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Science vs feminism

Postby romparoo » June 2nd, 2015, 11:57 am

No shit, this is a pretty cool looking blog with the touch of modern web design and functionality. It doesn't say who's behind it, and myself personally haven't read much of it yet, but it looks interesting enough so I am sharing it here.

http://www.sciencevsfeminism.com/
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Re: Science vs feminism

Postby Ghost » June 3rd, 2015, 6:24 am

It's astounding how American culture (or Western culture in general) is very science-based, but at the same time social dogmas (which are antithetical to science) always win out and dominate. And no amount of fact will persuade anyone that the social dogma is wrong.

I was once given shit at work because I said boys and girls learn differently. They really treated me like a heretic to their religion. Liberalism really is a religion of its own, every part of it being analogous to something religions have or do.

Anyway, I like this site's slogan: "feminism is the new creationism."
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Re: Science vs feminism

Postby GoingAwol » June 3rd, 2015, 3:13 pm

Amen!
I get tired of all the BS spewed by feminists that can't be backed up by reality.But you better not tell them that! Oh no! It's funny and irritating to me that American women see themselves as oppressed victims when they are literally one of the most (if not the most) privileged group in human history. The average American woman has it better than her male counterparts in almost every way.
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