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#18 - Raynads birthplace 05/01/2015 on Blood Lake +4
#9 - Please explain why she is frying bread in a pan.  [+] (1 new reply) 04/30/2015 on Some of my fav internetcomics. 0
#11 - gjsmo (04/30/2015) [-]
#36 - What I mean is she brings nothing new to the table, it's all t…  [+] (6 new replies) 04/29/2015 on it makes you human +13
#37 - elsanna (04/29/2015) [-]
It's not like I like modern feminism, it's as you said nothing new and it's an outdated movement. My only regret is that I ever called myself a feminist at all. Egalitarian master race.
User avatar #146 - taniv (04/30/2015) [-]
She is a spokeswoman after all, it's kind of her job to represent what feminists stand for. I do think she's pushing for a good cause, and that outside western borders you can really see why feminism still needs to exist in the world. Most countries that shun women's rights are also shunning the rights of those without power or resources as well; they usually go hand in hand.
User avatar #160 - elsanna (04/30/2015) [-]
I agree that places in the middle east and others have massive human right's violations that especially and particularly hurt women (I'm a huge fan of Ayaan Hirsi Ali), and I support women's rights movements that target those countries. Unfortunately, and they are their own worst enemy, they have tainted feminism in such a way you can not be one without tons of connotations going with it. Which is why I've abandoned the name entirely. There are women who need help, all around the world. But men need help too, and I can not ignore the rights of one while helping the other. That's not equality.
User avatar #162 - taniv (04/30/2015) [-]
I'm totally for equality, all I gotta say is it's not all feminists, and that sounds like such a shitty obvious thing to say but it bears repeating. As far as I'm concerned, it doesn't matter what banner you fly if you're supporting the righteous goals. Like I'm a feminist and a humanitarian and an egalitarian and any word you want to use to describe being pro-human rights. If we push in the same direction, we're brothers and sisters in a cause. Same can be said about the opposite. I don't care what banner you fly when you commit wrongs. If you're trying to tear down the fresh fabrics of progress then you'll be treated in an appropriate manner, which hopefully means you receive education. Of course, someone's banner gives a good idea of what they stand for, but you can find knights without chivalry, cops without integrity, politicians who don't represent their people, and religious people who don't practice the peace they preach. Most feminists, in my optimistic eyes, are pro-rights for everyone and are genuinely concerned with men's issues. Their movement is focused on women's issues, but that's slowly just becoming "gender" issues as men and women approach a state of equality.

TL;DR Judge the person not their name
User avatar #164 - elsanna (04/30/2015) [-]
I agreed with most of that.

>Most feminists, in my optimistic eyes, are pro-rights for everyone and are genuinely concerned with men's issues.

Hold on to that beautiful optimism for as long as you can. Just remember inside every cynic is a disappointed idealist.
User avatar #165 - taniv (04/30/2015) [-]
I resonate with the last line, I'm trying so hard to see the good in people some days haha. Too many racists, dirty politicans, dirty cops, dirty criminal scum, and just downright bad people. I still believe we're making progress though, and I'll hold on to that.
#34 - I by "decent" you mean "not ******* insa…  [+] (8 new replies) 04/29/2015 on it makes you human +6
User avatar #35 - elsanna (04/29/2015) [-]
I think "completely wrong" is a tad bit of an exaggeration, but I don't care enough to argue the point. Good day.
User avatar #36 - rifee (04/29/2015) [-]
What I mean is she brings nothing new to the table, it's all the same things feminists have been saying all the time, the difference being she is famous. Good day.
#37 - elsanna (04/29/2015) [-]
It's not like I like modern feminism, it's as you said nothing new and it's an outdated movement. My only regret is that I ever called myself a feminist at all. Egalitarian master race.
User avatar #146 - taniv (04/30/2015) [-]
She is a spokeswoman after all, it's kind of her job to represent what feminists stand for. I do think she's pushing for a good cause, and that outside western borders you can really see why feminism still needs to exist in the world. Most countries that shun women's rights are also shunning the rights of those without power or resources as well; they usually go hand in hand.
User avatar #160 - elsanna (04/30/2015) [-]
I agree that places in the middle east and others have massive human right's violations that especially and particularly hurt women (I'm a huge fan of Ayaan Hirsi Ali), and I support women's rights movements that target those countries. Unfortunately, and they are their own worst enemy, they have tainted feminism in such a way you can not be one without tons of connotations going with it. Which is why I've abandoned the name entirely. There are women who need help, all around the world. But men need help too, and I can not ignore the rights of one while helping the other. That's not equality.
User avatar #162 - taniv (04/30/2015) [-]
I'm totally for equality, all I gotta say is it's not all feminists, and that sounds like such a shitty obvious thing to say but it bears repeating. As far as I'm concerned, it doesn't matter what banner you fly if you're supporting the righteous goals. Like I'm a feminist and a humanitarian and an egalitarian and any word you want to use to describe being pro-human rights. If we push in the same direction, we're brothers and sisters in a cause. Same can be said about the opposite. I don't care what banner you fly when you commit wrongs. If you're trying to tear down the fresh fabrics of progress then you'll be treated in an appropriate manner, which hopefully means you receive education. Of course, someone's banner gives a good idea of what they stand for, but you can find knights without chivalry, cops without integrity, politicians who don't represent their people, and religious people who don't practice the peace they preach. Most feminists, in my optimistic eyes, are pro-rights for everyone and are genuinely concerned with men's issues. Their movement is focused on women's issues, but that's slowly just becoming "gender" issues as men and women approach a state of equality.

TL;DR Judge the person not their name
User avatar #164 - elsanna (04/30/2015) [-]
I agreed with most of that.

>Most feminists, in my optimistic eyes, are pro-rights for everyone and are genuinely concerned with men's issues.

Hold on to that beautiful optimism for as long as you can. Just remember inside every cynic is a disappointed idealist.
User avatar #165 - taniv (04/30/2015) [-]
I resonate with the last line, I'm trying so hard to see the good in people some days haha. Too many racists, dirty politicans, dirty cops, dirty criminal scum, and just downright bad people. I still believe we're making progress though, and I'll hold on to that.
#32 - Why is this myth that "men don't cry" coming from? …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/29/2015 on it makes you human +1
#42 - Ken M (04/29/2015) [-]
I can't control 100% whether or not I will cry. I can certainly limit it. haven't shed a tear (outside of yawning) in years. and its great. people are far less likely to think you are a wuss. I'm good with that instead of being a little pansy and preaching this magic happy "everyone has feelings" nonsense. Get over yourselves and shove it. Crying make you look weak.
#36 - you can't be this dense... 04/28/2015 on Hey Officer 0
#26 - Ye I can agree on that 04/12/2015 on Mildly rage inducing +1
#12 - Really? I seem to remember the most liked cosplays on this sit… 04/12/2015 on Archer +3
#23 - I disagree (though I may as well be totally wrong). Yes, he's …  [+] (2 new replies) 04/12/2015 on Mildly rage inducing +1
User avatar #25 - struttndatass (04/12/2015) [-]
wow, thats.. excellent reasoning. and you're right, can't look too much at the current meta with those midrange friendly OP cards, emperor and the dragon consort, decent three drops and encouraging trades with card gimmicks.
but i still think you should never depend on the spells you get from nefarian, as there's a lot of useless spells in every class. it'll be more of a lottery where he only acts like a turn consuming big dude, potentially winning you the game, potentially losing you the game by not playing that belcher and that shredder
User avatar #26 - rifee (04/12/2015) [-]
Ye I can agree on that
#10574898 - didn't Funnyjunk use to have a second image hosting site (like… 04/09/2015 on Autism Board 0

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