One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman.
Henry and Jennifer discuss the relative merits of de Beauvoir's The Second Sex and Friedan's The Feminine Mystique.
Man is not the enemy here, but the fellow victim.
Man is defined as a human being and a woman as a female - whenever she behaves as a human being she is said to imitate the male.
It is ridiculous to tell girls to be quiet when they enter a new field, or an old one, so the men will not notice they are there. A girl should not expect special privileges, because of her sex, but neither should she "adjust" to prejudice and discrimination.