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    Don't you think this is getting a bit out of hand? Can't we just have one "feminism" thread? :yup:
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    It's not so bad now, but before the elections it was exactly the same with BNP threads.
    Also happens with "gay" or "muslim" threads....
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    (Original post by cognito_08)
    It's not so bad now, but before the elections it was exactly the same with BNP threads.
    Also happens with "gay" or "muslim" threads....
    Yeah, I suppose such threads get trendy. We need just one thread for each controversial issue, or even a subforum.
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    TO be fair, mine was a rant against the fact that there was only anti female chauvinism :rolleyes:
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    I think it's more funny that you took the time to screenshot it, edit it in paint, upload it and then rant about it to strangers. XD
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    in light of this turning into an argumentative thread i'm going to clsoe it.

    whislt it might be ncie to have a single thread the chances are it will be all over the place and lost all meaning. having the individual threads will have more focused discussion and not turn itno flaming matches as much.
 
 
 
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