If various media feature women's—but not men's—sections, does this mean that all sections not specified as women's are for men? Why is the content featured on women's sections so fixated on their bodies and emotional affairs, rather than international news, politics or finance?
Feminist opposition to patriarchy does not attack men, but defies an unjust system that benefits a minority and thrives on the oppression of women and most men. Before societies can move forward to amend such a flawed structure, we need to revise contemporary perceptions of the meaning and purpose of feminism.
Beauty pageants manifest modern patriarchy in Arbil or New York. They portray women's bodies as products of consumerism and advertize them demeaningly. The contests purport to value the talents and goals of contestants, but judges prefer women whose appearances reflect a western concept of beauty.