Because a men’s world, patriarchy has brought one crucial idea:
Human beings as being “the acme of evolution” and men as being the strongest, most achieve human beings.
And all that gushed from it:
*One-sided world: the denial of differences and violence against them.
*Human beings divided into races
*Violence as an acceptable mean of solving problems
*Colonialism, bullying and intimidation
*Inequalities and segregation based on the ranking of human beings according to their wealth, race, age, looks and gender
*Women and children as objects and resources at the service of men, as properties of men
*Women as sole baby factories, as slaves of/to their ability to give birth and without a say on their fate
*Submission of women as second class human beings
*Seeing human beings merely as economic resources with various worth
*Nature as disposable economic resources
*Animals and any other living organisms as objects (the fact the English language calls them “things” is striking)
*Death and prison for sexual orientation, different beliefs, disagreement and dissent.
*Rape and sex as a weapon
*The creation of the “homo economicus” or the denial of human beings as living organisms lead by their feelings and psychological urges, rather driven solely by their cravings for more gain and power.
*The shaming of humans who are humane.
At the moment, the biggest hindrance to these changing is patriarchy. Now, I am not saying feminism will solve all problems, that would be foolish of me to think so, but most of them will definitely be left to History.
PS: Feminism doesn’t mean “a women’s world”, it means a equal world, a human world, a humane world, a “men and women’s world”.