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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    And displaying a lovely example of what misogyny is. Can't forget that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    And displaying a lovely example of what misogyny is. Can't forget that.
    According your mind it's misogyny because you are manipulated by cultural marxism when in fact it's not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by violett View Post
    I didn't hammer it. But my daugher definitely would have, or at least she claims she would, I would have paid to see her, lol.
    My sister does this also. Even my boss makes a stab at it but the whole "I married an Asian so I cannot be called a racist" is countered by me marrying a woman

    It was nice to see her stymied though

    The thing is that people who hammer stuff tend to harden the resistance to it. If someone told me I had to be completely pc at work, I'd find a way around it. I'm not below feigning ignorance to put two fingers up to the authority... Even if I am, by name, management... It's an odd balance but I'm enjoying it.
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    I'm not sure how that quote was an answer to the question I posed.

    Is there such a thing as fiscal conservatism, cultural conservatism, neo-conservatism, theo-conservatism, paternal conservatism, liberal conservatism, libertarian conservatism or has conservatism reached its fifth or sixth wave?
    Both conservatism and liberalism are two sides of the same coin ideologies change because of technology and advancement. What is liberal today could be conservative tomorrow. If you want to label them as waves that works also I don't see how that is hard to understand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    According your mind it's misogyny because you are manipulated by cultural marxism when in fact it's not.
    Lmao. You're adorable.
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    The question of defining feminism intrigued me, so I looked around...


    Are these a good representation:
    • American Association of University Women
    • National Women Law Students Organization
    • Ninety-Nines
    • National Organization for Women
    • Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
    • Women's Refugee Commission

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarlaxle View Post
    The question of defining feminism intrigued me, so I looked around...


    Are these a good representation:
    • American Association of University Women
    • National Women Law Students Organization
    • Ninety-Nines
    • National Organization for Women
    • Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
    • Women's Refugee Commission

    ?
    You know, I already gave what I believe to be a pretty decent summary of what feminism is supposed to be about, but this is a good question. I'm just some random person, right? So instead, what actually qualifies as a legitimate source for a definition of feminism?
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    Why are these institutions around though? For what purpose?
    Why, in this age, are they gender specific?

    Btw us the male version if the national organisation for women the nra or am I missing a cultural thing here?
    Isn't it time for a colourful metaphor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    You know, I already gave what I believe to be a pretty decent summary of what feminism is supposed to be about, but this is a good question. I'm just some random person, right? So instead, what actually qualifies as a legitimate source for a definition of feminism?
    I meant defining the movement, not the ideology - determining not what it is but who it is (Thus the list of organizations).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    Why are these institutions around though? For what purpose?
    Why, in this age, are they gender specific?

    Btw us the male version if the national organisation for women the nra or am I missing a cultural thing here?
    You are basically asking the question of whether or not we should have feminism or egalitarianism. Trying to answer that question runs us smack into the intercategorical-anticategorical dilemma.

    WTF is that, you say? Basically, an intercategorical approach means acknowledging and more a less accepting existing social categories, and use that to make distinctions between the more and less privileged ones, to understand what we have to change to make society fair. An anticategorical approach says that the division of people into categories is itself the root of prejudice and discrimination, so the only thing we can ever really do to end these practices is leave the categories behind.

    You are probably more of the anticategorical mindset, if I had to guess.

    I personally think both of these have pros and cons, and that this problem is a very difficult one. I agree with the ultimate conclusion of anticategoricalism; if we ever hope to complete end prejudice between certain groups, we have to simply reject the concept of those groups at all. The problem is, successfully switching to an anticategorical mindset before conditions between groups is equal enough, might simply result in people coming to ignore the problem before the injustices of inequality are actually gone (see Stephen Colbert's running joke about being "color blind").

    So it's a situation where there's a certain step that has to be taken in order to ever achieve the goal, but if the step is taken too soon everything goes to shit.
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