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A woman is a female human. The term woman is usually reserved for an adult, with the term girl being the usual term for a female child or adolescent. However, the term woman is also sometimes used to identify a female human, regardless of age, as in phrases such as "women's rights". Women are typically capable of giving birth from puberty until menopause, although some sterile, intersex and/or transgender women cannot. Throughout history women have assumed various social roles. In some cultures, a majority of women have adopted specific appearances, such as those regulated by dress codes.

I was taught that
women are naturally sweet,
loving, sensual, that I should give
them some sort of preferential treatment,
that happy wife equals happy life.
Just like men, women can be:
Women are more special than men.
Women are the as men
and TH/ KT is gender equality
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - teranin
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I... don't remember posting 108 more effect of feminism posts to reach 255 today.   
   
I think I might be having a freakout.
I... don't remember posting 108 more effect of feminism posts to reach 255 today.

I think I might be having a freakout.
#34 to #1 - oosulley
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User avatar #9 to #1 - reginleif
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You got some bad LSD.

Luls were had by all.
#29 - bananerty
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#6 - faimbot
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Yes, but feminists don't seem to understand the difference between equality and parity.   
   
Take the following example, two kids, sarah and jane. they are both taking piano lessons, both are the same age and have similar backgrounds. Except, Sarah is a prodigy, able to grasp the concepts well above and beyond her age and time she has spent learning. Jane progresses as any average student would, at a leisurely pace.   
   
Equality, means that they are both tested on their merits, and sarah would be seen to have excelled, so she would given more advanced lessons. Note while their skill is different, Sarah and Jane are both treated equally, as in, they are given exactly as their needs entitle them.   
   
Parity, means sarah, the more gifted of the two, would be deliberately hindered, by not allowing her the same treatment as Jane is getting based on her individual circumstances, and is forced to learn at Jane's pace.   
   
The problem here, is that they look at Sarah and Jane as being the "same" (similar ages and backgrounds etc) and so try and force parity on them.   
But Sarah should be given PROPORTIONATE equality, Jane is getting lessons 10% higher than her own skill level, Sarah should also be given lessons at 10% higher than her own skill level.   
   
The argument with men vs women, is that their rights have parity when it should be equality, and it breaks down further, which is why we have laws and courts to assess individual situations, for proportionate equality, as opposed to communist-like parity, where the lowest common denominator sets the standard for everyone else.   
   
Should people not be allowed to drive simply because there exists blind people who cannot drive? Feminists want parity, not equality, and THAT'S why they are wrong, and they just can't see it.   
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Yes, but feminists don't seem to understand the difference between equality and parity.

Take the following example, two kids, sarah and jane. they are both taking piano lessons, both are the same age and have similar backgrounds. Except, Sarah is a prodigy, able to grasp the concepts well above and beyond her age and time she has spent learning. Jane progresses as any average student would, at a leisurely pace.

Equality, means that they are both tested on their merits, and sarah would be seen to have excelled, so she would given more advanced lessons. Note while their skill is different, Sarah and Jane are both treated equally, as in, they are given exactly as their needs entitle them.

Parity, means sarah, the more gifted of the two, would be deliberately hindered, by not allowing her the same treatment as Jane is getting based on her individual circumstances, and is forced to learn at Jane's pace.

The problem here, is that they look at Sarah and Jane as being the "same" (similar ages and backgrounds etc) and so try and force parity on them.
But Sarah should be given PROPORTIONATE equality, Jane is getting lessons 10% higher than her own skill level, Sarah should also be given lessons at 10% higher than her own skill level.

The argument with men vs women, is that their rights have parity when it should be equality, and it breaks down further, which is why we have laws and courts to assess individual situations, for proportionate equality, as opposed to communist-like parity, where the lowest common denominator sets the standard for everyone else.

