I am sick of governments and other parties portraying the disease as a 'women's disease' as if women are somehow second class citizens. It disgusts me. It is an old tactic that has been used to downplay many diseases over the years. It is effective. I am a male with the disease. I know that I am not the only one. Although more women appear to get the disease than men, there are still huge numbers of men with the disease. The current situation insults both men and women. Women as if they are worth less then men, and men because it totally ignores sick men as if they don't exist at all. I'd like to see this change. I'm thinking of starting some kind of male campaign to highlight the reality that many men have the disease too and that govt etc should not be trying to downplay things by playing the gender card like they currently do. I think it could be good for getting publicity and to make it harder for the government to continue to use the 'women's disease' tactic. Thoughts?