She says, hiding behind the warm guise and anonymity of the internet, not once acknowledging that the road she walks has a path in each direction.
Her fingers carelessly gallivant a keyboard serving in the army of Social Justice blithely ignorant of the complexity of both the world and the people, the shining individual diamonds that inhabit it.
Mistrusting men for the prejudices you've projected upon them is simply as sexist as this "careless demonisation" of your own gender. Maybe your "every relationship with a man" is so negative because you portray yourself consistently and flawlessly as a joyless, calloused bitch.
How do you think we feel when, whenever any physical labour is required, one instinctively utters that they have to "get a guy" or "have a man" do it? How do you think we feel when, in pretty much all cases, a man is seen as a sexual predator and in any conflict a woman's word is instantly taken over a man's? How do you think we feel about society expecting us to repress our feelings? How do you think we feel about being seen as emotionless sex-driven machines to be manipulated? How do you think we feel when the developed world at large turns against your gender in some kind of "revenge war" that's manifested over generations, and instead of turning to equality people turn to pettiness. I see men saying they are ashamed of their gender. How dare they. How dare any of them. Men are powerful; women are powerful; we are all powerful, we are all individual, and the path feminism paves for the world is built with bricks forged by the fires prejudice.
I choose to drive down a path more suited to the human experiment, one aimed towards peace and acceptance rather than bitterness and hate.
Extract from that one person's refute:
"Because women should choose how sexually active they want to be"
Who says they shouldn't be?
"you ignorant douchebag"
What was ignorant about my question? The fact that you don't agree with the sentiment in it?
"No women should be called a slut or a prude."
Same goes for men then. No man should be called a fedora neck beard virgin or a chauvinistic pick up artist man whore.
"And even if a woman is acting sexually forward, that does not mean sexual harassment is OK."
Being that what constitutes sexual harassment is very broad and be construed towards anything a man does, I have a hard time agreeing with this. And if a woman is being sexually forward, can the man claim sexual harassment and be taken just as seriously as a woman would?
And there are many sexual forward but unattractive women out there who men feel uncomfortable with, but male complaints are rarely taken seriously.
Remember folks, women have privileges, men get responsibilities. Women are to freely express their sexuality, Men are creepers if they do the same.
You have a point about the "woman is a slut, man is congratulated" thing, but aren't we adults who are supposedly tough enough to be immune to childish labels?
Women have campaigns now that are supposed to demonstrate how "strong" and "tough" they are, so if that is truly the case, then why would someone calling them a whore stop them from doing what they want?
A "strong independent woman" wouldn't allow words to affect her.
P.S. women also benefit from double standards too, not just men. For example, a woman who lives with her parents is not called a loser as quickly as a man would be. A woman hits a man is applauded (there are videos that prove this), while a man who hits a woman (even in self defense) is chastised.
This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.Short Answer Questions
1. Butler says that we cannot wholly separate sex from which of the following?
2. Wittig claims that _____ is not the rejection of heterosexuality?
3. Who does Butler believe mistakenly holds the idea of a separation between sex and gender?
4. Butler claims that sometimes, there is recourse to which of the following?
5. Kristeva argues that which of the following exists in poetry?Essay Topics
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:Essay Topic 1
In Gender Trouble, what is a masquerade? Why is a masquerade related to the idea of individuality, sexuality, and gender? What connotation is masquerade given?Essay Topic 2
In general, do you find Butler's arguments to be valid? Which arguments are the most valid? Which arguments seem to be the least valid?Essay Topic 3
What is Butler's thesis in Gender Trouble? Describe the significance of Butler's thesis as well as how well she supports it. What elements of the thesis are weak? Which are strong?
This section contains 169 words
(approx. 1 page at 300 words per page)
"Can you pay my bills?
Can you pay my telephone bills?
Do you pay my automo' bills?
If you did, then maybe we could chill
I don't think you do
So, you and me are through " - "Bills" by Destiny's Child
Beyoncé Knowles-Carter wrote what some are calling an essay on feminism for Maria Shriver's underrated The Shriver Report* newsletter with the breaking-news headline Gender Equality Is A Myth!
This is that essay in its entirety:
"We need to stop buying into the myth about gender equality. It isn’t a reality yet. Today, women make up half of the U.S. workforce, but the average working woman earns only 77 percent of what the average working man makes. But unless women and men both say this is unacceptable, things will not change. Men have to demand that their wives, daughters, mothers, and sisters earn more—commensurate with their qualifications and not their gender. Equality will be achieved when men and women are granted equal pay and equal respect.
IF WOMEN RECEIVED PAY EQUAL TO THEIR MALE COUNTERPARTS, THE U.S. ECONOMY WOULD PRODUCE $447.6 BILLION IN ADDITIONAL INCOME.
