A List of Failures Feminism is Responsible For

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The welfare system hotly promoted and buttressed both by the feminists and the politically correct supports single motherhood. And the same is true for the laws concerning child-support payments and alimony.

These not only make fathers and husbands redundant, they also encourage their very own women and children to see them in exactly this way.

Men are, therefore, easily rejected, and they are often also treated with contempt.

They are, after all, redundant.

And another word for 'redundant' is, of course, 'worthless'.

Family and marital breakdown are the major cause of misbehaviour and poor socialisation in males. Indeed, those who are brought up without their fathers at home are far more likely ...

... to live in poverty and deprivation
... to be trouble in school
... to have more trouble getting along with others
... to have health problems
... to suffer physical, emotional, or sexual abuse
... to run away from home
... to experience problems with sexual health
... to become teenage parents
... to offend against the law
... to smoke, drink alcohol and take drugs
... to play truant from school
... to be excluded from school
... to leave school at 16
... to have poor adjustments to adulthood problems
... to attain little in the way of qualifications
... to experience unemployment
... to have low incomes
... to be on welfare
... to experience homelessness
... to go to jail
... to suffer from long term emotional and psychological problems
... to engage only in casual relationships
... to have children outside marriage or outside any partnership
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I think the failure of feminism is its existence in the 21st century in the western world
if anything it's caused more inequality this side of the last century than equality, quantitatively at least
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I'm sorry, I'm not trying to insult you or anything but If I'm honest, it just seems as though you perhaps have a very skewed and exaggerated take on feminism, their believes and actions? I agree there are some extremists and some of a more right on and ruthless nature but surely your list is a little on the extreme side... unless you're playing devil's advocate of course!
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(Original post by I*HM)
I'm sorry, I'm not trying to insult you or anything but If I'm honest, it just seems as though you perhaps have a very skewed and exaggerated take on feminism, their believes and actions? I agree there are some extremists and some of a more right on and ruthless nature but surely your list is a little on the extreme side... unless you're playing devil's advocate of course!
Feminist itself is very skewed and the issues it professes to tackle are very exaggerated. I would advise you not to get things the wrong way around when you're making evaluations on hard, solid facts.

The nature of your post seems to be something of an ad-hominem. Whilst it may not be as whiny as the first reply, it is still displaying a refusal to engage with the facts and the very, very solid arguments I contributed in the OP.
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Feminist itself is very skewed and the issues it professes to tackle are very exaggerated. I would advise you not to get things the wrong way around when you're making evaluations on hard, solid facts.

The nature of your post seems to be something of an ad-hominem. Whilst it may not be as whiny as the first reply, it is still displaying a refusal to engage with the facts and the very, very solid arguments I contributed in the OP.
I don't mean to seen whiny and if I do, I apologize, as I do for my lack of articulation but yeah, I can appreciate that these arguments are skewed at both ends of the scales and there are *some* scary feminazis that seem to use feminism as a war against men, I am just baffled as to how the list you provided in the OP could be deemed as hard facts solely against feminism (surely feminism is not the defining factor as there seems to be little to no coloration between feminism and what you have listed?). Surely for many, the same could be said for those growing up without a mother?
The aims of feminism isn't to abolish men or deem them useless (though I know there are a few scary individuals who maintain that, but realistically they have their own agendas and it is just unfortunate that they choose to misuse feminism as part of it). The dictionary definition of it is "the advocacy of women's rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes.". In no place is the likes of the abolition of men and their roles mentioned and it isn't synonymous with sexism towards men either.

I'm not trying to make this personal or anything, I just find the views of others fascinating and such a post as the OP is just begging to be challenged
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And yet you're sexually attracted to dominant women...
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And yet you're sexually attracted to dominant women...
How are reliance on welfare, child support payments and alimony examples of dominance? :rolleyes:
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How are reliance on welfare, child support payments and alimony examples of dominance? :rolleyes:
I ignored that as it's not what feminism is about
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The welfare system hotly promoted and buttressed both by the feminists and the politically correct supports single motherhood. And the same is true for the laws concerning child-support payments and alimony.

These not only make fathers and husbands redundant, they also encourage their very own women and children to see them in exactly this way.

Men are, therefore, easily rejected, and they are often also treated with contempt.

They are, after all, redundant.

And another word for 'redundant' is, of course, 'worthless'.

Family and marital breakdown are the major cause of misbehaviour and poor socialisation in males. Indeed, those who are brought up without their fathers at home are far more likely ...

