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1.  You insist that teaching men to not rape (which we already do) is sufficient to eliminate the nonexistent "rape culture", and yet you cringe at the idea of teaching children to abstain until they can handle children, insisting that children are too stupid do control themselves, while potential rapists aren't.
2.  You insist that birth control and abortion is none of their business, and yet you insist you get their tax money involved in it.
3.  You don't realize that hardly anyone wants to ban birth control, they just don't want to pay for it.
4.  You ignore the problems that women face in third world countries.  Bonus points if you compare them to your own like some spoiled brat.
5.  You are completely unaware of Planned Parenthood's racist past, and their connections with the KKK, which they have never apologized for.  You also ignore or excuse bad behavior from abortion clinics.
6.  You insist that men should have no say in abortion or birth control, while you yourself are either a lesbian, a virgin, sterile, or even a male.  Wait, I only have a say if I'm FOR it?
7.  You cringe at women being sexualized in the media, and yet you yourself exercise little sexual restraint.  Bonus points if you make fun of pro lifers for being "prudes".  Double it if you support "topfreedom".
8.  You take the SCUM manifesto seriously.
9.  You are completely baffled at the idea that a pro life man will actually abstain until he's ready to raise kids.
10.  You find the idea that people can go without birth control to be completely incomprehensible. (Added after talking to butt hurt feminists)
11.  You are completely baffled at the idea of complementarianism and consider it sexist, even though it's supposed to be the opposite of sexist.
12.  You consider it sexist to state that men and women are different, and that they have different needs.  What, are the X and Y chromosomes completely pointless?
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MaddKossack115 Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2015
Ok, I initially planned to only comment on your posts one at a time, and give a week or so breathing time to see if you can make reasonable counter-arguments, or if you'd just delete my comments and ban me from posting for not agreeing with your right-wing views.  But frankly, this article has been digging under my skin for a while, and the lack of criticisms of any sort really makes me believe somebody has to step in somehow.  Therefore, I'll make counter-arguments to all of the points of what a supposed "feminzai" is:

1. Ok, I may be missing the point of whatever "rape culture" is, but in my understanding of it (which is more influenced by its use as a trope in TV, Movies, Games, etc.) "rape culture" is assuming that whenever a bad guy does something bad to a woman, it ALWAYS has to rape, hold rapey implications (i.e. the evil overlord kidnapping the princess to be his bride), or have the women assaulted in ways that leave them "broken" by the villain.  And from that understanding, the argument isn't how "rape will just go away if we tell people not to rape", but that it's overly played up as a cheap "shock factor" to the point it doesn't seem shocking at all, and only serves as a cheap way to depower female characters, and make them seem little more than victims to pity than issues to be properly addressed.  

2. Well, I'm certain some conservatives would say the War on Terror is "none of your business" to anti-war activists, or people who just want to question the tactics or justifications of certain wars, but we still have to pay for them regardless.

3. Same point as number 2: there's always something we don't want to spend our taxdollars on, but spend anyways to ensure the government doesn't devolve to a backwards nation ignoring changes around the world, and in its own society.

4. Um, I'm pretty sure that when feminists do compare women in Third-World countries, it IS to point out the problems they face, mostly through how they are oppressed by male-dominated societies.  I do think that comparing some situations in the Third World to America is sometimes hyperbolic, but they DO recognize the problems, and the more active feminist groups that I know explicitly focus on solving those problems in Third World countries.

5. Ok, I didn't know that Planned Parenthood had any connections to racism and the KKK until this post... and I'm still not 100% convinced they still do, unless you can pull up a link or two showing it.  Even if Planned Parenthood was founded by racists or the KKK, I'm certain they've distanced themselves enough that racism doesn't apply to their policies anymore.  Oh, and anybody complaining about "bad behavior" from abortion clinics shouldn't have the right to excuse fundie nutjobs detonating bombs in them to kill the medical staff.

