Help. I need a basic feminism tutorial for an unexpected demographic: trans people, especially trans men. I sometimes post on another site that is especially for trans people, and there's this mind-boggling thread where a bunch of trans guys are insisting that male privilege doesn't exist and that actually men get the most raw deal. They are not seeming to get that: * Just because there are some disadvantages to being male doesn't mean that bias against women doesn't exist. * Sexism is a systemic thing, inherited over millennia. It did not roll over and die in the 1970's, or the 1990's, or ever. * The fact that they have some female friends who defy feminine conventions with apparent impunity doesn't change the reality that most women live by those conventions, and suffer from them. (And suffer more if they defy them.) * Saying that sexism exists is not the same thing as saying that all men everywhere, at all times, are terrible people. * Some other **** I'm sure I'm missing. How do you explain things that are this basic to someone who doesn't get them? Especially if that someone A) was socialized female, and B ) has had the opportunity to compare life as a woman vs. life as a man?