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#107 - I absolutely agree that men do contribute somewhat to their ow…  [+] (5 replies) 09/14/2016 on Reasons +8
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#122 - littleliz (09/14/2016) [-]
many see it as men are to be stepped on cause thats what they once did to us. the proper ones say we refuse to let you treat us that way anymore because i can do the thing too but recognize and accept our differences. i know many men are stronger than me thats cool. i know many men act dominant thats cool too. people dont realize why men and women do the things they do and personally i think we just simply do things. things we may not like but we do them regardless of sex.
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#246 - hotkartoffel (09/14/2016) [-]
Pls explain how men stepped on women. I'm really curious, because you seem to be one of the most based feminists i have ever seen.
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#270 - littleliz (09/15/2016) [-]
if you re read it again you will see that i said many see feminism as stepping on men. i never said men stepped on women.
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#271 - hotkartoffel (09/15/2016) [-]
"many see it as men are to be stepped on cause thats what they once did to us"

the "cause what they did once to us" part is meant to be what "feminists" think happend in the past... ok. As non native englich speaker it was suggestive to read it diffrent.
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#273 - littleliz (09/15/2016) [-]
you're right i apologize. i forgot i said that. now what i was refering to is the history of the ideal of women needing to be the submissive. it has now been almost 100 years that sort of things has happened in the US but many women still see it as an excuse to treat men bad. women shouldnt let the past dictate their actions in the present when that stuff doesnt happen anymore.
#11 - A lot of people were arguing on that comment about circumcisio…  [+] (37 replies) 09/14/2016 on Reasons +83
#238 - anon (09/14/2016) [-]
as a 21 year old white male, I was going down the stairs from the platform of my train. As I was going down, I noticed a small girl (maybe 3 feet tall, maybe less. Probably 5 years old or under...) carrying a bag almost the size and weight of her behind her seemingly single mother. I told her I'd help her with her bag and helped her carry it down about 10 steps.

Once I got to the bottom, the mother didnt say anything to me and the shy daughter didnt either. I just kinda went ":I ..... :\" and went on my way. It wasnt until I got out of the train station that I realized I probably looked like a pedophile or thief... What a world we live in where I can't even help a struggling small child because I'm afraid of being labeled. (sigh)
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#225 - xeroxclad (09/14/2016) [-]
I agree with not fully removing the foreskin, but when i was born i was partially circumcised and i think its a pretty good medium. Basically they just made a little incision that allowed the foreskin to fall down around the head, but nothing was removed and i was no more mutilated than accidentally cutting your finger with a kitchen knife. Now I get the benefits of easy cleaning and i still have all my nerves so o loss of feeling or whatever

If any of you guys are expecting or are ever having kids, i strongly recommend partial circumcision, best of both worlds imho
#305 - anon (10/08/2016) [-]
for men or women?
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#308 - xeroxclad (10/09/2016) [-]
well i made a case for partial circumcision of a penis so I'd go with "men" as the correct answer
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#139 - soraptor (09/14/2016) [-]
I'm American, and I was circumcised at birth. During my circumcision, the scalpel used to cut my dick was dropped on my face and made a cut on my face. Since I was so young, the cut never healed properly, and I was permanently scarred on my face. To this day, I still get people asking about my scar. Shame I never had a choice in the procedure in the first place.
#118 - shironomia (09/14/2016) [-]
I am one of those cases that got circumcised because of medical issues, and I just now hear for the first time that there can be severe complications like that.
I really didn't quite have that in mind back when I was 6 years old.
Neither did I ever come across the thought that that could've been the case.

