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    ^ doesn't have two warning points :hmmmm:
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    (Original post by ranbow99)
    I have 2 warning points, what you trying to say? :hmmm:
    No you do not. You need to go to Specsaver's woman. :pierre:
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    (Original post by The Epicurean)
    ^Ranbow has 2 warning points :beard:



    You are calling for gender equality on a societal issue. You are arguing that colour should not be gender assigned and therefore calling for equality of genders when it comes to colours.

    What are your views on "boys toys" and "girls toys"? Do you think that there should still exist some sort of demarcation as to which toys are for boys and which are for girls? Or are you opposed to such dichotomisation?
    Right, I grew up playing with dolls and toys, I used to play with more girls than boys. :pierre: My social equality stance is not only for colours but for everything. That's not because Ithink women are discriminated agaisnt, it's because I think society needs to grow up about these kind of things and stop with the genderisation of certain things. I advocate equality for all genders, not equality for women. After males and females are subjected to discrimination. :pierre: I'm not a feminist, I'm a liberal realist. :pierre:
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    (Original post by ipoop)
    No you do not. You need to go to Specsaver's woman. :pierre:
    They must have expired literally in the past hour, there were there earlier today :lol:
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    (Original post by ranbow99)
    They must have expired literally in the past hour, there were there earlier today :lol:
    I'm sure.
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    (Original post by ipoop)
    I'm sure.
    They actually were :grumble: I got 2 warning points because my previous sig was too big :emo:
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    (Original post by ranbow99)
    They actually were :grumble: I got 2 warning points because my previous sig was too big :emo:
    Mine's pretty big but it's in a spoiler, is there a limit on how big it can be even in a spoiler?
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    I'm never changing mine, no way no how.
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    (Original post by RainbowWithAnI)
    Mine's pretty big but it's in a spoiler, is there a limit on how big it can be even in a spoiler?
    "Please make sure it is no more than 500px high, and 700px wide."
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    ^taught me a couple new things today
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    (Original post by RainbowWithAnI)
    16 pos rep on one post, never had so much on one post in all my life :daydreaming::woo:

    edit: 18 :eek: what's going on?
    What post is zis?


    (Original post by ipoop)
    A male can never be a feminist, you are either a blieral douche that thinks women are the same as men :rolleyes:or you are a white knight, an even bigger douche. :pierre:
    :lolwut:

    Whoah, you've completely misunderstood what feminist means. Some of the most important feminists in history are male.



    Apparently, I have warning points. When did this happen :sad:
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    (Original post by Hal.E.Lujah)
    What post is zis?




    :lolwut:

    Whoah, you've completely misunderstood what feminist means. Some of the most important feminists in history are male.



    Apparently, I have warning points. When did this happen :sad:

    There are actually some radical feminists who believe men cannot be feminists at all. Also, with the existence of such movements within the feminist movement such as Political Lesbianism (I know it is somewhat outdated and belongs to the second wave of feminism), one could be inclined to thinking that feminism promotes misandry :yep:
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    (Original post by The Epicurean)
    There are actually some radical feminists who believe men cannot be feminists at all. Also, with the existence of such movements within the feminist movement such as Political Lesbianism (I know it is somewhat outdated and belongs to the second wave of feminism), one could be inclined to thinking that feminism promotes misandry :yep:

    Splinters of the term don't change the term, they're just people who in my opinion deserve to be lined up and... well. Let's just say they're worse than the people they argue against.
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    (Original post by Hal.E.Lujah)
    What post is zis?




    :lolwut:

    Whoah, you've completely misunderstood what feminist means. Some of the most important feminists in history are male.



    Apparently, I have warning points. When did this happen :sad:
    /Sacacasm.
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    (Original post by Hal.E.Lujah)
    Splinters of the term don't change the term, they're just people who in my opinion deserve to be lined up and... well. Let's just say they're worse than the people they argue against.
    But they don't help the case.

    Plus I personally have a problem with the word feminism itself as it is just as gender based as many of the terms it criticises such as policeman, fireman, history etc... Why not use a more inclusive term like anti-sexism or gender rights activism or some term similar to that? :beard:
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    (Original post by ipoop)
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    I haz another question for you, poopy. :yes:

    Do you think in your head in English or in French? :pierre:
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    (Original post by The Epicurean)
    But they don't help the case.

    Plus I personally have a problem with the word feminism itself as it is just as gender based as many of the terms it criticises such as policeman, fireman, history etc... Why not use a more inclusive term like anti-sexism or gender rights activism or some term similar to that? :beard:
    Well, when feminism came about, discrimination against men was unheard of, so anti-sexism or whatever instead of feminist (something related to females) would not have made sense imo. I do agree though that most of these terms should now be defunct. Policeperson, fireperson(?)
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    (Original post by boumavilla)
    I haz another question for you, poopy. :yes:

    Do you think in your head in English or in French? :pierre:
    English, most of the time. 9/10 times, even when I'm thinking of France. :emo: Most of my dreams are in English as well. You kind of are reminding me of that poem from The Poetry Anthology about the mother tongue. :moon:
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    (Original post by ipoop)
    English, most of the time. 9/10 times, even when I'm thinking of France. :emo: Most of my dreams are in English as well. You kind of are reminding me of that poem from The Poetry Anthology about the mother tongue. :moon:
    Omg, wow, that's so interesting :teeth:

    So did it like, slowly turn into English over the years?

    When I was doing my GCSE languages, I began to think in French and Spanish occasionally, but not so often now. I miss it so... :emo:
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    (Original post by boumavilla)
    Omg, wow, that's so interesting :teeth:

    So did it like, slowly turn into English over the years?

    When I was doing my GCSE languages, I began to think in French and Spanish occasionally, but not so often now. I miss it so... :emo:
    TBH I can't remember how or when it happened, but it did. :dontknow: English is pretty much my first language now. :sigh:
 
 
 
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