Effect of Feminism 6. .. Also how come when a woman wins a divorce case for a kid you pay alimony no matter your income, but when a man wins it's you your on your own now.
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#476 - anonymous (12/31/2013) [-]
====a man may want a child but is the womans choice she has to carry the child for 9 months in her body she has to rip open her ****** and feel excruciating pain and unless she is totally dedicated to the child she shouldnt have to do any of that. if she doesnt want to go through all that it is her choice not to. or if she is in a situation where she cant look after the child then she shouldnt have to. just because the man might want a kid doesnt mean he can say do all of this and then proceed to put your entire life on hold for the next 18 years because i want to have kids. just because you impregnated someone doesnt mean you own them
User avatar #478 to #476 - teranin ONLINE (12/31/2013) [-]
This content isn't about being anti-choice, this content is about opening options for men, who have none. A man should be able to walk away if she wants a child and he doesn't, ESPECIALLY if she did something duplicitous (lied about birth control, drained condoms into herself, a practice all too common). The rest of his life shouldn't be hell because of someone else's choice. She doesn't magically own him because she ganked his seed.
User avatar #473 - hellomynameisbill (11/07/2013) [-]
If a man has the right to be a father, he has the right NOT to be a father. A man often has a lot more things to worry about than children and would better benefit him and his family if he could focus more on work.
User avatar #467 - awesomescorpion ONLINE (10/02/2013) [-]
Can someone inform a eurofag what a deadbeat dad would be, exactly? Are there deadbeat women?
User avatar #468 to #467 - teranin ONLINE (10/02/2013) [-]
Well a lot of europe is being brutalized by feminist laws too, but essentially it's a dad who got a woman pregnant but didn't want/isn't taking care of the kid. Of course, since women are the only people with reproductive rights in feminist countries, labeling men this without the full story is ******* retarded.
User avatar #469 to #468 - awesomescorpion ONLINE (10/02/2013) [-]
Thanks.

So a bitch refusing abortion, forces a guy to take care of a kid he didn't want, and bitches about it if he doesn't? What the **** ? Why would you not take abortion, but force someone else to take care of your offspring (as well)? What is the benefit? She didn't take the pill, so she wanted a child. To not inform someone of that desire before sex is just wrong. And you sure as hell ain't gonna force him, if you see yourself on the just side of stuff. Goddamn, you've got some **** to deal with over there, don't ya?
User avatar #470 to #469 - teranin ONLINE (10/02/2013) [-]
We're not even close to as bad as some european countries (sweden comes to mind) but yeah, it's **** .
User avatar #471 to #470 - awesomescorpion ONLINE (10/02/2013) [-]
Sweden?
User avatar #439 - hystericalparoxysm (06/19/2013) [-]
There's a huge difference between not wanting an unborn child and not taking care of your already born child.
User avatar #474 to #439 - hellomynameisbill (11/07/2013) [-]
In the majority of cases the man doesn't get a choice for if he wants the child, despite being half of the relationship. he also is forced to take partial custody and pay for child that he did not want as well as be labelled a deadbeat, despite having nothing to do with the child's development into adulthood.
#466 to #439 - uhhyeahfmebaby (07/05/2013) [-]
Except the difference is if he doesn't want it and she has it anyway.
User avatar #437 - elcreepo (06/19/2013) [-]
That's a feminist? Looks like the ugly guy from skrillex.
User avatar #459 to #437 - tkfourtwoone (06/20/2013) [-]
"looks like the ugly guy from skrillex"

Wha.. what is this, I don't even...

Skrillex isn't a band dude, it's the "artist" stage name
User avatar #461 to #459 - elcreepo (06/20/2013) [-]
I don't listen to **** music, all I know is she looks like the guy who turns music into a live birth who seems to be always associated with skrillex.
#434 - incest (06/19/2013) [-]
This has nothing to do with feminism whatsoever, and frankly I'm sick of having everything to do with women being labelled as feminism.

This is an issue that, were a woman to choose to have an abortion, she would be protected by the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Personally, abortion is more or less a counter to the men (back in the day, and even still now) that feel that as soon as the women gets pregnant, they should run. Equal rights here, both have outs.

