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    Quote Originally Posted by Gish View Post
    I bet feminists are just jealous they can't easily piss their name in the snow.
    i accept this challenge

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    i accept this challenge
    Me too! Is this cheating?
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    Quote Originally Posted by raine_lynn View Post
    Yes, because that's a tool. If we were going to use tools I'd piss into a CNC piss-printing robot.


    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    i accept this challenge
    I'd definitely be impressed.
    Whoops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    i didn't mean to imply that i didn't think men had anything useful to contribute about feminism. i was speaking more specifically about posts #51-57 in this thread (which is all i had the stomach to read.)
    Quote Originally Posted by raine_lynn View Post
    Okay, this is a fair point and I concede that men have made valuable contributions, historically, to the feminist movement.

    However, this doesn't give men the right to dismiss complaints by women on women's issues, which seems to be a major problem in this thread.
    Fair enough; I admit, I didn't even read the thread and I think I'll spare myself that pain if that is the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gish View Post
    I bet feminists are just jealous they can't easily piss their name in the snow.
    Like Freud said, it's all penis envy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gish View Post
    I bet feminists are just jealous they can't easily piss their name in the snow.
    jock wrote my name in the snow with his best cocksmanship,
    it was the best and most romantic first christmas present ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    i have no interest in arguing this with you, i've seen enough of your opinions on women on this forum before to know it's a waste of effort. all i ask is that you try to consider that the women that you know personally aren't representative of all women in the country. because i can tell from so many of your posts you come from a somewhat liberal, upper-middle class background and that's not the reality of most people.
    i didn't mean to imply that i didn't think men had anything useful to contribute about feminism. i was speaking more specifically about posts #51-57 in this thread (which is all i had the stomach to read.)

    actually i should have specified that i meant BOYS, not men.
    ...I hope judging people for their race, age, gender and upbringing all in one comment is not something you make a habit of, especially if you continue to dismiss any attempts they have at hearing your point of view when they've expressed a willingness to listen. if you're not willing to listen to what the other party has to say, explain yourself or engage in an honest conversation, you should stop making snarky, disrespectful comments and judging people before you even give them a chance at communicating their point of view.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmhmm View Post
    which feminists have you read/studied/listen to?
    no studies, just 100s of real life, self proclaimed feminists (I enjoy controversial conversation, they are a good source of it). though, I don't deny that there are lots of (generally more educated) feminists who are more open minded, less preachy and hold vastly different views (I've talked to a few of those as well. they made for better conversation and we actually tended to agree more than disagree), but there are plenty who are highly preachy, hypocritical and, well, just straight up angry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    no studies, just 100s of real life, self proclaimed feminists (I enjoy controversial conversation, they are a good source of it). though, I don't deny that there are lots of (generally more educated) feminists who are more open minded, less preachy and hold vastly different views (I've talked to a few of those as well. they made for better conversation and we actually tended to agree more than disagree), but there are plenty who are highly preachy, hypocritical and, well, just straight up angry.
    i'd recommend you to at least read the 10th grade level books of betty friedan or even gloria steinem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    no studies, just 100s of real life, self proclaimed feminists (I enjoy controversial conversation, they are a good source of it). though, I don't deny that there are lots of (generally more educated) feminists who are more open minded, less preachy and hold vastly different views (I've talked to a few of those as well. they made for better conversation and we actually tended to agree more than disagree), but there are plenty who are highly preachy, hypocritical and, well, just straight up angry.
    Yes, it would generally be a good idea to educate yourself on the subject before you go around making definite statements about it. If I told people I knew something about feminism because I've had a couple of coversations with kids in the women's studies department, I'd be fully justified in killing myself shortly after for having shamed myself by my arrogance and stupidity.
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