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    hate islam and cite its attitudes towards women to justify your position, but you also hate feminism in all its forms...

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    Well that's contradictory lol.

    Although I am not sure if you are making a general point or an indirect...
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    nice tweet
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    (Original post by Atlas Thugged)
    me idol <3
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    (Original post by RobML)
    me idol <3
    The eyes, the smirk. He has that sassy-cocky look, he knows he's ****ing **** up and getting money for doing it. Country club tie just tops it off.
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    Can someone or OP explain what this actually means?
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    a v petty indirect

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    Can someone or OP explain what this actually means?
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    (Original post by upperechelon)
    a v petty indirect
    It's not about you in case you're wondering. I don't even know what you think about Islam.
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    (Original post by RobML)
    It's not about you in case you're wondering. I don't even know what you think about Islam.
    nonetheless it's still petty you should @ them
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    (Original post by upperechelon)
    nonetheless it's still petty you should @ them
    It's no one in particular. Just a vibe I've gotten from people across the internet
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    (Original post by h333)
    Can someone or OP explain what this actually means?
    He's creating false dichotomy where he claims those who criticise Islam for its treatment of women must necessarily be feminists and that those who are critical but reject feminism are hypocrites. I for one believe that Islam and women's rights are perfectly compatible after all, it was narrated that paradise lies under the feet of your mother.


    Or maybe it's just an inside joke.
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    oooh i see :cute:
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    (Original post by Atlas Thugged)
    He's creating false dichotomy where he claims those who criticise Islam for its treatment of women must necessarily be feminists and that those who are critical but reject feminism are hypocrites. I for one believe that Islam and women's rights are perfectly compatible after all, it was narrated that paradise lies under the feet of your mother.


    Or maybe it's just an inside joke.
    Not that they necessarily be feminists, but I find it intellectually inconsistent for them to be strongly anti-femininist
    Nor am I denying that Islam and women's rights are compatible.
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    Were you drunk when drawing that star?
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    I don't know anyone who would claim to hate feminism in "all its forms".
    Modern intersectional feminism is no friend to women. It protects and downplays ultra conservative and misogynistic Islamic ideologies simply because Muslims are also a minority group in the West, who supposedly also face some mystical systemic oppression. This is one area where the horseshoe theory comes into play; you go so "tolerant" that you become tolerant of intolerance, or even supportive of it.
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    I don't like milo that much. sure he makes valid points but hes also pretty hypocritical. says people should just accept criticism but he seems to be the very type of person who can't accept criticism himself.
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    Islam is just a set of ideas.A set of ideas that happens to be anti-semetic,homophobic and women hating and delusional.A true feminist would criticise Islam not defend it.
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    (Original post by RobML)
    Not that they necessarily be feminists, but I find it intellectually inconsistent for them to be strongly anti-femininist
    Nor am I denying that Islam and women's rights are compatible.
    most people who are anti feminism are not anti equal rights they are anti stupidity, something that 3rd wave feminism has latched onto citing false statistics like 1 in 3 women raped in uni or the wage gap, and the anti men sentiment behind feminism.
 
 
 
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