I hope that someday, when our technology has advanced to such a degree that we can remove the fetus of the women, were it in a situation that the father would still want to be there for the child, he would have the opportunity to do so without the woman having to continue with a lengthy trial of pregnancy.

Because let's be honest, going through a little over 9 months of watching everything you eat, drink, everywhere you go, the pain, it would be a little much to ask for for something you aren't willing to care for.
User avatar #436 to #434 - teranin ONLINE (06/19/2013) [-]
This has to do with feminism because the feminist movement has engineered the situation through lobbying and litigation to favor a demonstrably unequal measure of reproductive rights onto the woman... although the rest of your point I agree with.
User avatar #419 - terrria **User deleted account** (06/19/2013) [-]
wow, not the same
User avatar #412 - finni ONLINE (06/19/2013) [-]
I'm undecided about Abortion. On one side I support the killing of babies/fetuses, but then again it gives women a choice...
#390 - anonymous (06/19/2013) [-]
FunnyJunk: Constantly whines about feminists for not thinking men are equal, Never posts about misogynists thinking they're better than women. Equality in a nutshell.
User avatar #404 to #390 - teranin ONLINE (06/19/2013) [-]
Best I could come up with on short notice www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/4645983/Betty+White+is+a+badass
User avatar #397 to #390 - teranin ONLINE (06/19/2013) [-]
Than post some anti-misogyny content. Or hey, maybe I could. I'll try to find something good.
#392 to #390 - anonymous (06/19/2013) [-]
A majority of the people here are misogynists.
#399 to #392 - anonymous (06/19/2013) [-]
Yeah, but the whole "Middle class white men are the victims" stuff is getting old. And pretty much all the other stuff is taken from different site I think it's time for me to move on from Funnyjunk.
User avatar #409 to #399 - reginleif ONLINE (06/19/2013) [-]
I'm going to lose so much sleep tonight about the two anons who left FunnyJunk, over some content they disagree with.

User avatar #387 - darksideofthebeast (06/19/2013) [-]
No it's your fault if you ******* get a girl pregnant
That means man the **** up and take care of the kid
or tell your girlfriend to get an abortion...
User avatar #396 to #387 - polonius (06/19/2013) [-]
I supposed you never stopped to think about the other implications of getting a girl prego. i.e. getting raped by one.
User avatar #398 to #396 - darksideofthebeast (06/19/2013) [-]
I don't know how many times you've been raped but dear god do I hope for it to happen to me.
User avatar #405 to #398 - polonius (06/19/2013) [-]
You're never raped by hot models. Far from anything resembling descent, only fat chicks have the strength to hold down a man.
User avatar #406 to #405 - darksideofthebeast (06/19/2013) [-]
Not me
I carry a taser for that exact reason...
#386 - fahquoo (06/19/2013) [-]
I had a feminist friend once. I was explaining that my boyfriend and I try to split everything and share bills and what not. She informs me Im completely dependent on him and I need to be single (like her) and enjoy life by myself because no woman should need a man for any reason.   
   
Next week her car breaks down and calls me to ask if my boyfriend could fix it. I remind her men are useless, she should find a lady mechanic. She never spoke to me again.
I had a feminist friend once. I was explaining that my boyfriend and I try to split everything and share bills and what not. She informs me Im completely dependent on him and I need to be single (like her) and enjoy life by myself because no woman should need a man for any reason.

