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Is misogyny a greater hindrance to the progress of women in American society or is it women's pettiness and/or cattiness?

Which of the above actions are more detrimental to women's advancement? Or are they both of equal detriment?
tynamite's avatar If it is a problem for a women to be petty, so that it hinders them in life, then that says more about society itself, than the women themselves.

Just because something is a problem in society, doesn't mean that the actual thing is the actual problem itself. Maybe the problem is how the thing is treated.

So with that said, misogyny is a greater threat to American society and women; as being petty or catty isn't a problem that one should feel guilty, chastised, dehumanised, or made to be an outcast for.
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