It's becoming increasingly obvious in modern times that governments can't do anything anymore to combat sexism. At best, they are a nuisance, and at worst, they will insert useless laws that will never change attitudes in order to appease stupid liberal feminists and allow real evil to persist. Theory tells us that the mode of production and structure of society correlates greatly with the treatment of woman. Since the dawn of civilization marriage was used to bind woman legally and economically to the absolute authority of her father. It becomes clearer to me day by day that sexist attitudes will never be changed by trying to appeal to the government, but that we have to radically uproot it. Women haven't had any sizeable political power in the world until 1945. Dear reader, even today, don't you feel that society is pervaded with the attitude that women are manipulative and evil? One only needs to look on this site.
There's 2 ways in which we can do this that I can see:
1. Become as bad as patriarchs in a battle of the sexes that requires us to seek traditionally male activities and become better at them than the men. To become as argumentative, as petty, as hateful as the men. I do not like this idea because it is phallogocentric and simply replaces one capitalist with another. This is the way that Simone de Beauvoir wanted us to do it. It also seems rather bitter "you did this to us for millenia so we will punish your male children". Quite petty.
2. We simply resist all sexism and stay active and smart on our stuff, ally ourselves with proletarian males, hoping that the historical dialectic will eventually allow us to be freed from these attitudes, which will probably only come along with the destruction of gender itself. The problem is that, can we really ally ourselves with proletarian males? Come a revolution, would they simply take for themselves and make the same tired talking points throughout history of women being too childish for political power? Many proletarian men are uneducated and sexist, can we trust them?