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    Why basically equal..?
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    (Original post by Eugenie Grandet)
    I find this to be an immense disservice to men, and pretty sexist to men to be honest. You're equating men with animals ? They're, for the most part, cogent, smart human beings who know better than to take advantage of another human being for their own gratification.
    I am not equating the average man to animals. I am equating criminals to animals, worst than them in fact.
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    (Original post by Sanctimonious)
    Oh and all of that is down to sexism is it? Nothing to do with men taking certain jobs - for example, loads of women put off STEM subjects at university like computing. Software engineers etc get paid on average a lot more.


    If you feel that way then move there and practice what you preach on the streets of Saudi Arabia.



    Please do not pretend as if you're some holy beacon of gender focused freedom for women around the world. Anyone can talk the talk but its a difference walking the walk. If you feel that way then go and help them.


    You were given the vote almost 100 years ago. Good grief, it didn't even affect the two generations before you so please do not use this as any sort of evidence for modern world oppression. You are not owed anything because of that and I will not accept being condemned by feminists for the actions of our ancestors.


    Maybe, but it does it through the means of oppressing and belittling of men. The Black Panther movement was the pursuit of racial equality but did it through the means of violence. The end goal doesn't necessarily always justify the journey and actions taken to get there.


    This will always be the case in the majority because its human nature and influenced by genetics. What you're wishing for is a utopian civilisation that goes completely against the natural laws of which humans are defined.


    More than 40% of domestic violence victims are males. The statistics aren't that far off from being equal in all fairness and they're just the reported cases.


    Point addressed above.



    And women themselves play up to these ideals and always will: models, pornography actresses, etc. and whilst people are getting paid and given a living this will again not change. This is again another ideal you are hoping for.


    No we really don't. Third world countries may but we don't here.


    Third world countries where real oppression of women takes place



    We do NOT want to be the victims of a small minority of women who think we are inferior to them. It works both ways. You are most indefinitely playing the victim. Also, due to human nature, as explained earlier, these men will always exist and your notion that 'a small minority give the rest a bad name' is as illogical and is not a legitimate excuse to label all men.


    It is always the fault of the person carrying out the attack although someone putting themselves in such a vulnerable state, regardless of gender, is a moron. I've seen men lying on kerbs on nights out and they could easily be mugged or beat up on the way home. This is down to individual idiocy rather than a gender focused problem. However, the blame still lies with the person carrying out the crime against them.


    There are ample reasons for why this is the case plus the notion that a wage gap will never exist is nothing more than another utopian ideal because inevitably businesses are run by people, people employ people and direct and indirect discrimination take place and both genders do it. The world is full of ********s with their own warped opinions - you are not going to change that im afraid to break it to you - get real.


    This statement is actually evidence to suggest otherwise.


    Women objectify men too all the time. /non argument.
    Doesn't invalidate my point at all. Women around the world still face sexism every day on a far greater scale than men ever will. Its not just a third world problem.
    I will not argue with someone who says feminism like its some kind of dirty word. Feminists also concern theselves with the rights of men.
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    (Original post by Cyphrex)
    Feminism as a name is redundant to symbolise Gender equality. The name implies it is about Females.
    The movement is one sided. It is set up for Females to gain the same rights as Men not the other way round.
    I think that the name ought to be changed as it's misleading tbh.

    Feminism is supposed to be a movement for gender equality, but I guess like all movements it can become distorted by radicalism. I would compare it to how the aim of the American Civil Rights Movement was racial equality, which is good, but some civil rights groups became radical and said that coloured people are superior, which totally conflicts with what the movement is. However, the original philosophy behind both the Feminist and Civil Rights movements is equality, and that is not to be forgotten.
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    (Original post by paradoxicalme)

