I get that women have worked extremely hard over the years to be accepted as equals, which in a lot of respects they really should...ie. intellectually, employment opportunities etc., but I still can't understand how it can be seen as equality, when men can still be objectified in adverts and on TV shows without backlash. Does nobody every ask themselves, "If this was the other way around, would we be hit with the sexism stick?"
I am a woman...and, although, I haven't been on the receiving end of a wolf-whistle or a slap on the arse for many years now, being older and less slappable (strokes beard), I do remember women behaving in a similar way towards men in the pubs and clubs. Yes, yes, there's a case for improving some men's attitudes towards women...but, whereas men cannot do ANYthing male to female anymore, it's all a bit fluffy around the edges where the female to male rules are concerned.
A lot of men still don't bat an eyelid at being frisked by a woman as she wanders by to the bogs. Women still do it because men don't tend to react negatively. If that guy then immediately followed her and did exactly the same back in a pub full of PCers? Hmmm...I don't think so.