I thought that feminist protests are unnecessary because what are women fighting for?
If feminists are fighting for equality then why are they still protesting if women in 2023 can do anything a man can do?
men and women can both: go to war; work and receive their income; receive equal pay ; vote...
Also, if modern science has proved that men and women are different then why do women still want to be feminists? Aren't feminists supposed to be the 'educated' ones?
men in comparison to women: have a higher emotional, mental and physical strength, are less agreeable/ empathetic, and have a greater interest in sciences and maths on average...
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You can't ban ANY protests that are "lawful assemblies" meaning that the assemblies are not meant to deliberately disturb the public peace (as in start a riot, storm the US Capitol, etc.).
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"... as in start a riot, storm the US Capitol..." - or burn, loot and murder.
@Cassie88 Burn, loot, and murder of course is wrong, but nobody convenes an assembly to burn, loot, and murder unless they start a revolution - like what happened in 1775.