Barbara Kay: According to data, it's the males of our society who are in crisis

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'In her 1998 address to a First Ladies Conference in El Salvador, Hillary Clinton observed: “Women have always been the primary victims of war. Women lose their husbands, their fathers, their sons in combat. … Women are often left with the responsibility, alone, of raising the children.”

If pressed, Hillary might have admitted that it is preferable to suffer bereavement than to die, and preferable to raise children alone than to have your legs blown off by an IED. But nobody of any influence did in fact press her on the subject. She was, after all, merely channelling the gender zeitgeist, according to which men as a collective are assumed to have inherent privilege, and women are collective victims.

Here we are 22 years later, during which time American women have demonstrably transcended glass ceilings in every formerly male-dominated domain on the feminist checklist. But by moving feminism’s goalposts further down the field toward utopia, feminist elites preserve and promote the same victimhood narrative.'

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