As I post this, I had just finished watching Futurama. The episode was based around the battle of the sexes, to prove which gender was the better gender by having the stranded group of people divide and race to the ice mountain before the foreign world's sun boiled the losers.
I was half expecting the episode to have the males win (because the creator is a man) and half hoping the females would win (because I'm female). But neither happen. Instead, everyone overslept and would've lost and died if the overseer of the challenge hadn't teleported them to the mountain for safety. There, the overseer told them his disappointment at the group's lack of cooperation and eradicated the sex parts, making the group genderless and surprisingly calm, until they realize they miss the human feelings and sex. Although there's more to the story, I really focused on the competition. Watching that, and realizing my feelings as I watched the episode, I realized how much I had let male chauvinism and Masculism affect my view of the world.
Because of them, I've started to view society as a mere competition to get to the top, to prove who was better than whom, and who would be left in the dust. Instead of viewing others as human, I've had the boys vs. girls view, and it's sickening. I'm always suspicious, always defensive, always angry at any man that says the slightest wrong thing; it doesn't help to see kitchen and oral-sex jokes. It's sickening. This episode of Futurama has helped me to step back from it all and just calm down. It helped me to see how the battle of the sexes is tearing society apart instead of bring people to cooperate as is the Feminist way.
There really isn't much relevance in this post, but it helped me to get some ideas down.