Should people not be allowed to drive simply because there exists blind people who cannot drive? Feminists want parity, not equality, and THAT'S why they are wrong, and they just can't see it.
/rant
#31 to #6 - anon id: 503aa384
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*****, you are really good at explaining yourself.
teach the youth.
User avatar #40 to #6 - blokrokker
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If we adopt a parity-like system, then Harrison Bergeron will end up happening. And while I do enjoy that short story, it's not a world I would want to live in.
User avatar #3 - listerthepessimist
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yeah man the matriarchy tried drilling that one into all of us as kids
User avatar #7 - jewsburninindaoven
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God damn it, now ************ is posting about feminism. This site is complete garbage now.
#8 to #7 - mudkipfucker [OP]
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#26 - thechosentroll
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I'm not sexist, racist, nationalist, ageist or whatever-ist. I hate people of all genders, races and nationalities equally. You can all go die in a fire for all I care. Have some geckos to lighten the mood.
I'm not sexist, racist, nationalist, ageist or whatever-ist. I hate people of all genders, races and nationalities equally. You can all go die in a fire for all I care. Have some geckos to lighten the mood.
User avatar #43 to #26 - kameken
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Those are newts you uncultured yogurt.
#23 - kaboomz
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******* this   
every single word op wrote
******* this
every single word op wrote
User avatar #19 - lifeisnocabaret
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THIS IS NOT FEMINISM. These posts are not anti-feminist, because what you guys are fighting against is NOT feminism. You're fighting against specific assholes. This is like the United States equating Muslims to terrorists because of a few extremist groups, and saying that all men are rapists when they're not. I know what Zoe Quinn and what some "social justice warriors" are doing is crazy. But being "anti-feminist" does two things: (1) it undermines what feminism actually stands for, and (2) it gives this new anti-feminism culture a bad, and wrong, foundation. Please just stop using the word feminism for things like this. And by the way, don't think men and women are equal in society. Just because some people are doing this "feminazi" stuff doesn't mean that it justifies men, particularly straight men, getting put above every other gender and sex.

And I'm so sick of these posts, can we get back to the funny?
User avatar #32 to #19 - timmywankenobi
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Maybe the onus should be on feminist organizations top stop allowing radical to hold positions of authority and maybe feminists should stop backing sexist legislation that radicals write.
User avatar #33 to #32 - lifeisnocabaret
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Can you give examples? Because me, along with other feminists I know, know what Zoe Quinn did was wrong and we definitely don't hold her up as a figure of authority. The world stretches beyond the internet, man.
User avatar #36 to #33 - timmywankenobi
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Sure, for one N.O.W has opposed shared equal parenthood for years.
www.facebook.com/Fathers4kids/posts/671356622894833
www.nownys.org/leg_memos_2009/oppose_a3181.html

Or Feminists using their political power to force judges to give women lighter sentences. www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1311004/Judges-ordered-mercy-women-criminals-deciding-sentences.html

Or the feminist lobby and legislative branch working hard to vilify men via manufactured rape hysteria.
www.thecollegefix.com/post/18596/

Or the fact that feminists supress and mock the fact that men are the primary victims of rape. www.slate.com/articles/double_x/doublex/2014/04/male_rape_in_america_a_new_study_reveals_that_men_are_sexually_assaulted.html

Or the fact the feminist lobby spends millions on ensuring alimony laws are not updated to reflect the fact that most women work now.

Or the fact that Every single feminist institution continues to paint men as the only child abusers and denies the fact that female perpetrated child abuse has skyrocketed in the past decade. www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/sharp-rise-reported-in-child-abuse-by-women-1817509.html

I can give you many more examples that prove the feminist elite plan to raise women up by vilifying and demonizing men and passing draconian laws to punish all men for things only a tiny minority does while simultaneous exalting women as the purest angles to ever walk this earth.

I can only show you the path to the truth it's up to you to follow it, the choice is yours you can do your own research (I can give you some links to start with) and see how deep the rabbit hole goes and take the red pill. Or you can Call me a lying misogynist pig and believe whatever you want to believe.