6. Ok,while I can see your point of how it's wrong for somebody to talk about abortion/birth control if they can't become pregnant, I don't think that justifies discounting the opinions of women who can become pregnant, for OR against.  A pro-abortion person shouldn't condemn a women who doesn't want any abortions for whatever reason, as much as an anti-abortion person shouldn't persecute a women who wants an abortion.  Personally, I only think that abortions should be given if birthing complications would kill the child anyways, or even kill the mother, or in cases of rape where a woman is forced with a child they never wanted or could hope to support.

7. Personally, I cringe at ANY sign of sexualization in the media, or "sexual power" being expressed by individuals, since they boil down attractiveness to body features instead of actual personalities, and often in ways that devalue said personalities.  I won't mind if a women in media is physically attractive (unless exaggerated to the point it's more comical or grotesque than attractive), but I'll gag if they're portrayed as an air-headed bimbo, or engage in "romantic" encounters without any real chemistry.  Although I don't have a problem with people who could be considered "prudes", I don't support people who treat prudishness as holding the moral high ground (like some pro-lifers do).

8. I don't know what the SCUM Manifesto is, but I'm certain anybody who takes it seriously (as either a threat or as the gospel) is a total idiot.

9. Well, the main argument isn't if pro-life men can abstain until having kids (it's more often than not a given, I've found out), but what happens if a child is forced onto a women in a situation where she can't support a child - whether it's because a rapist forced the burden onto her, because her income can't support a child, or because the birth will have complication that would outright kill her.  I'm fairly certain a pro-life man would be capable of ensuring the first two scenarios wouldn't happen to whoever they want to have a family with, and I'm still certain some of them would make an exception if complications that would threaten their wife and/or kill their child came into play.

10. Ok, I can understand if this involves some feminists freaking out over how other women DO get through their life without birth control, but if it's defending their personal decision to have birth control for themselves, I think they can keep that right, thank you very much.

11. I'm not sure what "complementarianism", but it vaguely sounds like a bullshit excuse for men to make drunken "nice rack!" comments to women at a bar.  Now, if what you're saying is that men shouldn't be called sexist because they simply call a women "beautiful" through sappy and cheesy romantic stuff, that's fine, or even that they shouldn't be called sexist if they make a pass at a women, but apologizes when she takes offense to something he didn't mean offense with.  But if it's to allow a man making sexual comments at somebody, no matter how many times they tell them "no means no", then THAT'S sexist in my book.

12. Well yes, there ARE difference in men and women biologically, but outside of the ones directly related to sexual reproduction (childcare for women, viagra pills for men, etc.), there should NOT be differences to men and women based on what careers they can pursue, or what interests they can take a part in.  A women shouldn't be rejected from the military because "it's a man's job", and a man shouldn't be shamed out of being a nurse because "that's only what girls do".  Likewise, a girl shouldn't be denied from masculine-orientated entertainment, nor a boy denied from feminine-orientated entertainment, just because it's a hobby mostly practiced by their opposite sex.

And on one final note, STOP USING FEMINAZI TO DESCRIBE FEMINISTS YOU DON'T AGREE WITH!!!!  Barring the whole "Godwin's Law" of comparing something to Nazi's, this is by far the worst comparison you can make, since the Nazis were one of the most male-dominant, anti-female groups in modern history.  If you still want to accuse some feminists of stepping across the line into "tyranny", then use terms like "radical feminist", "militant feminist", or "feminist fundamentalist", but STOP saying "Feminazi"!  It's just as bad as when someone says "Commie-Nazi", and probably worse since it's clearly being taken seriously instead of just being a joke!
So, there are all my points of why I think these arguments against "feminazis" are either full of crap, or REALLY exaggerating the "threat" posed by feminists to white men of privelage.  Feel free to disagree at your leisure, so long as it doesn't involve banning me just for saying something you don't like.
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FoxCatsRats1996 Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Can I make a drawing about this?
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Yamiga Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2014  Student Writer
This makes me hate feminism even more. Feminazi's and feminist are all the same to me. 
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Robotic-Mind Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2014
I'm a feminist, and I hate the sexism in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.