    Sexual assault, domestic abuse and sexual harassment are still big problems that primarily, though not exclusively, affect women. There is still a wage gap. There is still a lot of sexist ideals held by the media and by society that primarily, though not exclusively, affect women.
    (Original post by KatieLL98)
    I do agree that the stereotyping of men has gone too far. I use tumblr a lot, and people on there seem to think it's okay to make fun of men, call them disgusting, pigs, rapists etc when most of the guys on there are actually decent people. Also I do agree with you that women shouldn't think it's okay to get completely hammered and be surprised if they do happen to get assaulted. They should use their common sense, just like men should. Getting completely, passed out drunk is never really a good idea no matter what your gender is. However, I don't think that feminism is pointless. There's still such a thing as the wage gap, and we've got to remember that the UK isn't the only country in the world. Just because women and men are more or less completely equal here, doesn't mean that they are in other places. In Saudi Arabia, women aren't even allowed to drive. And the feminist movements in the UK inspire oppressed women in other countries to fight for their own rights.
    A man and a woman working the same job will receive the same salary and there are laws in place to ensure that. If there weren't don't you think companies would employ women to save costs? Also there are laws to ensure women are not discriminated when it comes to being employed or promoted. There is no wage gap in any meaningful sense.

    The reason men earn more on average than women is because women on average are more likely to become midwifes and nurses whilst men are more likely to become engineers or bankers. They are also more likely to sacrifice their career in order to raise their family. Surely you're not advocating telling women what careers they should enter? And I don't think I need to go into why equalising salaries or imposing quotas would be awful ideas.

    The concept of the wage gap is a complete non-issue in the UK.
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    (Original post by sherlockfan)
    Doesn't invalidate my point at all. Women around the world still face sexism every day on a far greater scale than men ever will. Its not just a third world problem.
    1. If you're that bothered by it in third world countries then go do something about it instead of whinging online about it
    2. Both men and women face sexism so its not justification for a female focused movement
    3. The institutional inequality within the UK, which does not just effect women but other minorities, will continue to exist because people are ********s and people run businesses. If you think you'll change that then by God you're living in a world of delusion.

    I will not argue with someone who says feminism like its some kind of dirty word.
    Are you the offspring of Stalin by any chance? Won't debate with someone because they're the opposition argument. Really mature but then again I suppose ignorance is bliss. Feminism is a dirty word to me. Its a blemish on true equality groups and it has led to men becoming labelled and portrayed in many ways because of the actions of a minority.

    Feminists also concern theselves with the rights of men.
    No. They're called humanitarians, equal rights activists and regardless, even if some feminists do concern themselves with the rights of men, they first and foremost concern themselves with the rights of women and thus many of the routes taken to achieve equality are oppressive to men. Your end goal intention may very well be legitimate and fine - doesn't justify the means to get there. Shame you can't seem to comprehend that.
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    (Original post by Gnat)
    I think that the name ought to be changed as it's misleading tbh.

    Feminism is supposed to be a movement for gender equality, but I guess like all movements it can become distorted by radicalism. I would compare it to how the aim of the American Civil Rights Movement was racial equality, which is good, but some civil rights groups became radical and said that coloured people are superior, which totally conflicts with what the movement is. However, the original philosophy behind both the Feminist and Civil Rights movements is equality, and that is not to be forgotten.
    I disagree with you. It has never been for Gender equality the reason why it's name is Feminism and not Genderism or Humanism is because it was a movement catered towards that of Females.
    The movement was so that females could obtain equal rights. Why do you think it is a majorly female movement? To suggest the name be changed suggest the goals were not for that of females. Do you see Feminists campaigning for equal rights for Men? No because it is tailored for one side.

    Now the radicalism is distorting the group into something of that for Gender superiority.

    There are comparisons to that of Civil Rights but I think there was less advocation to superiority for more extremist groups than towards feminism today.They were radicalist in another sense.

    Civil Rights movement was not necessarily for Racial equality but black being equal with whites. Sure there might have been some advocation for complete racial harmony from some but the movement was tailored to blacks same as feminism was tailored to females. Both obviously cared more and were geared more for equality to there groups than others.

    Feminism is nearly useless in this country. Instead of campaigning for something useless such as Gender superiority and having obligatory token females the movement would be more useful go and campaigning in other countries such as India or perhaps focus on a female power movement advocating females to go into more male dominated carrers such as engineering.

    Perhaps the reason is more females dont want to do bloody engineering. So maybe focus on the youth to open more career pathways to them.