User avatar #52 to #36 - lifeisnocabaret
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All of this stuff is wrong, I know what you're saying. But they're not true feminism because they are wrong. The majority of activists define a group's mission--we don't support things like this. We can't have a few people define the majority. And just because women were doing these things (like the N.O.W.) doesn't mean it's feminist. These people who are doing these things are not the leaders of feminism, they're just women leaders.
User avatar #55 to #52 - timmywankenobi
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That's all good and well be these women leading these groups have publicly declared themselves the face of feminism in the media and receive government funding to that effect. So if someone declares them-self something and everyone in power agrees and the media agrees doesn't everyone's agreement make it true ? like the tale of the emperor's new clothes if everyone agrees he is wearing invisible clothes and is not naked then for all intensive purposes he is because everyone is agreeing to the lie.
User avatar #56 to #55 - lifeisnocabaret
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I see what you're saying, but everyone's not agreeing though. It's dangerous to say that just because the media and people of power say something is true that it reigns true indefinitely. Activists are more than people of power.

Well, I guess that either way, I identify as a feminist and I disagree with it. I just showed this to my roommate, who is also a feminist, and she disagrees with it. I can work on making sure the message of feminism is clear and for equality, not just a reversal of gender roles like some of the women up there.
User avatar #57 to #56 - timmywankenobi
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well then I wish you luck in your efforts but I fear it is too late to reverse the damage done.
User avatar #39 to #19 - timmywankenobi
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Consider the idea that what you consider to be feminist is not what the feminists in power consider to be feminism when judging a ideology you have to judge the cations of the leading organizations and their followers . also keep in mind like any other Isim anyone can self identify as a feminist and everything they do under that flag is feminism unless more powerful feminists call them out (which has not happened).
User avatar #64 to #19 - lolgonewrong
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Theres not much you can do to stop people from confusing feminazi and feminism
User avatar #20 to #19 - krobeles
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Sorry to say, but things change. This might not be what Feminism used to be but it is what Feminism is now. Feminism has been changed by these shrieking cunts into something bad. They perverted what used to be a good thing, into a horrid angry zenophobic hate-club. Its sad, but true.
User avatar #30 to #20 - lifeisnocabaret
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Things have changed, but not in the way you're saying. After the whole women are able to vote thing, feminism aimed not for equality, but for a reversal of the roles (women above men). Because of that, womanism was born (which preached for equality on all planes, and gender equality through race and class). But today, feminism is practiced as a belief that preaches for equality for everyone, like womanism. But these "cunts" (which is a horrible word, and even if they aren't true feminists, it is sexist to reduce them to a body part and it doesn't help what you're arguing (just saying)), are ruining it for everyone. Feminists who stick to real feminism (and there's a whole lot of 'em, and they're the majority) are feminists. These girls are not.
#37 to #30 - krobeles
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Did you seriously just chide me for useing the word cunt? I dont even know what to say to that, other than this: Useing curse-words which originally refered to a specific gender, race, sexuality or mental illness does not express any scorn towards that particular group of people. Words have the power and meaning which we imbue them with, and when I call people Cunts its just a way to frame my disapproval of those people.    
To suggest what you're suggesting, is not only to hamstring my freedom of speech, it also implies that words can have inherent qualities like good or bad, and that that word for a females genitals, carries an inherently negative quality.   
The only people who would chide others for their use of specific words on a forum like this, are mindless drooling ***********, too spineless and brainwashed to soak a few harmless words, which they have been quasi-brainwashed into thinking carries an inherent threat to them.    
Bottom Line: Whatever modicum of respect I had for you, evaporated like morning dew from the sun just now.    
   
 I have never heard of "womanism" and although a google search did yield something of that name, that turned out to be more of an "equality for back women"-thing.    
I think you're full of **** on such a fundamental level, that a Quantum Physicist would struggle to comprehend it.
Did you seriously just chide me for useing the word cunt? I dont even know what to say to that, other than this: Useing curse-words which originally refered to a specific gender, race, sexuality or mental illness does not express any scorn towards that particular group of people. Words have the power and meaning which we imbue them with, and when I call people Cunts its just a way to frame my disapproval of those people.
To suggest what you're suggesting, is not only to hamstring my freedom of speech, it also implies that words can have inherent qualities like good or bad, and that that word for a females genitals, carries an inherently negative quality.
The only people who would chide others for their use of specific words on a forum like this, are mindless drooling ***********, too spineless and brainwashed to soak a few harmless words, which they have been quasi-brainwashed into thinking carries an inherent threat to them.
Bottom Line: Whatever modicum of respect I had for you, evaporated like morning dew from the sun just now.

