(Original post by Seven-Three)
If I believed it (which I don't because I'm not stupid) that'd make it 'our' opinion.
This is the most basic of think abilities, being able to imagine things objectively, without personnal bias and above all with as good rational as possible.
Where is the rational for this 'maturity' rubbish you're going on about?
You honestly don't believe that women should have the right to wear what they want?
Your bull about thinking 'rationally' and without 'bias' is nonsense, along with your talk of objectivity. I guess you believe in objective morality, then? I could only imagine that you could be a theist in that respect; I mean, I can't imagine objective morality in a Godless world. Yet, I'm sure you once said that you weren't religious, and frankly you don't seem very Godly - what with your racism and all...
Yes, I have subjective opinions, but they are
based on some logic. I don't see the two as necessarily mutually exclusive. I'm not saying that something can be 'proven' to be moral, but rather that it makes sense to me that it should be moral based on my reasoning. Consider, for example, my subjective opinion that there is no God. It's a logical position, however subjective and unproven it may be.
So this begs the question, why do I believe women should have equal rights to men? Why would that be more mature? Well, I believe the burden is on those arguing that they shouldn't
have equal rights, without resorting to primitive, outdated and wholly immature stereotypes of women being the 'lesser sex'. Like my belief in 'no God', my belief that women should be treated equally to men is because I have no reason not
to. The fact that just a few changes in my genetics could have made me a female or a person with slightly different skin colour, makes me believe that humans, disabled, or otherwise, deserve the same status in terms of their subjection under the law in terms of their basic human
That's just one moral reason for treating females equally to males. It's far from exhaustive!