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User avatar #534 to #514 - spyisspy (11/25/2012) [-]
**** YOU SPACE COWBOYS
User avatar #537 to #534 - spyisspy (11/25/2012) [-]
ohhh, deleted account
#511 - SemiAnon (11/25/2012) [-]
But guys, we're all forgetting about Post-Modernism!
#434 - ubermaster (11/25/2012) [-]
**ubermaster rolled a random image posted in comment #67 at found at barnes and noble ** yes, more of that.
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#323 - sulphur (11/25/2012) [-]
I tried to tell you guys, but you wouldn't listen...
User avatar #328 to #323 - oliverholes (11/25/2012) [-]
Your reference, I like it.
#245 - amoussa (11/25/2012) [-]
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I know this one Iranian feminist who's mother is the leader of an Islamic Feminist movement in Iran. She herself is a lovely person unlike most feminazi's who I've come across. They actually have a genuine purpose of fighting against misogyny and oppression towards females in the middle east. Women have no rights whatsoever in middle eastern nations.

In Western Nations, most women have just as much rights as men but they still bitch about things like as if they're repressed victims. They just want to sweep all the benefits of being a woman and extinguish all the hindrances (such as a few negative social stigmas). They bitch about sexual objectification of women in the media but frankly, that's out of their own choice.

Women may have the burden of a few social stigmas but the same applies to men in some respect. For instance, a woman with many sexual partners is regarded as a slut whereas a man is positively regarded as being somewhat desirable. Conversely, a woman who doesn't get laid is deemed as strong and independent whereas a man is regarded as a loser. Rape and domestic violence is a serious issue but it's not a form of female discrimination, it's a sociopathic crime just like anything else. It's just as hard as being a man as it is with being a woman. Men and women are simply DIFFERENT due to physicality and cognitive aspects but it doesn't mean that we're not EQUAL.

Those feminazis just need to get the **** out of their high horse and placing women on this pedestal as if they're innocent repressed victims. Women are just as heartless as men, they're just as cruel as men. If a lot had the chance, they'd beat you up or murder you. What I'm trying to say is that we both suck. I'm an animal lover by the way so GO ANIMALS! **** HUMANS!

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#261 to #245 - lightingeagle (11/25/2012) [-]
Slow clap for you, brother.

I feel like you have properly gotten all points, and done a damn good job at proving them. I don't agree on the "we both suck", but I feel as if you could out-debate me. So, I won't try it.

If you know of any near-by debate teams, or anything else like that, I advise you go for it.
#311 to #261 - amoussa (11/25/2012) [-]
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why thank you but unfortunately in my uni Facebook groups where I've argued against a bunch of feminazis defending my views on the general female population and nice guys being disregarded, hardly anyone took my side. I reckon it's because my uni are full of annoying hipsters and liberal left-wing douchebags with their multicultural guilt trip dogma.
User avatar #282 to #261 - gladiuss (11/25/2012) [-]
Shower me with red thumbs, (gonna happen), but I heartily disagree.

The argument was very erratically stated. While the points made were cogent, meaningful and pertinent, they were written with many repetitions and redundancies. I found the entire statement ineloquent and largely destructive to the main thrust of the topic.

Pity, too, because till it started kissing my dinner's ass at the end there, there were many good points offered.
#304 to #282 - amoussa (11/25/2012) [-]
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I typed this at 2am in the morning so my brain wasn't functioning at it's optimum peak to type in a sophisticated, eloquent manner. I major in a science degree so grammar isn't exactly my main prowess. Just because it wasn't text book standard doesn't make my points invalid.
User avatar #348 to #304 - gladiuss (11/25/2012) [-]
I concur with you that the focus of your argument is sound.

I am disturbed by the implication that proper grammar and syntax are unimportant to an individual with a "science" degree, whom has little use for proper diction. You are going to get some seriously bad grades if your professor/instructor concludes from your writing that you are illiterate. Illiteracy bodes ill for other forms of comprehension.

If I am incorrect in my observation that you place little stress on the importance of proper writing skill, then I DO, sincerely apologize. I occasionally consult on the topic of critical-thinking, so sometimes I tend to be over critical.
User avatar #356 to #348 - amoussa (11/25/2012) [-]
jeezuz man, I'm not exactly some illiterate 12 year old, juvenile swagfag hu tipes lyk dis. I didn't state that grammar wasn't of any importance, I just merely tried to state that my grammar isn't exactly going to be on the same level as those who major in critical thinking, English literature etc. No offence but you sound like an some arrogant ass who'd probably disregard the existence of someone who isn't exactly bright, even a nice girl or someone.
User avatar #359 to #356 - gladiuss (11/25/2012) [-]
Lol. Calm yourself. Go ahead andnfinish reading the part at the end where I apologize if I was incorrect. x-D
User avatar #361 to #359 - amoussa (11/25/2012) [-]
there's a grammar Nazi and then there's you. Also, my writing skills for my dissertation were excellent for which I got a high 2:1 in.
User avatar #366 to #361 - gladiuss (11/25/2012) [-]
Congratulations. Do be careful, though. That kind of oversensitivity to criticism won't help you in your career. Just advice, not dissing you.
User avatar #368 to #366 - gladiuss (11/25/2012) [-]
Oh yes. Do feel free to have the last word. ;-D
User avatar #376 to #368 - amoussa (11/25/2012) [-]
fine fair enough. I can see through your good intentions at least.
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#290 to #245 - anon (11/25/2012) [-]
Because animals aren't cruel at all *cough*
Sorry, that last bit got to me. Especially since it totally looks like you just told the animals to go **** humans.