I have never heard of "womanism" and although a google search did yield something of that name, that turned out to be more of an "equality for back women"-thing.
I think you're full of **** on such a fundamental level, that a Quantum Physicist would struggle to comprehend it.

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User avatar #50 to #37 - lifeisnocabaret
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Nice job disregarding everything else I said. I included the "just saying" because I didn't wanna make it a big deal, but whatever. Oh, so okay. You had NO negative connotation associated with that word. "Cunts is just a way to frame my disapproval of those people." Because if those people were male, that would be the first word you call them too. And obviously words do have inherent connotations. That's how language develops, dumbass. Do you just call anyone that word? Your friends that are females? Your mother, your sister? You cannot justify the use of a word that was used against a group you don't identify with. You don't have the right to try to re-appropriate a word that was never yours to begin with.

I'm not trying to police language here--it's ******* funnyjunk. But the language you used directly contradicted with your argument. And I'm ******* brainwashed? You can't even think outside of your bigoted way of thinking.
User avatar #53 to #50 - krobeles
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Thats what happens, numb-nuts. When you voice terribly stupid assernine mindless drivel, people tend to focus on the **** you just took in the middle of the room, as opposed to the arguements you spoke while squatting.
I call anyone anything. I call my friends faggots, assholes, cunts, bitches, dickheads and what have you, in spite of their gender. And yes. I've even called my mother a cunt on occation, when it was funny in the context, but she is usually less appriciative of the joke, so it happens less often.
I just justify the use of any what-so-ever with the following statement: "Go **** yourself, you wanna-be puritan little cyst-face! There is freedom of speech. That alone justifies every single word I will ever say to anyone, no matter how offensive."
THIS is true equality! Not that ******* "Dont call girls cunts because thats offensive!" or "Boys dont hit girls!". **** you, I'll wreck any girls face just as soon as I would any guys face! I will call a girl a dick-breated retarded faggot, just as soon as I will any dude! Thats true equality! Everyone gets treated the ******************, regardless of their gender or sexuality.

Thats what I hate the most about people like you! You cry and cry and cry and cry and cry and cry and cry and cry for gender equality, but thats not you ******* want though! You preferential treatment when it suits you, and equality on all cases in which preferential treatment is out of the question! Well, **** you! **** you and your hypocritical agenda! I'll give you your ******* gender equality so hard it'll hurt, and unless you reply with "Oi, thanks mate!", you'll be opressing yourself!

And stop trying to ******* fool yourself, you deluded STD-ridden cunt. You are trying to police the language *******************, and whether you can look past your witch-like boil of a nose and see it, is a much larger problem for you, than it is for me.
User avatar #54 to #53 - lifeisnocabaret
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Holy ****. This is why the internet's gone to ****, because of ******* like you. You made so many assumptions and you pretend like things are ******* equal when. it. *******. isn't. And I never said not to hit girls. That's just your misogyny talking, mother ******. Your. *******. Misogyny. And you're the real reason why things are so hard to ******* change.

