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#3 - It's just like VunderSlash! 3 minutes ago on thats just daft 0
#7 - I dunno why but I thought they were chromosomes. 4 minutes ago on Tooru Hagakure Dakimakura 0
#187 - Dasha Astafieva was the model's name I think 06/29/2016 on Anons grandpa gets a PC 0
#20 - I agree with your point, but I don't think she was calling her…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/28/2016 on feminism +3
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#21 - anametoremember (06/28/2016) [-]
can't know for sure, but i understand. i guess i'm more in fear of how this form of criticism is too passive and susceptible to mutate into a regressive mindset, as the ones that the swj's that this site "loves" so much present. but in the end, whatever her intentions are, there is a concerning critique being presented.
#18 - Have you considered that she's adjusted to a climate where she…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/28/2016 on feminism +3
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#19 - anametoremember (06/28/2016) [-]
that is true, analyzing it from a social perspective. it's good to be critical of these outright trivial values that are taught. e.g: focusing women so much towards looking pretty, instead of intellectual growth. this is the kind of things that discourage them from focusing in studying, the kind of things that builds the difference between the archetypes of the trophy housewife and the working husband. she should not be pressured to give in to something so petty, and she has her right, almost obligation, to speak against these injustices.

however, i was referring to a more individual level, and it's just my opinion, of being tired how people often feel like just a product of their circumstances, like they have no knowledge of the power sociopolitical power that's inherent to them. it irks me to call this subject "oppression", since the girl, not only as a woman but as a person with free will, has the choice to reject these standards that she's openly critical about, and with a reason. to put it simply, i think an example is always better to illustrate a point.
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#20 - chuckstein (06/28/2016) [-]
I agree with your point, but I don't think she was calling herself oppressed. She said that she needed feminism because she lives in a society where she feels uncomfortable without changing her appearance artificially. It's less of an oppression viewpoint and more of a societal standards and expectations of women viewpoint.
also I'd like to say I really appreciate that we're having a civilized conversation about something like this, this site is very sensitive about saying anything slightly liberal.
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#21 - anametoremember (06/28/2016) [-]
can't know for sure, but i understand. i guess i'm more in fear of how this form of criticism is too passive and susceptible to mutate into a regressive mindset, as the ones that the swj's that this site "loves" so much present. but in the end, whatever her intentions are, there is a concerning critique being presented.
#14 - Why is the picture of the Asian woman who didn't want to take …  [+] (9 new replies) 06/28/2016 on feminism +8
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#23 - jerkindougnuts (06/28/2016) [-]
Honestly thats the only picture that isnt bullshit. Although if shes afraid to not wear make up i think thats more of a self esteem thing compared to societal. In my experience the ones who care that much about make up have a low self value
#78 - anon (06/28/2016) [-]
Self-esteem is improperly used. We don't have a word for confidence that comes from how society views us, even though that's how most people USE the word self-esteem, because they benefit from it without realizing it.

She does not fit societal 'beauty' norms. Since she doesn't look like the popular and charismatic people, she feels she is of the opposite number, because our society works on extremes. If you're not 'in', you're 'out'. If you're not 'one of us' you're some sort of reject or the enemy, to be attacked and villified and laughed at constantly, made jokes of and to be disgusted by - basically, not treated as a human being.

Not being appealing to how society currently views outward appearances completely wrecks the confidence and actual self-esteem of a vast number of people in the world. With women the specific issue is makeup and such, to cover up blemishes and enhance their looks, so that even those who don't make the cut naturally can still get in the door.

I hate modern feminists but this is actually a cause worth putting on a sign.
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#182 - jerkindougnuts (06/29/2016) [-]
Your self esteem isnt based on how society views you its based on how you view yourself. Self esteem is your self worth. And people are taught that their self worth is based off of the opinions of others rather than themselves. Its less of an equality issue because its the same with everyone. We are all taught to put the opinions of others on a pedalstile like their thoughts and opinions are of the up most importance. And its not gonna change until people choose to change the way the should view themselves and i can promise you that it wont happen. The entire makeup shit is because she grew up seeing a shit ton of gorgeous women wearing makeup and it gives you the subconcious view point that women are beautiful if/when they wear makeup. So if girls want to stop being "forced" by society to wear makeup they have to decide theyre beautiful without it. I grew up with everyone telling me "Ian dont dress/act like that people wont like you" "dont get the hair cut you want get a popular one" and i never listend i do not conform to society because currently our view points are wrong. This has been an issue since forever every society has based peoples self worth off of what others thought of them and not of what they thought of themselves
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#17 - anametoremember (06/28/2016) [-]
she's got a point, since the use of make up is way too normalized for women, but no one is ever truly forcing women to wear it, and men not to. shit, i think men suffer much more when it comes to wearing make up, as it can get people calling you a "faggot" real quick.

if that's how she feels, i thinks it means she's more busy victimizing herself than she is at actually making a change, which would be, well, the idea for a so-called progressive movement.
#88 - anon (06/28/2016) [-]
That's the problem, I think. That we -have- to make the change. That societal groupthink has it where if you don't fit within a certain range that no one agreed upon, you aren't considered a real person. You're an object to be ridiculed. The only way to stop that is to form your own community which will become a clone of the larger society in time, sadly, or to conform to that range where people will either leave you alone or accept you.

