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LOL. When women find Flaws in Feminism.. I couldn't help but notice this.. ilialiali l HEY TTW, HI] ‘Hill T' llr/ E Like Comment I If that one little thing had/

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Elizabeth I I have often thought that women are their own
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#53 - fireinthewater
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is it just me, or does the guy in the picture look like a douche too?   
   
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is it just me, or does the guy in the picture look like a douche too?

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#68 to #53 - anon id: da5be1f7
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Yes but at least he is white.
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#163 to #95 - anon id: 589669d4
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7 billion people didn't see this post
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#80 to #53 - bluelight
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#100 to #53 - rokulda
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#175 to #100 - sergeantwang
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I never get to use this.
I never get to use this.
#127 - JesuschristofAZ
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He looks like a douche nozzle too.
#132 to #127 - anon id: a6429394
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I like your use of the word douche nozzle
It makes me think of happier times in my life
#237 to #127 - anon id: 169b45ba
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Nah, he looks like a hipster there's a difference: hipsters are annoying but usually harmless, douchebags are annoying and a problem for society as a whole
User avatar #159 to #127 - danniegurl
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it's the hair.
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User avatar #33 - mrssammich
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As a female I agree wholeheartedly with Elizabeth. I understand my place in society, I have the right to vote and have any job I am qualified for. I can wear almost anything I like and not be judged for it because I'm a girl. I am happy with the rights that I have.
I have a boyfriend and I do what he asks, just as he does what I ask. I do like it when he opens doors for me once in a while or protects me but I don't expect it and I do these things for him in return.
What I'm trying to say is, not all girls demand "respect" and special treatment and there are girls who are just as pissed off about feminism than you.
I would probably get feminists telling me that I'm a disgrace and I'm letting men take advantage but I'm not, if I had been born a couple of hundreds of years ago I would have had no rights to anything so I'm lucky.
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#65 to #33 - lordhasta
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#86 to #33 - haggle
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Sounds like you are a feminist to me (and good on you)

You've just had a warped view of what feminism is.
User avatar #94 to #86 - mrssammich
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In terms of what feminism was originally, yes I would say I am, but I don't like the term feminist, I'm not part of a special group of people, I'm just a normal person. And these days quite a few "feminists" are becoming increasingly annoying and giving all other feminists and women a bad reputation. I realise I didn't make this clear but my comment was aimed at the minority that use feminism as a shield for hypocrisy and sexism.
#118 to #94 - haggle
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Thank you very much for clearing that up. Just wanted to be clear.
#121 to #33 - anon id: 32dfadf3
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This is the only reaction image I have able to convey the emotion I'm feeling.
User avatar #34 to #33 - Zeigh
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What's this? TWO intelligent females in the same thread?
Preposterous!
#67 - thisotherdude
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Demands equal rights





Start's bitching when they're not treat like goddesses
#78 to #67 - varrensage
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God dammit Kenji.
#79 to #67 - bluelight
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#7 - haggle
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Feminism is simply equality between men and women, nothing more, nothing less.
User avatar #21 to #7 - sketchysketchist
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You know there are feminist trying to make it hard for women to want to be housewives, cheerleaders, or anything that stands by their typical gender rolls.
Honestly, equality is one thing but telling a woman she can't whore it up because this is a man's world is ********.
User avatar #22 to #7 - sketchysketchist
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Let's not also forget that feminism is a bunch of women saying they want equality such as equal pay as men, job oportunities, and the right to defend themselves from men but the moment a guy smacks a bitch or the place goes to flames, it's women and children first, right?
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#47 to #7 - anon id: 4d7efd6b
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why did this comment get thumbed to hell   
when comment #36 got all the thumbs?   
like he said, inb4 thumbs down because retards
why did this comment get thumbed to hell
when comment #36 got all the thumbs?
like he said, inb4 thumbs down because retards
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#69 to #7 - lordhasta
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Okay.
#238 to #7 - anon id: 169b45ba
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Then why call it Feminism instead of Egalitarianism
User avatar #38 to #7 - Mahazama
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Then why is the prefix Fem- in Feminism?
It should be Equal-ism/
User avatar #60 to #7 - dastonarman
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Why is this red thumbed? He just gave the definition of Feminism......
#240 to #60 - anon id: 169b45ba
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It's the definition of Feminism in theory. In practice, it's not even close to that.
User avatar #23 to #7 - dontexpectmuch
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put simply feminism is a movement that preaches equality yet focuses solely on the issues faced by one sex
User avatar #10 to #7 - lostinthemusic
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In a perfect world, yes.
Unfortunately a good size of the women in the current feminism movement aren't really looking for equality.
They want all of the good things. Like acceptance in the workplace, equal pay, an end to discrimination.
But they still want to use their bodies to get what they want. They still want to be taken care of. They still want to be treated as they are a dainty flower.

