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Women's Rights shouldn't be
Women getting what they want
And men apologising for having penises


Yes, I should get equal pay for equal work. Yes, I should be allowed to go to school and have a job. Yes, I should be allowed to never marry, support myself, and not raise kids if I so choose.

However, the implications of the word feminism has become nothing more than women living a fantastic life of their dream job and spending their whipped husbands' money after getting offended that he didn't cook dinner AND hold the door for her.

It's reverse discrimination and it's wrong.

Feminism has become an awful movement I'd never want a part of. Why? Because it hates men for nothing and takes away a woman's rights, saying she is an awful person for wanting to be a stay-at-home mom, or that she has to have a traditional "man's" job.

I understand this isn't all feminists, nor is it the true point, but I will only be a part of something that is truly for equal rights--and in my eyes, that isn't it.

Edit: SO many people keep bringing up the fact that all feminists aren't like that. If you've read the above, you would see that I understand that. The point is that the term feminist hurts the cause. Why? Because even if extremists are the minority and have nothing to do with the general group's feelings or decisions, they have tainted it. If I ask almost anyone I know, they'll say they hate feminists. The extremists are hurting the equal rights movement and have, in the public eye, taken over this section of it. I say cut it off before it rots the rest.


Super edit! After talking to someone, I realised something that might help. I study linguistics. I eat, sleep, and breathe language. I plan to be a syntactician, which would also mean I'll work with semantics some. Word choice is important to me, and the implications embedded in the word "feminism make me uncomfortable. How about "equal rights activist" or "gender egalitarian"? Better, how about "good person"? I'm NOT saying you're a bad person for being a feminist, I'm saying that I disagree with the term. I'm NOT saying this is what feminism is, I'm saying that it's uncomfortably close to implying this to me. Regardless, the stamp itself says nothing on feminism and merely speaks to what you all like to call "feminazis". I even had a discussion with a feminist friend not long ago; we agreed that we were saying the same thing under different terms.
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Tunder2510 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Yea! I am female myself and i hate it when someone is being mean to men just because they are men. :stare:
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Commander-Dominic Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2014
Agreed.
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MarvelscaleMilotic Featured By Owner Edited Nov 25, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, the way I see it, there are two types of feminism:
- the ones who want men and women to be equal, a group I'll gladly support. In this context, the words "feminism", "humanism" and "equalism" are pretty much interchangable.
- the other group consists of man-haters, people who want women to get rights at the cost of men and who want to solve all women's problems but do nothing about men's problems. These can be called "radical feminists" and "misandrists".

I believe in equality, and that's also why I don't like the term "feminism", since it's biased in favour of women. Yes, women face more sexism than men, so it's understandable, but men also face discrimination and unrealistic standards, so the term "feminism" feels too biased to me. I prefer "equalism", because I believe everybody is equal, regardless of gender, skin colour, religion, political views, nationality, sexual preference or whatever. But I have no problem with calling myself a feminist in an equality-minded context.

I also don't fully agree with the term "patriarchy", something feminists often talk about, while people describing themselves as "equalists" or "humanists" do not. After all, men face problems too, and I don't think those are caused by so-called patriarchy. Those are caused by the opposite: bias in favour of women, think about divorces and child custody, or men getting punished when being accused of rape without proof while men saying they're raped, mistreated, beaten up or depressed won't be taken seriously. Both men and women face sexism and problems, so there's "patriarchy" in some issues, but 'matriarchy" in others. I don't think this society is a full-on "patriarchy". This is another reason why I prefer calling myself "equalist" over "feminist". But again, when it comes to pure equal rights without bias to either gender, I'm okay with calling myself "feminist" in such a context.

