I don’t think so. I also do not think women are running the world. There would be loads more empathy if that were the truth. I have been abused in every way by males. They have threatened to kill me more than once and I did nothing but was a good wife. If women ruled the rules the world there would be no war. But mostly whatever sex you are it dies t matter because cluster b personalities are ruling the world. There is good and bad in every sex and every race. Do not judge
@Ari310 I have been abused by both genders. Just lucky, I guess.
I hope that's the generation coming up, not caring who's more "right" but just caring about getting things solved, and staying solved.
@razelove I hope so too. If only! The world would become that much better : ) Here's to hoping for the best!
Yes I agree I just can't understand the need of all this. fight. women are still suppressed in some parts of the world.
I know. That’s why we need to go for equality. Equal opportunity, treatments, rights and consequences.
Yes, people should understand that both men and women are equal. neither of them is inferior.
Exactly. But it’s a far cry from making it legal and culturally accepted.
@Kindofweird If you want to help women who are suppressed in parts of the world you need to break it down into three parts. 1. Who wants to be helped. 2. Is the help military in nature 3. Is anything you do from America or Europe going to help? The feminist I've known and who got the most respect from me went on peace-keeping missions with the UN to Africa mostly to help women in destabilized regions, then when she burned out on that campus police because of the rape issues on college campuses. She saw a problem, she attacked it. Soft-spoken, polite, great to talk to, and absolutely horrifying stories of conditions in other parts of the world. One question you want to ask before embarking on your quest is do these women even want your help? Are you willing to go into a warzone to give it?
@razelove I'm not an American or a European.. being a medical student I see various cases of violence both on men and women and really think that now equality should be there
Brutal, well, I fell on my grandma's old saying there, don't assume, it makes an ass of u and me lol. Good on you, that's a rough path to take. I knew early on I didn't want to do medical... they expected me to pay for it here in the US where I could just make money pursuing a chemistry degree with grants and what not.
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please elaborate it
So called feminism?😒
There's a lot more to it than you think. If you knew Marxist ideology you'd see right through the feminists , they're communists. They'll even march and chant just like the Mao's Red Guards. Stay around them long enough and you'll even see the occasional hammer and sickle. They won't tell you their ideology though. This is a reasonably well done video by Sargon that explains what feminism is. If you don't believe me then just look at the migrant gang rapes in Cologne Germany and their silence about it. Is that feminism? Or is that being a part of a much larger organization with another agenda. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7iaOk9QTHM
I'm with you man, both are out of hand, there needs to be a let's just try and get the hell along movement.
Yes exactly why this whole drama
Men's rights movement is a group of people who see a set of social, political and legal issues that men uniquely face. Some of which are the results of feminist actions and as such the two campa find themselves directly opposed over certain issues.
@Anpu23 I think it’s a lot of but hurt nonsense.
Do you honestly think that men do not have unique problems, that there are not issues that disproportionately affect men or that there are situations that men deal with?
@Anpu23 Sure. Men have unique problems There are issues that affect men disproportionately and situations men deal with, but rights aren’t really among them.
Rights that are unique to women:- Right to state sponsored housing in cases of domestic abuse- Right to call unwanted sex rape- right to genital integrity- right to vote withoit the draft- right to terminate parental rights (especially in cases of rape)Every one of these are clear legal rights that are denied men by either statute or case law. Case law also recognizes that women are the primary the primary victims of domestic abuse ( contrary to studies that show that women initiate 70% of all domestic violence)Further issues that disproportionately affect men are less likely to receive public funds and initiatives that address men or boys exclusively are often blocked or redressed to be inclusive, while the same is not true for women and girls. Lastly we have seen a rise in state sponsored and paid for war style propaganda directed towards our young men.
Yup. But hurt nonsense.
Inside the Men's Rights Movement. ↗