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#27 - I'm sure a guy who calls himself moshimoshi is totally an alph… 04/04/2014 on yet another feminist joke +1
#6 - I legitimately raise fish for a living, as weird as that sound…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/02/2014 on fishs 0
User avatar #7 - superpats (04/02/2014) [-]
you should find more intelligent clients.
#13 - anonymous (04/02/2014) [-]
*tips fedora*
#4 - Or you can just say fish for everything and not sound like a dumbass  [+] (4 new replies) 04/02/2014 on fishs 0
User avatar #5 - superpats (04/02/2014) [-]
When you're a biology major at your university, you sound ignorant otherwise. Its a sad day when people like you think being educated makes you sound like a dumbass.
#6 - morblid (04/02/2014) [-]
I legitimately raise fish for a living, as weird as that sounds, and sell to a ton of high-profile clients. I would be laughed out of their office if I said the word 'fishes'
User avatar #7 - superpats (04/02/2014) [-]
you should find more intelligent clients.
#13 - anonymous (04/02/2014) [-]
*tips fedora*
#107 - But I AM a 5' woman, it wouldn't be hard to take me down. Most…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/15/2014 on Makin' My Way Downtown 0
User avatar #111 - Nullifier (01/15/2014) [-]
Trust me, I've heard every argument for and against both sides of this.

I just think there's a fundamental difference in the two arguments. That difference is between "assumptions about women" and "sexism against women."
User avatar #192 - Haentar (01/15/2014) [-]
How so?
User avatar #196 - Nullifier (01/15/2014) [-]
Assumptions and stereotypes are natural human nature. It gives us a feeling of control which builds our sense of security; it's hardwired into us and only rarely becomes a problem (and that is when it is mixed with dogmatism and transposed into your actions).

To say "Women win custody cases because they are considered weaker and more nurturing, this is sexism." No, it's an assumption based on a majority and on history. It is not impossible for a woman to be independent, only a bit harder. This is not some grand scheme to target women, it's just an assumption. It affects men equally.

Things like that are double-edged swords based on assumptions, not sexism. It's not a scheme of inferiority or superiority. That's the difference.
#90 - I really have to disagree that those situations are comparable…  [+] (5 new replies) 01/15/2014 on Makin' My Way Downtown 0
User avatar #104 - Nullifier (01/15/2014) [-]
The difference isn't sexual, it's physical.

If I were a 5'6 manlet, I'd be scared of a 6'2, well-built woman walking quickly behind me too, most likely.
#107 - morblid (01/15/2014) [-]
But I AM a 5' woman, it wouldn't be hard to take me down. Most men fighten me.

And it is certainly sexual, but honestly funnyjunk doesn't care enough to know why.
User avatar #111 - Nullifier (01/15/2014) [-]
Trust me, I've heard every argument for and against both sides of this.

I just think there's a fundamental difference in the two arguments. That difference is between "assumptions about women" and "sexism against women."
User avatar #192 - Haentar (01/15/2014) [-]
How so?
User avatar #196 - Nullifier (01/15/2014) [-]
Assumptions and stereotypes are natural human nature. It gives us a feeling of control which builds our sense of security; it's hardwired into us and only rarely becomes a problem (and that is when it is mixed with dogmatism and transposed into your actions).

To say "Women win custody cases because they are considered weaker and more nurturing, this is sexism." No, it's an assumption based on a majority and on history. It is not impossible for a woman to be independent, only a bit harder. This is not some grand scheme to target women, it's just an assumption. It affects men equally.

Things like that are double-edged swords based on assumptions, not sexism. It's not a scheme of inferiority or superiority. That's the difference.
#85 - It's not a moment in time, like we don't go to a class for it,…  [+] (7 new replies) 01/15/2014 on Makin' My Way Downtown 0
#87 - xxitzchubbsxx (01/15/2014) [-]
That's not really true for just men.
If i'm walking alone down a dark road and behind me are a bunch of women all carrying baseball hats and i hate men t shirts on i'm going to run the fuck out of there.
Same if it's just one woman. It's not that you're taught to be afraid of men it's that you're taught to be afraid of shifty looking people.
#90 - morblid (01/15/2014) [-]
I really have to disagree that those situations are comparable, but unless you're someone who has been told to be afraid their entire life, I don't think you would understand.

That's not to say 'herrr derrr women are better' but the genders are taught, whether formally or not, different things. And women are taught to be afraid, particularly of men at night.
User avatar #104 - Nullifier (01/15/2014) [-]
The difference isn't sexual, it's physical.

