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"Equality"

no

freaking no

I get that not all men are idiots, but I can tell you that every single woman has been a victim of male mentality. We understand. There are genuinely nice guys out there. But there is something very wrong with a culture that excuses the abusive and invasive actions of a man because of alcohol but condemns a woman for it. There is something very wrong when a guy I have no interest in is pushing himself on me and I know that “I have a boyfriend” is more effective than “No.” So yeah. You could say that there’s an equality issue.

Where in the hell do you live? Because the last time I checked, in the US men basically can’t go anywhere without being shamed if they so much as hurt a hair on their wive’s/girlfriend’s head, while women are praised as fucking heroes for beating their husbands senseless because they “felt empowered”. So even if society does praise domestic violence, it praises woman on man violence

Where do I live? I’d like to know when you’ve heard about anyone, man or woman, being “praised” for violence. Because I haven’t. My point was that if women are putting men in general down, it’s because we’re treated with disrespect because of our sex daily. I’m not saying that men should be put down, I’m saying that I shouldn’t have to feel inferior to anyone because I’m a woman.

Well here’s a link to women being praised for abusing their male significant other (http://jezebel.com/294383/have-you-ever-beat-up-a-boyfriend-cause-uh-we-have). And I definitely believe in gender equality, any sane person would, but modern feminism is not the best way for this to happen, it’s a poisonous movement.

It’s great that you believe in gender equality. And I don’t believe that anyone should be praised for violence. But of course it still does exist, and looking at the bigger picture, women are still viewed as inferior and in most domestic violence cases, men are the offenders.

Id hate to prove you wrong but (http://news.ufl.edu/archive/2006/07/women-more-likely-to-be-perpetrators-of-abuse-as-well-as-victims.html). Yeah domestic violence is a terrible thing and should be stopped at all costs, but saying that men are the only/majority of the perpetrators isn’t going to help stop it at all.

Yeah I’m sure you’d really hate that… But 1.) the article reads that “Women are more likely to be perpetrators AS WELL AS victims” and 2.) were missing the big picture- women are still viewed as the weaker, inferior sex. Women still make 77 cents to the man’s dollar. Women are unnecessarily sexualized and given no respect. In my first comment, I said that a guy was more likely to leave me alone if I told him that I had a boyfriend than if I just wasn’t interested. Why do you think that is? Because men respect other men, but not even the woman that they’re trying to get with. All I’m saying is that the general male mentality needs to change.

I’m sorry but do you know how to read? Because I’m about to copy and paste what that article actually says “GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Women are more likely than men to stalk, attack and psychologically abuse their partners, according to a University of Florida study that finds college women have a new view of the dating scene.” If you look closely, it says ” more likely than men”, nothing more nothing less. And as for the “77¢ for every mans dollar for the same amount of work” myth that you tumblr feminists so dearly hang on to (http://m.us.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702303532704579483752909957472?mobile=y). And as for the “telling him i have a boyfriend instead of saying no, because men respect other men instead of me”. That’s obviously so much oppression that the “patriarchy” has forced unto the women of America, side note: before you try using that as an argument (http://diagnosingmisandry.blogspot.com/2012/03/why-patriarchy-doesnt-exist-in-america.html?m=1), Anyways why are you hanging around guys like that? And if you get asked out by guys you don’t even know, there is literally no unspoken law that you have to respond, absolutely nothing is stopping you from not answering and walking away.

Actually yes, I do know how to read. Do you? Because the second part of the title or that article says that women are mostly likely to be victims as well. It’s literally right there in the title. So I don’t even know why you’re using that argument because it pretty much cancels itself out. And my point was that I don’t hang around guys like that! They approach me and my friends. And if you take a look at rape statistics, 2/3 of assaults are committed by people who know the victim and 38% are committed by close friends. And yes, I realize that walking away is an option, but it’s a pretty stupid one. Have you ever dealt with a gropey guy? I doubt it. If you walk away, most of the time they get pretty mad. Sometimes they even follow you. So I don’t think your tips are gonna do me any good. Thanks though.

Error on my part: I reread the article, and it does in fact say “Although women were the predominant abusers, they still made up the largest number of victims in both surveys, accounting for 70 percent of those being stalked, for example.”
But if the women are the predominant abusers, but still make up for the majority of those being abused, that means that women are more likely to abuse other women than men are.

