You apparently view that as being "sexist" and "fckn' racist," remember?
Oddly, however, you do not seem to have a problem with feminists promoting female "group identity," or any kind of "ethnic solidarity" that comes from a non-white group.
Why is that?
Oh! That's right, because we're the "majority," and therefore having us identify with another would be a threat to the "hostile take over" you're trying to help the minority interest groups with which you sympathize accomplish.
The end game is fighting against sexism and racism, which you someone believe devalues you.[/QUOTE]Nonsense. Equal rights and a rejection of sexism and racism in no way disenfranchises anyone. Sorry, but losing your systemic privilege is not disenfranchisement.
And... Again, your definitions of both terms are nonsensical, and insane.
As such, so is your idea of what "equal rights" and "fighting sexism and racism" entails.