If I were a 5'6 manlet, I'd be scared of a 6'2, well-built woman walking quickly behind me too, most likely.
#107 - morblid (01/15/2014) [-]
But I AM a 5' woman, it wouldn't be hard to take me down. Most men fighten me.

And it is certainly sexual, but honestly funnyjunk doesn't care enough to know why.
User avatar #111 - Nullifier (01/15/2014) [-]
Trust me, I've heard every argument for and against both sides of this.

I just think there's a fundamental difference in the two arguments. That difference is between "assumptions about women" and "sexism against women."
User avatar #192 - Haentar (01/15/2014) [-]
How so?
User avatar #196 - Nullifier (01/15/2014) [-]
Assumptions and stereotypes are natural human nature. It gives us a feeling of control which builds our sense of security; it's hardwired into us and only rarely becomes a problem (and that is when it is mixed with dogmatism and transposed into your actions).

To say "Women win custody cases because they are considered weaker and more nurturing, this is sexism." No, it's an assumption based on a majority and on history. It is not impossible for a woman to be independent, only a bit harder. This is not some grand scheme to target women, it's just an assumption. It affects men equally.

Things like that are double-edged swords based on assumptions, not sexism. It's not a scheme of inferiority or superiority. That's the difference.
#75 - I'm probably going to get a thousand red thumbs for standing u…  [+] (9 new replies) 01/15/2014 on Makin' My Way Downtown +4
#82 - xxitzchubbsxx (01/15/2014) [-]
What you're saying is probably true but could you give me an example when women are taught to fear men?
#85 - morblid (01/15/2014) [-]
It's not a moment in time, like we don't go to a class for it, but throughout our lives. Just like a man is told throughout his life to 'be a man', similarly women are told to fear men, that a man walking behind you at night is a very dangerous man, whether it is true or not.
#87 - xxitzchubbsxx (01/15/2014) [-]
That's not really true for just men.
If i'm walking alone down a dark road and behind me are a bunch of women all carrying baseball hats and i hate men t shirts on i'm going to run the fuck out of there.
Same if it's just one woman. It's not that you're taught to be afraid of men it's that you're taught to be afraid of shifty looking people.
#90 - morblid (01/15/2014) [-]
I really have to disagree that those situations are comparable, but unless you're someone who has been told to be afraid their entire life, I don't think you would understand.

That's not to say 'herrr derrr women are better' but the genders are taught, whether formally or not, different things. And women are taught to be afraid, particularly of men at night.
User avatar #104 - Nullifier (01/15/2014) [-]
The difference isn't sexual, it's physical.

If I were a 5'6 manlet, I'd be scared of a 6'2, well-built woman walking quickly behind me too, most likely.
#107 - morblid (01/15/2014) [-]
But I AM a 5' woman, it wouldn't be hard to take me down. Most men fighten me.

And it is certainly sexual, but honestly funnyjunk doesn't care enough to know why.
User avatar #111 - Nullifier (01/15/2014) [-]
Trust me, I've heard every argument for and against both sides of this.

I just think there's a fundamental difference in the two arguments. That difference is between "assumptions about women" and "sexism against women."
User avatar #192 - Haentar (01/15/2014) [-]
How so?
User avatar #196 - Nullifier (01/15/2014) [-]
Assumptions and stereotypes are natural human nature. It gives us a feeling of control which builds our sense of security; it's hardwired into us and only rarely becomes a problem (and that is when it is mixed with dogmatism and transposed into your actions).

To say "Women win custody cases because they are considered weaker and more nurturing, this is sexism." No, it's an assumption based on a majority and on history. It is not impossible for a woman to be independent, only a bit harder. This is not some grand scheme to target women, it's just an assumption. It affects men equally.

Things like that are double-edged swords based on assumptions, not sexism. It's not a scheme of inferiority or superiority. That's the difference.
#157 - It...it was a joke. On that. 01/14/2014 on do you know 4 +2
#154 - It was Never Ending Story III. God, get your ******* …  [+] (2 new replies) 01/14/2014 on do you know 4 0
User avatar #155 - thesmilyingdawg (01/14/2014) [-]
it was stickied saying that. God, get your fucking eyes checked
#157 - morblid (01/14/2014) [-]
It...it was a joke. On that.
#286 - I'm not trying to start an argument, but how else would you re…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/11/2014 on Faith in humanity somewhat... +1
User avatar #290 - achimp (01/11/2014) [-]
I thought feminists were for equality between the sexes? And hasn't equal rights for women been achieved for hte motst part? I mean, if they haven't surely they are balanced out by the concept of alimony, the courts bias towards women in cases of domestic violence and child custody, as well as abortion, among other things.
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