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And yet they flirt!

A successful man in his prime. This privileged and highly skilled social participant shares that he does not dare to flirt with a woman. She could see him as a rapist! What a dog's life, actually.

Swiss men are under general suspicion. And this does not mean the well-known accusation that boys and everything that becomes of them cannot talk about their feelings. They can speak well, but they don't want to - this is the finding of friends with life experience.

Another general suspicion was reported on Swiss television. A young, healthy Swiss man announced it in the “Club” broadcast about “perfectly normal sexism”. "Men are under general suspicion of the culture of rape."

“Rape culture”, derived from “rape culture”, the next bad word of the year. The so-called sexism debate has made it acceptable. Because like many publicly conducted disputes - not the matter, but the medium is the beneficiary - it also brings out clever and stupid things.

The whining of the said «club» guest can be slammed into one or the other category; it is definitely noteworthy and deserves special attention.

Just imagine: A successful man in the prime of his years, he sits body-consciously on the couch, confidently he smiles at the questions of enervated disputants in the wind. Tens of thousands of people watch him and will later recognize him on the street. He is a role model, role model, or could become one. This privileged and highly skilled social participant shares that he does not dare to flirt with a woman. She could see him as a rapist! What a dog's life, actually.

The sexism debate is a quota generator. If it weren't for Donald Trump and his open-hearted views about the opposite sex, one would not know how the Swiss media would have brought their readers, listeners and viewers into a long winter this autumn.

Who is now the bad guy? Men with ties, men with hairpieces, women in blouses, women in minis - or is it the SVP?

But we know something else: Not a single meter of new women's land has been won in a man's world. The idea of ​​femininity is a romantic invention and sensation. A lack of femininity is assessed as a failure - or as a woman's negligence towards herself. As long as such principles are social premises, the debate is no further than a skirt: Who is now the bad guy? Men with ties, men with hair pieces, women in blouses, women in minis - or is it the SVP?

Public debates on sexism are forums for making love. The real sexism debate takes place at your own much-touted kitchen table. He's cooking, she'll wash up later. And during the meal, the two (in words, please) get together. Or maybe not.

Fortunately, alongside the current events in the spotlight, the world continues to turn undeterred. And possibly even faster than you think possible. An anecdote as an example? Ten years ago they would hardly have been told with as broad a grin as they are today. They might have been ashamed to keep quiet - or an efficient family therapy would have been recommended immediately to those involved.

Well, there says a girl, a riding student and a bright thing in general: "Whenever I want something, clothes or something, then I get it too!" And how does the clever child do this? Of course: "I just have to jingle my eyes at home at Papi's!"