That's fair if you think of me so.
As I said my opinions on the matter derives from the "general impression" I have had from the BBC for the last few years. I'm not against diversity in western media but I'm not involved in human right activism or know all the politics and details about it to speak on behalf of the whole matter.
I'm just a cisgendered white man in front of a telly.
The way I see it I see that modern entertainment is putting more effort into diversity and that is a good thing. I'm not denying that.
And I get through such media, such stigmas that people of other colours, cultures and even society can be brought to awareness and teach us how to better ourselves with them.
But to me, my "general impression" is that being cis white normie is to a degree unconcluded to diversity, that I should feel bad for being a white male. Doctor Who making jabs at men or BBC refusing applications from white people.
I'm not saying "cishet white norm" should be defended, I'm saying it shouldn't need be defending to begin with.
In the Doctor Who clip I posted of the General regenerating, it's fair that she regards being female normal for "her" given gender ID may differ from birth gender. But did she really need to go on about male ego when it is her own ego who brought it up?
I find this line of her somewhat sexist against males. But if this was her opinion as a character then that's just how she thinks. Way of the world, and other worlds apparently.
But if the whole point of the General regenerating into a female just to say how women are the "normal gender" and men are just egotistical in general just because that's the impression the BBC wants to give it's audience then that isn't equality for women, it's just sexism to men.
Not saying men should have the right to say or regards women just like the General regards men, I'm saying neither should.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.