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    (Original post by sazriah)
    sweetie, you got triggered because you didn't like the fact it's called feminism. does the word really hurt your feelings that bad?
    awwww, you're trying to be patronizing, what a nice albeit futile attempt, shame you can't do sarcasm, anyway you haven't explained, if feminism is about EQUALITY why is it named after one gender?????
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    Feminism is part of the hegemonic move towards socialism, for which as a human, I will benefit.
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    (Original post by SK_Student)
    And yet everything is blamed on men, right?
    "Patriarchy!!!"
    NOT EVERYTHING is blamed on men
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    This is exactly what's I have been saying about feminism. It's not about equality but rather priviledges and advancements for women specifically, you have got to be an absolute idiot to not see this or deliberately lying about it being about equality.

    Feminism is a vile movement but more and more people are now finally seeing it for what it really is which is why so many feminists are nervous now.
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    (Original post by TheDuo)
    awwww, you're trying to be patronizing, what a nice albeit futile attempt, shame you can't do sarcasm, anyway you haven't explained, if feminism is about EQUALITY why is it named after one gender?????
    imagine caring that much about what its called rather than the issues they address.
    i pity you, shedding tears over a term.
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    (Original post by Valyrian)
    Males already have too many privileges compared to women and I don't care what you say, that is fact.
    Can you give some examples?
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    (Original post by sazriah)
    imagine caring that much about what its called rather than the issues they address.
    i pity you, shedding tears over a term.
    and I ALMOST pity you, small, sad life-form but my pity is reserved for intellectual beings, you are now resorting to petty insults, its a shame, I thought you were actually rather intelligent to start with, but hey, best not to think too highly of feminists.
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    (Original post by adorable16)
    NOT EVERYTHING is blamed on men
    actually yes it is, but anyway men did...
    build bridges
    land on the moon
    cure diseases
    extended lifespans
    built cities
    built ALL iconic landmarks
    invented the first governments and women's equality laws.

    not too bad eh?
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    (Original post by TheDuo)
    and I ALMOST pity you, small, sad life-form but my pity is reserved for intellectual beings, you are now resorting to petty insults, its a shame, I thought you were actually rather intelligent to start with, but hey, best not to think too highly of feminists.
    you seem triggered, irrational and upset. take deep breaths, honey.
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    (Original post by sazriah)
    you seem triggered, irrational and upset. take deep breaths, honey.
    I know, I'm starting to sound like a feminist!
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    (Original post by TheDuo)
    actually yes it is, but anyway men did...
    build bridges
    land on the moon
    cure diseases
    extended lifespans
    built cities
    built ALL iconic landmarks
    invented the first governments and women's equality laws.

    not too bad eh?
    Exactly so men are important
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    (Original post by adorable16)
    NOT EVERYTHING is blamed on men
    Really?
    Even when men talk about their issues, feminists say it's the result of patriarchy and "toxic masculinity". How is that not blaming men?
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    (Original post by adorable16)
    Exactly so men are important
    exactly, so we need EQUALISM, not FEMINISM.
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    (Original post by SK_Student)
    Really?
    Even when men talk about their issues, feminists say it's the result of patriarchy and "toxic masculinity". How is that not blaming men?
    I get that but not all feminists
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    (Original post by Valyrian)
    Feminism is the idea that females will one day be equal to males. Males already have too many privileges compared to women and I don't care what you say, that is fact.
    Name them.
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    (Original post by TheDuo)
    exactly, so we need EQUALISM, not FEMINISM.
    Let's form a campaign haha but yes
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    (Original post by adorable16)
    I get that but not all feminists
    you can't just single out some feminists from others, anyway by definition it only helps women so its not suspiring everything is blamed on men!
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    (Original post by joecphillips)
    Name them.
    I already asked and she has no answer.

    How surprising, not.
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    (Original post by TheDuo)
    you can't just single out some feminists from others, anyway by definition it only helps women so its not suspiring everything is blamed on men!
    Okay woahhhhh calm down
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    Egalitarianism is the true thing we should be striving for. YES women were oppressed in the past but modern men face huge problems such as discrimination in legal child custody and criminal cases, and much higher suicide rates.
    Anyone who claims that feminists are fighting for these pressing issues obviously don't realise how much FEMinism prioritises FEMale issues.

    Men are killing themselves every day, losing their children and facing so many more years in jail, why is no one talking about this more??????

    As a woman, other girls always tell me I don't want equality or that I'm a misogynist. I just personally do not want to associate myself with a word that connotes a female prioritisation and in the modern world has often come to promote radicalism. I think feminists should stop shaming other people for having a different viewpoint
    Feel free to disagree
 
 
 
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