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#24 - waffies ONLINE (07/20/2014) [-]
But... the same people who make this post will say that girls are silly for worrying about showing underwear because they don't worry about bikinis....    
   
I mean, they're showing off... might as well be a guy flexing right? They're not a slut till they have sex frivolously right? That's what that word still means.... right?   
   
I dont understand what people want anymore...
But... the same people who make this post will say that girls are silly for worrying about showing underwear because they don't worry about bikinis....

I mean, they're showing off... might as well be a guy flexing right? They're not a slut till they have sex frivolously right? That's what that word still means.... right?

I dont understand what people want anymore...
User avatar #26 to #24 - Mortuus (07/20/2014) [-]
As a man, I must say that I encourage such behavior from women outside of my family.

As an "adult", I must say that such behavior is immature and devalues the women.
#29 to #26 - waffies ONLINE (07/20/2014) [-]
But would a guy showing off his body devalue him? I just don't get why its such a big deal. I totally agree on the note of 'maturity', that's noteworthy, as behavior like this is something i'd only expect from younger individuals who are all about attracting others or getting approval. But considering that most young adults are basically teenagers still learning what "maturity" is, is it really that big of a problem?
But would a guy showing off his body devalue him? I just don't get why its such a big deal. I totally agree on the note of 'maturity', that's noteworthy, as behavior like this is something i'd only expect from younger individuals who are all about attracting others or getting approval. But considering that most young adults are basically teenagers still learning what "maturity" is, is it really that big of a problem?
User avatar #30 to #29 - Mortuus (07/20/2014) [-]
No, it wouldn't devalue him.

Society expects different from women, and I, and my girl have no issues with this. Do what you want, but don't expect to be treated like everyone else, y'know.
#32 to #30 - waffies ONLINE (07/20/2014) [-]
Hm, so its just kinda a matter of "it is how it is" right now?   
   
See, I feel like saying "maybe they should be treated the same" or something of that ilk, but isn't that the supposed basis of "Actual" feminism? Shouldn't there be some kind of "equalism" movement? Or shouldn't we just be calling it all Human Rights like we did before people started becoming highly sexist in their defences?   
   
Either way, the movements that try to force change are certainly being a bit too aggressive i'd say. You cant force people to change their minds   
   
Thanks for chatting Mort
Hm, so its just kinda a matter of "it is how it is" right now?

See, I feel like saying "maybe they should be treated the same" or something of that ilk, but isn't that the supposed basis of "Actual" feminism? Shouldn't there be some kind of "equalism" movement? Or shouldn't we just be calling it all Human Rights like we did before people started becoming highly sexist in their defences?

Either way, the movements that try to force change are certainly being a bit too aggressive i'd say. You cant force people to change their minds

Thanks for chatting Mort
User avatar #33 to #32 - Mortuus (07/20/2014) [-]
Aye. Same to you.

Egalitarianism will never truly be seen due to human greed and biological programming.
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