Direct Quote from Le Bon's book "The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind" written in 1895.
We see people behaving in ways just to be a part of the crowd. They protest to make our laws more compassionate to force compassion into the culture. They believe we can end poverty by focusing on policy, and not values or mindset. But the delusion that we just have to change government institutions as a way to direct the culture is not new.
A woman may falsely accuse a man out of spite, but it is men putting other men in cages for false accusations. Women cannot oppress men. Only other men with more capacity for violence (ie, the state) can. Ernest Belfort Bax wrote about this over 100 years ago. Has the situation changed?