Maybe you're just blinded by your privilege. I said it. Call me a bitch, call me a feminazi, call me a "social justice warrior." At least I'm trying to change things (in real life, not just posting stuff on the ******* internet) unlike you, sitting on your ass. I don't even ******* care if you do anything. **** it, I'm out.
User avatar #58 to #54 - krobeles
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Get the **** out of here, Tumblrina. "Things aren't equal!". Nice statement. Care to back it up? No? Well alright then.
I just spend like 1000 characters ranting how I'm a proponent of gender equality on such a fundamental level that some bitches like you might not like it, and you call me a misogynist? Care to explain why? Also no? I'm starting to sense a pattern here.
Yes, people with well thought out and logical arguements sure make it hard to impose your hate-mongering onto other people, doesn't it? Lifes though, when you're a ************ idiot, with semen for gray-matter. Though ****, Tumblrina Though ****.
Also, you claim I make assumptions, and chide me for it, and the very next paragraph, you make a ******** yourself in assuming I'm privileged, that I sit on my ass and so forth. Incidentally, I leave the social work to inconsequential little maggots like you, who could otherwise serve no other function in society. I have slightly loftier goals than that, thank you.

My problem with you and your kind, isn' that you're trying to change things. Change is good, stagnation is bad. My problem (one of many, I should say) with your venemous dogma, is that you're trying to change the wrong ******* things. We can agree that some women gets opressed in some places, but the areas you're focusing on aren't the large and important issues, but rather the miniute and comparatively insignificant issues.

Your dogma is - has become, rather - a hatemongering triad of zenophobic rage, which only serves to further devide people on all the issues you're claiming to hold dear. There is no pleasing your kind. You're ******* insane, and I am honestly alittle perplexed as to why someone like you has a FJ account.
User avatar #60 to #58 - lifeisnocabaret
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You think that these words are just words, and it is true, words should be treated as words. Unless they're used in an argument that is women-bashing. You are bashing women and you are delegitimizing problems that are definitely there. And that's when words aren't words anymore. They're reflective of a mindset so heavily ingrained in people's heads that it's not even noticed anymore. That inequality isn't even noticed anymore. That sexism isn't even noticed anymore. Do you get hollered at while you're waiting for the bus or walking down the street? Did you get raped or molested? Do you ever fear that people will think you're a "bitch" when you wanna assert yourself?
I'm not saying this stuff doesn't happen to men, but it happens a lot more to women. Because this culture--and mother ******* like you--allow it to happen, because you never have to experience it as harshly or you never have to see it happen to someone you love as apparently. Rape, ******* sexism, machista (which is the notion of masculinity), the oversexualization of females and the demeaning of females in all ways is directly related to a mindset that justifies comments like "what a cunt," "lol babe go make me a sandwich," "she's such a bitch" and phrases like that. Rape and saying things like that are not equal, but that's why language is so important. I'm not saying that rapists and people that say these things are the same, but this foundation of thinking of women like this is common in both people.
User avatar #61 to #60 - krobeles
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I intend to answer both of your comments, individually.

Bad arguements are bad. Sure, women have to fear rape when they walk down dark allys at night. You know what guys have to fear? ******* DEATH! I'm a dude with hair down to my ass, so thats twice so. There are issues unique to women - like rape - but just as that, there are issues unique to men. Looking at it as a whole, those issues more or less even out, and the one you used for the " "bitch" when you wanna assert yourself?" happens to everyone. Not just you.
I've been assaulted. I've been assaulted like 4 times solely on the basis that I had long hair and looked like a faggot (the violent dude was kind enough to tell me as much), and before that I got into alot of conflicts with immigrant kids who lived in the same neighborhood. I dont blameing the immigrants nor do I blame the "Gangsta Culture" that the thugs who attacked me for my hair belonged to.
I see the isolated douchbags for what they are, instead of developing a victim complex a Parsec across, and needlessly hating on people who have done nothing wrong.
You are myopically focusing on issues you percieve as being solely womens issues, that you blind yourself to everything else.
As I said, there are some gender inequalities happening, and those need to be taken care of, but thats not what the feminist movement is doing. They're just shouting angrily at whoever is their target-of-the-week, and calling fellow gender propagators who happen to disagree with your gross nasty agenda - like me - sexist. That only serves to further alienate yourself from the people you are ideally trying to speak for and the people you are ideally wishing would support you.
User avatar #59 to #58 - lifeisnocabaret
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What. what what what ******* insane? Zenophobic? Okay, so I post a comment with an argument, but you ignore that whole entire thing and pick out something that was not the point of my argument. SO I assumed that this is the internet and you were probably another asshole that doesn't care about real arguments. And then I replied accordingly hoping you would just shut up. You want a discussion? You want an argument? Fine. I don't even ******* go on tumblr.

