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Some women are understanding the lies of feminism

Post by steve55 » January 25th, 2014, 12:30 am

Source - http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style ... 09849.html
Talking to women, the conversations were soon circling around pain, fear of loneliness, panic as the child-bearing years slip by, outrage at being treated as a down-valued commodity on the marriage market, and a sense of betrayal at a sexual revolution which seemed to guarantee orgasms but not the partners with which to have them

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Post by Ghost » January 25th, 2014, 5:13 am

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Post by zboy1 » January 25th, 2014, 9:16 am

Talking to women, the conversations were soon circling around pain, fear of loneliness, panic as the child-bearing years slip by, outrage at being treated as a down-valued commodity on the marriage market, and a sense of betrayal at a sexual revolution which seemed to guarantee orgasms but not the partners with which to have them.
Well, that's what the Women's Lib movement and feminism wanted: sexual liberation and freedom--and throw-away men. But, hey, consequences are a bitch, aren't they?

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Post by magnum » January 25th, 2014, 9:37 am

Yeah well, they didn't throw us men away, we ran screaming.

It's ok though, young attractive and far more educated women waited for us on the other side, thanks feminists, I might never have known a real woman or my true dating potential with women who see my true value.


Hope you enjoy staring at yours in the mirror when your 30 and look like a 50 year old from all the abuse you've done to your body.


I'll take my "not good enough" athletic body to women worth my time and a little over half my age.


To be honest I don't see the down side for the men that actually walk the walk.

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Re: Some women are understanding the lies of feminism

Post by Teal Lantern » January 25th, 2014, 7:19 pm

steve55 wrote:Source - http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style ... 09849.html
Talking to women, the conversations were soon circling around pain, fear of loneliness, panic as the child-bearing years slip by, outrage at being treated as a down-valued commodity on the marriage market, and a sense of betrayal at a sexual revolution which seemed to guarantee or****s but not the partners with which to have them
It'd be interesting to see how the years between '93~'13 went for them all.
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Post by Someone » January 25th, 2014, 7:28 pm

You guys are funny. You claim that America is a feminist country, but the politicians in this country are actively working to introduce trans-vaginal probes, restrict abortion rights, and restrict contraception.

Republicans consistently get elected here and more than half of the country is conservative. That's why America is disliked around the world. A country that re-elected GWBush, starts wars around the world, and wages a "war on women" is not a feminist country! If you said Canada or Denmark was feminist, I would agree, but not Ameri"k"a.

For the record, AW are rarely feminist. When Lady GaGa and Taylor Swift were asked about feminism they both said they rejected it. See this article, where a British journalist laments the fact that America is right-wing and anti-feminist:
http://www.theguardian.com/film/2013/ju ... w-the-east

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Post by Teal Lantern » January 26th, 2014, 5:22 am

Someone wrote:You guys are funny. You claim that America is a feminist country, but the politicians in this country are actively working to introduce trans-v****al probes, restrict abortion rights, and restrict contraception.

Republicans consistently get elected here and more than half of the country is conservative. That's why America is disliked around the world. A country that re-elected GWBush, starts wars around the world, and wages a "war on women" is not a feminist country! If you said Canada or Denmark was feminist, I would agree, but not Ameri"k"a.

For the record, AW are rarely feminist. When Lady GaGa and Taylor Swift were asked about feminism they both said they rejected it. See this article, where a British journalist laments the fact that America is right-wing and anti-feminist:
http://www.theguardian.com/film/2013/ju ... w-the-east
Two young, well-known, well-paid (based-partly-on-their-looks) women reject a LABEL associated with ugly harpies.
Let's not sound the all clear just yet.
Bill Clinton rejected having "sexual relations with that woman".
Nixon rejected being "a crook".

MOST women reject the label of "feminist". They don't reject the policies of no-fault divorce, paternity fraud, one-sided reproductive rights, & VAWA, though.
All of the rights and none of the responsibilities.
Her right to choose == his obligation to pay.
And, sometimes even that isn't enough.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/2 ... 37465.html

Feminists and "conservatives" both subscribe to the principle that men are expendable physically & financially if it benefits "society" (women, first, & sometimes children).

politicians in this country are actively working to ... restrict contraception

Hardly. Obama Care has massively raised the cost of men's insurance to subsidize women's contraception under the guise of ending "gender discrimination".
Also compare the number of contraception methods available for women vs. for men, then get back to us on who has fewer choices. :roll:
http://www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/U ... eption.htm
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Post by Ghost » January 26th, 2014, 3:00 pm

Someone wrote:You guys are funny. You claim that America is a feminist country, but the politicians in this country are actively working to introduce trans-v****al probes, restrict abortion rights, and restrict contraception.

Republicans consistently get elected here and more than half of the country is conservative. That's why America is disliked around the world. A country that re-elected GWBush, starts wars around the world, and wages a "war on women" is not a feminist country! If you said Canada or Denmark was feminist, I would agree, but not Ameri"k"a.

For the record, AW are rarely feminist. When Lady GaGa and Taylor Swift were asked about feminism they both said they rejected it. See this article, where a British journalist laments the fact that America is right-wing and anti-feminist:
http://www.theguardian.com/film/2013/ju ... w-the-east
The U.S. is not conservative. Being conservative means conserving a good way of life. Being liberal means concerning oneself with liberty. Both labels are now both complete misnomers and cannot be trusted to be accurate. In truth, the U.S. is massively feminist, decadent, and completely opposed to all decent cultures and good aspects of culture. Celebrities may reject the label of feminism, but I guaran-damn-tee you that they and all the AWs still want and expect feminist privileges from daddygov. It's the word they are trying to get away from, not the idea and practice of it. As with anything, watch what they do, not what they say.

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Post by Someone » January 26th, 2014, 4:03 pm

Ghost wrote:
The U.S. is not conservative. Being conservative means conserving a good way of life. Being liberal means concerning oneself with liberty. Both labels are now both complete misnomers and cannot be trusted to be accurate. In truth, the U.S. is massively feminist, decadent, and completely opposed to all decent cultures and good aspects of culture. Celebrities may reject the label of feminism, but I guaran-damn-tee you that they and all the AWs still want and expect feminist privileges from daddygov. It's the word they are trying to get away from, not the idea and practice of it. As with anything, watch what they do, not what they say.
http://www.gallup.com/poll/152021/conse ... group.aspx
"Conservatives are the largest ideological group in the US.
40% of Americans are conservative, 35% moderate, and 21% liberal."
expect feminist privileges from daddygov
By "daddygov" you mean a big socialist government? Well, Russia and Europe are socialist entities; for example, abortions are fully paid for by the government there. That's not the case in Amerika, where socialism is a dirty word.

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Post by Teal Lantern » January 26th, 2014, 10:09 pm

Well, the U.S. does things a bit differently. It's a sliding cost scale.
If you're very poor, certain things are free or subsidized (like food, medical care & housing). They have to make this up on the people who are wealthier. The very rich pay way more in income, sales, and luxury taxes.
They are doing a good job of turning us into Europe, though.
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