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#357 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/07/2012) [-]
The sandwich thing and the car problems thing are different because it assumes a different skill/usefulness level. Anyone can make a sandwich. It is not difficult. It is one of the easiest culinary tasks besides boiling water, and is safer because it involves nothing more deadly than a very dull knife.

Fixing a car on the other had? Totally useful in today's society. And people think well of it and people who can fix things in general. People who make sandwiches? Who cares? Anyone can make a sandwich.

I'm not saying that the idea of a man needing to have tech skills isn't damaging, because it is. It's just damaging in a totally different way.

The men's rights and women's rights the same goals, but they move in very opposite directions. I've never met a woman who was not a feminist, but I have met several men who are all for totally suppressing their gender, and are so PROUD of doing it! It's really goddamned sad to see guys who can't allow themselves to enjoy certain things because they're too feminine or something.
#388 to #357 - kortz (04/07/2012) [-]
If cooking in general, which 'being in the kitchen' implies, as well as the sandwich joke, why the hell don't men get in the kitchen to prove culinary worth?

Seriously, half the Food TV shows have male chefs and bakers winning the competitions, and Poke'mon taught me men can cook.

Brock was the ******* man.
#392 to #388 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/07/2012) [-]
For a long time, serious cooking WAS seen as men's territory. Women were mostly expected to sit around looking pretty. At least high class women. Poor women got to work, same as the men. So, while in the past highborn men had more freedom than lowborn men, the opposite was fairly true for women, at least in the 'get a job, make something of myself' idea of feminism.

The idea that cooking is feminine is sort of packaged with the idea of homemaking as feminine.
#363 to #357 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/07/2012) [-]
That 						****					 is long,where did you copy and paste this from?
That **** is long,where did you copy and paste this from?
#379 to #363 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/07/2012) [-]
This is long? It's like what, seven lines of text?

Sorry, I have a tendency to ramble...
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