1) "communism" was defined as the communal ownership of wealth and production. that doesn't mean communism in practice or in its advocacy will look anything like its definition. fo example, feminism may be given a dictionary definition of equality, "equality" is not a word that has one meaning - you could get equality through equal treatment amongst different outcomes, or you could get the very superficial and watered down form of equality that feminists often politically propose where women are given special privileges to make the outcomes equal, as opposed to the opportunities.
2) "fem"inism is already biased by definition - if "fem"inism is egalitarianism, then is "masculin"ism? if I call myself a masculinist, doe that make me just as likely to be in favour of equal rights? surely it should if "fem"inism is, so if "fem" an "masculin" are pointless prefixes, THEN WHY NOT SIMPLY CALL IT GENDER-EQUALITY?! why make it biased towards one gender over another?! I don't care if one is more traditional, it still makes 0 sense! feminism has become such a stupid doctrine because of this bull**** - there is power in language, and the language of "fem"inism suggests a narrative of women being more important
Can anyone address people's grievances with feminism without solely relying on arguments based on their own individual beliefs? The title is 'Why people are against feminism?', not why people are against angel2015/Viridiana/[insert other TSR user]'s stance on feminism.
We all know what it is meant to be; to put it simply many people are against feminism because it doesn't do what it says on the tin. So any arguments as to what the proverbial tin says are redundant.
I believe in femini..... ne girls
I agree with feminism.
I firmly believe these gals need some strong male leadership!
The movement has been *******ised to make men lapdogs advocating the ****tiest double standards particularly in gender roled and social consequences of such, rather than solving the core problem itself. One wonders whether they even WANT to solve men's issues.
in for the himanitarians
everyone except crackpots, Ukippers and some old people (not necessarily mutually exclusive) wants equal rights for men and women.
feminists want something more, but there are so many brands of feminism that the word itself means little by itself