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I don't like reading feminist literature, because everything feminism inspired I have read in my life has felt non-relatable and at times offensive.
If you're talking about their whole organization agenda and things, I don't feel like reading those right now because it's irrelevant to the point I was making.
and there is no feminist organization or agenda.
just on the basis of pornography alone there's a huge divide in feminist theory, with one side saying pornography is exploitative and wrong and the other side saying pornography is empowering and okay.
my point is that you are dismissing feminism based on your misconceptions of what it actually is, and with that you seem so convinced you know what it's about that you aren't even willing to put some time and actually study what the whole feminist shit is about.
it's like the word socialist. calling yourself a socialist doesn't necessarily mean that you believe in equality and it doesn't necessarily mean you also believe everyone except the lower-class should be milled into fine powder.
I think it is time to abolish feminists and praise humanists, which really seek equality between all people. Feminists generally tend to only want the fun stuff of being the stronger gender. They want the same money (which they already earn), and push their agenda further by complaining that there are too few women in the tech industry. Well, everybody can be what he/she wants if he/she is good enough.
But where are the females who clean up the sewers? Or check the chimneys? I still have to see one female construction worker. Where is the equality in that?
Hypocrites. You haven't earned the apples, if you didn't grow the tree.
actually women earn about 3/4th of what men earn for the same work.
and that doesn't change the issue with sexual assault or how the media portrays women.
i'm sure plenty of female works clean sewers or check chimneys but you don't see them because that wouldn't suit your obvious confirmation bias.
i mean you utterly fail to see my point once again because:
didn't i just fucking say that feminism isn't an ideology or agenda? if you wanna know people's opinions on gay porn why don't you go read and find out.
I'm not saying that ^ difference doesn't come from a difference in how women are treated and brought up, but please read your own sources. And yes, I have read the line after that one.
What about the garbage men? Have you ever seen a garbage woman? Why dont feminists complain because that job is sexist and that it needs more women?
Besides, you are missing the point.
Feminists want more women in male dominated industries. But what if more women just dont want to work there?
I just feel like it comes more from an indirect discrimination which results in women choosing jobs that in comparison pay less than the jobs men are supposed to choose, than that it comes from direct discrimination.
ITT: White middle-class males thinking their opinions on feminism is far more important then them women.
Also: All relationships must be organized around gender roles called "rocks and pussies" because hurr huh durr biotruths.
I'm about as feminine as my girlfriend, if not more, and we have absolutely no problems. Come at me bro.
Like I've said before if you were to read my posts, I'm sure their original idea is all good. My argument isn't that they're a group that only cares about women and nothing about men, my argument is that this is the way their actions reflect them to the general public. If they're truly supposed to be fighting for quality between men and women, they are not doing a good job at sending out the message that they care just as much about male oppression as female oppression.
Whoever gets to the door first holds it open. This is how I always do it with my friends, male or female.
The below highlighted message is no less true because of the above statement, they are in no way contradictions. I'm saying that right now, the wackjobs far outnumber the sane people, or at least are better at making their voice heard.
How can anybody be this thick? How do you think you learn about what feminist 'actions' are? Through the same media that is presenting them in a negative light.