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    Quote Originally Posted by kathara View Post
    I am pretty confrontational, especially on feminism issues.

    Men flee.
    Most men don't even want to engage in a debate over feminism issues, the few that have with me have been very receptive and it's usually been a very informative exchange. I've never been disappointed in a debate with a male on feminism who was willing to engage in it. Odd now that I think about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tewt View Post
    A few will go so totally over the top aggressively, I've felt like I was supposed to back down or I was going to get physically hurt. Aggressive physical stances towards me, things being thrown near me or knocked over.
    wow, you teh r0x, lol!

    They didn't cow you, though, did they?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tewt View Post
    Most men don't even want to engage in a debate over feminism issues, the few that have with me have been very receptive and it's usually been a very informative exchange. I've never been disappointed in a debate with a male on feminism who was willing to engage in it. Odd now that I think about it.
    I live in a patriarchal society, so I am subjected to double standards constantly.

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    People tend to act aggressively when a minority of any kind doesn't know their place.

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    ^ Your racist sounding comment doesn't appeal to me although I know what you mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    ^ Your racist sounding comment doesn't appeal to me although I know what you mean.
    There are age, gender, religious, [insert whatever] minorities. Wherever there's a majority, there must be a minority. Maintaining the status quo is paramount to those in power.

    I'm no racist, I assure you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    wow, you teh r0x, lol!

    They didn't cow you, though, did they?
    Haha, I didn't think I rocked, I was pretty confused and I'll admit it kinda scared. But nah, I didn't back down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    There are age, gender, religious, [insert whatever] minorities. Wherever there's a majority, there must be a minority. Maintaining the status quo is paramount to those in power.

    I'm no racist, I assure you.
    I'm quite sure you aren't. It's just that the 'minorities should know their place' thing that made it sound a bit racist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    I'm quite sure you aren't. It's just that the 'minorities should know their place' thing that made it sound a bit racist.
    i read the part about not knowing their place as if it were in quotes. as in, "doesn't know their place".
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    ^ Well thats if you take it literally. I took "Know their place" as an idiom to mean that they are 'imposing themselves on others' and they should know what level of power of position they stand in.

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