Next week her car breaks down and calls me to ask if my boyfriend could fix it. I remind her men are useless, she should find a lady mechanic. She never spoke to me again.
User avatar #389 to #386 - majortomcomics (06/19/2013) [-]
Good job, feminists always talk tough until they actually need males to do something.
User avatar #384 - candance (06/19/2013) [-]
Before a guy has sex he knows that if there is a pregnancy he has no choice in what happens to the baby. If she wants to abort she can and if she doesn't he has to help support the child. Knowing these risks if you still decide to enter into the sexual relationship then you're acknowledging that you are willing to take the risk. Just as a woman knows that every time she has sex there is a potential of pregnancy and she will have to suffer the consequences if it happens (it's not like abortions are fun or enjoyable, they are physically and emotionally scarring). Also, if you're a guy and decide to **** some girl without a condom then you end up having to pay child support the rest of your life that's your fault, you did have a choice and that choice was to be safe or not. (I know sometimes condoms break and such though and that's different). Anyway, like people have said below me, neglecting a child and just preventing a child from being born are two very different things. Realistically speaking, if you get an abortion when it's a little bundle of cells, the one suffering is the mother not the child, unlike if the child is raised without the parental support and love it needs to thrive and survive. /rant
User avatar #374 - slimeywaffles (06/19/2013) [-]
Why is funnyjunk trying to prove that men are the actual victims in society? Hell, I can't chose the occupation I want because I'm a female. This is nothing.
User avatar #378 to #374 - teranin ONLINE (06/19/2013) [-]
WTF country or job do you want that you can't do your job of choice due to your gender?
User avatar #383 to #378 - slimeywaffles (06/19/2013) [-]
Well, women do get paid lower. It would take me longer to be a manager compared to a man.
User avatar #385 to #383 - teranin ONLINE (06/19/2013) [-]
My roommate is a store manager, she makes 50k a year, several of my other friends manage their own stores and are female, all make between 50-80k a year, and I'm friends with a district manager, also female, making close to 200k a year. They of course work hard and are dedicated, but there was nothing stopping them from getting the promotions they wanted through their strong work ethic and ability. I think maybe you're just looking at the mountain, and getting climbing anxiety. It happens to all of us, **** I should know.
User avatar #388 to #385 - slimeywaffles (06/19/2013) [-]
Well, some get their goals. But you can't say women and men are totally equal.
User avatar #394 to #388 - teranin ONLINE (06/19/2013) [-]
Never said they were, I'm actually saying women have superior rights under the law right now in the united states, UK, and Canada. They are not treated perfectly equally in all other contexts either, some in favor of men, others in favor of women, some to the favor of women in such an extreme that men have been painted as rapist-tyrants who are responsible for all evil in history. I want true equality of treatment by society, no one treated better than anyone else, people hired for jobs based solely on the merit of their skills, that sort of thing, but it is an impossiblity as long as misandric organizations like the feminist movement exist.
User avatar #400 to #394 - slimeywaffles (06/19/2013) [-]
Women have superior rights? I think the matter of low wages being claimed mostly by women who have the same postion as a man in the workforce is enough to prove that wrong. Maybe if men like you supported women they wouldn't be bitching so much, and ou wouldn't have to hate them.
User avatar #402 to #400 - teranin ONLINE (06/19/2013) [-]
superior rights under the law, not superior treatment in the workplace, I actually agree wtih you to an extent on the inequities in the workplace.
User avatar #410 to #402 - slimeywaffles (06/19/2013) [-]
Huh. Yeah, I guess you're right there. By the way, I swear I'm not the one thumbing you down dude.
User avatar #413 to #410 - teranin ONLINE (06/19/2013) [-]
It's cool, downthumbs don't bug me. It's a way of expressing your opinion without having to put it into words, and it's what this site runs on.
#366 - kingarturi (06/19/2013) [-]
Did you know there are a lot of porn stars that are also Feminists. i found that odd.
Did you know there are a lot of porn stars that are also Feminists. i found that odd.
#477 to #366 - anonymous (12/31/2013) [-]
that totally understandable being a feminist means believing in equal rights. some women want to work in the porn industry & genuinely enjoy it. that's not to say the the industry demonstrates equality. some women find it empowering have that much control over a man. so much control that they will pay to see them ***** that a women only has to have sex with someone and she practically raking in money. whatever the reasons its her choice
#370 to #366 - anonymous (06/19/2013) [-]
For example who?
User avatar #376 to #370 - kingarturi (06/19/2013) [-]
some lady named jezebel if you really want to find some just google feminist pornstars in fact let me do it for you