I completely understand why many feminists still prefer the word "feminist": because women still face more opression and issues than men, which I acknowledge. However, many people, including ones supporting full-on gender equality, refuse to identify as "feminist", because of the radical sound, the negative connotation, the association with misandry many people have. Because of that, I think equality-supporting feminists and masculinists should work together in one movement called "equalism". Here, there is no place for radical feminists or masculinists, only for people supporting full equality, people who oppose all gender inequalities. The people in this movement focus on both genders's issues, not just one gender's issues. That way, such a movement will gain much more support and sympathy. With a term called "equalism", the term has no bias towards one gender, so way more people will see this movement as an equality movement. Too often, feminism is seen as an anti-men movement, even though that's not justified (outside of the radicals), and changing the name into "equalism" and focusing on both genders will solve that problem.

Eventually, the goal is equality, and then, whether it's called feminism or equalism shouldn't matter to the supporters of this movement. What does matter is coming closer to equality. And with the term "equalism", I believe this is much easier than with the term "feminism".
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InkyShade Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2014  Student
Real feminism is only about equality between men and women, not about hitting on men.
Feminists who fight for men being abused are no real feminists.

A shame to see what a bad image feminism got during the last few years :(
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Briannabater Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2014  Professional Photographer
If you study linguistics, did you bother to see what the definition of feminism actually is?  Or would you rather continue to let anti-feminists on the internet define it for you?

It has nothing to do with hating men, nor discouraging women from being stay-at-home moms, nor stealing money from husbands (seriously, where do you get this stuff?)

Feminism is about building economic, political, and social gender equality.  That's it.

Now, there's another step that involves analysis - taking a step back to realize that women don't have that equality right now.  Every president int he history of the US has been a man and men lead every legislature in every state in the country, and lead every industry in every sector.  They get paid more money than women for the same work, and institutional sexism manifests itself in our society in such a way to make women have to live in fear of being raped or assaulted.  We're not even treated the same way as men are with respect to the draft and we only recently won the fight to be "allowed" into combat zones in the military.  So we have a few problems to address.

That's what feminism is about.
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Alektorotelumphobia Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2015  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you! 
I think many people confuse feminism with matriarchy. Matriarchy is no better than patriarchy, but people love to say people that matriarchists are feminists, but they aren't.
I'm happy I'm a feminist, and I was raised 3rd generation feminist and I hate when I hear people talking about feminism yet they really have no clue what they are talking about. The tenets people believe represent feminism aren't even close to the feminism I was raised with and continue to follow and study.
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Adoptables-Hoe Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
The reason every president in America is male is because there are barely any women who bother to run for US president. 

And are you still going on about the wage gap that doesn't exist?
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Briannabater Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2014  Professional Photographer
Actually, 198 women have run for president or vice president in the short amount of time since women finally won the right to vote.

And yes.  A substantial and measurable wage gap remains in the US even if you control for hours worked, education, position, experience and anything else you could think to control for.  en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Male%E2%…
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Adoptables-Hoe Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
I mean in the past. Obviously, women did not have voting rights at that time, but people still seem to think that women never ever do. I'm glad you showed me the statistics, though.

But I doubt that they weren't elected for the sole fact that they are women (though there probably are people out there that voted against her.)

On a different note, the wage gap has been debunked countless times. I'd be welcome to link you, but I'm on antibiotics right now and I totally doubt this comment is even logical.
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Briannabater Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2014  Professional Photographer
What do you mean by "I mean in the past"?

I already linked you to a large number of academic studies and a clear analysis that there's a gender wage gap.

Sexism is funny, right?  Some people will explicitly vote against someone because they're a woman while others might refuse to donate them because they "clearly can't win," etc.
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Adoptables-Hoe Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
That's because the studies seem to group all people together. Why should a woman who works in gender studies get the same pay as a man who works in STEM research?

And if a woman is earning less that a man in the *same* job, then tell the damn management. My mother did that when she was earning less, and they fixed it.


Sexism is 2spoop.
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Briannabater Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2014  Professional Photographer
Again, a substantial and measurable wage gap remains in the US even if you control for hours worked, education, position, experience and anything else you could think to control for. 

It sounds like your mother herself experienced a gender wage gap and she was only able to address it by speaking up.