I’m not sure how this ended up about violence but sexism is still very real, whether you like this “poisonous movement” or not, and women are at the disadvantage.

Definitely, but not in countries like America.

I hear jokes about women inferiority every single day. Live a day in my shoes and tell me that sexism isn’t alive and well in America. It’s the classic case of prejudice. Everyone is affected by it, but the ones who actually benefit from it deny its very existence.

I never denied it’s existence, I simply implied that women are not oppressed in the U.S.

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I didn't even know it was a thing.. So out of the loop.. I just found it funny!

theanticlimactic answered:

I find it funny too! And nipple. Nipple is a funny word. NIPPLE

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i fucking hate nipples

NIPPLES

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Liar. You love me

the opposite of that

nipples go to hell fuck nipples

I SHALL DROWN YOU IN A POOL OF NIPPLES

Let’s be chill about this, you don’t want to break nipple law, then I’d have to take you to nipple prison

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"Equality"

no

freaking no

I get that not all men are idiots, but I can tell you that every single woman has been a victim of male mentality. We understand. There are genuinely nice guys out there. But there is something very wrong with a culture that excuses the abusive and invasive actions of a man because of alcohol but condemns a woman for it. There is something very wrong when a guy I have no interest in is pushing himself on me and I know that “I have a boyfriend” is more effective than “No.” So yeah. You could say that there’s an equality issue.

Where in the hell do you live? Because the last time I checked, in the US men basically can’t go anywhere without being shamed if they so much as hurt a hair on their wive’s/girlfriend’s head, while women are praised as fucking heroes for beating their husbands senseless because they “felt empowered”. So even if society does praise domestic violence, it praises woman on man violence

Where do I live? I’d like to know when you’ve heard about anyone, man or woman, being “praised” for violence. Because I haven’t. My point was that if women are putting men in general down, it’s because we’re treated with disrespect because of our sex daily. I’m not saying that men should be put down, I’m saying that I shouldn’t have to feel inferior to anyone because I’m a woman.

Well here’s a link to women being praised for abusing their male significant other (http://jezebel.com/294383/have-you-ever-beat-up-a-boyfriend-cause-uh-we-have). And I definitely believe in gender equality, any sane person would, but modern feminism is not the best way for this to happen, it’s a poisonous movement.

It’s great that you believe in gender equality. And I don’t believe that anyone should be praised for violence. But of course it still does exist, and looking at the bigger picture, women are still viewed as inferior and in most domestic violence cases, men are the offenders.

Id hate to prove you wrong but (http://news.ufl.edu/archive/2006/07/women-more-likely-to-be-perpetrators-of-abuse-as-well-as-victims.html). Yeah domestic violence is a terrible thing and should be stopped at all costs, but saying that men are the only/majority of the perpetrators isn’t going to help stop it at all.

Yeah I’m sure you’d really hate that… But 1.) the article reads that “Women are more likely to be perpetrators AS WELL AS victims” and 2.) were missing the big picture- women are still viewed as the weaker, inferior sex. Women still make 77 cents to the man’s dollar. Women are unnecessarily sexualized and given no respect. In my first comment, I said that a guy was more likely to leave me alone if I told him that I had a boyfriend than if I just wasn’t interested. Why do you think that is? Because men respect other men, but not even the woman that they’re trying to get with. All I’m saying is that the general male mentality needs to change.

I’m sorry but do you know how to read? Because I’m about to copy and paste what that article actually says “GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Women are more likely than men to stalk, attack and psychologically abuse their partners, according to a University of Florida study that finds college women have a new view of the dating scene.” If you look closely, it says ” more likely than men”, nothing more nothing less. And as for the “77¢ for every mans dollar for the same amount of work” myth that you tumblr feminists so dearly hang on to (http://m.us.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702303532704579483752909957472?mobile=y). And as for the “telling him i have a boyfriend instead of saying no, because men respect other men instead of me”. That’s obviously so much oppression that the “patriarchy” has forced unto the women of America, side note: before you try using that as an argument (http://diagnosingmisandry.blogspot.com/2012/03/why-patriarchy-doesnt-exist-in-america.html?m=1), Anyways why are you hanging around guys like that? And if you get asked out by guys you don’t even know, there is literally no unspoken law that you have to respond, absolutely nothing is stopping you from not answering and walking away.

