(untitled). . In at. My mum told me a story about how she fell out with her best friend (who was a active feminist). She had just had me, and she wanted to start a proper family so  (untitled) In at My mum told me a story about how she fell out with her best friend (who was active feminist) She had just and wanted to start proper family so
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #12 - murphymcbean
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My mum told me a story about how she fell out with her best friend (who was a active feminist). She had just had me, and she wanted to start a proper family so she resigned from her job so she could raise me and my (soon to be) siblings properly. So anyway, her friend said that just because she had just had me, she shouldn't feel under pressure to stop working just because that's what society says she should do. Mum said that she didn't feel like that. She wanted to stop working so she could look after me properly, and just focus on being "a mum" for a bit. Her friend told her that she felt really let down by her, and that "women like her" where setting feminism back years and years.

I should probably point out that this women never had any children, never married, and lost her job she was so proud of about 6 years ago because she had an affair with the area manager. Haha.
#15 to #12 - antoniospaghettio
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Why wouldn't you like to be a house mum?

Seriosly - staying home as much as you want, have a lot of free time for yourself, having someone who pays all the bills, not having to do the job you probably don't enjoy doing anyway, and not being blamed by the society to do nothing with your life.

Some women say being a mother is the hardest job in the world - it's really really not.
User avatar #16 to #15 - murphymcbean
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You remind me of an Oprah quote "This lady does the hardest job in the world, shes a mother". **** off Oprah you don't even have any kids, just trying to give the audience what they want to hear. lol.

I hear what your saying, and I agree to some extent, but to be fair to my mum, she stopped at 3 kids and we where all a ******* nightmare. It really was a full time job for her but she was a good parent. Its the people that sit on their ass all day getting benefits and handouts and spend it all on booze and fags (slang for cigarette where I'm from) that piss me off.
#21 to #16 - antoniospaghettio
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I'm not saying it's easy, heck - a crying baby can drive me nuts in seconds.
Seriously, if I would be stuck on a deserted island with a baby, I would probably throw it off the cliff.

But there are much ******** jobs out there.
User avatar #47 to #15 - hoponthefeelstrain
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"a lot of free time to yourself" Kids especially young kids need a lot of attention, plus you'd have house chores and some people think it's boring to stay at home all day every day.
#19 to #15 - anon id: fb43d6bb
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-my girlfriend has amazing career
-i dont
-we agreed that I'd be a stay at home day

-winning life
User avatar #27 to #12 - mempol
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That's the kind of person that gives people the wrong idea about feminism.
What a **** feminist.
#28 to #12 - waker
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Well it's good that she's not going to reproduce.
User avatar #35 to #12 - didactus
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"she shouldn't feel under pressure to stop working just because that's what society says she should do"
That seems odd to me.

The society where I'm from encourages women to start working after having had a child. And that's what my mom did, and she also altered raising me and my brother with my father when we were young.
User avatar #17 to #12 - threeeighteen
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My mum and her friend were pregnant at the same time, my mum had me I think. while her friend had an abortion. Now her friend never speaks to my mum.
User avatar #18 to #17 - murphymcbean
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Yeesh. Thats almost tragic man. Especially if she regretted it after. She would always see you as "the son that could have been" or something.
#1 - letmetouchyourboob
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Comment Picture
User avatar #43 to #1 - keltainenlumi
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There are so many things that I like about that gif that I don't even know anymore...
User avatar #3 to #1 - enigmaticspirit
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Someone else who wants something funny on Funnyjunk? Blasphemy.
#2 to #1 - zerpderp
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#40 - timmywankenobi
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Do these prominent and exalted feminists sound like they really have any interest in equality to you ?

PS. If many of the leaders of your movement are hateful bigots how can your movement ever really be about equality ?
#41 - teranin
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#30 - smuffle
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Our school had 30 % off on everything in the cafeteria for women only on the International Women's Day. I'm glad someone understands equality Modern "feminism" is weird.
#22 - pornoranger
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does that 'girl' have a 'not-so-freshly-shaved' moustache?
User avatar #29 to #22 - asheskirata
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That's a guy.
User avatar #36 to #29 - thesovereigngrave
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...Is, is it really?

I've always thought it was a woman...
User avatar #37 to #36 - asheskirata
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It's a terrifying thought, isn't it?
User avatar #38 to #37 - thesovereigngrave
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I'm scared...
User avatar #31 to #29 - genasi
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GENDER IS A CHOICE YOU OPPRESSIVE PIG
User avatar #32 to #31 - asheskirata
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I meant physically a guy, which explains the moustache.

However, reasoning with someone who is obviously a troll is impossible.
User avatar #33 to #32 - genasi
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chill out, it was meant sarcastically
User avatar #34 to #33 - asheskirata
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Sorry, I haven't slept in four days, I couldn't tell the difference between sarcasm and a gun in my face right now
User avatar #39 to #34 - imagnetsux
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gee, you're so funny. now give me your wallet.
User avatar #50 to #39 - asheskirata
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Have a taco instead
User avatar #52 to #50 - imagnetsux
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omnomnomnomnom.
#8 - bbdabrick
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why do people thumb this up? its just putting two conflicting ideas that happen to be about feminism on a picture... come on
#24 to #8 - listerthepessimist
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User avatar #26 to #8 - bestfoxgirl
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Because the same person made these 2 contradicting statements
#11 to #8 - angelwithashotgun
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That's because feminism is inherently self conflicting
User avatar #46 - xombiemike
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My wife is a stay at home mom and she gets **** about it from family and friends. Total ********.
User avatar #45 - freshlikeuhhhhhh
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but thats a dude in the pic....
#4 - anon id: b3dd0fdc
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We don't think that stay at home mom's are setting back feminism, we just think that women who think that's their only option are setting back feminism.

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