I'm speaking up to to help address it for all women. 
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Adoptables-Hoe Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
If someone legitimately experiences a gender wage gap, they need to speak to management. As you obviously know, it's incredibly unfair, and the only way to get as you want is to speak up. Women should be able to speak up for themselves, instead of relying on a movement to back them up.
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lidsworth Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
The word feminism makes me cringe. I hate it. 
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DancingCow101 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2014
This!
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the-green-gallad Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I wish everyone was a feminist because whatever your talking aboutis nothing like feminism
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Briannabater Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2014  Professional Photographer
Yep
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omegaomni Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2014
Well said. As of late feminism is about making male sexuality a crime. We have a government that is willing do destroy the lives of men just to seem pro feminists in a vain attempt to get women voters.  And women are indoctrinated at an early age that they are victims and anything to do with sex is evil. 
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InsanityHearts Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014
This is a wonderful stamp. Thank you for making it. I hope it's ok if I use it. 
Recently I came upon a feminist woman who claimed that the most reasonable thing for her to do after delivering her baby boy is say that she doesn't want a male child that will probably grow up to oppress women. However, she didn't do this and decided to raise him as a feminist himself. Hopefully, her maternal instincts have kicked in by now, or I'm seriously worried about that boy's upbringing. 
While I'm sure there are a countless wonderful feminists that only want equal rights, I'll never be able to consider myself a part of it because of the bad members. 
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The-Undead-Madoka Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree! Sure, women have to work for their rights and all, but men shouldn't be shamed and have rights taken away because they are men. That wouldn't solve not one problem because the women would just be treating the men the EXACT SAME WAY they were treated.

I am a feminist in that I do think that women shouldn't be EXPECTED to have a child, or to get married, or stay at home and cook, etc. But giving that job to a man and also expecting them to act 'like a gentleman' is dumb. It's like they are wanting men to act "like men" and endure the same stereotype they have all at once and them just do whatever they want to.
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VikingPoneSwordsgirl Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
This is second wave feminism that you are describing, not the current wave.

I wouldn't act like a jerk just because I belong to a social movement. That's wrong no matter what movement you are a part of. That's common courtesy.
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deadpeopleparty Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
NOT ALL PEOPLE WITH PENISES AR MEN NEITHER IS IT THE OTHER WAY AROUND
DONT EQUATE GENDER WITH GENITALIA
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LeopoldBranded Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
don't equate gender to gender identity.
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deadpeopleparty Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
what exactly do you mean?what i meant by that was someones gender identity is never determined by their genitals. do you mean that someones assigned sex at birth is not to be equated with gender identity?if so, i totally agree with you.
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LeopoldBranded Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i agree that gender identity is never determined by individuals genitals. I was speaking more about legal aspects, cuz most states DO equate genitals with gender. This isn't that much of an issue because you need to be psychological evaluated to legally become a different gender, and most, if  not all trans DO want surgery and hormonal replacement therapy. There's exceptions, such as people that are afraid of surgery and people that just have gender dysphoria, so many places are changing their laws to accommodate that too, like germany(The Transsexuellengesetz law <3)
But related to the image radfems are against transexuals anyway

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deadpeopleparty Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
im planning on writing a longer response, but im on holiday. once i get home i promise i will! enjoy this beautiful graphic in the meantime....
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b1bstarvox Featured By Owner May 27, 2014
just saying that if you meant what you said at the start of the journal IT ALREADY HAPPEND  
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b1bstarvox Featured By Owner May 27, 2014
you are fucking awesome
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space-danny Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2014
i dont think i ever saw a guy apologizing for how he acted towards a female tho
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WildFangStudios Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree. I am a female but I clearly understand how SOME feminists go overboard. The truth is that there's radicals on every side and, as you said, "...even if extremists are the minority and have nothing to do with the general group's feelings or decisions, they have tainted it." Everyone wants equal rights and often with good reason, but if anyone wants their voice to be heard, they have to be willing to listen to both sides and be rational, not mean-spirited or disrespectful.
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MorningMelon Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Hobbyist
YES! The semantics are my biggest problem, as well. But everything else you said is pretty much exactly what I think.
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Saaally Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2013
should NOT be taken seriously**** arg kill me
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Saaally Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2013
also, women are pretty damn far from be living a fantastic life. and even further from demanding men to cook.
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Saaally Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2013
"However, the implications of the word feminism has become nothing more than women living a fantastic life of their dream job and spending their whipped husbands' money after getting offended that he didn't cook dinner AND hold the door for her."