Actually yes, I do know how to read. Do you? Because the second part of the title or that article says that women are mostly likely to be victims as well. It’s literally right there in the title. So I don’t even know why you’re using that argument because it pretty much cancels itself out. And my point was that I don’t hang around guys like that! They approach me and my friends. And if you take a look at rape statistics, 2/3 of assaults are committed by people who know the victim and 38% are committed by close friends. And yes, I realize that walking away is an option, but it’s a pretty stupid one. Have you ever dealt with a gropey guy? I doubt it. If you walk away, most of the time they get pretty mad. Sometimes they even follow you. So I don’t think your tips are gonna do me any good. Thanks though.

Error on my part: I reread the article, and it does in fact say “Although women were the predominant abusers, they still made up the largest number of victims in both surveys, accounting for 70 percent of those being stalked, for example.”
But if the women are the predominant abusers, but still make up for the majority of those being abused, that means that women are more likely to abuse other women than men are.

I’m not sure how this ended up about violence but sexism is still very real, whether you like this “poisonous movement” or not, and women are at the disadvantage.

Definitely, but not in countries like America.

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"Equality"

no

freaking no

I get that not all men are idiots, but I can tell you that every single woman has been a victim of male mentality. We understand. There are genuinely nice guys out there. But there is something very wrong with a culture that excuses the abusive and invasive actions of a man because of alcohol but condemns a woman for it. There is something very wrong when a guy I have no interest in is pushing himself on me and I know that “I have a boyfriend” is more effective than “No.” So yeah. You could say that there’s an equality issue.

Where in the hell do you live? Because the last time I checked, in the US men basically can’t go anywhere without being shamed if they so much as hurt a hair on their wive’s/girlfriend’s head, while women are praised as fucking heroes for beating their husbands senseless because they “felt empowered”. So even if society does praise domestic violence, it praises woman on man violence

Where do I live? I’d like to know when you’ve heard about anyone, man or woman, being “praised” for violence. Because I haven’t. My point was that if women are putting men in general down, it’s because we’re treated with disrespect because of our sex daily. I’m not saying that men should be put down, I’m saying that I shouldn’t have to feel inferior to anyone because I’m a woman.

Well here’s a link to women being praised for abusing their male significant other (http://jezebel.com/294383/have-you-ever-beat-up-a-boyfriend-cause-uh-we-have). And I definitely believe in gender equality, any sane person would, but modern feminism is not the best way for this to happen, it’s a poisonous movement.

It’s great that you believe in gender equality. And I don’t believe that anyone should be praised for violence. But of course it still does exist, and looking at the bigger picture, women are still viewed as inferior and in most domestic violence cases, men are the offenders.

Id hate to prove you wrong but (http://news.ufl.edu/archive/2006/07/women-more-likely-to-be-perpetrators-of-abuse-as-well-as-victims.html). Yeah domestic violence is a terrible thing and should be stopped at all costs, but saying that men are the only/majority of the perpetrators isn’t going to help stop it at all.

Yeah I’m sure you’d really hate that… But 1.) the article reads that “Women are more likely to be perpetrators AS WELL AS victims” and 2.) were missing the big picture- women are still viewed as the weaker, inferior sex. Women still make 77 cents to the man’s dollar. Women are unnecessarily sexualized and given no respect. In my first comment, I said that a guy was more likely to leave me alone if I told him that I had a boyfriend than if I just wasn’t interested. Why do you think that is? Because men respect other men, but not even the woman that they’re trying to get with. All I’m saying is that the general male mentality needs to change.

I’m sorry but do you know how to read? Because I’m about to copy and paste what that article actually says “GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Women are more likely than men to stalk, attack and psychologically abuse their partners, according to a University of Florida study that finds college women have a new view of the dating scene.” If you look closely, it says ” more likely than men”, nothing more nothing less. And as for the “77¢ for every mans dollar for the same amount of work” myth that you tumblr feminists so dearly hang on to (http://m.us.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702303532704579483752909957472?mobile=y). And as for the “telling him i have a boyfriend instead of saying no, because men respect other men instead of me”. That’s obviously so much oppression that the “patriarchy” has forced unto the women of America, side note: before you try using that as an argument (http://diagnosingmisandry.blogspot.com/2012/03/why-patriarchy-doesnt-exist-in-america.html?m=1), Anyways why are you hanging around guys like that? And if you get asked out by guys you don’t even know, there is literally no unspoken law that you have to respond, absolutely nothing is stopping you from not answering and walking away.

