Woah, wait a minute, there are actually some dumbasses who believe misandry actually exists in a way that is influential enough to significantly impact society?
I would say that feminists redefining rape so that men literally cannot be seen as victims actually exists and is harmful to society and equates to misandry. Yes.
You know, I’m pretty sure the societal downplay of males being raped has more to do with the “men are tough and love sex” stereotype and societal expectation. It’s not the fault of women that men are supposed to “love sex” all the time, in society’s opinion. It’s not mysandery, it’s society thinking that men love sex so much they can’t be raped.
So society thinking that men are, by default, “asking for it” isn’t sexism against men?
Also, who said anything about blaming women alone? You seem to be labouring under some very fundamental misconceptions here. Men can be misandric, and women are also part of society, in case you didn’t notice.
It’s also odd that you don’t even address the claim that feminism has contributed to male rape erasure, or even mention feminism at all*. I’d really like to see you explain how influencing rape laws to remain gendered in the second biggest country on Earth doesn’t “significantly impact society”.
What’s really odd is that the government actually wanted to fix the laws, which means that the government was less sexist than the women’s activists.
Thanks for demonstrating your bias, btw. You’ve also conceded that sexism against men is a real thing, even if you’re doing logical backflips to avoid admitting it. Or maybe you didn’t understand what’s meant by the term “misandry" in the first place, which I suspect is a problem for you with a lot of things.
* No, talking about “women” doesn’t count, since there are male feminists, and most women, when asked, don’t identify as feminist. In fact, trying to conflate “women” and “feminists” is itself sexist.