lmgtfy.com/?q=Feminist+pornstars+
User avatar #377 to #376 - kingarturi (06/19/2013) [-]
Man, that sentence needs punctuation.
#365 - kitchendweller (06/19/2013) [-]
I had a Sociology teacher (class was Human sexuality and Gender roles) who kept with her thought that ONLY women are degraded in porn, by porn ,"Reduced to simple body parts". Dont get me wrong, I think that can be the case but she absolutely refused to acknowledge that the same thing is happening to males in porn, by porn.    
MFW
I had a Sociology teacher (class was Human sexuality and Gender roles) who kept with her thought that ONLY women are degraded in porn, by porn ,"Reduced to simple body parts". Dont get me wrong, I think that can be the case but she absolutely refused to acknowledge that the same thing is happening to males in porn, by porn.
MFW
User avatar #372 to #365 - flingwing (06/19/2013) [-]
if anything it's even worse for men? women you actually see the face and hear the moans, in like 90 percent of porn, the man is literally just a dick
#426 to #372 - anonymous (06/19/2013) [-]
Yeah but how often are men abused in the porn industry. Women are absolutely treated worst, being tricked into doing things they didn't get paid for and harmed by coworkers. Of course you can see the women more clearly in the porn you watch. You do realize the porn industry is mostly dominated by males and thus, they choose what you get to see mostly since they cater to male needs. How many of you would want to see the man's body in your straight porn? If anything, it's a bit unfair for the ladies that they can only see other ladies 90% of the time in straight porn.
User avatar #433 to #426 - flingwing (06/19/2013) [-]
agreed, but i was talking about in the way that their bodies are sexualized. women do get a lot more abuse and have pretty awful things done to them in pornography. and it is ******* annoying that the only straight porn i could find that had equal amounts of man and woman has monthly fees
User avatar #373 to #372 - kitchendweller (06/19/2013) [-]
I klnow! I tried explaining that to her, but she flat out refused to listen to me.
User avatar #375 to #373 - flingwing (06/19/2013) [-]
she gay her opinions are gay
User avatar #362 - failtolawl (06/19/2013) [-]
How hard is it to just ignore them? I don't go through my day being constantly affected by feminism until I go on here and watch so many butthurt people talking about them. seriously just shut the **** up about it.
#357 - swedishassassin (06/19/2013) [-]
And when a dad DOES want to take care of a kid, even though he is 50% of the genetics and reason for the pregnancy, he has 0% say in the matter.

Ah, I like this post. Didn't expect it from FunnyJunk.
#356 - anonymous (06/19/2013) [-]
I looked at the content and immediately realized how ******* retarded the illogical strawman argument was.

then I saw who OP was.
the stupidity made a lot more sense after I saw his name.
#344 - walkingdisaster (06/19/2013) [-]
Boy it sure is Summer in here.
#341 - sparkieemae (06/19/2013) [-]
Theres a huge difference between having an abortion and not taking care of your kids. Men don't get the choice to have an abortion because they are not carrying the baby. It may be their baby but it's not inside of their body and it's not their choice to destroy the fetus inside of another person. If it was inside of them then it would be their choice to have it removed.

Once the kid is born and if either gender parent decides not to take care of it then it makes them a dead beat parent.
User avatar #360 to #341 - sanguinesolitude (06/19/2013) [-]
It becomes difficult for a man since a woman can say i dont want the child and get an abortion, and the man has no say. But if he says no i want you to get an abortion, and she keeps the child then he has to pay for it
User avatar #371 to #360 - slimeywaffles (06/19/2013) [-]
There's no law that says a father must pay for his child .__.
User avatar #382 to #371 - sanguinesolitude (06/19/2013) [-]
In the US there certainly are such laws. If paternity can be established a court can order him to pay child support against his will. They generally do.
#369 to #360 - sparkieemae (06/19/2013) [-]
So what? You lose your right to choose once your genetic material leaves your body.   
   
Women get 9 more months of genetic material in their bodies and there fore 9 more months leeway.   
   
Obviously the positives to being the mother, one being that are that you have the right to choose to end an unwanted pregnancy.   
   
Downsides include that you are the one inflicted with an unwanted pregnancy. If you choose to end it you must go through a painful surgery. If you choose to go through with it you must share your body and your water and your food and your blood with another person for the better half of a year. You must go through hours of unimaginable abdominal pains to go through labor. You must shove a watermelon sized person through a hole in your body the size of a golf ball.   
   