    What I would love to see is the feminazi men hating gender superority know it alls gtfo tumblr making useless posts about how men are pigs and go campaign where feminism is mostly needed like these thirdworld country instead of making emily dickinson turn in her grave.
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    (Original post by leonPaul123)
    Nice links to where you got the resources from...

    Well here is my counter points about 30% being woman. Well look at the genre statistics (http://www.statcrunch.com/5.0/viewre...reportid=25201)

    The majority (Action, Adventure, Crime etc...) are all very masculine genres which generally have male lead characters, so I don't see what your statistic points out. Can I complain about the ratio of male actors in lesbian porn then?

    I'm pretty sure you can't start saying 1/3 wear sexually-revealing attire, they can do what they like. If it was a male making a comment about what a female is wearing you'd be all like "she can wear what she wants", it's there choice to wear it and it's not like a lot of woman use there sexuality to get something they want, can a man do that... not really.

    The 5:1 ratio is basically useless aswell. All the jobs which i'd be involved are male dominated such as production, so how is that statsic helpful?




    Again there is no wage gap. Please read before posting.

    Well no **** if you take a year out your FUTURE pay will be reduced. Shall i stop working for 10 years and then complain I don't get the same as people who have 10 years more experience etc?

    Probably 70% are in minimum wage jobs as it offers flexible hours for when they are looking after the children, not saying a man shouldn't or could stay at home. But generally the mother does.

    Again employed below there worth as if they're working part time it is probably as they are looking after the child and have had a year or two of from work or longer. So obviously they're not as valuable to a company.

    I don't blame employers for not wanting to hire woman who are just married. Why should I have to pay for them to take around 1.5 years of for a decision all of there own. I don't pay my male employees for 1.5 years as they go globe trotting.

    Again great sources for these statistics, I think some are plunked out of the air.



    Do you have any statistics on the number of woman who put themselves up for election? As I rarely see a woman on any election posters. I'd say it is more a lack of woman running than anything else.


    Again


    If a woman is being mistaken for a tea lady she obviously inst dressing properly for her role. No one will mistake her for being a tea lady in formal wear. Could I then say it is sexist as male receptionist are confused as board members.

    As a male I prefer to have a female doctor and request one. I find a female easier to talk to and more sympathetic.

    I don't think sexual harassment is as large as you're making it out. Cause if they are; then they'd sue the [email protected] out of the company.

    They're accused of menstruating due to the way they voice it. Not the fact they are voicing it. If someone is being a knob then there called out, no matter who they are nd woman are more aggressive on there period. Is stating facts sexist?

    Plunk the last one out of your ass again? I think anyone sensible doesn't need someone else to point out how that makes no sense.



    Like i've said again. Old boys who are sexist at the top may be holding up progress. But I dodut it is a problem. If i own a company i want £££££££ and if a woman is more capable and gets me more £ then she is in. Business is ruled by £ therefore it will follew the £.

    Oh one wee youtube video got some backlash and its popular opinion. Generally male objection is ignored. Look at the TV adverts and companies are using less revealing females due to backlash. Yet no ones saying **** about the male objection such as the coke adverts with topless men with 6 paxs etc.

    I agree feminism is needed in 3rd world countries. But not here. They're may be cases were there is female discrimination. But there is also cases where they get positive discrimination, EG getting of with crimes, look at the first page of this post a news article on a girl who bottled a guy and got off with it as she is a woman, they also get custody rights usually etc. Theres tonnes of sexist things facing both gender.[/B][/B][/B][/B][/B]

    Here are some of the stats, all on one websites with sources at the bottom:
    http://ukfeminista.org.uk/take-actio...er-inequality/
    A bit of simple research would have found you pretty much a ****load of facts and statistics, proving that im not just 'talking out of my arse' like you so eloquently put it.


    My aunt works in a pretty big law firm in France, and she has quit 3 different positions due to sexual harassment at work. Now, she makes herself look ugly on purpose- no makeup, bad clothes, wears glasses though she doesnt need them etc to prevent being sexually harassed. A lot of women you talk to in business will tell you that. Have you actually asked anyone or are you just talking out of your arse?

    Just because you find it hard to believe doesnt mean it isnt true.