I honestly don't know what you are talking about. i don't think there really is a 'reverse discrimination' of that kind going on at all. what exists is, men get seriously damn butthurt and feel threatened by women calling out on the bullshit imposed to them, like it's a damn competition, and it's not. so to everything women say is done wrong to them, men will say that changing that will somehow fuck them up. this a fallacy and i'm tired of it. Feminists who even dream of saying ridiculous shit like 'men should be castrated' should be taken seriously and for shit's sake, that's not the right anyone is fighting for.
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ErtemSzulettel Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2014
What they mean is that most feminist groups have started demanding more rights and entitlement for middle-class, white Women in the West, those who aren't oppressed or discriminated against on a daily basis rather than working towards the liberation of women living in Patriarchal systems (such as those that can be found in Eastern countries), women of colour, lower-class or homeless women, disabled or mentally ill women, and transgender individuals.
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Saaally Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2014
The problem is that you are wrong about middle-class women in the west not being oppressed. Feminism has never "demanded" any absurd, unfair entitlement, all it has achieved was simple rights every human being should have access to and it was extremely needed and heloful when it started and still is nowadays - of course things are much much better now and women have the rights they deseve and are a little more respected but not as respected as they should be - but in the social hierarchy we are still bellow men and we have evidences of that on a daily bases. I dare you to find one woman over 30 in the so called first world who hasn't suffered sex harassment [which only happens because some people lack respect for women, no other reason] and i dare you to find any woman of any age who hasn't been underestimated or ignored [= discriminated] for being a female. and apparently many men are, understandably, incapable of seeing that because, fuck empathy and why would they give a shit when itdoesn'y affect them, right? Biggest proof of that is the  backlash of feminism where some white men are butthurt and hate feminism for taking away some of what they see as privileges, like fucking marital rape [that is a small group but out there there is a shit load of men actually butthurt about not being able to abuse women as they could in the old days. there are dozens of websites where men unite to bash women and actually harass them online to the point of threatening, creating online lists with their address and shit]

But yeah, women of colour, women in eastern countries are beyond fucked, women in most third world countries too [im from brasil, live now in the US and honestly not a big difference] take more shit, but make no mistake - women in general still take more shit.
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ErtemSzulettel Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2014
I agree that women still face discrimination at the hands of men but from where I stand, it's no different from the discrimination that men face on a daily basis at the hands of women.

Living in the Western World women have the right to vote, to education, to work, to own property, to pursue a military career, to refuge, to live her life without being dependent on a male. Yes, we have issues that we face on a daily basis but so do men so I do not and cannot consider women living the the Western World as oppressed.

You mention sexual harassment which is still rife, yet you don't mention that women have more facilities available to help when faced with emotion or physical abuse than men do (where I live, women have over 500, men have 23) even thought statistics show that the abuse of men and women is equal. You mention being underestimated or ignored, yet make no mention of the underestimation of men of colour and gay men on a daily basis.

These things are not gendered issues, they are human issues and if feminism were about equality, then it would be looking to fix all of these problems not just strive for equality where women are disadvantaged yet ignore the areas where women hold an advantage (such as the judicial and custodial systems).