I mean, everything went fine, and I enjoy not having foreskin but that just got me a bit scared.. 14 years later.
But my point being.. Thank you for that information
#219 - brnbrn (09/14/2016) [-]
I actually like the way it feels. It helps spread pre-cum and lube it up. Can't imagine not feeling that
#109 - anon (09/14/2016) [-]
Fucking Americans, you dont want to be controlled by jews but you still circumsize
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#171 - commontroll (09/14/2016) [-]
Only a few of us don't want to be ruled by Jews. We know that if we're ruled by them, then Muslims won't get a foothold in America.
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#104 - aximil (09/14/2016) [-]
I understand where you're coming from about the circumcision thing. But as a 23 year old man who was circumcised pretty much at birth, I'm totally fine with it. Might just be because the surgery didn't go horribly wrong like in your examples, but yeah. Just my 2 cents.
#130 - anon (09/14/2016) [-]
I as well. Honestly, I thought it was rare if someone was un-circumcised. Where I live, I'm pretty sure mostly everyone is circumcised. There was only one kid in high-school who was not, and he said because his mom objected to the doctor doing it. Maybe its an American Medicine thing?
Is complications from circumcision really that prevalent?
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#125 - ninjeh (09/14/2016) [-]
That's just you, others might not feel the same way and it might 'cause' them to feel embarrassed and lead up to suicide (emphasizing 'might').

in addition to that, as Daeiros said, other than religious reasons, there is not 'real' medical justification or reason to do the procedure it the first place,

it just creates an opportunity for a mistake to happen, it's basically like having a stable status quo and saying "Hey, how bout we do this unnecessary procedure that MIGHT cause serious damage to our son even though he will not gain almost anything from the risk".

If there's a medical justification to proceed and circumcise a person, fine.

Otherwise, don't take risks that provide no reward.
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#127 - aximil (09/14/2016) [-]
Circumcised penises are cleaner. That's about the only thing I can think of.
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#128 - ninjeh (09/14/2016) [-]
Only difference I can think of when you say clean, is sweat accumulated in the foreskin, unless you jizz into it non stop I seriously don't think it's that much different, and as such not worth it.

I personally don't like circumcision because it's mostly done due of religious parents, not because they want the penis to be "clean".
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#81 - Gandalfthewhite (09/14/2016) [-]
I'm circumcised, but i kind of had to because my dick was too big for my foreskin no seriously i started puberty but the foreskin wasn't being as elastic as it should and i totally agree with the male teacher thing. I feel like i'm judged for even looking at a child in public for longer than a second
#68 - anon (09/14/2016) [-]
"hey you want to babysit my 5 year old daughter while I come to check on you every 30 minutes?"

I don't even go near children anymore.
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#44 - pristinepanda (09/14/2016) [-]
I like not having foreskin.
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#114 - logintoviewsauce (09/14/2016) [-]
That's because you've got no idea what you're missing. Did you know that the ridged band is one of the most sensitive erogenous zones of the male body?
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#105 - aximil (09/14/2016) [-]
Likewise. It looks nicer and it's much easier to clean.
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#196 - burpy (09/14/2016) [-]
Not like an antdick is difficult to clean in the first place
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#199 - burpy (09/14/2016) [-]
I meant to say anteater dick, but my mistakes can't be unmade
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#72 - ugoboom (09/14/2016) [-]
Then you could have made that decision when you were a teenager, or adult. Hell I probably would. I like being cut.

Having it automatically done for you as a kid, when you are too young to have a real say? That's fucking systematic mutilation. I'm mad about being cut.
#186 - anon (09/14/2016) [-]
That's fucking retarded.

Everything about your life was decided for you until you were a teenager. Being mad about something you can't change is silly.

I repeat. You didn't get to choose anything. You fed certain foods, vaccinated, taught certain languages, religions, and biases. Literally everything that you experienced as a young child was because of the decisions of another person.

