What do you care the most about in society and politics?

  • Women rights
    Vote A
  • LGBT rights
    Vote B
  • Economic conditions
    Vote C
  • Immigration policy
    Vote D
  • National security
    Vote E
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Most Helpful Guy

  • Equal rights for humans, regardless their gender or sexual orientation dear Alex.
    Women and Men are still humans and they deserve the same rights.
    LGBT people also deserve their rights because they are humans, and I am not talking about the movement here, just talking about people who are not heterosexuals. They have the rights to be married and start a family if they want to for instance while some countries throw them in jail.
    Economy is a big issue as for it affects us as humans and it is our right to have an income for instance that covers the least needed things for a normal life.
    Humans are losing their rights, they are becoming more and more slaves to political systems who only care about things that are not human.

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Most Helpful Girl

  • ""Women rights""
    As opposed to MALE rights or GENDER EQUALITY, No lets put Female rights because god for bid first world countries like the USA and Brittan and Canada ALL have soo many problems with their Non-Oppressed woman having ALL of those rights men have, Fuck might as well cry guys are bigots because a bunch of em are turned off by our vagina farts, And might as well call them pedophiles since guys like to get blowjobs and watch their pregnant wife go down on them swallowing their shiz feeding those nutrients to the baby

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What Guys Said 127

  • I think economic conditions play the most pivotal role out of these options. It allows for better national security which in turns makes immigration policies easier to agree on. Women and LGBT rights already exist.

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  • Equal opportunity for all.

    Note that I didn't say equal outcome.

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  • Money

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  • In order of importance
    Economy
    Environment
    Defence
    Immigration
    a million other things
    And then right down at the very very bottom would be making all the special snowflakes with magical genders and shit happy.

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  • We are all slaves to the central banking / fractional reserve banking trick. Unless we take the power to print money out of the hands of banks who want to enslave us, anything else we argue about is meaningless distraction contrived to ensure the banking slight of hand continues robbing us of everything our progress as humans has produced.

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  • Immigration, because it's the only topic my country has always refused to address because it's not PC to do so. They prefer to have hundreds of thousands of newcomers from countries of non-integrating cultures, some of whom will take the low skill jobs from locals and some of whom will take nanny state money.

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  • Women are voting for policies that will bring in Shariah Law.

    So the more women exercise their right to vote, it seems, the faster they'll lose it.

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    • @Bananaman177
      I see what you mean.

    • @name_is_eric
      I believe in Meritocracy.

      I don't believe the vast, overwhelming majority of people have any interest in merit. Specifically or in general. They're a big herd. That's all. They don't know how the world works or who's in charge, and they don't need to know. Put a hot pocket in their hand and they're good to go.

  • I don't care about politics, but what I care about in society is gender equality (and not what they're advertising, but REAL gender equality, where both genders can either inflict revenge on each other without going to jail or both genders going to jail for vowing the worst type of revenge on each other.)

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  • Nothing, the whole system is a complete piece of shit, a have no control over anything but our minds

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  • You didn't mention abortion rights or gun control or a myriad of OTHER issues.

    For me, it's primarily civil rights which includes everyone's civil rights.

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  • Economy is most important. Then national security, not so much interested in women's rights and gay rights, it's mostly media hype. I think ladies should create more safe places for younger girls in public, maybe where men are not allowed, I think it would make some bars more interesting, better people will socialise more, it's hard to find good people.

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  • Ewe to all of them. I care about nature's right to not be fucked with.

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  • Education and the school system, and how brutally broken it is. The best and the most normal assumption to make is that the goal of education is to fill the young with knowledge and awaken there intelligence... nothing coud be further from the truth.
    The goal of public education is not to spread enlightenment at all: it is simply to reduce as many individuals as possible to the same safe level: to breed and train a standardized citizenry, to put down dissent and originality.

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  • Labor exploitation is often overlooked, so that's an important issue for me. So many 1st world conveniences rely upon child labor and adults employed in inhumane working conditions.

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  • No room for men's rights huh?
    Or men just don't count?

    I'm against women's privilege and against LGBT.
    The economy matters the most because it affects the most people and matters more for basic survival.

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    • men dont need any more rights they all ready have enough

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    • @madeline20 In my experience from what I've been told by students for years, in Hispanic families they usually make the oldest daughter take care of the family like if she was a mother to her own siblings.
      I don't know why it is common, but I think it is unfair of parents to expect their kids to take on the role and responsibilities of a parent to their siblings.

