The white knight you proscribe would not want to date me—the ideal man would not want to date someone who wants things equal? So is that not the fault of both parties then and not just the feminists? Not everyone will like me, and if that white knight doesn’t want to date me, that’s cool. It doesn’t mean he’s crushed feminism, is a bad person, or ruined society. I really am not trying to attack you (the you mad bro was an unnecessary swipe)—you just come off as extremely angry and bitter—and the message that I’m getting from you is that a man who agrees to have a consistently equal relationship has no balls nor will be able to protect me in any situation. Do you mean physically protect me? Please, in all sincerity, correct me if I’m interpreting you incorrectly. I spoke of my own personal experience, not an entire generation. Do I wish it were that way? Sure, but I won’t impose my beliefs on other people. There are some people who like to be wishy-washy and want chivalry conditionally like you suggest—but again, you do come off overactive when you claim that feminism and the expectation of chivalry has ruined society and emasculated men. I’m not trying to rob you of your own personal experience either—only you can vouch for how many destructive feminists you’ve come across, but in all seriousness and for the sake of having a productive debate, what would be your ideal situation? Mine is having things equal all across the board and no preferential treatment nor standards for anyone, and how you treat one another in a relationship is a reflection upon the type of person you are—not whether or not you are a gentleman, chivalrous, or whatever other label one wants to put on things.