Feminism.If so, what's the male version of feminism?
Feminists. (in case it needs clarifying, men can be feminists too....shhhh)Who looks out for man's rights?
But, I have a feeling you won't buy that, because the term has the icky word, "female", making up the word. So......there's also a reactive group called the Men's Right Movement.
In the way you are classifying it, yes. So, stop classifying it that way, or continue to be sexist.Would that not indicate that those rights are and should be different to a females? Isn't that making a separation without context based on sex? Does that not classify as sexism?
Why are you so keen to make me admit that this issue is an emotional one for me? Is this some sort of obsessive bias of yours? Prescribing to feminism, must mean I am a riled up female, that's coming at this from a place of emotion only, not rational thought?To turn your argument around, do you cling to the term feminism because it has innate virtue or are you doing it because you attach emotion to the word and want to keep it?
As if, even if I am, it proves...something? That emotion is weaker than rational thought?
It's very telling. Your first response to me, the very first line:
Shall I dissolve into hysteria as my final act? Or, swoon perhaps?
Is this what your argument now hinges on?
Yes, that must be it. I mean, every school of feminist thought agree and align perfectly with each other, and does not contradict the other on any points. So, a feminist must prescribe to all school of feminist thought, without, miraculously, experiencing cognitive dissonance, at some point. It's all emotions, anyway, not rational thought.Oh you must be one of those people who just uses labels because it's convenient and doesn't consider the implications. I have one for you, myopic.
I must be an outlier, a part-time feminist, for not agreeing with every feminist school of thought (hangs head in shame).If you, for your own reasons, decide to give yourself a label then you really should seek to find out what that label might mean to others otherwise you may think that jingoism is a form of eastern meditation.
Astounded by your depth and breadth of knowledge about feminist thought. Truly.