Come on man, you know if a woman talks like this it's just a bit of fun. If a man was doing it to a woman it's gross, dirty and wrong because men are perverts for finding women attractive. /s
Cant tell if its satire or not....
Camille Paglia Says that Women’s and Gender Studies Departments Should be Defunded
Having a women's studies department without an equally strident department of men's studies is against the spirit of Title IX. Either abolish the departments, or fund equally a department of men's studies and staff it with people who are equally strident in advocating for men.
"Women's studies" was founded by a woman named Sailly Miller Gearhart who literally advocated genocide against men and boys. She coined the phrase "the future is female!" and thought that males should be reduced to ten percent of the population. As crazy as that sounds, it's true.
Male tax payers fund a gargantuan, multi-billion dollar anti-male complex run by feminists who hate men and boys. Again, it sounds too bizarre and deranged to be true, but this is literally the society we're living in.
In spite of calling herself a feminist, Camille Paglia expresses many common sense truths. However, she speaks like a machine gun, so you have to listen carefully for the nuggets of wisdom expressed in her often animated barrage of speech and gestures.
Hasn't Camille said that she calls herself a feminist solely to piss off other feminists?
That would be just lovely and not a Pandora's box at all.
Why shouldn't government tell colleges what courses the government will fund?
If colleges think it's so important, they can find the funding for it themselves.
We should not be paying for underwater basketweaving classes.
I don’t think making it an us vs them mentality is the best idea, we can support men and checking prostates without screaming “look at us not them”
The poster will be charged with hate speech shortly.
Agree, but when everything turns pink in October and sucks up all the funding dollars it kind of does become us vs them. Far more research money is collected and spent on breast research, meanwhile men's lives don't matter as much.
Please support Mark's crowdfunder if you can so he can finally get justice: https://gogetfunding.com/innocence/
”ME TOO”. Has anyone else seen this passed around Facebook? It excludes men as victims of harrasment and focuses solely on female victims.
If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote "Me too" as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem. Copy and paste to share."
I am a bit Disturbed that this is being passed off as a woman issue.
A male friend of mine posted it and was told he's "not funny or original". He was molested at age 6 for over a year...
Those people are part of the reason why it’s such a problem
And if I make a comment or post about this on Facebook, I'll be called sexist, unsympathetic, and an asshole. As if the world needs to add more fuel to this fire in favor of women. Fuck me, right?
How about if everyone who HASN'T sexually assaulted or harassed someone posts "Not me"?
My feminists, SJW whack-job cousin posted it. I was tempted to reply with "Me too. By your brother. I was 8."
My wife thinks it's easier for me, because I work
I work full time 9-5. She studies full time Mon-Wed 9-6, looks after our 2yo Thu-Fri 9-6. Mon-Fri from 6pm we do toddler stuff and house chores together. We spend Saturday and Sunday doing 50/50.
I've never asked my wife to be a housekeeper, or do stuff just because I work. Never asked her to bring me a beer while I watch TV, or demand why clothes are not cleaned or ironed. When she does any of those thing, it's because she wants. Truth being said she does the cleaning, but she could leave it for the weekend, and I could do it. When I do any of those things for her, it's because I want or she asks me to.
We I get from work I'm very tired. I do all it needs to get the little fellow into bed, like dinner, bath or book reading, on the other hand I don't want to do some things like cleaning a toilet. I rather doing it on weekends.
I feel lucky we have decent life. We live in a London (UK) suburb, own a flat, have 2 cars, 2yo goes to nursery 30 hours per week, my wife instead of working can study and make a career, we do one trip a year to the beach, and another transatlantic.
It was last Friday night when I was very tired and decided to go to sleep (10:30 pm), and my wife got pissed. She says:"I have to do everything and I'm exhausted. And you, you go to work and don't need to worry of anything, that's easy for you."
Fury. Fury. Fury. It's been one week I don't speak to her. And I'm still pissed.
I wanted to share with you my experience. Thanks for reading reddit.
