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|#2 - Picture||09/25/2014 on Make-Up Multi Fail||0|
|#39 - If you're thinking of getting type-0, there's apparently gonna… [+] (1 new reply)||09/24/2014 on Oh...||0|
|#24 - Feminism is not about playing the victim or villainising men, … [+] (8 new replies)||09/24/2014 on Needs more #rekt||+10|
#91 - mr skeltal (09/24/2014) [-]
No, feminism still means equality between sexes. Egalitarianism is a little wider term.
So you can still be a rascist and be a feminist, but if you are egalitarian you are also feminist in some grade.
The reason feminism is called FEMInist is because 100 years ago and earlier there really was sexist oppression. So women stood up and wanted the same rights. So the right definition of feminism is total equality between the sexes, and not female superiority or male submission. Ofc you got the tumblr-bitches and stuff, but that's like saying the WBC represents Christianity
#106 - kjeks (09/24/2014) [-]
Feminism by definition is equality for women, for women to have the same rights as men. Women have rights and privileges that men don't have, and I don't see any feminists wanting to give that up.
And even if feminism did mean total equality, why not have everyone call themselves Egalitarians instead? It literally means "a believer in human equality".
#141 - jorjicostava (09/25/2014) [-]
Feminism acknowledges that men have issues too, and wants to do something about it. Real feminists, that is. Look at the speech by Emma Watson.
And they call themselves feminists because when the movement begun, they only focused on female rights as they had much less back then, and then the term lived on as they begun working on all issues, even male issues. Then maybe you ask "Why is it still called feminism, why not change it for something better?". Upon which I answer your question with a question: Why is it still called a ring in boxing, when it's clearly a square? Because the definition of a word changes over time, and there's really no need to change it if people knew what it meant. As in people should understand that there is no bad feminist, just bad people claiming to be feminists.
So in essence, feminism shouldn't have to change, if people would just listen. I prefer the term Egalitarian, but choose to call myself feminist as I believe only if people don't give in to the accusations that all feminists are man-haters, we can change their minds by proving them wrong. But they're too farting busy being ignorant so they can have something to shout about online. And all the girls trying to be edgy by saying they don't need feminism.
#168 - kjeks (09/25/2014) [-]
The main problem with the word "feminism" is that it has negative connotations for a lot of people, and it would be much easier to unite people under Egalitarianism. Since the word isn't gender specific, no one has to feel like there is a bigger focus on either gender, and no one will feel like they might get screwed over in the end. Either way, I'm not part of either movement, I simply support equality and am not a fan of groups.
#40 - subejio (09/24/2014) [-]
I feel your pain with the word's meaning changing. It's the same reason I have to identify myself as Agnostic instead of Atheist. Atheist is supposed to mean "Lack of a belief" but has shifted to mean "Belief that there is no god."
#38 - mr skeltal (09/24/2014) [-]
#30 - mr skeltal (09/24/2014) [-]
The word you're looking for is EQUALITY. Femi-nazis are trying to change the meaning to mean women have more and special privileges and all men are the reason women are unhappy with the life they've chosen.
|#37 - So are you looking forward to XV? [+] (3 new replies)||09/24/2014 on Oh...||0|
|#19 - No need to go that far [+] (1 new reply)||09/23/2014 on this is what an SJW looks like||+6|
#117 - mr skeltal (09/24/2014) [-]
He's obviously going outside to destroy some cunts.
|#35 - It all boils down to people feeling like they have a lack of c… [+] (5 new replies)||09/23/2014 on Oh...||0|
#36 - angelious (09/24/2014) [-]
you werent really limited in your direction in earlier ffs.
while the story would only progress if you went to certain places there were always side missions on towns(small ones at that,but still existing) and you could just explore them for all you want.
ffXIII on the other hand had you running in a literal corridor with no exploring nor side quests.outside of that the background and scenery arent even that interesting and the enemies you face are mostly boring thanks to the gameplay system.
also open world doesnt mean that you are free to do whatever you please and progress story the way you want it.
if you go by that definition then games like: skyrim,gta series,far cry3 and so on. were not open world because they had a definite story that only triggered on certain places and certain time lines.
and yes, while i agree with the majority of people that the ff series has been dead ever since ffx i wont try to shoehorn my own opinion down your throat and i will respect your choise of games.
|#34 - Also, I can't say much for XIII because I haven't fully played…||09/23/2014 on Oh...||0|
|#33 - It was not "open" world because you were still limit…||09/23/2014 on Oh...||0|
|#28 - Nah that's XIV||09/23/2014 on Oh...||0|
|#27 - Everyone has their opinion I guess. But I'm glad that it seems…||09/23/2014 on Oh...||0|