As it is, feminist's have invaded male safe-spaces to tell them they got what they deserved, boycotted meetings discussing the building of refuges for male victims and protested against the inclusion of male rape victims and female rapists in rape laws. If women were oppressed, truly oppressed, they would not have the power to do that.
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Saaally Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2014
I'm sorry but i disagree. Women face discrimination by the hands of men and women AND themselves very often. Men don't suffer that kind of discrimination, only a few "stereotypes" that are mostly imposed by the patriarchy which is what feminism is trying to end anyway. Men are not discriminated for being men - there are sex stereotypes but not discrimination and belief that they are inferior because of their gender, on the contrary. 

Women are not oppressed by law, only socially, they are. Get raped and try getting people to take you seriously and not immediately assume you were dressing like a whore and that it was your own fault, and you'll see how non-oppressed you are. It's only a social issue. I think it's getting better anyway, but yeah. To me what makes it clear that discrimination against women IS a gender issue is how much people objectify women and lay their value on looks and sex appeal. Proof that a lot of men don't respect them as equal is how much violence, particularly sexual violence, is directed toward them. Raping and sexually harassing and domestic violence happen because some men don;t respect women and feel entitled to do as they please, simple as that. Women treat men as humas and yet women still get treated as inferior or as objects faaaar too often. An awful lot of men still seriously assume most women don't have interests or personality or anything that's worth other than a sex opportunity. 

I don't know what kind of asshole you;'re talking about but No true feminism movement have and ever will "boycott" buildings of refuges for males, feminism has never ever been about boycotting men in any way, on the contrary, they get involved in such causes, and it was feminism that recently managed the only campaign to EVER in history substantially decrease cases of domestic violence. The most influential "activism" for men's rights, "men's rights moviment", google it, does not help men in need, men who face domestic violence, rape, they don;t help anyone at all, all they do - and i mean it, ALL they do - is talk about how women are inferior and only good for sex. Men are so discriminated and in need that all they bother doing is complain about evil feminist taking away their marital right to rape their wives, i mean??? 

Anyways. we might as well agree to disagree. But just to make it clear i realize that things are infinitely better now than back then but i still believe females are the only ones being actually discriminated by their gender, and that ridiculous assholes groups out there who call themselves feminists are an insignificant minority that a lot of people keep using as an excuse to bash women and feminism in general. There are people who actually use that to argue that women shouldn't be allowed to open their shitty mouths and that their heads are empty.

because you seem interesting, check this out: manboobz.com, very funny and shows you what people against feminism are like.
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SilenntKing Featured By Owner May 21, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
So far I've seen you stereotype all men as sexist idiots, use less than accurate arguments, lower men for your own cause, undermine oppression, for some reason argue that feminism is helpful in any way, and preach about an organization you've barely looked into.
So pretty much a near perfect mirror of everything you've whined about...
Yea, using big posts to sound smart, and hope no one notices you're a raging hypocrite, doesn't really work.
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Saaally Featured By Owner May 21, 2014
I do not do any of that at all, I'm in fact so completely non-bitter about men and dont at all believe the majority of them are sexist that your little attempt to turn the table or whatever does not affect me in the least. You can go ahead and call anyone who stands against sexism "man-hating" as it suits you, it's your loss.
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SilenntKing Featured By Owner May 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Aw, that's cute.

Stereotype all men as sexist idiots: "men get seriously damn butthurt and feel threatened by women calling out on the bullshit imposed to them, like it's a damn competition, and it's not. so to everything women say is done wrong to them, men will say that changing that will somehow fuck them up"
There's actually a lot more but I don't think copy pasting everything you've said is a good idea so here's the first one.

Use less than accurate arguments: "No true feminism movement have and ever will "boycott" buildings of refuges for males, feminism has never ever been about boycotting men in any way, on the contrary, they get involved in such causes, and it was feminism that recently managed the only campaign to EVER in history substantially decrease cases of domestic violence."

Lower men for your own cause: "Men are so discriminated and in need that all they bother doing is complain about evil feminist taking away their marital right to rape their wives"
Oh yea you know exactly what guys go through. Everyone's sympathetic to themselves, rarely to others, right? after all "
fuck empathy and why would they give a shit when itdoesn'y affect them, right?"