    And here is proof of the gender pay gap you moron:
    https://www.gov.uk/government/upload...er_Pay_Gap.pdf
    http://www.equalityhumanrights.com/s...ing_paper2.pdf
    Heres a direct quote from the document, just incase you decide you are far too superior to read it:
    Female employees working full-time in the UK in 2010 earned 84.5 per cent of the average (mean) hourly earnings of men (excluding overtime) who worked full-time. This meant that the full-time gender pay gap in hourly earnings was 15.5 per cent.


    Yes I agree in poorer countries women need more rights but that doesnt mean we arent allowed to try and make things even better here either.

    You have only provided me with one link, which quite honestly doesnt prove to me anything, again showing to me you're an idiot who thinks he knows everything just from looking at one page. Do some more simple research before arguing with me. I can provide you with tonnes more links if you're still unsure. Go **** off or something instead, as you clearly don't know what you're talking about.

    Also, here is a study done by the New York film academy on inequality for women in media (where my stats were from): http://www.nyfa.edu/film-school-blog/gender-inequality-in-film/

    So kindly go and shove your attitude up your moronic arse and go do some actual research.

    Heres some more proof for you:

    http://www.theguardian.com/business/...-stop-progress
    http://www.poverty.org.uk/56/index.shtml?2
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    (Original post by Mia1001)
    This whole post was ridiculous. A woman who gets drunk should not feel like she may be hurt or sexually assaulted. NO ONE SHOULD FEEL SCARED. A woman is ALLOWED to get drunk but she shouldn't feel that she might be hurt if she does. The same way that men might get hurt if they get drunk. Typically women are less powerful and that's the problem. Women are more likely to be victims of rape, domestic abuse etc.
    On the business side, women are often held back. It is illegal in the UK to judge someone on their sex, age, race etc. A woman cannot be paid less because of her gender, but are often prevented from receiving promotions which they arguably deserve (there have been hundreds of notable cases of gender discrimination in the UK). This problem mainly occurs in mainly male dominated sectors such as banking and finance. Women make up 55% of graduates and yet just 42% of the workforce. Don't say it's housewives, because today many women would rather have a career than children (average age for first child 30-35).
    The sexism today is not openly shown in society but does exist.

    If you say it doesn't exist, you are the problem.

    Prejudice will always exist.
    Homophobia, racism and sexism.
    And yet young women earn more than young men.

    It's a generational thing. Young women receive much less prejudice than they would have a few decades ago, but unfortunately a lot of that damage has been done and it is absolutely inevitable that there will continue to be a wage gap while a significant percentage of the workforce began their careers in a more sexist time. Nothing to do but wait.

    As you mention the growing majority of women in university, how would you go about restoring gender equality in that situation?
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    (Original post by Sanctimonious)
    1. If you're that bothered by it in third world countries then go do something about it instead of whinging online about it
    2. Both men and women face sexism so its not justification for a female focused movement
    3. The institutional inequality within the UK, which does not just effect women but other minorities, will continue to exist because people are ********s and people run businesses. If you think you'll change that then by God you're living in a world of delusion.


    Are you the offspring of Stalin by any chance? Won't debate with someone because they're the opposition argument. Really mature but then again I suppose ignorance is bliss. Feminism is a dirty word to me. Its a blemish on true equality groups and it has led to men becoming labelled and portrayed in many ways because of the actions of a minority.



    No. They're called humanitarians, equal rights activists and regardless, even if some feminists do concern themselves with the rights of men, they first and foremost concern themselves with the rights of women and thus many of the routes taken to achieve equality are oppressive to men. Your end goal intention may very well be legitimate and fine - doesn't justify the means to get there. Shame you can't seem to comprehend that.
    Where would we be if everyone was like you and thought that change was impossible? Thats right, in the dark ages.
    You're the one who is whinging.
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    So after centuries if not millennia of women not being equal to men before the law, the moment they become equal before the law they're equal in everything? There was no knock-on social effect of all those years of legal subjugation?
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    (Original post by Sanctimonious)
    No. They're called humanitarians, equal rights activists and regardless, even if some feminists do concern themselves with the rights of men, they first and foremost concern themselves with the rights of women and thus many of the routes taken to achieve equality are oppressive to men. Your end goal intention may very well be legitimate and fine - doesn't justify the means to get there. Shame you can't seem to comprehend that.
    Because that is what feminism is you dingbat. That is one crap argument as well. It in no way has to lead to that. Unless you believe taking away any kind of privilege men once had over women was a bad thing. Was giving women the vote bad in that it diminished the democratic power of men?
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    (Original post by Sanctimonious)
    Only three of those countries are doing well and none of those women have truly feminine traits. They get to the top because they act in a masculine manner. Merkel is more of a man than Cameron.