Take note I did not say all women are this way, but enough are that it really undermines the entire movement.
#27 to #10 - larfang
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As a female, I agree with you fully. It disappoints me greatly to see fellow females like these everywhere I go. As a child, I was raised by a feminist mother, so that's possibly why I veered off and away from that type of thought. I was quite the tom-boy as a kid and even as I grew older I became "one of the guys". I have plenty of guy friends and fit in perfectly with them. I've even told them that if I ever engage in a fight with them, they have every right to hit me back if I throw the first punch.

Overall I believe in equality, not power for women over men. It makes me sad to know I'm that small percent of decent girls.
#12 to #10 - haggle
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I agree, to some extent.

In my experience, albeit rather limited, I haven't found the view you described that often. Far more common are women that just want equality. I think we can all agree that the 'feminists' that hate men etc. are just ridiculous.

Maybe it depends on what circles you move in, how often you come across each view, I'm not sure.
User avatar #61 to #10 - dastonarman
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They want economic equality, but not social equality
User avatar #8 to #7 - Lawlor
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What I don't get is if its' all about equality, why call it "feminism"?
A name implying that it's all about women.

Surely instead of feminism it would be "Equalism" or something.
#37 to #8 - toxicwarning
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sorry... already taken
User avatar #16 to #8 - thunderspeak
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I would say it's called feminism because at the current moment, unfortunately, women are lower on the totem pole. so they have more distance to move up. However, maybe if it was the other way around, if men were lower, a movement would rise and it would be called masculinism? 0_o just a thought
#239 to #16 - anon id: 169b45ba
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There is a movement by that name, formed largely as a result of backlash against the hypocrisy of mainstream feminism, and I don't mean the misandry, I mean how they only look at women's problems but not men's issues. For example: how many shelters are there for men? Far fewer than the ones that only allow women and children.
User avatar #17 to #16 - Lawlor
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Perhaps.
But in modern society most people are on a pretty equal playing ground these days.
It's mostly in countries like Saudi Arabia that womens rights are such an issue.
User avatar #18 to #17 - thunderspeak
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that's very true, those countries are the ones who really need some equality. Give those bitches some equality, bitches love equality XD I think if just more women played roles in the government of 1st world countries, the conflict over equality would settle down a lot. Plus, I know from a lot of my female friends, that they're fine with the current state of things except for the constant women 'jokes'. I put quotation marks because half the time they are, but half the time they're not and it's really difficult to differentiate many times... :/
#9 to #8 - haggle
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Excellent point and one I don't have a proper answer for.

I assume it's because traditionally women were treated much worse than men, and so it was more about improving women to men's status. I agree though 'equalism' or whatever is much more apt.
#11 to #9 - subaqueousreach
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I know just the Equalist to get this started...
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User avatar #126 - KillYourself
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when i first saw this i was like "that guy is definitely from jersey shore"
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#130 - KungFuZerO
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I see no difference
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#129 to #115 - rotinaj
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women are girls.
User avatar #168 to #129 - prepareuranas
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^ doesn't get it
#125 to #115 - AnonymousDonor
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goes both ways - boys want sluts, men want ladies

simple as that
#135 to #125 - willywally
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He's right you know
User avatar #4 - thehooligan
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That guy is most obviously a tool...
User avatar #5 to #4 - mcstorms
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what guy?
#75 - flyinghatcat
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What? A serious post about women and feminism? Totally contradicts the majority of funnyjunk who objectifies women, posts 'sexy gifs/pics', then claim that women are bitches who won't **** them since they are like the nicest guys ever