Humanity requires both men and women, and we are equally important and need one another. So why are we viewed as less than equal? These old attitudes are drilled into us from the very beginning. We have to teach our boys the rules of equality and respect, so that as they grow up, gender equality becomes a natural way of life. And we have to teach our girls that they can reach as high as humanly possible.
We have a lot of work to do, but we can get there if we work together. Women are more than 50 percent of the population and more than 50 percent of voters. We must demand that we all receive 100 percent of the opportunities."
In less than 250 words, Bey seems surprised to learn that the average working woman earns only 77 percent of what the average working man makes and comes to the logical conclusion that "we have to teach our boys the rules of equality and respect," and that "we have to teach our girls that they can reach as high as humanly possible."
Sure this all sounds fine and lovely, but this is the same kind of empty rhetoric that fills the verses of Bey's "inspirational" singles like "Independent Women " -- which was written for the soundtrack of that pro-feminism cinematic treasure Charlie's Angels .
Mrs. Knowles-Carter's catalogue boasts supposed female empowerment jams like "Single Ladies," but that song is most remembered for an easily-mimicked dance move and a video in which she's wearing a tight onesie. And she may optimistically claim that "girls run the world " (only to refute that within this essay), but until she digs a bit deeper with her "journalism," she sounds like just another politician vacuously crying outrage without anything constructive behind it.
Cheerleading hoards are flocking to champion this "essay" though, not realizing that, for all its celebrity bells and whistles, it doesn't say anything remotely controversial. Instead, it centers around a rallying cry that everyone already agrees with.
It's the feminist equivalent of yelling "I love pizza!" or "Puppies are adorable!"
Let's call this what it is: a name-grab on The Shriver Report's part in hopes that people will read beyond just Bey Bey's hollow indignity or LeBron James' ode to his mommy and latch onto something like Hilary Clinton's essay: "Increasing Economic Opportunities for Women: The Right Thing to Do and the Smart Thing to Do."
I'd do it if I were them too, but that doesn't mean we have to act like Beyoncé is marching on Washington.
* You can download the full Shriver Report here. but if anyone tries to paraphrase "If I Were A Boy " in the comment section, I'm going to remind you that Beyoncé once said that the word "feminist" could be "very extreme, " and then I'm going to go stab myself with the broken shards of a Destiny's Child CD.
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Rain Drifter: Too much logic in this video. Feminists must hate this man so much.
ryuknightofflame: Respecting another man's property. since when? A lot of guys don't care if a girl has a boyfriend. If she wants to have sex then the guy will usually have sex with her even knowing she has a boyfriend and some even get off on it even more. It's a bullcrap statement from the start.
AppleVest: It's like racism all over again. Its like saying that black people cant be racist which is totally bullcrap.
Peekajew: Youre the reason youtube shouldn't exist.
sam wouldn'tyouliketoknow: Interesting video, I didn't know about this as an issue so I appreciate the info. I understand why you would be offended that men being abused by women isn't addressed with the twitter comment and I'm not defending that comment but, there are a few things that I don't think you have considered. Men are for the most part stronger than women by nature's design, I'm not saying that men can't be abused by women, but you're incorrect on the statistics if you think that 50% of men are abused. Abuse is a serious women's issue, and it's sad to think that I know more women that are or have been in abusive relationships than those that haven't. My whole life I have only met 1 man that was in an abusive relationship.
QBG: I believe that social media itself is largely to blame for the uptick in radical feminist ideology online. How much reasonable, source-supported discourse can really occur over Twitter when each post is limited to a small handful of characters. The very forms of communication that network the feminists extolling this nonsense necessitate that the expressions they share are limited, concise and soundbyte-able. That's hardly a breeding ground for the spread of good ideas.
mindprism: Everything men do, even its opposite, is used by feminism to denigrate men and achieve advantage over them.
If the friend-zoned guy just got up and moved on, this would only show that men have no ability to love, to be monogamous and are only after sex.
Feminism scatters banana peels in your path and then mocks you, calls you retarded, deficient and worthy of hate when you inevitably slip.
THAT'S how you know it is a hate group. (Yes folks, its just that easy)
Its interest is always in how many you got wrong, not teaching you. Their teachings are like those of the Ancient Chinese Master -- confusing and self-contradictory -- and the prime meta-lesson is that there will never be a right action. Behold -- the world you have chosen is perpetual suffering.
Come to think of it, couples should have to wear dog collars that zap you when you get too bitchy or asshole-ish, I want to see the data.
jolliapplegirl: Omg, its Edward from monster pulse! (Just so you know, this is a joke)
Ps: if anyone gets the joke, you get an internet cookie. XD
marie love: youre hot
LokiTattoo: It's not about you, so I'm not sure why you're arguing with it
MrBytorr: Number one is a great example of the hive-mind borg group mind that is feminism on the internet. I don't believe that happened to 10% of the people who said it.
