One of the things I admire about SYG and its convivial community is a respect for history.
And, trying to figure out who's telling of the story gets to define the reality of our current understandings.
The Evil Patriarchy is the feminists' default argument, and they can interpret even white men not getting to vote as part and parcel of that insidious, vile, gender-conspiracy.
MRA's look through contemporary glasses that focus on misandry and anti-male bias in the courts and media, and then work backwards to see how women were never really all that discriminated against, men were just behaving according to the economic and domestic codes of prior days. (Mostly having to do with providing for and protecting women and children.)
I think Sting said it best --- "History will teach us nothing!"
Pop logic, pop culture, pop justice, pop truths.
America has to embrace it pop-ness, if only because we have no really significant history to compare with 6,000 year-old European and Asian cultures.
Which is my way of saying, I'll continue to be tolerant of IK's attempts to "get the record straight."
Of course, I won't read too-long or too-annotated posts, any more than I would listen to a pop song that violates the 3:52 rule.
( The extreme length of any 1964 Beatles 45 rpm vinyl single ....)