If you like being cut, why should you be upset about the lack of choice? You didn't get to choose anything else along the way.
#306 - anon (10/08/2016) [-]
hey tell that to child trafficking victims.
go on.
do it.
#267 - ugoboom (09/15/2016) [-]
nothing permanent was chosen. being cut is damaging and irreversable.

you can recover from bad parenting.
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#148 - anon (09/14/2016) [-]
Yeah, I think that for me, it's less the fact that I was circumcised, which doesn't really bother me too much, but more that I didn't have a choice in the matter. It's my body, after all. I should get to choose what I do with it.
#53 - anon (09/14/2016) [-]
Ehh, I don't have a foreskin and I would be willing to bet that it is one of those things that you just don't know what you're missing.
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#82 - Gandalfthewhite (09/14/2016) [-]
I've had both withing memory, had it off when i was 12-13 and i don't miss shit. Looks neater and cleaner (not that it wasn't before)
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#87 - pingun (09/14/2016) [-]
Did you hit puberty and find out about masturbation before or after you lost it? Since as far as i know, mastubation is a lot easier with a foreskin, with or without lube.
Thats just as far as i know
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#119 - pristinepanda (09/14/2016) [-]
It's not like getting off is a chore that i'd like to be done with in 5 seconds.
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#136 - pingun (09/14/2016) [-]
I know the feeling bud, it can take me 3 hours to get off.
Down to occasionall 20min after work somedays, but yeah.
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#88 - Gandalfthewhite (09/14/2016) [-]
i discovered it at least a year or two before, and it's no real harder really. I won't go into detail but it's no harder huehue than before
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#38 - lordbalkara (09/14/2016) [-]
When I was a baby, my mom didn't want me circumcised, but the hospital did it anyway without her permission. When I asked her about it, and she told me, she still seemed pretty pissed.
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#47 - arandomanon (09/14/2016) [-]
Isn't that illegal? Couldn't your mother sue the hospital for not respecting her wishes performing an intervention that was completely and utterly unnecessary?
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#48 - lordbalkara (09/14/2016) [-]
Not entirely sure, but I think that she never really specified that she didn't want it, and my Dad (Read abusive alcoholic drug addict) wanted me circumcised, so it's completely possible he asked for it without consulting my Mom, who due to being abused her entire life, was an incredibly submissive person, and probably wouldn't have really fought about it anyway. TL;DR, family drama and bullsht is probably why I have a mutilated dick to this day.
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#49 - arandomanon (09/14/2016) [-]
Alright, the whole story makes more sense. Sorry about that.
#9 - Hi there. I don't believe I've ever seen one of my comments sc…  [+] (1 reply) 09/14/2016 on Reasons 0
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#10 - xxskoolxx (09/14/2016) [-]
Just wanted to let you know
#5 - 1. Stop cutting off part of their dicks at birth 2. Stop r…  [+] (31 replies) 09/13/2016 on Please save joshlol +159
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#37 - zionsype (09/14/2016) [-]
>Stop cutting off part of their dicks at birth
I highly fucking doubt anyone killed themselves because they were circumcised.
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#35 - tittylovin (09/14/2016) [-]
13 speaks to me

feels bad man
#31 - terminalinfinity (09/14/2016) [-]
Damn man, you just summed up the average male experience in the west, in one post.

It took me a solid 6 years removed from school to figure out how fucked up I had become from being in all that shit.
#33 - terminalinfinity (09/14/2016) [-]
Also:

21. Stop giving women automatic custody of children. There are a LOT of women who are mentally unfit to be parents.

22. Eliminate the female-male sentencing gap. Stop giving women passes for beating the shit out of people.
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#24 - anotherponyaccount (09/14/2016) [-]
#1 isn't circumcision right?
#38 - kadrynna (09/14/2016) [-]
well when you have a baby girl, they don't ask if you would like them to perform a clitodirectomy- and the doctor would most likely be appalled and refuse if you requested it, especially considering it is illegal in the majority of developed countries. but it's ok to do it to baby boys who do not require medical intervention? no it's not right
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#40 - anotherponyaccount (09/14/2016) [-]
>>#36 I had one of those medical condition where if I were to pee it would cause me agony due to a tight foreskin, but you're right random stranger on the internet they had no reason to take away my pain bringer, how dare they
#41 - kadrynna (09/14/2016) [-]
you obviously didn't read my comment correctly. I said it's not right to do it to boys who DO NOT require medical intervention, like you did.
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#42 - anotherponyaccount (09/14/2016) [-]
I did misinterpret it, that's my bad.
But I haven't heard of any cases (outside of jews) where it's "out of the womb, foreskin in the tomb"
#43 - kadrynna (09/14/2016) [-]
haha all good. It became common in the US after WW2- by the 60s, 90% of newborn boys were being circumcised and it was considered a progressive thing to do. By the 90s, 50% of boys were still being circumcised and it's only recently that doctors are realizing it isn't a great thing to do. And I've heard some real horror stories about unnecessary circumcisions ending in more damage than was intended and even botched procedures that resulted in the boy having gender reassignment and being raised as a girl. So yeh, unless it's absolutely necessary and there's no alternative, I'm super against it.
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#44 - anotherponyaccount (09/14/2016) [-]
wow that shits fucked I've heard there's some benefits to it like against diseases or something don't have a source so its kinda pointless bringing it up
#45 - kadrynna (09/14/2016) [-]
I heard the same thing too and looked into it. What I mostly found was it was becoming popular in Africa again with the spread of HIV/AIDS and claims that having a foreskin would make you more likely to contract it (and plunging small children would cure it). But I'm pretty sure I found it's the opposite that's true... But I don't have citation... so eh
#25 - anon (09/14/2016) [-]
Is circumcision cutting off part of men's dicks?
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#26 - anotherponyaccount (09/14/2016) [-]
technically, I mean you're taking off the foreskin which is a part of the dick
#27 - anon (09/14/2016) [-]
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#28 - anotherponyaccount (09/14/2016) [-]
but there's perfectly valid reasons for circumcisions I wasn't sure if there was some mutilation thing going on that I never heard about
#36 - anon (09/14/2016) [-]
There are valid medical reasons, however only as a last resort (i.e. phimosis or balanitis). The vast majority of circumcisions are on the basis of culture or religion.

He argues that culture/religion alone is not a good reason to physically change the appearance of someone else's genitals. The man can always opt to have a circumcision later in life, but then it would be his own choice to do so and not imposed by someone else.
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#39 - anotherponyaccount (09/14/2016) [-]
That's where I was trying to go
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#23 - nudybooty (09/14/2016) [-]
#3 would have to be solved by men, it's like women and nursing. Most men aren't interested.
#5 The way school is taught is shit for everyone
#6 Not sure what you mean by this but I hate how as a kid guys could run around, bullying other kids by physical means and the victim was just ignored because "boys will be boys"
#19 No one is really demanding this exact this whales on tumblr
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#20 - failtolawl (09/14/2016) [-]
jesus fuck the victimization is REAL
#30 - anon (09/14/2016) [-]
Now, now, Don't blame the victim.
#16 - anon (09/13/2016) [-]
There is no way to undo the damage. Ties have been severed. It's time the world will suffer for what it has done.

We're thebeautifull ones. The end is near.
#14 - anon (09/13/2016) [-]
I bet 10$ that you're one of those fat MGTOW neckbeards
#29 - anon (09/14/2016) [-]
and I bet $300 you're a Douchecanoe now fuck off and wank in your sisters undies you gestating scab of a pedo.
#11 - bezza (09/13/2016) [-]
Number one only happens in the UK if you are a Kayak
#10 - willz (09/13/2016) [-]
well 1. doesn't really happen too much in the UK
#9 - anon (09/13/2016) [-]
i agree with almost everything on the list but there's a problem with #3. A majority of teachers are female, so of course schools are going to be staffed mostly by women. This is a matter of personal preference, nobody is stopping men from becoming teachers, it's just that women are more inclined to work with children. It's just like women in STEM - nobody is stopping them, they just choose not to.
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#19 - useroftheLOLZ (09/14/2016) [-]
That's not entirely right, it definitely has more to do with the teaching methods allowed.

The curriculums being taught as well as the standards being held, as well as the allowed methodology, are almost specifically taught towards the female brain, IE having it explained to them or through reading. Males typically need a more hands on and practical approach. Discussion works very effectively but young boys NEED to be moving and doing things hands on, sitting at a desk for 8 hours has ended up misdiagnosing young boys with ADD and ADHD when all they fucking need is to do something to keep them occupied.