The question is... why does it have to be that way? Just because the people who don't fit that range aren't considered to have valid opinions or human feelings that deserve just as much respect and acknowledgement as the people who do? We put down a lot of these people and don't consider that they're no different from us - they just do things their way, or have problems they can't overcome on their own.

Because we're afraid of considering that we, too, might become outcasts. Fear of society keeps us in society's more nefarious clutches, because no one wants to be on the outside of it knowing that everyone inside is busy making sport of you or getting ready to do harm unto you.

That is what should change, if we're being honest.
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#18 - chuckstein (06/28/2016) [-]
Have you considered that she's adjusted to a climate where she feels uncomfortable not wearing makeup because, as you said, it's become normalized? I think it says a lot that if she doesn't put on some light makeup at least, she feels so uncomfortable she doesn't even want a picture taken of her. I think she's less victimizing herself and more sharing a personal example of how women feel as if they have to live up to the standards of society through covering up their imperfections and blemishes.
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#19 - anametoremember (06/28/2016) [-]
that is true, analyzing it from a social perspective. it's good to be critical of these outright trivial values that are taught. e.g: focusing women so much towards looking pretty, instead of intellectual growth. this is the kind of things that discourage them from focusing in studying, the kind of things that builds the difference between the archetypes of the trophy housewife and the working husband. she should not be pressured to give in to something so petty, and she has her right, almost obligation, to speak against these injustices.

however, i was referring to a more individual level, and it's just my opinion, of being tired how people often feel like just a product of their circumstances, like they have no knowledge of the power sociopolitical power that's inherent to them. it irks me to call this subject "oppression", since the girl, not only as a woman but as a person with free will, has the choice to reject these standards that she's openly critical about, and with a reason. to put it simply, i think an example is always better to illustrate a point.
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#20 - chuckstein (06/28/2016) [-]
I agree with your point, but I don't think she was calling herself oppressed. She said that she needed feminism because she lives in a society where she feels uncomfortable without changing her appearance artificially. It's less of an oppression viewpoint and more of a societal standards and expectations of women viewpoint.
also I'd like to say I really appreciate that we're having a civilized conversation about something like this, this site is very sensitive about saying anything slightly liberal.
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#21 - anametoremember (06/28/2016) [-]
can't know for sure, but i understand. i guess i'm more in fear of how this form of criticism is too passive and susceptible to mutate into a regressive mindset, as the ones that the swj's that this site "loves" so much present. but in the end, whatever her intentions are, there is a concerning critique being presented.
#27 - My grandfather sat me down one day, had a really serious talk …  [+] (2 new replies) 06/28/2016 on Anons grandpa gets a PC +27
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#67 - unoletmehavename (06/28/2016) [-]
Now you can't leave us hanging,give us the talk and the name.
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#187 - chuckstein (06/29/2016) [-]
Dasha Astafieva was the model's name I think
#657 - **chuckstein used "*roll 1, 00-99*"** **chuckstein rolls 86** 06/28/2016 on Someone found admin's pics 0
#1567 - **chuckstein used "*roll picture*"** **chuckstein rolled i… 06/27/2016 on Hey anon, what are you... 0
#65 - I don't get the air raid thing  [+] (4 new replies) 06/23/2016 on Random shit on my phone 70 +1
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#74 - improbablyyourdad (06/23/2016) [-]
Its a tornado warning system. He probably just moved there and has never heard it before.
They usually test them once in awhile, weird cause they just tested them around where I live not even an hour ago.
One time I was in a store and they went off, some girl shot her head up to look around at everyone else just casually ignoring it and shes like "what is that?!.." after I said a tornado warning test shes like "oh, I WAS WONDERING WHY NO ONE ELSE WAS FREAKING OUT".
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#68 - gelind (06/23/2016) [-]
Tornado siren or he lives near a college that has a speaker warning system.
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#67 - fritters (06/23/2016) [-]
It's random stuff off my phone, so unfortunately it will put some of my personal vids sometimes. That was me leaning out of my back window, nothing funny really.
#72 - micekill (06/23/2016) [-]
hey man, it as funny to me