Not sure if the silent treatment is the most mature response to this, but if it works then good. I'd sit down with her and calmly inform her how irrational her comment was and how wrong she is.
I know you are angry and your anger is justified, but not talking to your wife won't solve anything or make your situation any better.
This is pretty common, wives think husbands' life are busy because they are not present at the office, and husbands think their wives life is easy becuase they are not present at the Just talk to her. Share your perspective and try to solve each others problems mutually.
my wife instead of working can study and make a career
And when that all comes to fruition, you may be in the surplus to requirements box
Funny fact, I live on my own and my apartment is spotless. All it takes me is 2.5 hours of cleaning each week. When I hear women who claim that doing chores is a full time job, I cannot help but laughing my ass off...
Some sickening comments. Talk about entitlement.
Seriously. Imagine if the genders were reversed and a woman strung along a guy who wanted kids (note: the guy did not do that but that’s how /sub/relationships is taking it).
Now imagine that dude vandalized the woman’s car years later, made fake Twitter accounts to smear her, threatened her job, etc., like this woman has done.
They would lose their minds. They would want this guy’s head.
But a woman does it? Well, that’s okay because she has a “right to be pissed.”
So short recap: Shit relationship. She wanted the savior-baby, he didn't. They divorced (drawn out process it seemed). Years passed, he found someone else. That is a good relationship so they have a love-baby.
What I see here is a smart man doing the right thing for the baby.
The entire thread is vile. Someone gaining weight is an entirely reasonable reason to want a relationship to end. The mental struggle of watching someone you care about willingly let themselves enter a state of unhealthiness had major ramifications and brings up a ton of concerns. Yet everyone seems to be acting like his ONE mention makes him the worst guy ever.
Babysitting duty as in "the only time a man would deal with his children?"
Babysitting duty as in "are these your children, where is their mother. turning to child did this man hurt you?"
The first one. She did realize they were his kids and thought they were cute but was weirded out that the father was taking care of them instead of the mom.
I thought it was a joke too, until we had kids and tried to train our entire social circle out of the habit. As they started to have kids, it really tapered off quickly. Turns out pretty much no father of an infant appreciates being described as a "babysitter."
Because dads aren't parents.
A popular feminist board is discussing this image as a "double standard" and how unfair it is for girls. In the meantime, baby rape.
I've seen that sort of thing done countless times. You'd think it would be interesting but it isn't. It's not a train wreck. They just ban whoever said it and then move on after complaining about what a sexist asshole the banned person was.
Feminists have strong protections against thinking or ever questioning their absurd and self contradictory beliefs.
However if you do want to see it happening you need to pick a topic where they have some genuine disagreement such as TERF feminists vs non-TERF.
It would be very interesting to confront this said discussion with a screenshot of a "pick me up daddies, I'm into older guys" onsie compared to a similar reverse alternative for boys. To have that level of cognitive dissonance confronted would be a very interesting train wreck to witness.
Kind of what happened to me. First I got downvoted to -150. Then I had people responding with Twitter "wit," like "delete your account" and "who hurt u???"
Then I was banned and my posts were deleted.
Then they talked among themselves about how many men "just don't get it" and praised the mods for banning me.
I knew it was going to happen so it wasn't exactly like my feelings were hurt, but that's them breaks.
I imagine that this kind of stuff is exactly how Germaine Greer got away with publishing that semi-pornographic book on barely teen boys. When she is standing over a 13 year old's junk covered in rose petals, and nobody says anything, then there is clearly a sick problem. And nobody is recognizing how sick and demented it is, because it's boys.
If ten thousand men die...meh.
If a woman shows boobies...
RED ALERT. EVERYONE TO STATIONS...
Somewhere, somehow, a male may be taking pleasure in this scene. THIS SHALL NOT STAND. BECAUSE I MYSELF AM UGLY. KILL ALL MEN. KILLLLLLL
and now youre banned from xx congratulations!
She's correct. It is revealing a lot about how women's bodies are treated in popular media:
With kids gloves compared to how men's bodies are treated.
Tis a shit sub anyways.