Because men know how to 'man up' and 'take it like a man'
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Why is sexism against men overlooked? watch
- 20-04-2012 23:41
- 21-04-2012 05:22
- 21-04-2012 05:56
Another form of sexism is in how society thinks of men...
As in they're not supposed to give a ****... They're 'ard... They're masculine
Suppose a guy gets raped... Is he going to be up for getting the ******* arrested as much as a woman? (though both would likely feel ashamed)
This is why there's a lot of male cases that are not reported...
Look at having testicular cancer, doubt many guys would rather see a doctor even though being a bit embarrassed could potentially save his balls
Before I get chewed out by tsr, I'm good with feminism, but only when it's done properly (I.e when you DON'T talk about equality only when it's convenient)
(Original post by Annora)
- 21-04-2012 22:07
If you feel discriminated against in some fashion, why don't you stand up and say something about it rather than complain about feminism?
Title is harmlessly provocative. Real talk though.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jn2DCkZRP4Last edited by Regent; 21-04-2012 at 22:09.
(Original post by madders94)
- 22-04-2012 13:59
I think as well as men being considered stronger, more able to take banter and also more likely to give banter back, there's also the fact that for a long time, women were, for want of a better word, opressed by men, both at home and in general. At home, they couldn't go out to work or do what they wanted to, they were expected to clean, cook and raise children. In general, there was a long time when women couldn't vote, and even then there were much stronger regulations on how old they had to be to vote - these rules were imposed by men.Last edited by sarahthegemini; 22-04-2012 at 14:00.
- 22-04-2012 17:04