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Date Signed Up:8/21/2009
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#561 - women* OR makes* 09/11/2012 on greek 0
#304 - Comment deleted 09/11/2012 on Dolphin +2
#53 - do they ever show him actually wearing a shirt? how does he ge…  [+] (3 replies) 08/14/2012 on facebook (1) +6
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#70 - theavatarspupil (08/14/2012) [-]
they did in the anime once
#76 - anon (08/14/2012) [-]
Hate to be a Weeboo about things but wasn't the show made outside of Japan?
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#115 - theavatarspupil (08/14/2012) [-]
they made a series that was only aired in japan. it was made by Disney-japan
#290 - It's difficult to find people who both see this double standar…  [+] (2 replies) 06/14/2012 on hahahha womyn 0
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#293 - largilloquent (06/14/2012) [-]
well kate, what do you think on the matter? should the world change? and how so
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#311 - katiekat (06/14/2012) [-]
In Sweden and Norway, it's illegal to advertise to children under the age of 12. I think this kind of action would be highly advantageous to children, both male and female. If you look in the toy aisle today, you will find very distinct roles for little boys and girls. I think a more equal front concerning the initial development in children will create broader opportunities, and hopefully dissolve harmful stereotypes, at least until they're old enough to make their own judgement of them.
#281 - ...how? "Hi, I'm for the equality of women, but I'm n…  [+] (1 reply) 06/14/2012 on hahahha womyn 0
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#341 - largilloquent (06/14/2012) [-]
i have a simple sentence plan that may comfort you
i treat people based on what they prove they can do.
#265 - Feminism as a movement has a really weird place in society now…  [+] (11 replies) 06/14/2012 on hahahha womyn 0
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#300 - akkere (06/14/2012) [-]
I wouldn't say the odds aren't almost-always in favor of males, there's plenty of double-standards that follow through with women that feminists push, and that's why they're hated because they expect equal rights while persecuting the rights of men at times.

I wouldn't say Feminism isn't a credible movement, it's just a lot of feminists don't seem to really know what the hell they're doing, and give truth to these comics, numerous of which were made out of experience.
#276 - anon (06/14/2012) [-]
I see a lot of things that are positive that women see as disadventagious... like making less money on the dollar. Higher chance to get hired comes with that. im Male btw.
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#275 - largilloquent (06/14/2012) [-]
as soon as feminists start making sense, ill listen. example. ex girlfriend was feminist and always preached equality to me, then got offended by paying for things herself no having the door opened, not exercising "ladies first". because it seems like the feminists think like this > sexism if they dont like it, chivalry if they do<
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#290 - katiekat (06/14/2012) [-]
It's difficult to find people who both see this double standard and have a well-researched backing for their opinions as to why they feel women are not equal in society. Feminism is kind of scattered , and it's not like women receive direct, helpful information as to what it is.
If you are interested, I found this video to be an interesting take on how people learn what feminism is and isn't: www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnJxqRLg9x0&list=UU7Edgk9RxP7Fm7vjQ1d-cDA&index=9&feature=plcp
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#293 - largilloquent (06/14/2012) [-]
well kate, what do you think on the matter? should the world change? and how so
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#311 - katiekat (06/14/2012) [-]
In Sweden and Norway, it's illegal to advertise to children under the age of 12. I think this kind of action would be highly advantageous to children, both male and female. If you look in the toy aisle today, you will find very distinct roles for little boys and girls. I think a more equal front concerning the initial development in children will create broader opportunities, and hopefully dissolve harmful stereotypes, at least until they're old enough to make their own judgement of them.
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#272 - timmywankenobi (06/14/2012) [-]
finally someone who approaches this topic with logic it's so refreshing.
#267 - anon (06/14/2012) [-]
Solution:
Don't join a movement, make one.
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#291 - myrtille (06/14/2012) [-]
Then there would be 7 billion movements and nothing would get done.
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#281 - katiekat (06/14/2012) [-]
...how?
"Hi, I'm for the equality of women, but I'm not a feminist!"
Distance myself from others whom have the same goal? Start a movement that's not 'threatening' to the status quo, doesn't get anything accomplished, but is respected?
I have trouble in being comforted by a single-sentence plan of action, and I can't see how this obviously simple answer can be the solution to all our problems.
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#341 - largilloquent (06/14/2012) [-]
i have a simple sentence plan that may comfort you
i treat people based on what they prove they can do.