously that is not the case. I find all too often that the dominant group, white middle and upper middleclass men and women speak for everyone , you don't. Also, i find female empowerment and dominance are two different things. How can you say that "women" and "men" need to do anything when you don't know what experiences other less privilieged men have had. Also, it seems to me whenever on group claims superiority over another tradgey ensues shortly thereafter. Just look at history.