So you think things are equal. So you think men get raped more often than women, assaulted more often, sexualized more often, get told what to do with their bodies more often, slut shamed more often, paid less, and get stereotyped into gender roles more often than women? This all happens more often to women (but when these things happen to men, it is not delegitimized, because I believe in EQUALITY). Oh, and equality isn't just "treating people equal." Equality is the idea that everyone has equal circumstances, everyone has equal opportunity, and everyone has equal security, both in their safety and economic status. It is not just "treating everyone equal," it is making sure they stand on equal experience in society. Men and women OFTEN are not put in equal circumstances (single mother forced to carry a child because father walked out), OFTEN are not given the same opportunity (more men get accepted into professional schools because of just a larger stereotype of women being less smart or lazier), and OFTEN are not as secure (a large part of Mexican-American and African-American culture is that many women are molested or raped, and what is often cited is that women get paid less than men of the same field, which is true). All of this stuff is even more true for minority females and gay females. These are just a few examples, because I really cannot comprehend that you think women of all colors and sexuality are given the same circumstances and opportunity as straight men. I'm not done. Posting another comment.
User avatar #62 to #59 - krobeles
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As I explained above, you cannot use a slur of issues which are largely unique to women, and then use that as evidence for the fact that women have more issues. Women too are sexualized in the media, perhaps to en equal extend or in quite the same fashion, but that is mere a question of demend and availabillity. Women, on average, simply dont want to see men depicted in equally degrading positions. Most men still have a primal instant to subjugate other people and to view sexual partners as sexual conquests, so it is a given that the females are sexualized more.
You simply cannot use these unique womens issues without also looking at the unique mens issues, and as I said, I find that it tallies up to a rather even match.

I dont where you got that "Women are considered less intelligent" steriotype from. I find the opposite to be true, and last time I heard, there was slightly more women being accepted into universities. I cannot speak about the maxican americans nor the african americans, on anything other then a pure outsiders point of view. I'm Danish.
I will concede that the general appearance makes it look like the females of those two cultures are having it alittle rough. I agree.
However, you're the first one I ever hear bring it up. Why aren't more feminists talking about this? I'm rather sure I can strike a guess; They're more concerned with the issues of money. Cash. Pay.

I grew up in a household in which my dad left and my mother ruled the house. She works as some IT thing, which aparently pays her enough so that she could afford having a giant house, a car, flat screen TV, several computers and 2 kids who never lacked anything. I'm almost certain that if these issues were as real as the feminists claim, then surely she would've complained about them, atleast once, in the 21 years I've known her.

Btw, please continue this discussion in a single comment-thread. This other thing is alittle confusing.
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No, this is why we need to create femifascism as an alternate identity. The 'feminists' themselves are hardly aware of their true status,like the falling of jedi, so the feminazis need to be called out when they're found. Feminism is still needed in the western World but not to the point where women are still likened as on a completely different peg to men. Equality is nearly there, we just need one or two responsible, educated generations to cover the gaps. Internationally though, there is still a long way to go.
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I am a ladycreature, and I gotta say... I am a total ass-hat. I got my **** together as far as a job, paying rent and bills goes etc. But **** man, I'm lazy, crude, and yeah, pretty selfish.
We are not delicate petals, we are human. Hell, if I for whatever reason, got in a fight with a guy, darn-tootin I'd be counting on getting hit back. Thats one of my main pet peeves about the femi-nazis is "We are equal" followed by "You cant attack me back, I'm a girl".
#12 - pabloenis
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(08/29/2014) [-]
Anti-Feminism is just as annoying as feminism nowadays.
Anti-Feminism is just as annoying as feminism nowadays.
User avatar #15 to #12 - superbrowntoastxxx
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(08/29/2014) [-]
see equality