Sure, but this is as far as i know not the most common thing, and more important for this thread and my point, in the twitter situation, there is no reason to think this is the case. There is no indication on the twitter story that this is a case of sexism, AT ALL. Which is my point, what the twitter story has to do with sexism? as far as I know nothing, which si the crux of the point. I don't say it's not a problem to solve, just "sexism" is not the place for this problem to be. Someone that acts like the guy did in that story,even if the guy truly is dangerously sexist and even if sexism could magically be erased of his mindset, it's the least of the problems, from the pov of the agressor. This is a seems like guy that has no respect for person, has clearly terrible no social skills and has sociopathic tendencies. So you think the guy is probably the most affable, centered rational guy, that just happens to lose his shit when related with women because he is sexist, but when he is relating with men, there is no problem in his attitude or his actions at all? We both know we do not believe that to be the most likely scenario, we know there are men that are agressive against men too, and generally aggressive men tend to be aggressive with both men and women, the cases of person that are law abiding citizing, affable and respectful towards men but suddenly lose their shit with women, are rare. And I have no reason to think is the case of this man.