Undermine oppression:"of course things are much much better now and women have the rights they deseve and are a little more respected but not as respected as they should be"
Love how you skipped over real oppression without a backward glance.

For some reason argue that feminism is helpful in any way: "and it was feminism that recently managed the only campaign to EVER in history substantially decrease cases of domestic violence"

Preach about an organization you've barely looked into: ""men's rights moviment", google it, does not help men in need, men who face domestic violence, rape, they don;t help anyone at all, all they do - and i mean it, ALL they do - is talk about how women are inferior and only good for sex."
Honestly I don't know anything about this group but the odds that I don't and you do, are really low.

Hang on I've got one more quote for you: "using big posts to sound smart, and hope no one notices you're a raging hypocrite, doesn't really work." Recognize that one?
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ErtemSzulettel Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2014
Being a rape victim, I was slightly offended by your Get raped and try getting people to take you seriously and not immediately assume you were dressing like a whore and that it was your own fault, and you'll see how non-oppressed you are comment, considering my rapist was female and I was ignored primarily because of misandristic rape laws that state women are not capable of rape... but I will attempt to leave my sensitivities out of this.

We are going to have to agree to disagree on a lot of these issues. I have talked to many feminists which make me doubt the movement, and have been the target of feminist hate because of my views which is why I have the sceptical views that I have. Even though this is the case, I acknowledge that feminism is a broad movement and as with any movement of considerable size, it has it's extremists.

Anyway, I respect your opinions even if they do not align with mine and I hope that you can respect mine.
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Saaally Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2014
I'm so sorry, i couldn't have guessed that. My bad, shame on me. 
The laws say that rape = forcing your penis into someone, so yeah you have to be a male to be capable of raping, but other forms of what we consider rape is considered by law sexual harassment, to varying degrees, and is also punisheable by law, and why are female rapists underestimated and their victims laughed at? Because society thinks that men are the predatory ones and that women are weak and fragile and couldn;t possibly force a man to do anything because he would overpower her - which is yet another evil of the patriarchy which is what feminists try to fight. and women raping women is even more neglected because of similar bullshit, it's all fucked.

I do respect your opinion.
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ErtemSzulettel Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2014
It's okay, you don't have to be sorry for that. You were only stating your opinion and I agree, for the most part the laws on rape are based around the view that males are assailants and females are victims and that has to change. Thank-you for being so civil.
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Xengui Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
My mom is exactly like this.... I swear whenever I get the chance I'm bolting, she always wanted a daughter and not a son anyway.
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kitsumekat Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2013
Why is it that the feminist on your stamp is proving you right? Also, stop invoking the No True Scottman Fallacy here! They're feminist the minute they claim to be one.
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IronBatMaiden91 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2013
Thanks for writing this because it's so true of these fucking third wave feminists!

They're like the spoiled children of the foremothers of first and second wave feminism!

It pisses me off!
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GingaFreak11 Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2013  Student Writer
Men need rights too! Men are beaten and raped everyday and nobody does anything (police officers laugh).
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PartyRockingPikachu Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes that's true. Men do get raped, molested, and beaten. But that's not going to change the fact that in society women/people with a uterus are oppressed, catcalled, raped, sexually assaulted, and slut shamed every single day. 'Men get raped' should be one sentence. If you add a 'too' to the end, you're basically saying that as a way to silence women.
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Saaally Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2013
they laugh AND shame women who get raped. and we get raped an awful lot more. men have all the rights dear, men are NOT oppressed. the patriachy affects men negatively too but feminism is supposed to fight those too. for instance, if the patriachy didn't tell us men are supposed to be emotionless, tough, and women are supposed to be delicate and well, inferior sex toys, they wouldn't laugh at men getting raped by them [even tough men mostly get raped by men and no officer will lol at that! they lol when it's by women] and women wouldn't be slut shamed for being violated like that. humans are fucked up.
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