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I'm not a lolicon, I'm a feminist.


Feminism was a great thing, when it started. The conditions women faced made them less than second-class citizens, even, and the movement wan absolutely necessary to bring to the forefront, "wake up, people, and start treating women like human beings."

When the second wave of feminism swept across the U.S. during the 60's, it was still a very necessary thing. Although we allowed more rights to women, there were vast inconsistencies in the way men were treated versus women in all aspects of life. It had specific goals to help abolish challenges placed by society on women where work, daily life, and even sexual expectations were concerned.

This "third wave" feminism, not so much. It focuses primarily on abolishing traditional gender roles and forcing society to view women and men as equal in all respects, even the respects in which they are not equal. For example, if you made the [valid] claim that men can visually conceptualize 3D images and math easier than women, third-wave "feminists" (or at least the more extreme kind, Feminazis) will screech and want to pluck your eyes out.

Don't even get me started on the attempted abolition of traditional gender roles. I think it's fine and dandy if a woman doesn't want to be a demure little housewife, but when she starts screaming about other women that don't mind it, she needs to STFU.

Nowadays, everytime I hear the word "feminism," I can't help but snort derisively. They never seem to have any set goals other than "changing how you think about women."
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geauxtigers1989 wrote:

Some of you are overestimating the influence of radicals. Severely.

Is this verifiable?


Indeed. I'd be surprised if you could list even a few legitimate issues for women in the first world I couldn't debunk.


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PrinceJudar wrote:


geauxtigers1989 wrote:

Some of you are overestimating the influence of radicals. Severely.

Is this verifiable?


Indeed. I'd be surprised if you could list even a few legitimate issues for women in the first world I couldn't debunk.




Congress isn't conducting a fraudulent investigation in an effort to shut down men's health centers. I can tell you that much.
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"i want to be a stay at home mom and clean house, cook, and take care of the kids"

"omgsh ur the reason we need feminisim"

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geauxtigers1989 wrote:


Congress isn't conducting a fraudulent investigation in an effort to shut down men's health centers. I can tell you that much.


Men's health centers never existed the first place....
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geauxtigers1989 wrote:


PrinceJudar wrote:


geauxtigers1989 wrote:

Some of you are overestimating the influence of radicals. Severely.

Is this verifiable?


Indeed. I'd be surprised if you could list even a few legitimate issues for women in the first world I couldn't debunk.




Congress isn't conducting a fraudulent investigation in an effort to shut down men's health centers. I can tell you that much.


Why would they?
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Pretty funny.
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sarteck wrote:

Why would they?


Exactly, there's no reason to. Just like there's no reason to shut down women's clinics, but Congress, along with a few governors, are hellbent on making it happen.
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geauxtigers1989 wrote:


PrinceJudar wrote:


geauxtigers1989 wrote:

Some of you are overestimating the influence of radicals. Severely.

Is this verifiable?


Indeed. I'd be surprised if you could list even a few legitimate issues for women in the first world I couldn't debunk.




Congress isn't conducting a fraudulent investigation in an effort to shut down men's health centers. I can tell you that much.


Men have health care centers? Since when? Men just get told to suck it up while women get free checkups and advice.
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geauxtigers1989 wrote:

Congress isn't conducting a fraudulent investigation in an effort to shut down men's health centers. I can tell you that much.


Wow small issues women face these days huh? There's obviously a ton of men's health centers.

Let me mirror this for you though:

Feminists rolling around on the red carpet because they refuse to help men with domestic violence.



http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/5109310/Womens-refuges-told-to-help-male-domestic-violence-victims-or-lose-their-funding.html

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geauxtigers1989 wrote:

Exactly, there's no reason to. Just like there's no reason to shut down women's clinics, but Congress, along with a few governors, are hellbent on making it happen.


You mean the investigation into misappropriation of funds and unethical practices for a specific entity that doesn't target women at all, but instead the actual organization?

You need to learn the difference between "women" versus "an organization."
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sarteck wrote:


geauxtigers1989 wrote:

Exactly, there's no reason to. Just like there's no reason to shut down women's clinics, but Congress, along with a few governors, are hellbent on making it happen.


You mean the investigation into misappropriation of funds and unethical practices for a specific entity that doesn't target women at all, but instead the actual organization?


The fraudulent investigation based on no evidence in an effort to defund an organization they have targeted for decades that, if ever successful, would result in millions of women losing access to essential and lifesaving healthcare.
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The fraudulent investigation based on no evidence in an effort to defund an organization they have targeted for decades that, if ever successful, would result in millions of women losing access to essential and lifesaving healthcare.


You're talking about Planned Parenthood aren't you?

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geauxtigers1989 wrote:


sarteck wrote:


geauxtigers1989 wrote:

Exactly, there's no reason to. Just like there's no reason to shut down women's clinics, but Congress, along with a few governors, are hellbent on making it happen.


You mean the investigation into misappropriation of funds and unethical practices for a specific entity that doesn't target women at all, but instead the actual organization?


The fraudulent investigation based on no evidence in an effort to defund an organization they have targeted for decades that, if ever successful, would result in millions of women losing access to essential and lifesaving healthcare.


How is an investigation "fraudulent?" O.o Just because an organization deals with women's issues doesn't mean that any inquiry into their methods and practices is "fraudulent," nor is it an issue of women's rights.

That's like saying that investigating a crime just because it involves women is "fraudulent."
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