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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
#569 - ghonosyphlaids
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(11/25/2012) [-]
Thinking radical feminism is the only form of feminism
Not realizing wanting equity between the sexes is actually considered feminism
C'mon kiddies
User avatar #571 to #569 - sketchE
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(11/25/2012) [-]
yes but the feminist fight has become that way. most femenists arent active for two reasons.
1. the fight is more or less won. woman can get nearly any job they want and the only time ive seen discrimination was at the womans benefit.
2. people will see them as a feminist and compare them to the radicals
#574 to #571 - ghonosyphlaids
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(11/25/2012) [-]
No it hasn't radical feminism is the straw man.
1. Maybe at Walmart. There is substantial research that proves women have not breached the professional job market at anywhere near 50%, let alone to the point where they can get any job they would like. Let alone something like 60% of women leave their career within five years.
2.Again, back to the straw man point.. A scapegoat supplied by the ignorant to fool those who don't care enough to look.
I have a penis, by the way. In case anyone was thinking Im just another fembitch
User avatar #577 to #574 - sketchE
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when the average person thinks about a femenist they will think about the radical much like when we think of homosexuals we think of the ones parading around getting angry at you for being indifferent or disagreeing.

on the job part i believe they are and am wondering where your getting your statistics. ive never had a male manager working retail, food service, security, and was interviewed by the head corrections officer who was a woman. the command sergeant major in the alaska national guard (highest ranked NCO) is a woman and the first sergeant of the year another woman
#579 to #577 - ghonosyphlaids
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Again, like I mentioned, we're dealing with strawmen. If you aren't aware what that is, go look it up.
Again... Professional careers, not retail, not service industry.... The government actively has to try to create equality. That's why you're starting to see people in those positions. But... AGAIN.... Nowhere near 50%, and in the private core dealing with PROFESSIONAL positions, it is much lower. Outside HR of course, but that is an inherently female dominated field, like nursing.
Not trying to be rude, but is english your second language?
User avatar #609 to #579 - sketchE
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and i know what strawman is however im not talking about me. i may be aware of what your talking about but the general public is not. that is what this argument is about, the general publics perception not actual fact
User avatar #608 to #579 - sketchE
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no i am just lazy in regards to capitalization and commas. most people who ask me that use more than necessary
#583 to #579 - anon id: 749e92f3
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Logical fallacy - women don't get as far as men in their careers because women have children.

When you look at the data objectively - women on average give birth to more children than men.

Now then, when you look at it that way it exposes the feminist obsurdity doesn't it? More double standards....
User avatar #616 to #583 - kafei
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(11/26/2012) [-]
I'd certainly hope they give more birth than we do, considering reproductive organs.

Now if you'd get your head out of your ass and look at the number of women that are skipped over promotions even though they do their jobs equally or superior, or the number of them that aren't even considered for a job because they have tits and it's a male-dominated field (of which quite a few still exist), it certain does expose the feminist "obsurdity". Which, by the way, is "absurdity".