    By that argument, the majority of the countries with men as leaders aren't doing so great either. The UK is currently in a ****-load of debt and its not exactly Cameron's fault. Look at Putin and what he is doing to Russia. Many people would argue (especially in America) that Obama is a rubbish leader too. Loads of male leaders suck, as do lots of female leaders. Its not a purely feminine thing. There are also good female leaders and good male leaders.
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    (Original post by sherlockfan)
    Where would we be if everyone was like you and thought that change was impossible? Thats right, in the dark ages.
    There's change that is possible and there's change that is not. It's called reality. I am telling you that people themselves and their attitudes do not change en mass in the way you utopian dreamers would like. There will always be racists, there will always be sexists because there will always be bad people. Therefore, as a response to those things always existing, by your notion, there will always be feminists fighting that back. What you're actually stating is that you're willing to fight a battle with no means to an end within society.

    The feminist cause is one that will go on forever just like those who practice and fight for religious causes because it is incompatible with natural occurrences within society. Forgive me for not wanting to put up listening to an eternity of whinging women going on about how they're so oppressed. They really need to get over themselves. Terrible things happen to all people - men get stereotyped too so its not just you, get over it.

    You're the one who is whinging.
    I get on fine with both genders and believe in equal rights. I am not the one calling men this, that and the other because I have some chip on my shoulder. My whinging is merely a reaction to the feminists whinging. Pardon me for not wanting to listen to your emotional drivel of how you're so oppressed in a first world country and how you're owed something. Get over yourself.
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    (Original post by Birkenhead)
    Do you have a source for the wage gap point?

    I do- http://www.equalityhumanrights.com/sites/default/files/documents/research/gender_pay_gap_briefing_paper2.p df
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    (Original post by Sanctimothis s)
    There's change that is possible and there's change that is not. It's called reality. I am telling you that people themselves and their attitudes do not change en mass in the way you utopian dreamers would like. There will always be racists, there will always be sexists because there will always be bad people. Therefore, as a response to those things always existing, by your notion, there will always be feminists fighting that back. What you're actually stating is that you're willing to fight a battle with no means to an end within society.

    The feminist cause is one that will go on forever just like those who practice and fight for religious causes because it is incompatible with natural occurrences within society. Forgive me for not wanting to put up listening to an eternity of whinging women going on about how they're so oppressed. They really need to get over themselves. Terrible things happen to all people - men get stereotyped too so its not just you, get over it.



    I get on fine with both genders and believe in equal rights. I am not the one calling men this, that and the other because I have some chip on my shoulder. My whinging is merely a reaction to the feminists whinging. Pardon me for not wanting to listen to your emotional drivel of how you're so oppressed in a first world country and how you're owed something. Get over yourself.
    People used to think that slavery was OK and that blacks were an inferior race, but that mindset changed, because of a handful of stubborn people who held to their beliefs. Point is null.
    Exactly. There will always be feminists, so get over yourself.
    Im not arguing with you because no matter what you or I say, I will continue to be a feminist supporting the rights of men and women alike and you will continue to be a bigot.
    Offspring of Stalin? You are ridiculous.
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    You're stupid. There is a difference between average earnings and a gender gap.
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    (Original post by Cyphrex)
    I disagree with you. It has never been for Gender equality the reason why it's name is Feminism and not Genderism or Humanism is because it was a movement catered towards that of Females.
    The movement was so that females could obtain equal rights. Why do you think it is a majorly female movement? To suggest the name be changed suggest the goals were not for that of females. Do you see Feminists campaigning for equal rights for Men? No because it is tailored for one side.
    Well tbh I'm no expert on the Feminist movement. To me Feminism means gender equality, and so that's why I think the name should be changed (maybe to Genderism, as you said). It probably started off catering to females as back then no women had even basic rights like the vote, but I think now it should cater to both males and females. Both genders are stereotyped and experience sexism, and so Feminists/Genderists ought to campaign for equal rights for both genders I think.

