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http://www.nzherald.co.nz/entertainm...ectid=10481903

Old news, but how can you talk about your own daughter like this?!?



Angelina said: "She looks like Brad. It's funny because she's almost going to be the outcast in the family because she's blonde and blue-eyed."

The 32-year-old actress also revealed she feels "more" of a connection to her adopted children Maddox, six, Pax, three, and two-year-old Zahara, than she does to "privileged" 18-month-old Shiloh.

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Earlier this year, Angelina revealed she felt nothing when she gave birth to Shiloh and described her newborn daughter as a "blob".
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(Original post by Dodgypirate)
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/entertainm...ectid=10481903

Old news, but how can you talk about your own daughter like this?!?



Angelina said: "She looks like Brad. It's funny because she's almost going to be the outcast in the family because she's blonde and blue-eyed."

The 32-year-old actress also revealed she feels "more" of a connection to her adopted children Maddox, six, Pax, three, and two-year-old Zahara, than she does to "privileged" 18-month-old Shiloh.

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Earlier this year, Angelina revealed she felt nothing when she gave birth to Shiloh and described her newborn daughter as a "blob".
I know someone who, I think, sometimes used to feel like he wasn't loved. It's a horrible way to grow up feeling like that. It's very horrible. All I care about is whether her words match her actions - I don't want that kid to suffer in such a way so I want her words to not match her actions. This narrow-minded woman, damn her, educate her, and continue to spread love to her, as contrary as that may seem - so that she can give that same warmth back to her daughter.
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Feminist ideology has this impact on its followers. it turns them crazy. It makes their life with men, non-feminist women (that is the majority of the female population) and their own children impossible. It is an ideology that teaches its followers to hate everything and everyone around them.
I wouldn't say the majority of the female population would identify as being non-feminist, when feminism in it's purest form is simply about equal rights?
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I'm not sure what feminism has to do with a rich white couples having a fetish for African children...?
She's a huge feminist and so raises her children according to her feminist beliefs which impact the way she views her own children....I've included a passage from a feminist theory book above showing another example of a 'mother' and the way she views her 'son' as a result of feminism.

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I wouldn't say the majority of the female population would identify as being non-feminist, when feminism in it's purest form is simply about equal rights?
Everyone has their own definition for equality. The majority of the female and male population do not agree with the feminist interpretations of it. Let me elaborate, to a nationalist socialist, equality, fair and equitable treatment is giving favourable treatment to one's own race and nationality over those of others. That is not agreeable with my interpretation of equality. If I disagree with nationalist socialists, I'm not anti-equality. I am simply anti-nationalist socialist. The same logic applies to feminism. People disagreeing with feminism does not mean that they disagree with equality but simply the feminist interpretations of it.
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...really?
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Only 7% of the population consider themselves feminists. 8% of people aged 18-34 expressed this view compared to 2% of over 55s.

Younger women were more likely to call themselves feminist, with 19 per cent aged 18-24 using the word, but they were also most likely to oppose feminism.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/lif...ves-feminists/
Yeah I googled and saw this too, but I don't think the word feminist really has the same meaning it used to, hence why a lot of people that took that survey probably didn't want to label themselves with the word.
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(Original post by Dodgypirate)
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/entertainm...ectid=10481903

Old news, but how can you talk about your own daughter like this?!?



Angelina said: "She looks like Brad. It's funny because she's almost going to be the outcast in the family because she's blonde and blue-eyed."

The 32-year-old actress also revealed she feels "more" of a connection to her adopted children Maddox, six, Pax, three, and two-year-old Zahara, than she does to "privileged" 18-month-old Shiloh.

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Earlier this year, Angelina revealed she felt nothing when she gave birth to Shiloh and described her newborn daughter as a "blob".

A ten year old story from Bang Showbiz?

In context she is talking about the fact that he rest arent blond and blue eyed, which makes her the rarity. She uses the word funny and outcast because its a light-hearted joke.


"I think I feel so much more for Madd and Zee because they're survivors, they came through so much," Jolie says in the new issue of U.K. Elle.

"Shiloh seemed so privileged from the moment she was born. I have less inclination to feel for her...I met my other kids when they were 6 months old, they came with a personality. A newborn really is this...Yes, a blob! But now she's starting to have a personality...I'm conscious that I have to make sure I don't ignore her needs, just because I think the others are more vulnerable."

So the fact she felt more at the time for the other two was due to the fact hey already had a history which was one of surviving and struggle. That was ten years go.
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Yeah I googled and saw this too, but I don't think the word feminist really has the same meaning it used to, hence why a lot of people that took that survey probably didn't want to label themselves with the word.
Dsicobish, feminism has not changed since its inception. Generally speaking it has always been the same. Sadly, the majority of people who fall for this ideology, fall for its exoteric doctrine without knowing anything about its esoteric discourse. People have only recently started to talk freely about feminist's esoteric theory, thanks in large part to the internet. This has exposed the real feminism to the world which has lead people to say what you said in your comment, that feminism has changed. It hasn't. It's always been like this. Its just been exposed. I am sure that the majority of feminists would themselves turn away from feminism if they educated themselves in this ideology's theory.

