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You also have plenty of women that are abused and mistreated in the workplace. I think women are treated better by their spouses than their boss or some corporation. Most social policy involves some sort of trade off.

No. I'm not naive. There were lots of bad things about the past and lots of good things about the present. I think on balance it was better in the past but ideally I'd like to salvage the better parts of today's society whilst returning to a more traditional model which I think is better for us.
It’s up to women whether they want to work, not you or me.

If you want to combat mental health issues, then target social media.
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It’s up to women whether they want to work, not you or me.

If you want to combat mental health issues, then target social media.
It's not up to individuals it is up to society in general and then out into laws by the state. I agree most women want to work. Whether they should is another thing entirely.*

*(I think some employment should be open for women esp in roles like nursing, teaching etc do I'm not going full Sharia. But I don't agree with the idea that there should be 50/50 employment or that it's somehow liberating to leave your family to work for Starbucks etc)
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It's not up to individuals it is up to society in general and then out into laws by the state. I agree most women want to work. Whether they should is another thing entirely.*

*(I think some employment should be open for women esp in roles like nursing, teaching etc do I'm not going full Sharia. But I don't agree with the idea that there should be 50/50 employment or that it's somehow liberating to leave your family to work for Starbucks etc)
There's no reason why men should be able to work but women not.
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There's no reason why men should be able to work but women not.
Depends what the job is and what the circumstances of the person are.

In theory no but in practise there are lots of reasons. Although of course the state has mandated that it be so but that doesn't mean they ought to.
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Milo Yiannopoulos, far right agitator and generally confused person, has renounced his gay marriage and status and declared that conversion therapy works.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...n-therapy.html

His husband, John Lewis, is now just a housemate apparently.

Transsexuals are now 'demonic' and he is going to devote the next ten years to reviving Conversion Therapy (banned in a number of countries) and condemning gayness.

Just wondering if there is any depth this guy won't plunge into in order to get publicity and make himself known.


This is evidence being gay is actually a choice for some people....
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This is evidence being gay is actually a choice for some people....
Yes, a mentally unstable attention-seeker that was severely abused as a child is evidence...
Come on now.
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I forgot this guy even existed.
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This is evidence being gay is actually a choice for some people....
I really don't see how something from a guy who's made a career out of being an attention seeking troll counts as evidence for anything.
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Has anyone seen/heard his awful song "silver and gold?" It is terrible.
And he is an attention seeker, people ought to just ignore him more.
That being said, back in the day I used to enjoy watching him debate on tv shows and podcasts etc.
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