"Strong", "independent" feminist women terrorised by clapping! Really!? Watch

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The conference wasn't just for women.
No but it was on behalf of women. Sure men could tag along too, but this was a feminist conference.
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No but it was on behalf of women. Sure men could tag along too, but this was a feminist conference.
Of course!
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Of course!
So the point still stands. Feminism shouldn't brazenly encourage and reinforce weakness and ineptitude in public speaking among women and then at the same time talk about how few women there are in such public leadership roles.
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lol this is hilarious would like see this happening on 'question time' I would p myself with laughter, just feminists showing how moronic they are
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(Original post by idontevenbeth)
Try and read what I put again
I don't need to, if you can ban things for all of those reasons then you can ban lots of other things because there might be negative effects for some people


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This is pathetic and nobody should be afraid to say so.

If you have an autistic speaker or something, fine, make the request. If not, people clap when they like what they hear. Deal with it.

(Original post by Twinpeaks)
You're so sad. Spending your time purposely seeking out articles such as this.


I may aswell find articles giving bad examples of Muslims (extremists) and use it to push an anti-Muslim argument.
And then sit back and say look how ridiculous these Muslims are.
It hardly needed to be sought out, it's been reported by the BBC and no end of other news outlets.

Pretty much everything women's campaigns do is pathetic nonsense like this.
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I like this idea. Whooping sounds ****ing annoying and you've always got one **** who has to finish clapping last.
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When I think of feminists the last thing that comes to mind is independence and strength.
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If you mean extremely tenuous with almost no discernible link other than the use of the word feminist, then yes I agree it has something to do with feminism.


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It is respectful in the sense that this is how deaf people clap. Its good in that you have to be quite open about you're approval, no hiding away with jazz hands
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Clapping is perpetuating the patriarchy and must be eradicated
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(Original post by idontevenbeth)
Haha good one! You get the original joke award well done
Wooo
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Long live the Patriarchy.
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Clapping is perpetuating the patriarchy and must be eradicated
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