it will help the conversation if you give your opinion about what is wrong or right in the situation - first, I think the teacher could have deleted the footage of two cage fighters beating each other senseless. Students under 18 perhaps shouldn't see this.
Also, I am unsure of the video's rape statistic claims and would expect those to be challenged.
But that's about it. The video is well-referenced and a pretty good study aid for 16 and 17 year old students.
Here are my thoughts on human patriarchy and its origins …
The vast majority of social mammalian species have evolved to live in hierarchical groups. The spotted hyena (Crocuta crocuta) has evolved to live in matriarchal clans, with the lowest-ranking female outranking the highest-ranking male. The gorilla (Gorilla gorilla) has evolved to live in patriarchal groups lead by a dominant male, the silverback. Given that there is continuity between Homo sapiens and non-human species, human patriarchy is an organic, cross-cultural phenomenon that has arisen due to evolution via natural selection.
What this means is that moronic feminist demands to 'smash the patriarchy' and start from scratch simply will not work. We have ironed out many wrinkles (in the West, at least, women enjoy the same rights as men) but we can't turn society upside down and expect to thrive.
What I found particularly interesting re Eton's reaction to this video is that Eton itself is an institute committed to the development of boys - it's an all-boys fee-paying school. Strange, then, that Eton should seemingly hate masculinity, lol.