Number two is a great example of "female privilege". Never knowing what a friendzone is to the extent that you can claim it doesn't exist.
Number three just made me laugh.
Mike Cunningham: I have finally found someone who thinks the same way as me.
Inky The Animator: But if women are only objects, why are these men asking for sexual consent? surely they would just rape the women?
spiffcorgi: "If you see numbers like this that don't seem really right the best thing to do isn't to think, "Oh my god, everything I know about the world is completely wrong," it's probably best to look up where these numbers have come from."
WHY DON'T MORE freakING PEOPLE FOLLOW THIS LOGIC? The whole #YesAllWomen thing, and most of modern feminism, would be squashed in a couple of minutes if people actually did this! I've been told by university graduates that the wage gap is "real" (in the sense that it does exist in each career field as opposed to across every career and women just occupy lower paying fields). Just LOOK UP where these statistics are coming from. It takes 5 freaking minutes.
Vikeyev: #3 about the friend zone. First thing I thought was, I often used to follow a lot of memes and the like about being put in the friend zone and EVERY single one of them was filled with women arguing with the guys, about the fact that, they too get put in the friend zone. Saying, men do it to and just as much as women.
Obiwancolenobi: To point number one:
Women seem to like to play "hard to get" (not all, but it's a trend) so how do we know that you're not just being weird/playing hard to get?
Saying you're taken is the best way to shoot someone down in a tactful way.
clm222100: according to statistics canada (so this is in canada, who woulda thunk) one in three family-violence victims (just family in general) is male, according to police reports. Consider under-reporting, and sexual dimorphism, this really isn't that drastically different between the sexes. What the statistics also showed, was that except for ages 15-24, there were higher rates of non-family-violence against men, then there were women for every age group.
Willy Wonka: BULLcrap! Back in the day whn I used to go out with my straight friends I had girls hitting on me and I told them "Sorry I'm gay" And I NEVER freakING COMPLAINED. Girls, if your ass is out there in the dance floor and some guy wants to hit on you, WHOOPTY freakING DOO!
That's life, DEAL WITH IT, BIATCH!
Werebereus: 1. True it's the quickest and easiest way, but why shouldn't them just saying "no, im not interested" be enough? When females make it explicitly clear they aren't interested, GO AWAY. There is no more chance. It's not about challenges. It's about respect, and you continuing to hit on a girl when she's made it clear she doesn't want anything to do with you is disregarding her comfort for your own wants. People playing hard to get won't shut you down immediately, they run, you chase and since both parties are comfortable with the entire exchange, it's fine, but if a person makes it clear they don't want to be pursued it isn't, it's creepy, and I don't blame them if they make a big deal out of it. The difference with YOU denying a female is the chance she's going to find you later and stab you or follow you until you're alone then rape you is FAR lower than it is for women. Women are at higher risks, so it's more of a problem for them. I bet when those girls texted your or called you or hit on you, you weren't fearing for your life or for excessive retaliation.
2. I concede this point. The source is rather shady and probably taken from a small population that doesn't represent the majority.
3. Firstly, if you're being friends with a female in hopes to shag her eventually, you're not a true friend and you're absolute garbage. It's rather disgusting how you (and lots of people) place love on this pedestal above friendship. NO. You don't "move up" you get closer. Romance isn't above friendship. She doesn't like you in that way. Cry some more. Your feelings aren't the only thing that matter in this. You got rejected. There are more fish in the sea, and she wasn't your fish, so just move on.
4. All people have a breaking point, and given how women have been treated since the dawn of time (i.e craptily), you can't blame them for the scathing retort every once in a while. There are FAR more horrific things said by men in far greater numbers. I don't think the original poster was being sincere more than she was being angry and scathing, but rather the ignorance comes in on the part of the person insisting it's "Powerful". But still. Think about it. A FETUS has to put up with less crap than a born and raised women does, until it becomes a women.
5. The tweet is pretty sound to me. Ask yourself. If a women dared (DARED) to tell you that her spouse was abusing her, what would be the first words out your mouth? You'd go "Why don't you leave?" not "Why is he abusing you?". I don't know why you bring up numbers, the post was never ABOUT numbers, but the fact no one will delve the problems root. You dispute why X question is bad compared to Y question. You COMPLETELY missed the point. We wouldn't NEED to be helping women if men never abused them in the first place, and men would never abuse women if they didn't feel so entitled and were told "doing _ like a girl is weak", presenting Women as objects, thus implying women ARE weak, that THEY are strong, and that they are objects to be used as seen fit.
You're entire argument is hilariously pathetic.
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