What it all comes down to for me is always one thing, the person. Ignore the sex. If he/she's a bitch, he/she is a bitch. End of story. If your life sucks because of the body you are in, make a movement to help yourself and others like you. That's cool. But help yourself, don't attack others. Over the years I've grown to like the appearance of both sexes and to ignore gender when I judge a person. One of the only sort of sex related conclusions I've come to not having to do with the obvious physicality of that gender is that women seem to be prone to a lot more illnesses than men, despite the fact we tend to die at an earlier age and get all of those labour-related injuries.
And I'm not talking about breast cancer and other sex related illnesses. I mean things like MS, which women are apparently more prone to for some reason.

ANYWAYSH! Animals can be dicks too, don't be blinded by the beauty of our domesticated animals, it's a dangerous world out there in the wild for most animals and I'm not just talking about eating to survive. There is rape among animals too, exile and isolation, jealousy. It's all there.
User avatar #430 to #421 - tritonsbane (11/25/2012) [-]
See that deleted comment up there?

That's me.
#278 - AmandaNicole (11/25/2012) [-]
mfw being lectured by a femnazi
mfw being lectured by a femnazi
#502 - grimmwaters ONLINE (11/25/2012) [-]
You!
I like you.
#431 - anon (11/25/2012) [-]
I think you guys are confusing actual feminists with what a feminist is in your mind.
#262 - jakesterify (11/25/2012) [-]
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User avatar #308 to #298 - arkamedies ONLINE (11/25/2012) [-]
thumbed down because ****** face
#186 - quackimawhale (11/25/2012) [-]
how many feminists does it take to change a lightbulb?

Doesn't matter, they cant change anything.
#234 - thewasteland (11/25/2012) [-]
MFW my friend try's to convince me to become a feminist like her.
MFW my friend try's to convince me to become a feminist like her.
User avatar #236 to #234 - fuzzyballs (11/25/2012) [-]
tries*
and why are you friends with a feminist?
User avatar #246 to #236 - thewasteland (11/25/2012) [-]
I have no idea, the only reason i can think of is that we have been friends for a great while and besides its not like i have many friends. Also she is the type of feminist who fits the stereotype so in a way i do need to find new friends
User avatar #606 to #246 - fuzzyballs (11/25/2012) [-]
I feel for you
#267 - sanshiiuum (11/25/2012) [-]
No mere image can describe the amount of yes that this gives me.
#370 - anon (11/25/2012) [-]
I once trolled a radfem forum where the idea of "having nothing to do with men" expanded to the point where the idea of aborting male fetuses was acceptable.

"No one has ever died in the name of feminism".

Cause no one has been stupid enough to let these gals give orders. xD

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#405 - whiterapevan (11/25/2012) [-]
i really really REALLY hate feminists.   
they make me ashamed to be a woman sometimes   
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i really really REALLY hate feminists.
they make me ashamed to be a woman sometimes
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User avatar #469 to #405 - SaxMachineDK (11/25/2012) [-]
A true feminist is anyone who believes in equality for all people. The stereotypical feminist you are referring to is not a true feminist,but a radical.
#506 to #469 - whiterapevan (11/25/2012) [-]
that isnt a feminist, thats an equalist
User avatar #621 to #506 - SaxMachineDK (11/26/2012) [-]
The whole idea of feminism started because they wished to be equals. Perhaps the terms are synonymous.
#459 to #405 - anon (11/25/2012) [-]
I don't think the feminists make you ashamed to be a woman.
That's probably the crazy bitch lesbians who label themselves "feminist" but just want special treatment.
The whole point in the post was to clarify the difference.
User avatar #544 - ellelola (11/25/2012) [-]
I don't get feminists.
I'm a woman, i stay at home for the kids, my husband goes to work.
I make sure that the house is clean en he has a warm meal ready for him when he comes home.
I love doing that, it's what i do best.
Therefor, in the eyes of a feminist, i am a traitor.
But i don't have to do manly thing to feel like a real woman.
I'll go now, make my man a sandwich.
User avatar #550 to #544 - whitenerdy (11/25/2012) [-]
Ruse-master, you're neglected this one victory.
#546 to #544 - carlsagouin (11/25/2012) [-]
This looks slightly fabricated
User avatar #553 to #546 - bigboyblue (11/25/2012) [-]
I've actually known a girl that was like this, though. In all fairness, she wasn't 100% right in the head, though. She was a bit of a religious shut-in from a somewhat rural area. All in all, her life's goal was to have a bread-winning husband to make sammiches for.
User avatar #618 to #553 - ellelola (11/26/2012) [-]
I'm not religious, just had a rough childhood. ;-)
Nobody took care of me so yeah, maybe i'm overcompensating.
#589 to #553 - carlsagouin (11/25/2012) [-]
Well, I'm not saying it's impossible, and I don't think it's wrong nor do I think it's necessary, but the sandwich part was too much
User avatar #523 - mion ONLINE (11/25/2012) [-]
This lady pretty much said what I was thinking since grade 8, when I was 13.

She's my hero.
#291 - fukyeahraptorr (11/25/2012) [-]
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