Okay i thought about this whole equality situation and some women looking down on women roles in our community and they think that to be respected you have to be a man and traditional female roles are dumb and degrading ( they are not ) and i've decided that iam not interested in such BS in my life so i dont want to date a girl who identifies herself as feminist , they are dumb , a headache and have unrealsitic views and degrade men and woman , they dont want to clean, cook, take care of kids, do the house chores or any woman realted things because they believe its degrading ( its really not , all guys need their moms and wives its a fact ) so i decided that i want a feminine female who embraces her femininity and doesn't act like a dude , if this offends you remember its my own opinion and you dont have to agree... so what do you think?
Most Helpful Girl
I agree with you.
And that doesn't mean I can't earn, or don't want to earn either. But I want my man to be the man, and for me to help aid in a way that he decides is best for our family. I think I'd even enjoy working, but never at the expense of my marriage and children.1
Most Helpful Guy
Never. Not in a God damn century. Not if she was the hottest chick who ever lived who was interested in me. Okay, I might fuck her if she wanted that, but I sure as hell wouldn't date her.
Though, it depends. I spoke with what seemed to be a very hardcore feminist last year, online. And she was vehement, I'm telling you. I made my points, she called me a dick-loving misogynist, and this past week, I stumbled across a post from her saying "I'm not a feminist." I was shocked. Like wtf. I said "didn't I have a pretty heated conversation with you last year about feminism?" She ignored the question, but I like to think that I helped aid her decision by making well formed points that one can be pro gender equality and still not be a feminist or be an anti feminist.
I was the same way for a long time. I always believed feminism simply meant equality for women. I was ignorant of the ins and outs. No one could tell me anything, because it was common knowledge that feminism = equality, and if you are against feminism, you're against equality and against women. Then I stumbled across Karen Straughan and went with a big "... Oh... well shit." I had been completely ignoring myself and all other men's issues. My focus had been entirely on making everything better for females, maintaining the same stance that men should be able to handle any issue that comes along, never need help or societal understanding, or they're not men. But, all it took was one video from Karen to change my mind. So I would try.
So. I would try to talk to her rationally about all the points, have her watch some videos from women who know a thing or two, like Straughan, and if she still persevered and would not drop the feminism label, I would never date her ever.1