I'm going to quote you Mccain's Law of feminism (Robert Mccain's an America thinker/author) which sums up feminism's theory perfectly in three kinds:

"1. Feminism that is wrong;
2. Feminism that is crazy; and
3. Feminism that is both wrong and crazy."
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Dsicobish, feminism has not changed since its inception.
Apologies, I didn't phrase correctly. I should have said *I don't think the word feminist is perceived in the way it should be - for someone believing in women's rights and gender equality.

The word feminist has become synonymous with being 'crazy' and 'man-hating' and now encourages women to cower away from labeling themselves with it. But it's not the first time a label has collected negative connotations because those with extremist views tar the basic principle of a belief.

I'm going to quote you Mccain's Law of feminism (Robert Mccain's an America thinker/author) which sums up feminism's theory perfectly in three kinds:

"1. Feminism that is wrong;
2. Feminism that is crazy; and
3. Feminism that is both wrong and crazy."
Mccain & I have something in common then - we're both 'thinkers'. And I disagree with his 'theory'.
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Apologies, I didn't phrase correctly. I should have said *I don't think the word feminist is perceived in the way it should be - for someone believing in women's rights and gender equality.

The word feminist has become synonymous with being 'crazy' and 'man-hating' and now encourages women to cower away from labeling themselves with it. But it's not the first time a label has collected negative connotations because those with extremist views tar the basic principle of a belief.



Mccain & I have something in common then - we're both 'thinkers'. And I disagree with his 'theory'.

It never fails to amaze me that some people feel so threatened by women striving to be equal. I do think some anti-feminists have maybe listened to one too many Milo Yiannopoulos speeches or spend their evenings watching “feminist fail” compilations, stewing about how much they hate feminists. I would suggest that these people should try moving out of this echo chamber and at least try to understand the other sides point. It honestly makes me sad that some people have no empathy towards the struggles of others. There is no doubt that historically, women have been marginalised, and arguably, are still feeling the effects of this today. I believe in equality. I think there are social issues for both men and women that need attention. I also agree that modern feminism needs to be remodeled, but I also find some the view on this site regarding feminism and women’s rights, quite frankly, depressing. Trying to mock or shame young women out of identifying as a feminist because they once saw a youtube video of an extreme feminist yelling at a man, is just pathetic.

Sociologist Shanti Croom once said “We live in a hegemonic society and to try to change that means going against a male dominant hierarchy. When change happens, those who are being challenged will try to make the challenger look bad.” I think some of the posts by some users are clear indicators of this.
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(Original post by discobish)
Apologies, I didn't phrase correctly. I should have said *I don't think the word feminist is perceived in the way it should be - for someone believing in women's rights and gender equality.

The word feminist has become synonymous with being 'crazy' and 'man-hating' and now encourages women to cower away from labeling themselves with it. But it's not the first time a label has collected negative connotations because those with extremist views tar the basic principle of a belief.
Feminism is judged based on its theory. Its theory, its basic principles are crazy, hence why people believe that it is crazy and if you knew anything about feminist theory besides its glittering exoteric generalities; 'equality', 'choice' etc. you would think it was crazy too.

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Mccain & I have something in common then - we're both 'thinkers'. And I disagree with his 'theory'.
Cute.

Thinkers are theorists, philosophers, savant's, scholars etc. Thinkers, use their expertise, to asses the theory on which a law is based before deciding whether they would agree or disagree with it. You chose to disagree with him, without assessing his data, his argument. You chose to disagree with him simply because his conclusion does not agree with your belief. You are not a thinker. You are a blind follower.
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Dsicobish, feminism has not changed since its inception. Generally speaking it has always been the same. Sadly, the majority of people who fall for this ideology, fall for its exoteric doctrine without knowing anything about its esoteric discourse. People have only recently started to talk freely about feminist's esoteric theory, thanks in large part to the internet. This has exposed the real feminism to the world which has lead people to say what you said in your comment, that feminism has changed. It hasn't. It's always been like this. Its just been exposed. I am sure that the majority of feminists would themselves turn away from feminism if they educated themselves in this ideology's theory.

I'm going to quote you Mccain's Law of feminism (Robert Mccain's an America thinker/author) which sums up feminism's theory perfectly in three kinds:

"1. Feminism that is wrong;
2. Feminism that is crazy; and
3. Feminism that is both wrong and crazy."
He's an alt-right fascist. e may live in the states, but he's NOT--by his views alone--a US citizen.
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He's an alt-right fascist. e may live in the states, but he's NOT--by his views alone--a US citizen.
Don't bump old threads.
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