I just don't agree with the idea of telling a demographic that their very existence is somehow problematic. I get the irony here. Don't worry. Government should have as little intervention into the lives of individuals as possible. Taxes? Laws? Of course that's fine. social engineering and indoctrination? not so much. I pretty much detest anybody or anything that tells me how I should be behaving or thinking. At 37 years old I'm still evolving but I'm pretty much formed and don't need anybody telling me to change or improve. Oh, I totally agree. Evidently some of them are not doing such a good job. Put it this way; my own personal philosophy about respect for women (or respect for anybody) is born out of simple life experience; I grew up with exceptional women who were my friends and cared about my development so later on I was able to interact with them at least competently and respectfully (probably too respectful some times). Also, the fact that if I disrespected my mother or my sister my dad was on hand to belt me which is, of course, frowned upon these days. Having said that, I'm all for parents physically disciplining their children. Let's face it, some kids (and adults for that matter) could do with a good hiding.