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    So...why is it cool to not be a feminist? Really. Give me a good answer to this. It's all trendy now. You're not cooler than I am, and I'm not cooler than you are, we just have opinions. Are women thinking they're more desirable to men if they are not a feminist?

    I have to go but I'll finish the test later. And I don't want to sign up for something.

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    Why I got 68%; As many has stated this test was biased and as many others, I found myself having to choose between two lesser greats in some situations.
    We have a party on its way to parliament, one of the women openly wants to remove the rights already established to men, and only men. Also wanting to state a law that men must pay extra taxes for all the rape that is going on. Needless to say, I don't approve of collective punishment, neither do I approve of removing rights. I'd rather enlighten and illuminate, and create a working society for any person within regardless - basically treating all as any kind.
    Also, there's the hard workings of our culture, not sure that's always a good thing either but that remains to see. We haven't had big corporations for that long. Hard working is neat and all but if you end up having to choose between different kinds of greatness because of the rhythm the world cannot sustain, I'm not particularly convinced it's a good thing. Either way, that can be solved by people rather than systems, by reaching out to the yin&yang system, but not necessarily within physical genders. Since cultural phenomenon does cause personalities and how they blahblahblahblah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grey_beard View Post
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    Ah, the generation thing. (@grey_beard nods head sagely but mournfully.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    My criteria for a mate are beauty, loyalty, culture and maternal instincts, and no feminist views. I have never come across a girl on those forums who meets all of those criteria. They are all screwed up in one way or other. As you can imagine it wasn't very long before I and my friends got kicked off for "misogyny". Embrace your feminist sisters

    Actually I have met much nicer girls on these kinds of forums, it's just frustrating about the feminism. Really frustrating.
    That must be very hard for you...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    My criteria for a mate are beauty, loyalty, culture and maternal instincts, and no feminist views. I have never come across a girl on those forums who meets all of those criteria. They are all screwed up in one way or other. As you can imagine it wasn't very long before I and my friends got kicked off for "misogyny". Embrace your feminist sisters

    Actually I have met much nicer girls on these kinds of forums, it's just frustrating about the feminism. Really frustrating.
    This is sort of a curiosity question more than anything, but...what is your reasoning for not wanting to meet any women who believe they deserve the same rights/privileges that you do, as a man? It's a mentality that I admittedly struggle to understand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by captain curmudgeon View Post
    This is sort of a curiosity question more than anything, but...what is your reasoning for not wanting to meet any women who believe they deserve the same rights/privileges that you do, as a man? It's a mentality that I admittedly struggle to understand.
    Feminists believe that the traditional family is evil, gender roles should not exist and simply fantasizing about having sex with a hot girl you see makes you a rapist.

    Come on, anyone who believes that is seriously screwed up...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    Feminists believe that the traditional family is evil, gender roles should not exist and simply fantasizing about having sex with a hot girl you see makes you a rapist.

    Come on, anyone who believes that is seriously screwed up...
    It seems that your issue is that you cannot hold a conversation either using or understanding proper terminology. Feminism is defined as the belief that men and women should be treated equally, both under the law and in practice. You appear to either be incapable or unwilling to differentiate between reality and a stereotype. I'm not sure which is more dangerous/ tragic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    Feminists believe that the traditional family is evil, gender roles should not exist and simply fantasizing about having sex with a hot girl you see makes you a rapist.

    Come on, anyone who believes that is seriously screwed up...
    LOL. That must be why I have this traditional family and think Paul Rudd is probably pretty great in the sack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by captain curmudgeon View Post
    It seems that your issue is that you cannot hold a conversation either using or understanding proper terminology. Feminism is defined as the belief that men and women should be treated equally, both under the law and in practice. You appear to either be incapable or unwilling to differentiate between reality and a stereotype. I'm not sure which is more dangerous/ tragic.
    Terminology is a lot less important to me than what people actually believe.

    Words =/= actions

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