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    Feminists just get on my nerves
    Im all for equal rights
    But its the little things like Girls don't have to do as much in Phys. Ed. and there's this poem we had to read in english by a feminist carol ann duffy. Its called mrs sisyphus, look it up and you will see how sexist it is
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple Guy
    But its the little things like Girls don't have to do as much in Phys. Ed.
    I don't know about girls not having to do "as much", but at my school, girls had to do bloody gymnastics. Guys didn't. THAT WAS NOT OKAY.
    We protested it. We also protested the fact that guys weren't allowed to wear skirts (...yes, there were some who wanted to...I went to an artistic school).

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    Wel if some guys want to wear skirts why shouldnt they
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    Oh I just strongly hate feminists.

    I went to a girls' school, and I'm sure you've all heard me complain about it, but there was a boys' school directly next to it, and my school was very very traditionally housewife, but they did show us that women can have equal right and whatnot. What I didn't get was that they made us do Dance when I simply just didn't want to, and we got given all of the girly sports, and everyone knows they suck.

    The boys' school didn't get the option to take Dance, and probably never will, whereas we were forced to take it for a whole term, and in the later stages, half a year. One thing, if I can't do it, it's not good for exercise. I just simply refused to do dance.

    All of my physics teachers were male, all of the physics department are male. It's just natural to assume that men gravitate to things more than women, I don't know, I really don't find building appealling, and I'm not built for any of the typical man jobs. I just assume when something goes wrong with an appliance in my house a guy would come to fix it, I'm even a bit weirded out when I see a female bus driver.

    We got taught about Genesis and whatnot, but depending on the teacher's age, they would influence us. My teacher thought that it was a load of crap because she believes women don't have to be housewives in this day and age, but some other religious teachers didn't, and that quite bothered me a bit when they were being so ambiguous.

    Something I really hate is women thinking they can do a "man's job" such as building or something, when women aren't physically able to do that. It's like telling them they can handle as much alcohol as men because they support equal rights, when they just simply can't. There's well, those, women bodybuilders, but they kind of freak me out and I've never encountered one of them.

    Living in a female household, it's pretty much sucked having to build everything with my mother, because I am tremendously weak. No one could even open jars, heck, sometimes I'd even walk down to my grandad to have a jar opened, that's just what we do.
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    there's many different strains of feminism.

    have any of you read feminist literature? old, modern? i somehow don't think so.
    to be honest, i guess i'm a bit of a feminist. i believe women can do anything
    that men can, sometimes better. i believe we don't need men. i guess i'm a bit
    of a misandrist in that sense.

    i live in a household of three women and we're capable of doing anything we need to.
    i fix appliances, we clean gutters, we do dirty work. i've carried refrigerators. we
    do the typical things that men would be thought of as doing. it can be done, and it
    is.
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    In short, as to not bore you to death, they're next to the KKK with flawed logic, opinions and ways to go about their reign of terror.

    Women should be as equal as men, period; nothing more to say, fight for or argue against.
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    it seems like an overall yay for equality!


    ps: opening jars has little to do with strength and alot to do with grip and approach.
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    wow , with the expectation of a few on this board , most of you don’t seems to know true idea of feminist , most feminist ,I’m in college , which has opened my views more on feminist thought , but honestly the feminist professors and students i know , don't men , and the whole idea of feminist wanting exact equal rights, well it can go both ways depending if what degree of feminist they are , and one of the biggest founders of feminist idea was john mills , but any who , I’m pro-feminist, i was raised that way , I’m guy by the way , and will continue believing in equal right for women , when it comes to equally psychical style jobs.

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    Oh holy hell... "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall"

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawdawg
    wow , with the expectation of a few on this board , most of you donít seems to know true idea of feminist , most feminist ,Iím in college , which has opened my views more on feminist thought , but honestly the feminist professors and students i know , don't men , and the whole idea of feminist wanting exact equal rights, well it can go both ways depending if what degree of feminist they are , and one of the biggest founders of feminist idea was john mills , but any who , Iím pro-feminist, i was raised that way , Iím guy by the way , and will continue believing in equal right for women , when it comes to equally psychical style jobs.
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