Schools don't like this.

School Boards don't like this because they think time and money spent just having the boys move and interact with what they're learning is time they can sit and study. Fun fact, being male and just sitting and studying doesn't work as well for you. Actually working shit out is what is good.

But that's MORE work for the school board, so they default to the classical thinking styles.

That shit doesn't fly in Universities.

For me, in Engineering, all but 1 of my teachers is male.

Yes it definitely has to deal with it being a STEM field, but this is also seen in the teaching methodology. My teachers allow us to stand up and move, go to the bathroom which is something teenagers in Jr High shouldn't have to ask to do unless they abuse it, breaks are taken if the material is heavy, we're given PRACTICAL shit to work through, fuck even the math is taught so much more fucking differently than I had it all my life having straight female teachers.

I honestly thought I hated math because I just can't work through that logic.

I wasn't.

I lacked a solid base, brought partially by laziness but also by a complete and utterly unintuitive methods of teaching. I, neither did my male counterparts work well with being talked to about math, it was having it both explained, worked through, the going over of homework and explanation of logic that's worked. And I suffered because my lack of fundamentals that I pretty much am STILL relearning, as I'm trying to unfuck years of piss poor teaching methodology.

But that's not how math should be taught, apparantly.

There are many guys that want to teach, but they don't get the freedom to teach how THEY want unless they go teach at a university where you will see an actual balance.
#12 - anon (09/13/2016) [-]
maybe that's because men know feminist society labels men as predators & doesn't trust us around kids and will always be suspicious of their motives. Many daycare centres flat out will not hire men because it makes the kids' mothers uncomfortable to think of leaving their kids alone with a man. Public school is basically glorified daycare, probably adopting the same ideology to pacify the feminist notion only women can be trusted with children.
#13 - anon (09/13/2016) [-]
idk, i still think it's because of preference. Like how also social workers and nurses are mostly female. That being said, there's nothing wrong if a man wants to follow a traditionally female career or vice-versa but yea, i agree with you in that it's sort of fucked up that men who want to work with children are automatically "creeps".
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#15 - syntheticdoll (09/13/2016) [-]
Agreed, I went to school where about half the teachers were men, and they were ALL the coolest teachers I had, even the strictest one told us good stories during class and we could bride him with chocolate to postpone a test, meanwhile almost all women teachers acted like shit at least once. Also none of the male teachers insulted students for fun unless they knew the student is cool with it. My probably worst experiance was when we had to take a train and a female teacher came with us who basicaly treats students like fucking dogs. So we get on the railjet and it has a weird thing, it's an international train but only people from my country have assigned seats, if you get on before or after the border you can sit wherever you want. So this asian-lloking woman happens to sit at our assigned seat and this bitch goes up to her and starts SHOUTING about how "don't you know where you're allowed to sit?". She turns out doesn't speak our language so i get shoved to the front as the group's only competent english speaker and i try to explain to her as nicely as i can that we have this seat reserved, she understands, packs her stuff and leaves but honestly i felt fucking shit for translating for that cunt who felt like she was in the right for talking like this to a total stranger.
I swear women teachers are usually twice as bad as males. Some even more.
#12 - your thumb muscle tenses when you touch it to your finger tips…  [+] (1 reply) 09/13/2016 on Cancerous Comp 0
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#41 - monkeybotlove (09/13/2016) [-]
Yes! I feel you man, I had a hell of a time taking blood pressure measurements back in 2001 because of all the straight finger punches I had done. If the pulse was weak, it was so hard.
#2 - The funny thing about this is, she says the guys are all in t-…  [+] (1 reply) 09/13/2016 on m8 +12
#3 - anon (09/13/2016) [-]
>If it's too cold, you can always dress warmer

>If it's too hot, you just have to suffer through it.

>Feminists would rather men helplessly suffer than for women to just dress warm. Their choice of office wardrobe is more important to them than the helpless suffering of half the population.
#14 - here you go 09/13/2016 on snap +20