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    Quote Originally Posted by Cygnus View Post
    Deluding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by violett View Post
    I forgave the typo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunyata View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    As salaries and employment prospects for women improve, we should see much less of that as the women will not need the financial support of exes. Women's economic independence is one of the goals of feminism.
    A terrible goal for feminism much like most marxist agendas. Women will always be dependent on men, or the state. Today's women depends on the state for her support. As more laws cater towards a women's needs those jobs which were better suited for a male role gets replaced by a lower quality female roles and vise versa. Look at the military for example which lowers their standards substantially for the benefit of women. Society functions best when people are good at what they do. Would you want a male daycare teacher that couldn't respond to the emotional needs of children or a female daycare teacher who could? Would you want a women firefighter who couldn't lift past 50lbs to get people out of a dangerous situation or a male firefighter who could lift over 80 lbs and carry two children on his shoulders?



    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    So what are "a woman's actual needs"? What about women whose needs are different? Are they not then women, or just bad women? Feminism pushes the idea that men should not be judged for leaving the workforce to care for family, any more than women should be judged for going to work. The full range of options should be available to everyone. I still see both kinds of judgment happening, though judgment on men taking non-traditional paths is much harsher. All feminism wants for women is the same "special privilege" men have always had; and conversely, to give men "special privileges" of not having to shoulder the breadwinner reponsibility alone, or being able to express themselves emotionally without being called a sissy.
    A women is biologically suited to raise children, many women are happy for filling this role however feminism does not support a women's decision to let her spend time raising her children properly. Feminism has taken that option out for women and forced them into the work force. Unsurprisingly much more women are unhappy today compared to women who grew up in the 70's. Men had no "special privlege" can you please name me the "special privleges" men had throughout history I would like know some. Men will always be the breadwinner, there is no women today who will get married to a man who cannot support himself feminists know this, they like to push special privileges onto women while simultaneously creating inequality for men.

    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    On the one hand, you are decrying families where women work outside the home as contributing to all kinds of social ills. On the other hand, you are objecting to a wife getting a large share of her ex's income in a divorce. In case you hadn't noticed, homemakers don't draw a salary, contribute to retirement plans, or get medical insurance through a job. Just a few decades ago, they couldn't even get a credit card on their own. You can't have it both ways. Either husbands share their income in a divorce, or women develop the means to be self-supporting, which means maintaining a job or profession.

    Women already have the means to be self supporting which is why I object to the current legal system. If women did not have these means of self supporting I would not object to it nearly as much. A man cannot pay for child support and alimony when his wife has taken 50% of his assets After she has taken his assests he is left with nothing but to become a slave and is in constant debt for the rest of his life. I actually hope feminism wins however I want all of these feminist ideals to follow through so that men withdraw from society all together. We all know that a state cannot function without the labor and skills of men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by violett View Post
    Have you had the opportunity to ask Barrack Obama on what basis he finds women more intelligent and in which way he thinks they are?
    His feminist/socialist agenda, most of his voters are women. correction most of his voters are "stupid" women since they believe this non sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by violett View Post
    I forgave the typo.
    I didn't.
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    Third-wave feminism is to the concept of equality between men and women as Ayn Rand is to classical liberalism (that's not meant to be complimentary), but the decline in marriage/fertility rates among the populations of developed countries predates the apparent permeation* of third-wave dogma among much of the population-its probably not helpful to the trend**, but its not the cause, either.

    *its difficult to determine how much of this online notability is real popularity and how much is fear and intimidation

    **I fear a morbidly entertaining scenario in about ten years when unmarried 30-somethings are comprised almost entirely of third-wave women and MRA men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    His feminist/socialist agenda, most of his voters are women. correction most of his voters are "stupid" women since they believe this non sense.
    I think he exhibits a deeper wisdom far beyond anything you are capable of understanding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Passacaglia View Post
    For example, your objection to women getting preference when it comes to child custody is shared by the feminism I know. As Magic Poriferan mentioned, the feminists I know would say that no gender-based preference should be shown to divorcing parents, because people ought to be treated as individuals rather than as stereotypes. Merit over birth, and all that.
    I'm curious can you name these feminists who object to women getting preference when it comes to child custody? Do you know them or what they are trying to do or are you just making this shit up? seriously. From my understanding feminists seem to be more concerned with "female objectification in video games", then any of these real male issues today or even terrible female issues that occur in other countries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by violett View Post
    I think he exhibits a deeper wisdom far beyond anything you are capable of understanding.
    I disagree, his policies keep failing miserably and are nothing knew. He's pushing a marxist propaganda to gain votes, they sound all nice and fluffy and pretty but don't actually work in practice. 4 years and no progress no surprise here.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQzz-TpRfC4

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