Men's responsibilities include not risking impregnating someone they don't trust and who would abort their wanted children, or worse yet, have them when the father wants them aborted.
So what? You lose your right to choose once your genetic material leaves your body.

Women get 9 more months of genetic material in their bodies and there fore 9 more months leeway.

Obviously the positives to being the mother, one being that are that you have the right to choose to end an unwanted pregnancy.

Downsides include that you are the one inflicted with an unwanted pregnancy. If you choose to end it you must go through a painful surgery. If you choose to go through with it you must share your body and your water and your food and your blood with another person for the better half of a year. You must go through hours of unimaginable abdominal pains to go through labor. You must shove a watermelon sized person through a hole in your body the size of a golf ball.

Men's responsibilities include not risking impregnating someone they don't trust and who would abort their wanted children, or worse yet, have them when the father wants them aborted.
User avatar #380 to #369 - sanguinesolitude (06/19/2013) [-]
inflicted with a pregnancy? assuming this wasn't rape, then the woman had just as much to do with getting pregnant as the guy.

abortion is not painful. And as for going through the 9 months and caring for the child, exactly. If the woman chooses. The man doesn't get that choice.

I am just saying that a woman can decide to abort a child and avoid having to care for it for the next 18 years, a man does not have that opt out and can (and probably will be) forced to pay child support for that entire period. Even if he never wanted the child. Its a inequality is all i am saying.
User avatar #424 to #380 - sparkieemae (06/19/2013) [-]
Inflicted : Cause; something imposed

If someone is pregnant it is appropriate to say that they are inflicted with the pregnancy even if they had everything to do with it. For example, I inflicted a burn upon myself by turning on my stove and not paying attention to my hand. A number of things could have prevented this. I could have not bought a stove. I could have not turned it on. I could have paid attention. Be that as it may, I am inflicted with burn. Person could have never had sex. They could have used protection of many sorts. Be that as it may, they are inflicted with a pregnancy.

I'm assuming you've never had an abortion but from testimony from two people I know that have they both said it was extremely painful and considering that it is an invasive surgery I'm going to go with, yes, it is painful.

The father actually doesn't carry the child at all, its not like he chooses to or not.

Its not an inequality. Pregnancy and abortion have everything to do with each other and pregnancy leads to parenthood however abortion has nothing to do with parenthood. Abortion is the mothers choice because the fetus is inside of her, it would be absolutely unfair for the father to be able to force someone he impregnated to abort the pregnancy, it would also be unfair for him to force her to maintain a pregnancy. It may be his baby but its dependent on her, not him.
User avatar #430 to #424 - sanguinesolitude (06/19/2013) [-]
i agree with most of what you said except you seem to ignore my point. She can decide to not have a baby and incur no long term costs. he cannot and is at her discretion both whether she wants to keep the baby and whether she will make him pay child support on the child he didn't want. Since it was her choice as well as his to become pregnant, that she can have final say AND make him pay in accordance with her decision is my problem. I think a woman should have the choice to have a baby or not. But i think that if the woman wants to keep the child and the man does not, he should not have to pay for her decision.

inflicted implies unwanted imposition or imposing something on someone against their will. I guess it is grammatically acceptable, but your diction was deliberately chosen to assign blame to the man.

p.s. i don't pay child support and don't have any children so i'm not just raging at the machine.
User avatar #440 to #430 - sparkieemae (06/19/2013) [-]
There are single fathers out there who receive financial support from the mothers. It would be horrible if people could just abandon their children and had no legal responsibilities towards them, "Oh I don't want this person who I made so I'm not going to take care of it because didn't get the chance to choose an abortion"
#442 to #440 - sanguinesolitude (06/19/2013) [-]
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I agree to some extent with that. Its one thing if they both decide to have the kid then split up and she gets custody. Then of course he should have to pay.

I just feel if he from the beginning says he will pay for an abortion aftercare, etc. but doesn't want a child. He shouldn't be mandated to pay for what came down to being her choice.

you seem alright. Have a cute kitten licking its lips.
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