It probably is true that women are programmed to think of men as oppressive, but that has nothing to do with why I wrote what I did.
We are ALL programmed to think that men are toxic; it's been going on for 100 years, at least. And if you're programmed, how is that sentence you wrote not affected by such programming? The sooner you get "red pilled", the quicker you can de-program yourself.
Another example: We're all so programmed by Protestant and atheistic thinking. So when someone asks a question about "why did God create hell?", most of us would respond by saying: "First of all, let's remember that God is all good..." This is such a basic idea that it goes without saying, yet we are all programmed to think of hell as being "bad", therefore how can God send someone to a "bad" place? It just goes to show that our thoughts on God's mercy are overblown and thoughts on His justice are minimized (which is Protestantism in a nutshell).
So it is with feminism. It's gotten to the point where we all have been so conditioned to accept that men are wrong, or that women are mistreated, that we have to "justify" any rightful and normal placing of women in a secondary role, by reminding everyone that God loves women just as much as men. ...But what does this have to do with social order and with men being in charge of the family? Nothing. But it's a natural, pre-programmed response to the subconscious/irrational/evil idea that our society has been spewing for a 100 years that men have enslaved women.