Hmmmm. The whole thing is dedicated in honor of the "Montreal Massacre." They mention gendercide as if it is common place??? What's up with this? Is this the way this is seen in Canada? One example of "Gendercide." Do they consider war an example of Gendercide?
Ah, come on E., that's too easy: Of course not - you can't have genocide against non-humans.
Consider that the major genocides in contemporary wars (e.g., Bosnia, Iraq, Afghanistan, etc.) focus on exterminating men and at most, raping women. So of course the real
war crimes are against women, because we all know men aren't human.
And besides, rape is far worse than murder (see other thread)...