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#14 - Picture  [+] (10 new replies) 09/29/2014 on funny feminists +97
User avatar #27 - theexplodingcheez (09/29/2014) [-]
though it makes kind of a funny comic I guess, the point is retarded. Women who are forced to cover all their bodies are obviously more oppressed than women who can where whatever they want.
#32 - hurzg (09/29/2014) [-]
It's not how it works mate, no woman wakes up in the morning and says 'man, I need to show my legs'. Very few wants to change how they live, very few is oppressed. I'm not saying it's not bad, but it's something like men wanting to wear short shorts in public.
User avatar #31 - runescapewasgood (09/29/2014) [-]
nope. women are practically forced to put out in some way shape or form by high school (for me they did it by 8th grade).
whereas this woman CHOOSES to cover her whole body simply because she doesn't want to be judged by men purely by her looks.
women are only considered beautiful in western society if they show off their bodies, which doesn't give respect. whereas women in the middle east gain respect by not flaunting themselves and dressing modestly (just as the men are supposed to).

tl;dr women who aren't judged for beauty are judged for their minds and are thus more respected
User avatar #33 - theexplodingcheez (09/29/2014) [-]
actually, this woman *chooses* to cover her body because she would be beaten if she disobeyed. There's a difference between being molded by society's standards and having concrete laws saying you're less of a person in your country.
User avatar #43 - envinite (09/29/2014) [-]
Actually, these ninja women are not forced to wear Burqa, and they wouldn't be beaten or stoned if they don't wear it (unless if they live in the shittiest part of middle east, of course and I don't think there's a country that have a law that states that all women have to wear a burqa) . The thing is, muslim women are required to cover their hair, not face, that's why a hijab is more common than burqa.

Also Burqa is a part of middle eastern culture, not Islam, there's a difference.
#41 - wreckedcar (09/29/2014) [-]
you talk like every single woman who wears that kind of stuff is forced. Most can decide to not wear it. Yes, they will be molded by society afterwards, but its the same here isnt it? wheres the difference?
User avatar #16 - dragostarc (09/29/2014) [-]
the difference is how stoned they get later
#24 - xxxsonic fanxxx (09/29/2014) [-]
They might both get stoned hard later, one in a significantly more lethal way than the other though.
User avatar #36 - edbanger (09/29/2014) [-]
Yeah, one will probably inject three whole marijuanas
User avatar #53 - vegeta (09/29/2014) [-]
It's true 1 in 2 people dies from marijuana use.
A surfer has a better chance of dying from his bong than being attacked by a shark. This puts marijuana with the schedule 1 amphetamines and jewish stand-up.
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Meh, It's alright
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#1 - greedtheavaricious (08/22/2013) [-]
A pastor on FJ? And I thought I've seen it all.

#2 to #1 - tfixari (08/23/2013) [-]
hello, friend!

i should clarify: i'm an assistant pastor. i don't have my M. Div. yet. but yeah we exist.
#3 to #2 - greedtheavaricious (08/23/2013) [-]
So, what's the life of a pastor like? You seem to be a pretty cool guy with a good portion of humor when it comes to religion.
#4 to #3 - tfixari (08/23/2013) [-]
i mean in this day and age you HAVE to have a sense of humor about it, right?
to start, i will say that life as a pastor comes with a high level of scrutiny. there's definitely this expectation that we ought to be blameless people. and that's not really accurate considering that we're human beings just like everyone else, but there is some merit to that. we ARE supposed to live up to a high standard of morals because we're such prominent representatives of the faith. so that's one of the hardest parts of it.

but here's what makes it all worth it:
1. i get to connect with people. i've met so many amazing people who love God and love other people. it's such a great job in that way.
2. i get to tell people the greatest news they'll ever hear. preaching to people and telling them about the love of God is what i live for. that's why i love my job. i get opportunities to help people turn their lives around and live for Jesus. it's the best thing in the world!

keep in mind i've only scratched the surface. i've only been in this job for a year. most of it i've been studying under my mentor who is the lead pastor. i'm only 21 and haven't started seminary yet. i guess you could say that i'm only a "padawan" in terms of pastoral ministry (my mentor called me his padawan once. it was awesome).

sorry that i can't stay and chat more. i'm technically at work right now in the church. i should be working. but i can tell you more later if you like.

oh and one last thing: thanks for being so cool. you seem like a cool guy too.
User avatar #5 to #4 - greedtheavaricious (08/23/2013) [-]
I'd love to hear more later.

Have fun at work, and don't let anyone tell you what you're doing is wrong. It helps people getting their life on track, and that's what counts.
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