Perhaps because men created everything, and maybe on some level women know this. And the envious want to destroy those they envy, even if they destroy themselves. So, leftist, feminist women will destroy men even if they destroy themselves, and civilization. Because they are completely, 100% dependent on men, who created everything.
They bite the hand that feeds them.
Or, as my poster, Days of Broken Arrows, put it:
"People resent those on whom they depend. That's why teens resent their parents. No one likes to feel they need to be 'taken care of.' It makes them feel helpless. We like to be independent.
"Women know, on some deep subconscious level, that they owe their survival to the world that was built and is maintained by men. You can give them all the power positions in the world and dress them up in pantsuits and heels, but it's the men who built what they'll be running.
"If all the men went on strike tomorrow, we'd have power outages, looting, etc. and society would cease to function. They write about 'the end of men,' but 'the end of civilization' is what would happen if there really was an 'end of men.'
"They don't teach this in school. And the media can't say this for fear of backlash or being called 'sexist.' Women know we can't tell them this truth out loud -- much like kids know when parents can't tell them certain things. Some women resent this. Those are the ones of whom you speak.
"It's not a matter of 'having fun.' By becoming the Junior Anti-Sex League, women wish to strip men of their humanity and a large part of their reason for existing. This is why the societies before ours limited their rights -- they knew women contributed little but created lots of drama.
"We have to learn that lesson again and we'll probably have to do it the hard way."
The French have a word for this: "ressentiment."
Wikipedia defines it thus: "...in philosophy and psychology, is one of the forms of resentment or hostility. It is the French word for 'resentment' (fr. Latin intensive prefix 're', and 'sentir' 'to feel'). Ressentiment is a sense of hostility directed at that which one identifies as the cause of one's frustration, that is, an assignment of blame for one's frustration. The sense of weakness or inferiority and perhaps jealousy in the face of the 'cause' generates a rejecting/justifying value system, or morality, which attacks or denies the perceived source of one's frustration. The ego creates an enemy in order to insulate itself from culpability."
In other words, "It's your fault, not mine, and I hate and resent you for the power I think you have over me, so I want to bring you down, even if I bring myself down, too."