You Think You've Got It BadTruth of the matter is, today's women, primarily in the US, really don't have much to complain about in general. I mean, the days of women being seen as second-class citizens are just over, plain and simple. Think about it, women can become anything they want to; there are more women CEO's than male ones actually, we've got women in government and the military and in our colleges in huge numbers, and that's barely scratching the surface.
Now, contrast that with the state of Native American culture here; they are surely seen as second-class citizens, last time I checked there were no Indian CEO's, no Natives in Congress or the White House cabinet; they do serve in the military(though I don't know why they would), and many Indians don't finish high school, let alone college.
So compared with the First Americans, women in this country, and society in general, love to talk of all the injustices that have been heaped upon them, when actually they have it better than many others. Isn't this a form of sexism?