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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
User avatar #42 - jellybaby
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(08/30/2013) [-]
The way I see the whole "sandwich issue" is basically;
If your boyfriend/male friend/etc asks for a sandwich because he wants one, and he asks politely, making him a sandwich is just the nice thing to do.
If he tells you to make one because you're a female and he expects females to do that, kick him in the balls and leave the ******.
User avatar #44 to #42 - aiana
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(08/30/2013) [-]
I don't really get this.. If you're at a friends place male or female. Ask for a sandwich if you're hungry. Go make it together like the good friend you are. Apologise if you're an idiot at making sandwiches or feels uncomfortable using their kitchen alone.
If you're in a relationship it's okay to ask your girlfriend for a sandwich and it's okay to ask your boyfriend for a sandwich. If you like eachother. Wheres the problem? You shouldn't even ask for a sandwich in the first place.. your partner should ask you if you want one, cause doing things for the person you love feels great.

Now if your BEST friend asks you to make a sandwich ask him if he's mental and tell him to go roll in something smelly and follow up with laughing at him. That or make him a sandwich with wasabi and mustard only.
User avatar #46 to #44 - jellybaby
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That's my point, sorry if I'm bad with words, haha. It's just that some people, generally males, shout at females to make them sandwiches because they think they're being funny.
User avatar #50 to #46 - aiana
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(08/30/2013) [-]
No worries and sorry. The "I don't get this." Was more for the entire theme of "sandwich making" as a chauvinistic/feministic topic.
User avatar #53 to #50 - jellybaby
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Oh, right. Yeah, I suppose it's because of how some males think that joke's funny, not if someone actually wants a sandwich. Personally, I support actual feminists' reasons for feminism, like when women are actually not given equal rights, and how men are looked upon as animals that can't control themselves if a woman is wearing revealing clothing. I guess I'm babbling here, but my main point is that misandry is mistaken for feminism, when they are completely unrelated.
User avatar #55 to #53 - aiana
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(08/30/2013) [-]
Equality is like a given to me. I expect to be treated like any other person.
But we can't ever deny that there are differences in gender.
Fx: Men produce more muscle easier, cause it's in their genes. So regarding hitting and such.. the one who does more damage should get the charge.
If the female have overarms like a lumberjack and was beating you up. SHE should get the charge.
I generally think we should define rights from science and not base it on old statistics.
Fx: "Women are better at raising children?" No. Not nessesary. They have more chances to raise children cause of laws favoring women over men in divorces.
Ect ect..
I think this should go for ALL countries around the world. I do know there are some countries that have horribly outdated oppression of women still, but not many modern societies have. Feminists from modern places that act like they're victims of some illusionary chauvanistic world are just attention whores and drama queens in my eyes.
User avatar #58 to #55 - jellybaby
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(08/30/2013) [-]
I agree with you here, but it's just things like 1% of the land on Earth is owned by women, and how high the rape statistics are.
Feminism works both ways, a way of treating people, of any sex and gender identity, equally.
What I'm attempting to say is, I guess I am a feminist, but not because I am female, or that I think female's are weak (which is untrue), it's because of the things like women are blamed for being raped by wearing revealing clothing. What I get out of these statements are that people think men can't control themselves, like a savage animal, and that's sexism, you know what I'm saying?
User avatar #71 to #58 - aiana
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Yea that's not really feminism tho - that's common sense, lol.
I believe change is a slow progress and we're moving in the right direction. It's only in my grandfathers time that women weren't allowd to vote. We've already changed alot of viewpoints in our parents generation only. So no reason to panic.
User avatar #76 to #71 - jellybaby
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That is true, we are making progress. The problem is, this is similar to what happened with racism. Blacks and whites have approximately equal rights (I'm not very educated with this subject, so I apologise if I'm making any mistakes; I'm just assuming here) yet racism is far too common still.
But hey, slow progress is progress.
Hopefully there will be more LGBTQ rights, too. I just don't understand why genitals, identity, skin and sexuality even matters.
User avatar #89 to #76 - aiana
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(08/30/2013) [-]
Completely agree.
User avatar #91 to #89 - jellybaby
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(08/31/2013) [-]
So, can we brohug now or something?