    (Original post by Cyphrex)
    Now the radicalism is distorting the group into something of that for Gender superiority.

    There are comparisons to that of Civil Rights but I think there was less advocation to superiority for more extremist groups than towards feminism today.They were radicalist in another sense.
    Seems so, unfortunately.

    Maybe. Extremism really isn't good for any movement though.

    (Original post by Cyphrex)
    Civil Rights movement was not necessarily for Racial equality but black being equal with whites. Sure there might have been some advocation for complete racial harmony from some but the movement was tailored to blacks same as feminism was tailored to females. Both obviously cared more and were geared more for equality to there groups than others.

    Feminism is nearly useless in this country. Instead of campaigning for something useless such as Gender superiority and having obligatory token females the movement would be more useful go and campaigning in other countries such as India or perhaps focus on a female power movement advocating females to go into more male dominated carrers such as engineering.

    Perhaps the reason is more females dont want to do bloody engineering. So maybe focus on the youth to open more career pathways to them.

    What I would love to see is the feminazi men hating gender superority know it alls gtfo tumblr making useless posts about how men are pigs and go campaign where feminism is mostly needed like these thirdworld country instead of making emily dickinson turn in her grave.
    I agree with most of the points here, but I think feminists do campaign in India and encourage more women to enter male-dominated careers. And if some of them campaign for gender superiority, well that's just wrong obviously.

    Of course Feminism is most needed in 3rd world countries, but that isn't to say there isn't gender stereotyping and inequality in the UK too.

    As for the whole tumblr thing, I've never really been on tumblr, but I don't think anybody likes hateful people. Men aren't pigs. Some of them are, just like some women are pigs. Things like compassion, selflessness and loyalty have no gender - they're beautiful HUMAN qualities.
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    Because that is what feminism is you dingbat. That is one crap argument as well. It in no way has to lead to that.
    Not really. Feminism claims to aim for equality. It does that through oppression and oppressive action. To state that is not the case is wrong. The Black Panther Movement claimed to be fighting for equality. It was but it was fighting for it using violence. Israel is fighting for a secular Israeli state. It is doing that through violence and that is fundamentally wrong.

    Sorry, whilst the end goal may be fine the actions to get there speak a thousand words as well. Feminism is not doing it the right way.

    Unless you believe taking away any kind of privilege men once had over women was a bad thing. Was giving women the vote bad in that it diminished the democratic power of men?
    Using an extreme example to try and destroy an argument is not going to work. The simple fact is;

    1) Fathers now are at a loss when it comes to custody of children leading to Fathers 4 Justice campaigners - this is a reaction to the oppression of men through the courts - courts who wish to appease the feminists out there and don't want to offend women
    2) When men get hit, its fine. When women get hit, its borderline murder and should be condemned. Society has now gone from one extreme to the other
    3) Men are portrayed as angry, cold, uncontrollable sex addicts who believe they're owed a woman because of feminism - normal men are falling victim to this idiotic way of thinking because of the stereotypical nonsense put forward by feminists.

    I could go on and on about how feminism has influenced politics and business and institutionalism. Its rife. One day you'll enter the real world and when you are not allowed to progress because you do not meet quotas whilst your peers are promoted for nothing more than their gender or the fact they're a minority, you'll be pissed and you'll feel oppressed.

    Did Martin Luther King fight for equal and civil rights by oppressing white people? No. He worked with them and that's why it was called THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT AND NOT THE BLACK RIGHTS MOVEMENT. Its really, really not hard to comprehend.

    Your utopian belief system is exactly that.
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    (Original post by Cyphrex)
    You're stupid. There is a difference between average earnings and a gender gap.
    Read the actual document before calling me stupid, you moron

    Heres another one:
    http://www.equalpayportal.co.uk/statistics/

    Oh and of course: https://www.gov.uk/government/upload...er_Pay_Gap.pdf
 
 
 
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