... to live in poverty and deprivation
... to be trouble in school
... to have more trouble getting along with others
... to have health problems
... to suffer physical, emotional, or sexual abuse
... to run away from home
... to experience problems with sexual health
... to become teenage parents
... to offend against the law
... to smoke, drink alcohol and take drugs
... to play truant from school
... to be excluded from school
... to leave school at 16
... to have poor adjustments to adulthood problems
... to attain little in the way of qualifications
... to experience unemployment
... to have low incomes
... to be on welfare
... to experience homelessness
... to go to jail
... to suffer from long term emotional and psychological problems
... to engage only in casual relationships
... to have children outside marriage or outside any partnership


Agreed also over the last 30 years boys education has be sidelined.
The school system is geared to the way girls learn best at the expense of the boys.

Therefore now universities are made of only 40% male, nothing is done about it, they still trying to push more women into universities in the sciences and engineering but I don't see them pushing boys into study English or History of arts or other subjects where they are the minority.

If this was the other way around and only 40% of universities were women, they would be a big outcry.


The causal sexism against boys and men is ignored.
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I ignored that as it's not what feminism is about
Ok bro. :lol:
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Ok bro. :lol:
Just gonna keep posting misogynistic bull**** I see
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Just gonna keep posting misogynistic bull**** I see
Sweet shop.
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The welfare system hotly promoted and buttressed both by the feminists and the politically correct supports single motherhood. And the same is true for the laws concerning child-support payments and alimony.

These not only make fathers and husbands redundant, they also encourage their very own women and children to see them in exactly this way.

Men are, therefore, easily rejected, and they are often also treated with contempt.

They are, after all, redundant.

And another word for 'redundant' is, of course, 'worthless'.

Family and marital breakdown are the major cause of misbehaviour and poor socialisation in males. Indeed, those who are brought up without their fathers at home are far more likely ...

... to live in poverty and deprivation
... to be trouble in school
... to have more trouble getting along with others
... to have health problems
... to suffer physical, emotional, or sexual abuse
... to run away from home
... to experience problems with sexual health
... to become teenage parents
... to offend against the law
... to smoke, drink alcohol and take drugs
... to play truant from school
... to be excluded from school
... to leave school at 16
... to have poor adjustments to adulthood problems
... to attain little in the way of qualifications
... to experience unemployment
... to have low incomes
... to be on welfare
... to experience homelessness
... to go to jail
... to suffer from long term emotional and psychological problems
... to engage only in casual relationships
... to have children outside marriage or outside any partnership
Can't get laid I expect.
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Can't get laid I expect.
Wow. :facepalm2:
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Can't get laid I expect.
He can't, he sent me certain...PMs about how he loves dominant women. awkward :teehee:
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Just gonna keep posting misogynistic bull**** I see

Pot calling the kettle black! I seen your constant misandry posts!
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The welfare system hotly promoted and buttressed both by the feminists and the politically correct supports single motherhood. And the same is true for the laws concerning child-support payments and alimony.

These not only make fathers and husbands redundant, they also encourage their very own women and children to see them in exactly this way.

Men are, therefore, easily rejected, and they are often also treated with contempt.

They are, after all, redundant.

And another word for 'redundant' is, of course, 'worthless'.

Family and marital breakdown are the major cause of misbehaviour and poor socialisation in males. Indeed, those who are brought up without their fathers at home are far more likely ...

... to live in poverty and deprivation
... to be trouble in school
... to have more trouble getting along with others
... to have health problems
... to suffer physical, emotional, or sexual abuse
... to run away from home
... to experience problems with sexual health
... to become teenage parents
... to offend against the law
... to smoke, drink alcohol and take drugs
... to play truant from school
... to be excluded from school
... to leave school at 16
... to have poor adjustments to adulthood problems
... to attain little in the way of qualifications
... to experience unemployment
... to have low incomes
... to be on welfare
... to experience homelessness
... to go to jail
... to suffer from long term emotional and psychological problems
... to engage only in casual relationships
... to have children outside marriage or outside any partnership
This is stupid

Obviously the reason families break up is not the same for each family, but what if these problems stem from being raised by parents in a toxic relationship prior to the break up, or the social stresses which caused the break up (even if indirectly) are what leads to these problems, as opposed to it being an absent father.
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Can't get laid I expect.
You can talk, you seem the kind of guy who licks women ass to try impress to get laid.
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You can talk, you seem the kind of guy who licks women ass to try impress to get laid.
I wish my life was so colourful, still I don't need to blame others for my own failings.
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Pot calling the kettle black! I seen your constant misandry posts!
Where have I been misandrist? Please point it out, as to my knowledge I never have
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