Would you say that to anyone who has felt victimized (women, racial or ethnic minorities), or just to me? Obviously, your outlook is clouded by your hostility toward me.
I don't expect someone like you to understand, but I have explained enough details that I think any reasonably-objective person would not only see how I might hold these views . . but how anti-male (misandry, I believe?) American society has become.
I think it IS difficult for people -- even men -- to see the full extent until they have personally suffered the consequences (Ex: Imagine how you might feel if you had a dispute with a female co-worker . . and she then decided to up the ante by accusing you, falsely, of sexual harassment . . . if it was only for telling sex jokes in mixed company, around women who were telling similar jokes. One this is certain --- it would NOT be funny to you, or to your company. Lawsuits are expensive . . . it is easier to get rid of you (thus showing that the company took the complaint seriously) then for the company to stand by you on principle and incur legal expenses with the possibility they could lose, have to pay fines and the plaintiff's legl fees. Think it can't hasppen? . . . in today's social/legal climate . . . . I got into trouble when, after female co-workers were flirting with a window washer, I asked him if he was married. One woman claimed this was sexually-harassing to her (but she was flirting . .??)
And, its not just the company and the risk of losing your job . . . what does wifey say when she hears such accusations . . . no matter how false? How would yours react, especially if more than one woman made the claim against you? Would you be suffering "paranoid delusions" then?