Actually yes, I do know how to read. Do you? Because the second part of the title or that article says that women are mostly likely to be victims as well. It’s literally right there in the title. So I don’t even know why you’re using that argument because it pretty much cancels itself out. And my point was that I don’t hang around guys like that! They approach me and my friends. And if you take a look at rape statistics, 2/3 of assaults are committed by people who know the victim and 38% are committed by close friends. And yes, I realize that walking away is an option, but it’s a pretty stupid one. Have you ever dealt with a gropey guy? I doubt it. If you walk away, most of the time they get pretty mad. Sometimes they even follow you. So I don’t think your tips are gonna do me any good. Thanks though.

Error on my part: I reread the article, and it does in fact say “Although women were the predominant abusers, they still made up the largest number of victims in both surveys, accounting for 70 percent of those being stalked, for example.”
But if the women are the predominant abusers, but still make up for the majority of those being abused, that means that women are more likely to abuse other women than men are.

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"Equality"

no

freaking no

I get that not all men are idiots, but I can tell you that every single woman has been a victim of male mentality. We understand. There are genuinely nice guys out there. But there is something very wrong with a culture that excuses the abusive and invasive actions of a man because of alcohol but condemns a woman for it. There is something very wrong when a guy I have no interest in is pushing himself on me and I know that “I have a boyfriend” is more effective than “No.” So yeah. You could say that there’s an equality issue.

Where in the hell do you live? Because the last time I checked, in the US men basically can’t go anywhere without being shamed if they so much as hurt a hair on their wive’s/girlfriend’s head, while women are praised as fucking heroes for beating their husbands senseless because they “felt empowered”. So even if society does praise domestic violence, it praises woman on man violence

Where do I live? I’d like to know when you’ve heard about anyone, man or woman, being “praised” for violence. Because I haven’t. My point was that if women are putting men in general down, it’s because we’re treated with disrespect because of our sex daily. I’m not saying that men should be put down, I’m saying that I shouldn’t have to feel inferior to anyone because I’m a woman.

Well here’s a link to women being praised for abusing their male significant other (http://jezebel.com/294383/have-you-ever-beat-up-a-boyfriend-cause-uh-we-have). And I definitely believe in gender equality, any sane person would, but modern feminism is not the best way for this to happen, it’s a poisonous movement.

It’s great that you believe in gender equality. And I don’t believe that anyone should be praised for violence. But of course it still does exist, and looking at the bigger picture, women are still viewed as inferior and in most domestic violence cases, men are the offenders.

Id hate to prove you wrong but (http://news.ufl.edu/archive/2006/07/women-more-likely-to-be-perpetrators-of-abuse-as-well-as-victims.html). Yeah domestic violence is a terrible thing and should be stopped at all costs, but saying that men are the only/majority of the perpetrators isn’t going to help stop it at all.

Yeah I’m sure you’d really hate that… But 1.) the article reads that “Women are more likely to be perpetrators AS WELL AS victims” and 2.) were missing the big picture- women are still viewed as the weaker, inferior sex. Women still make 77 cents to the man’s dollar. Women are unnecessarily sexualized and given no respect. In my first comment, I said that a guy was more likely to leave me alone if I told him that I had a boyfriend than if I just wasn’t interested. Why do you think that is? Because men respect other men, but not even the woman that they’re trying to get with. All I’m saying is that the general male mentality needs to change.

I’m sorry but do you know how to read? Because I’m about to copy and paste what that article actually says “GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Women are more likely than men to stalk, attack and psychologically abuse their partners, according to a University of Florida study that finds college women have a new view of the dating scene.” If you look closely, it says ” more likely than men”, nothing more nothing less. And as for the “77¢ for every mans dollar for the same amount of work” myth that you tumblr feminists so dearly hang on to (http://m.us.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702303532704579483752909957472?mobile=y). And as for the “telling him i have a boyfriend instead of saying no, because men respect other men instead of me”. That’s obviously so much oppression that the “patriarchy” has forced unto the women of America, side note: before you try using that as an argument (http://diagnosingmisandry.blogspot.com/2012/03/why-patriarchy-doesnt-exist-in-america.html?m=1), Anyways why are you hanging around guys like that? And if you get asked out by guys you don’t even know, there is literally no unspoken law that you have to respond, absolutely nothing is stopping you from not answering and walking away.