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#25 - cactusupthebutt (07/19/2012) [-]
Ok...time to debunk a lot of myths...

Some feminists are crazy like this. (Not exactly this example, but close) And they will go as far as mentally creating a day called "castration day" to replace Fathers Day (i've read this on a Tumblr. Can't remember where)

Others, like me (I am male, 21 years old), and my sister...Are ones for equality. On both levels. We don't like how women are let off easier than men because they're women. And we are for truly good men to have their children over their female counterparts who might have problems with drugs/alcohol/mental states. That's all we are for. Some feminists take it way too far and we don't support those people.
#62 to #25 - CarlosRayNorris (07/19/2012) [-]
then your not a feminist, you're an equalist.
User avatar #51 to #25 - zaggystirdust ONLINE (07/19/2012) [-]
I looked up that "castration day" thing
not sure if trolling
User avatar #57 to #51 - thesnarfalarker (07/19/2012) [-]
There's no way that **** is legit. Especially the "Murder in the streets all those who don't attend"
User avatar #53 to #51 - cactusupthebutt (07/19/2012) [-]
It's bad. I read some of this girls work. She's...close to insane. If not already.
User avatar #35 to #25 - serotonin [OP]ONLINE (07/19/2012) [-]
Feminism in past had some meaning. Fighting for right to vote and stuff like that. Now its mostly nonsense and girl power stuff.

About leting off. Its problem of capitalism. They dont do it becouse they are female they do it becouse that will maximise profit
#27 to #25 - LewdFlapjack (07/19/2012) [-]
Sorry, but that's not feminism. Feminism is the idea that women are fundamentally superior to men, just as masculism is the idea that men are superior to women. The term you are describing it Egalitarianism, or the belief in equality for all. You didn't "debunk" any "myths", you helped to reinforce one.
#63 to #27 - anon (07/19/2012) [-]
wow... you really don't know what you're talking about do you?
#36 to #27 - cactusupthebutt (07/19/2012) [-]
I dunno if you've studied first and second wave feminism or not but those movements had nothing to do with women trying to be "superior" to men, only trying to gain equality in certain areas. You know... like voting. Based on those movements (also known as history) the term "feminism" has been used as the fight for equality. In the past this fight for equality has focused on the many, many ways women are discounted, debased, and treated as second-class citizens. Now, however, many (except for the extremists found in any and all groups) feminists fight for a more universal equality not focusing as much on women's issues. Is egalitarianism fighting for equal rights? Yes. But so is feminism. The denotative meaning for the word is overridden in this case by the connotative meaning developed by history.
User avatar #55 to #36 - skiskinator (07/19/2012) [-]
Dat face man...and ur usrname...one-two punch of lolz
#28 to #27 - LewdFlapjack (07/19/2012) [-]
Heh, thumb down the truth. I don't see the point of feminism anyways, even the ones who think it means equality. Why fight for the rights of a single group when other groups have it as bad or worse? That's just selfish and stupid.
User avatar #61 to #28 - ravenclawesome (07/19/2012) [-]
So who has it the worst then? And besides, it's not like fighting for women's rights means that people aren't working to promote the rights of other groups as well.
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