    • Yeah lol

  • Economy because with a strong economy helps fix most of the other issues. Before that I would choose the unlisted mental health and education issues first though (some places have one or the other sorted but I haven't seen anywhere with both. Here both are an issue.)

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  • I selected the economy as that is the most broadly important of all your options. That said, you should include "climate change" as an option, as that is the one problem that we can't reverse and for which the consequences are the most broad and inescapable no matter who you are.

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  • You should have put Civil Liberties (Right to onlibe privacy and protect from unreasonable search and seizure, Miranda Rights) and Criminal Justice (prison, drug laws, police brutality/reform) as categories, and combined Women's and LGBT Rights and racial equality into a Civil Rights category.

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  • Equal rights will always be important as long as we have bigots. And money is money and money is great.
    Also, diet racism is still racism.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdyin6uipy4

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  • Non of them since they are significant to how we have put ourselves in to the past 200 yers with environment and resources that's the backside of mammon and ignorance.

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What Girls Said 38

  • I'm very glad that majority of women voted for Economic Conditions.
    I'm very sad that the second place goes to Women's Right.
    The only women I would forbid from voting from politics are those who think that their right to wear shorts without being called names in public should come before the GDP.

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  • Women’s rights shouldn’t even be a category when there’s clearly more important things we need to focus on. What about EQUAL RIGHTS instead?

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  • 1) Economy, but yo, y'all don't forget education. After that
    2) environment & equality.
    Preferably group 2) integrated into the systems of the group 1). Now that would be sustainable & fair level of paradise.

    Wow. And this could be named 4E. I just realised all my choices begin with E. Haha.

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  • Immigration Policies Pretty much Sums up a Lot Here, Dear: Those who Come into this Country, by the Millions, We can't afford to Keep them Going and Flowing, And with no Passports, ID, We don't even Know How safe we Are by Far. xx

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  • You do not have any options about children abuse. So I chose national security. I think any kind of abuse is unacceptable. But kids are defenseless. And some monsters take advantage of this fact. I can not really bare any kind of news about children abuse.

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  • depends on where in the world. usa: economy and a little immigration (not much and our human rights are fine. also mexico for eco and immigration). middle east: human rights (like lol what immigration). europe: immigration and national security (and not at all human right. they're good). as monkeynutts said, the women's and lgbtqt is a media hype.

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  • Definitely economic conditions, coz recently what happened in my country last year was pathetic and unexplained. I still cannot use my own money in my bank and someone somewhere who does not know my needs is decides a limit on my Money. This applies to people irrespective of the class. Economic conditions are not at its worse... I can't imagine if they go worse than this.

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  • Shocks and saddens me that people dont care for women or marginalized people... but as long as the economy is good.. they are good!
    women being assaulted is no big deal... as long as the economy is fine! sad

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  • These options are not really valid... everybody cares about economy, until you are a woman, who's getting harassed, trans person who's getting kicked out of a public bathroom or an immigrant who's child is getting taken away... so obviously less people will stand up for these rights, because less people are directly affected but over all they are much more essential. They define what country you live in

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  • Good question. So simple, yet no one asked a similar question

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  • has anyone seen the acidic levels today? I'm gonna melt one day like the witch from the wizard of oz. Seriously though... Our planet is dying

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  • Economics I guess. Generally speaking women's rights and LBGTQ issues is not a major issue here. Our immigration policy needs an overhaul and our national security is on good enough shape.

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  • Hmm, I'd like emphasis on the environment over anything else.

    But out of these, mmm maybe immigration or women's rights (specifically anything pregnancy related)

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  • Civil/human/equal rights, environment protection, economic justice, improvement of the educational system.

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  • Economic conditions, interest rates and financial regulations

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  • Economic conditions, then security, then immigration, then women’s rights and lgbt

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  • Women's rights because that one is more needed for us now than other ones. But I think the biggest issue is corruption.

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  • Economic conditions. If those are straightened up that should help with those other issues as well

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  • ok but like nobody was even talking to you like where did you come from, hounestly🤦🏻‍♀️I may not know everything yet your right but i know enough

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  • The well-being of the everyone living in the society, so economic conditions.

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