I want to somehow gently tell you that your very wrong.Pattern-chaser wrote: ↑July 20th, 2021, 1:51 pmNo, it absolutely isn't. You have confirmed many times in this lengthy discussion that the misogyny lies with the man, and that a woman is free to decline sexual congress with any partner, for any reason, without any form of blame or reproach. Therefore, it specifically does not matter why she decided as she did. We have already determined that her reason(s) are irrelevant. It could be that her reasons are unclear or unknown, even to her, but that's OK too. Only the misogyny, in which she has no part (other than as a victim), is relevant.
In this subject, the only key point is to understand how the man became a misogynist, and for what reasons. That's what the topic asks for, and that's the only course that might lead to any form of remedy or cure for misogyny.
N.B. the misogynistic man cannot sidestep his condition by somehow learning to be more attractive to women, so that he will not be rejected, and his subsequent outpouring of hatred would be avoided. He must learn not to hate women in the first place, or forever avoid the fairer sex, for their protection.
Ever have a bug to fix and the only example was when interacting with a third-party component. All other test cases passed ok, but there is some other vendor's system that is interacted with and you don't have one to test with so you guess. When it doesn't work you eventually must get one of those systems to reverse engineer the test case and fix the bug. The actual fix is probably in the core of the module but you don't know the impact of the third-party component until you actually test it.
In this case, the woman is the third-party component and we must know what input she needs to get the output we want. If the man can learn that then the issue is solved.