Here in the US, Martin Luther King is held in high esteem by many. Thee is a national holiday set aside for him; most medium or larger cities have a street named after him, he is just plain a big deal. His most famous quote is “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character“. From a guy perspective, being judged by your character (and your deeds) is what they expect. They are taught that they will never get a better deal.
But how about feminist types? Well, they often seem to go out of their way to not be judged by their character. I am sure that we all can come up with lots of examples of this. Perhaps you might even mention some in the comments. It most definitely extends to the criminal justice system, with the infamous pussy pass.
In my case, I do judge women on their character. Often, I keep these judgements to myself. But they are still there. Perhaps women when sense my thoughts due to the fact that I am not praising them like so many others. I wonder how many others there are like me. How many more are coming forth? What does the future hold? It is more difficult to be of good character, so I am thinking that there will be much doubling down. Which never works.