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I would love to take a rifle and shoot you dead with it. You deserve it you fucking radical feminist bitch!]
But misogyny isn’t real, amirite?? We live in a matriarchy after all!
You laughed and sang cry me a river at male suicide victims
You are one to complain
What she said was awful. What this person did was also awful. But what they said also wasn’t misogyny.
But of course, if anything bad happens to a woman, if anything bad is said to a woman, it’s not because she’s full of it but because she’s a woman.
If a man is mugged it’s because the mugger wanted cash. If a woman is mugged it’s because she’s a woman.
If a man is assaulted it’s funny. If a woman is assaulted it’s misogyny.
If a man is murdered it’s a crime. If a woman is murdered it’s a hate crime.
This is me reading aseasonedplateofmurder’s post I went on a date yesterday my first date with a girl!
It was supposed to be a dramatic reading but it’s just too funny.
My sex life is NOT funny. TAKE THIS DOWN NOW.
Oh I beg to differ this is hilarious!
“Feminism is the radical idea that women are people”
Feminism has achieved incredible amounts in the past 100 years. Women have been enfranchised, gained access to education and unlike centuries past are able to pursue meaningful careers. For this, everyone, myself included, is thankful.
In modern times, feminist rhetoric spouts that they are about equality and act as if they have a monopoly on the belief - anyone that doesn’t openly associate themselves with feminism is a bigot. The ideology focuses solely on female issues, both real and perceived, to the detriment of others. While “what about teh menz” is so often used mockingly against MRAs, important indicators of quality of life that suggest disparity between men and women in certain areas are ignored: men are currently achieving more poorly in school and attending college in fewer numbers, have higher suicide rates, suffer workplace death more often and live shorter lives. This is half the population we’re talking about. While this issues go unadressed by any significant social movement (MRAs are understandly small in number due to the stigma attached to them) the feminist camp spends significant resources addressing trivial issues - look at the amount of moral and financial support Anita Sarkessian got for her series on..wait for it…the depiction of women in video games. Feminism claims to care about equality between the sexes yet ignores significant male issues in favour of trivialities - she doesn’t even address significant (and that’s the key word here) women’s issues.
I don’t need feminism because I believe in the equality between ALL people. While there are homeless people on the streets because they haven’t received treatment for drug/gambling/mental health issues, while there is intergenerational life long unemployment because of lack of educational and career opportunities and while LGBT teens commit suicide because of the daily bullying they receive I will not listen to a white, middle class, college educated woman (hmmmm can you smell that priviledge?) simultaneously complain that she’s oppressed because she got told to make a sandwich after she tried to make a man feel ashamed of his masculinity and assert that she genuinely cares about equality between the sexes.
I don’t need feminism because I believe in equality between all people and from what I’ve seen and read so far in my time on this earth, the feminist tag acts as a set of blinkers, blocking out PEOPLE’S RIGHTS when they belong to any demographic other than the female one.
I’ve yet to see anyone explain why men are and were expected to support and if needed die for the benefit of women, throughout history, if women were thought of as “less than people”.
Sure is weird how almost all of these pithy definitions of feminism leave out Patriarchy Theory and prioritizing the good of women over men all the time. Also weird is the insistence on telling people they have to call themselves feminists, trying to dragoon them into the movement. Odd sort of “equal rights”