Gross - YES

Clouded as my point may have been, I was trying to clarify an inequality. I think that my channels analogy was effective, because it proved that by bitching enough about how they are unfairly treated, women can undermine attempts at true equality. Furthermore, I wasn't just talking about women. For example the BET: this is a network designed specifically for blacks, and it's unchallenged by any censorship. But if there was *WET design specifically for whites, there would be controversy. The WET network would be considered racist. My point about the tv channels is that a White Male channel would be unacceptable, but a black or women's is fine. Also, what the quote itself specifically refers to is irrelevant. My point in using it was to show how motives for equality can change.
*Jesse created WET

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