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Posted 10/6/16

Radraymond01 wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

I honestly wonder why the transgender video by google got so many dislikes. Raiding by transphobic people from /pol/ seems to be the likely answer.


I admit, I'm a bit baffled by the science, but if the therapists of today argue in favor of methods to control your body rather than your mind, I can't really argue with claiming the entire field is corrupt.


?, do you mean the huge fucking mess of that stupid "Gender Identity" video?


Something something Omnisexual that was 30 seconds long I believe.

I thought it was okay, despite the closing of comments and the omnisexual comment.
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Posted 10/6/16
I'm not sure why so much hate but some men issues are not taken seriously at all like cough men suicide rates cough
tbh some men live very deadly life.
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It's weird hearing her voice shake
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I don't hate Emma Watson
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Posted 10/6/16

Amyas_Leigh wrote:


Mastersluthier wrote:


( take a BROAD HISTORICAL view of that last statement)


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assemblywomen
Even the ancient greeks knew what would happen if women were given too much political power



thanks for more proof that the penis generates only fear...

the "Climax" of the movie Team America says it all.
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idk i dont plan on watching a boring video

but i will i have never thought she was all that pretty. i mean she's not ugly but... not gorgeous either
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It seems like she is pushing the narrative that women are in unparalleled danger of sexual assault and rape in Universities and that Universities are doing nothing about it. Both of those statements are false. Not only are rates of sexual assault/rape lower in Uni than in the general public, but Universities commonly ignore due process for the accused which has resulted in cases where the Uni have come out and essentially said "He didn't rape her, but we are still going to expel him".

It also seems strange that she is implying that women are considered second class citizens in Universities which I personally haven't seen in my experiences and also sounds doubtful seeing how women make up the majority of people in Universities.

I think if we are to have a push to help students in first world countries, we should push for stronger efforts to keep men involved in primary and secondary schools.
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