While the male privilege check list is confront with a female privilege check list you show. I personally think a male oppression check list is more effective in derailing their misandry. After all it is "women's historical oppresion" that "entitles" them to "special privilege" status.
Maybe this could be posted as an ongoing project to be added to at SYG.
As far as Patriarchy being the driving force instituting oppression, I say b.s.
Women are the majority of the electorate, and have been for some time. If they opt out of voting, or elected office, they are still responsible as the main oppresors as they are exercising and exploiting their "choice(s)," then blaming the big bad men for their decisions.
As far as women being oppresed because of being denied the vote for so long, b.s.
Of all the people born in the 20th century (and that our the most recent history) there isn't a man or woman I know of denied voting rights because of sex. In fact, looking at all the men killed in wars, who died for their country without the right to vote, it is men in the 20th century who have been far more egregiously denied their voting rights as compared to women.
99.999% of American combat deaths and casualties (historically)
97%+ since the 1st Gulf War (DOD)
(currently, women are not even required by law to register for selective service, but even retarded or physically disabled men are, in addition to all the healthy ones)
94% of industrial deaths and accident (NIOSH)
(Even though murder is the leading workplace cause of death for women, a statistic often used by gender feminists, that number is only a percentage of the 6% of workplace deaths that women comprise. In other words, "a fraction of a small fraction.")
76% of homicides DOJ
75% of Suicides CDC
A woman is the party filing for divorce in about 75% of divorce cases.
Women receive custody in about 75% of child custody cases.
Paternity fraud is rampant in the U.S.
30% of those named as fathers - bilked of child support unjustlyhttp://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=48871
Of the top ten leading causes of death by disease, men lead in all categories (age range 15 yrs. old to 55 years old). Even though more women die of heart disease each year, men die of heart disease many years earlier.
93% of the prison population is male with over 60% having no High School education.
173 wrongly convicted people have been exonerated by DNA evidence since the beginning of the Innocence Project.
172 of the wrongly convicted were men.
Most of them had charges of rape against them.
One attorney estimates that there are between 20,000 and 100,000 wrongly convicted still in prison.
We hear a lot about the historical oppression of women's voting rights, but no woman who was born in the 20th century was every without the right to vote in her lifetime, upon reaching legal voting age. On the other hand, over 2400 hundred California men (42% of CA men killed in Vietnam) gave their life for their country without being allowed by their country to vote. Four of the twelve Iwo Jimo flag raisers died for their country without their country ever allowing them the right to vote. http://www.mensnewsdaily.com/archive/a-b/blumhorst/2005/blumhorst052805.htm
If you do a full count on all the men in the 20th century who died for their country without being allowed to vote the numbers will be staggering.
In America there are over 270 women's commissions, but only one for men in New Hampshire.
There are over 700 Women's Studies programs on colleges and universities throughout the United States teaching thousands or tens of thousands of classes from the gender feminist perspective, but not one program or class teaching men's studies from the masculist perspective.
Men are a significant percentage of domestic violence (26% of intimate partner homicides), yet are denied service at most tax payer funded domestic violence shelters. In contrast, women get every veteran's benefit a man does, yet comprise less than 3% of combat deaths or casualties and a woman makes the cover of Time magazine (person of the year/2003 standing in front of two men. http://www.defenselink.mil/news/Dec2003/200312225a.jpg
It appears to me American men are routinely treated like 2nd class citizens in their own country.
Someone online in a post pointed out that some people say breast cancer is a greater concern in women than prostate cancer in men based on reported deaths overall. Are we considering that men today die on average 6 years sooner than women? I read somewhere that around 1920 the death rates were roughly equal. The death rates for prostate and breast cancer are similar, but because men die of other things more frequently-accidents ,war, heart disease etc., there are fewer men left to die of prostate cancer. "This would be akin to saying people from a nation like Zimbabwe are immune to Alzheimer's- but in fact they die of other things before they can get old enough to contract Alzheimer's."