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EDIT 2: I don't think it makes a toxic environment at all. Who's complaining? The SJWs or the-.... No, no Magical-Soul. You've had enough for one week... It's the holidays.


It creates men that can't clean up after themselves and women who think they are always at fault.


SJWs are almost exclusively from the US. I doubt you'll see any in Central and South America (OP is talking about Latin American countries, yes?). I'm assuming he's also talking about women who don't know any better, because that's the environment they've been raised in. When you're younger, enforced chores and responsibilities, including cooking, are normal. This has absolutely nothing to do with third wave feminism or social justice warriors pining about their privileges and lot in life. Those women are brought up that way, whether they like it or not, and continue to live that way. it's not as easy as our choice in saying "Fuck you, I'm not doing that."
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I don't have culture to complain about.

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The fact Americans have no culture of their own. We simply copy everyone else's and ruin it sometimes.
Posted 11/25/15
I can't think of any at the moment
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I hate laziness, entitlement, self-importance, arrogance, and self-righteousness of Americans.
That being said, I'm a proud American. Our country has many of the people described above, but it also has many of the opposite too.

Now for the exciting part... I'm going to ramble about feminism. I find myself annoyed when feminists say they want women to be in power over men, because all that does is reverse the roles of a problem, and it's the same problem. I want women and men to be equal; I don't want either gender forced into unwilling subservience for the other.

I'm a guy, I do all my own cooking and cleaning. If I'm a 'mangina', then I guess... you got me lol. Not really sure what 'magina' entails, I'm not scared of pain, or quiet to speak, nor do I curtsy after talking to people or anything...
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The "about face" idiocy in Asian culture in general. Like, who cares if some strangers don't think highly of my occupation. I'm making decent money off an honest living, doing what I enjoy. Why should I abandon such a position just to appear more prestigious? I am what I am.
Posted 11/26/15
That marrying a "doctor/lawyer" is the best decision for my life. No mom, just because you want me to be one doesn't mean I need to marry one. It won't make me look or be better.
Posted 11/26/15

ayaundwolf wrote:


HuastecoOtaku wrote:


Magical-Soul wrote:

EDIT 2: I don't think it makes a toxic environment at all. Who's complaining? The SJWs or the-.... No, no Magical-Soul. You've had enough for one week... It's the holidays.


It creates men that can't clean up after themselves and women who think they are always at fault.


SJWs are almost exclusively from the US. I doubt you'll see any in Central and South America (OP is talking about Latin American countries, yes?). I'm assuming he's also talking about women who don't know any better, because that's the environment they've been raised in. When you're younger, enforced chores and responsibilities, including cooking, are normal. This has absolutely nothing to do with third wave feminism or social justice warriors pining about their privileges and lot in life. Those women are brought up that way, whether they like it or not, and continue to live that way. it's not as easy as our choice in saying "Fuck you, I'm not doing that."


Depends on how serious the issues are in those countries I believe. Back in home country we're dealing with child sex slavery or something. No room for SJWs.
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ayaundwolf wrote:

SJWs are almost exclusively from the US. I doubt you'll see any in Central and South America (OP is talking about Latin American countries, yes?). I'm assuming he's also talking about women who don't know any better, because that's the environment they've been raised in. When you're younger, enforced chores and responsibilities, including cooking, are normal. This has absolutely nothing to do with third wave feminism or social justice warriors pining about their privileges and lot in life. Those women are brought up that way, whether they like it or not, and continue to live that way. it's not as easy as our choice in saying "Fuck you, I'm not doing that."


I've talked to someone from Brazil about it. You couldn't be more wrong about the localization. Besides, are you forgetting Europe exists? Especially Sweden which is basically SJW central.
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The obsession with politics/political parties.
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The 'you'll tear my gun out of my cold dead hands' mentality prevalent in the South.
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I did say almost. I'm not excluding the fact that whiny, pedantic brats are everywhere. Who are the most popular voices in sjw sanctuaries like modern feminism and minority movements like black lives matter? US citizens. Why? Because those movements were founded in the US. We're a breeding ground for that crap. Again, I'm not saying it doesn't exist elsewhere, just that I believe it's more prominent here.
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Oh? Where are from? That's what I meant, essentially. Countries with legitimate issues foster less sjw goodness. Why? Because they don't have time to be pining about their imaginary non-privileges and oppression, while sitting from their first world thrones. They have real issues. Places like that could use real humanist and egalitarian movements, not what we think of as backwards, hate-mongering sjws.
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