Across multiple topics and conditions, women were consistently more supportive of censorship than men. The one exception was for text that argued that women evolved to be better leaders than men. For this passage, women were equally as (non)supportive of censorship as men.
As a woman, I just don’t understand how other women think they are better than men when they want and accept less stringent benchmarks for themselves because they are women, and higher benchmarks for men - ie, more censorship of men. Doesn’t that signify men are more powerful?
It's one of those uni-direction phenomenon between the genders. In the current climate, it seems women covet male prestige, for example holding a high status job and making a lot of money. Yet there doesn't seem to be any desire for men to include themselves in women's spheres.
Except sports, where transgender people, from male to female, want to participate in women’s competitions, where they have physical advantage, rather than compete against men, where they are also-rans!