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Does feminism make relationships (and men) disposable?

Men in general do not consider women disposable, and I assume making men disposable isn't liberation of women. It's just degradation of men.

Correct me if I am wrong. But I have often seen feminists talk about men(say ex. bfs) as objects or relationships and use-and-throw wraps.

I am an egalitarian. I love women. There were women whom I would have died for(metaphorically). Like all finite length relationships those are over, but I don't think lesser of them. There's anger and resentment, but I don't think they are just another girl I see on the street.

I do understand the importance of "not giving too much respect for men". but I don't understand the "disposable male" concept.
tynamite's avatar 90% of divorces are initiated by women

If the dating scene is skewed favourably towards females, why would women by a landslide choose divorce significantly more than men?
This shows that marriage has more scarcity to a male, and hence is more valuable to males.

Imagine how much a factor domestic violence against women is.
Imagine how much a factor alimony is into it.
Imagine how much a factor eloping is into it.
Imagine how much choosing the wrong man is into it.
It's silly to think that falling out of love or infidelity is a major factor, as then the figure would be closer to 50%. The factor comes from women's power.
A woman knows after divorcing a man she can easily find a new one from her pick of suitors.

Anyone who has spent time in a female environment, will know that women get approached for their phone numbers often. Also they can get 100 messages in 1 day after signing up for a dating account, whereas men can't. This makes women more valuable than men as they are more in demand. While women pick the man who is the cream of the crop, most of the men are ignored. The terms alpha male and beta male exist for a reason.

All giving women the right to work has done, is liberate women's sexuality.
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