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This is a question which I would like people to give a very deep thought in and provide with detailed to semi-detailed answers. I'd like to know what you guys would change. This could include: Government regulations, resources, natural disasters, illnesses, history, etc.
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One without humans on it
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One without humans on it
Let me rephrase my question: "What would an ideal Earth with humans look like?"
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Let me rephrase my question: "What would an ideal Earth with humans look like?"
😂 in that case, I would want a world where there is full human and animal liberation
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😂 in that case, I would want a world where there is full human and animal liberation
Beautiful answer :yy:
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This is a question which I would like people to give a very deep thought in and provide with detailed to semi-detailed answers. I'd like to know what you guys would change. This could include: Government regulations, resources, natural disasters, illnesses, history, etc.
An earth were things move in happy harmony. No war, conflict, aggressive capitalism, feminism, sexism and a good social provision for all people.
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An earth were things move in happy harmony. No war, conflict, aggressive capitalism, feminism, sexism and a good social provision for all people.
That seems splendid, though I am a little confused when you mentioned "feminism" and "sexism". Feminism is, in literal terms, "the advocacy of women's rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes". Meaning that both genders are equal. So if you didn't want feminism, that would negate the effect of eliminating sexism.
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That seems splendid, though I am a little confused when you mentioned "feminism" and "sexism". Feminism is, in literal terms, "the advocacy of women's rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes". Meaning that both genders are equal. So if you didn't want feminism, that would negate the effect of eliminating sexism.
I meant feminism by the uplifting of women that involves the destruction/disempowering of men. I don't want feminism or sexism. Everyone should be equal.
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I meant feminism by the uplifting of women that involves the destruction/disempowering of men. I don't want feminism or sexism. Everyone should be equal.
I understand, usually people have misconstrued ideas of feminism. Feminism is supposed to mean "equality of both genders". Some females I guess have probably claimed to be "feminist" but did not behave in that way if they were emasculating men. So let's just stick with egalitarianism.
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I understand, usually people have misconstrued ideas of feminism. Feminism is supposed to mean "equality of both genders". Some females I guess have probably claimed to be "feminist" but did not behave in that way if they were emasculating men. So let's just stick with egalitarianism.
Yes, I agree that we should stick with egalitarianism. Feminism focuses on the women rather than both groups.
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Yes, I agree that we should stick with egalitarianism. Feminism focuses on the women rather than both groups.
Understandable
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one where human rights and equality are the controllers of the day to day livelihood
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The Hammer & the Anvil before it shut down
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Just a world of guinea pigs
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A world where all living beings live in harmony with one another. No conflict, no wars, no money, no government, no fear, no evil, no illness, no poverty, no religion. A world where we're all connected to nature and the divine within.
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The Hammer & the Anvil before it shut down
What's that?
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What's that?
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A poor place, backwards in history (Greek/Roman) and definitely not Victorian. When things were more simple and with less amenities. So buildings, technology and everything was less. Easier life.
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(Original post by liaente)
This is a question which I would like people to give a very deep thought in and provide with detailed to semi-detailed answers. I'd like to know what you guys would change. This could include: Government regulations, resources, natural disasters, illnesses, history, etc.
Where guns aren't a thing.. Gun violence is Disgusting...
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A poor place, backwards in history (Greek/Roman) and definitely not Victorian. When things were more simple and with less amenities. So buildings, technology and everything was less. Easier life.
You little- :rofl: not Victorian, ey?
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