And...is "rape culture" a thing that the feminazis (the rabid feminists) invented?
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Requiemsvoid Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Not sure if you've already been answered, but no..

The term "Rape Culture" originated in our prison system. Feminists hijacked it
because of how epidemic it sounds in supporting their agenda/propaganda.

If you'd like to know more about this topic or perhaps see the other side of
the coin (Facts Vs. Feminism). I'd recommend googling "Karen Straughan".

She's one of the reasons the "Voice for Men" conference was such a success.

IE: Her lecture ~
www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZgr69…
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DaBair Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
3 is true. Feminazis ignore women in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East in favor of turning white Western women into goddesses.
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Rhavencroft Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Thank you for summing up everything that makes me dislike feminism. I've seen so much hypocrisy in this belief that it makes me sick. I realize not every feminist is this bad, but...well, the majority of what i've seen of them are. Especially when parading the idea of 'If you are anti-abortion, you are anti-women' like it makes sense. Does that mean if I am pro-life, I am anti-myself?

It claims to be a movement of freedom while it lumps genders and belief systems into stereotypical categories.
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Mike-the-cat Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I used to think that invoking Godwin's law when it comes to feminism was hyperbole, now I'm not sure anymore.  To say that anti abortion is anti women is like saying that anti racism is anti white people.

It's all about dependence on the government, independence from common sense and morality, and a false hope that any amount of social engineering will enable women to not suffer the consequences for their poor choices.
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Rhavencroft Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Indeed. The desire for freedom seems to include the desire to be free of consequence. Which is stupid.

Everyone has consequences for their actions, regardless of race, class, gender or status. Women should be no different. I understand the motive, (Or at least, what was the original motive)and society can have oppressive tendencies toward certain groups but-- that's life. I honestly don't see all oppression suddenly coming to a redemptive halt any time soon, and stomping, screaming and kicking isn't going to help. It would probably make things worse by enforcing stereotypes.

If you are going to be against that kind of oppression the least you can do is be reasonable and logical about it.
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majicfrog Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013
11. Sexism is, by definition, discrimination based on sex. Complementarianism discriminates based on sex in that it advocates distinct roles based on sex, which is discriminating. It should be noted that, strictly speaking, sex-separated restrooms are also sexist, however. Separate but equal? Fwah!
12. See above.

Semantics! Mwuahahaha. It's interesting that "discrimination" has gotten such a bad connotation (although it does have that dis- prefix... so I suppose it is warranted). As previously noted, separate restrooms are discrimination.  Giving aid to disabled people is discrimination. Denying those under 18 years of age the right to vote is discrimination. Are these things bad? Not necessarily. 
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PatheticDevil Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2013
Do you REALLY want to share a public restroom with dudes? REALLY?
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majicfrog Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2013
Considering I am male, I see no problem with this.
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PatheticDevil Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2013
... well do you think any women would want to share a publicrestroom with you
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majicfrog Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2013
There are many who do not care about such things. In many European countries, bathrooms are all unisex.
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PatheticDevil Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2013
i'm assuming INDIVIDUAL bathrooms though. do you think anyone wants girls to be in the same room as the pee trough you see at sporting events? FUCK NO
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majicfrog Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2013
No, not individual bathrooms (although there are some of those as well). Many European countries have multiple-person unisex bathrooms and even changing rooms. It's not really a big deal.
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PatheticDevil Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2013
listen i get the "our bodies are beautiful" schtik but that is just stupid. there are separate bathrooms for a reason and that reason is men and women have physical differences.
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Mike-the-cat Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Chivalry may be sexist, but it's the only reason I treat feminists with more respect than males who are equally full of crap.
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Idellechi Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Student General Artist
I don't think scantily clad videogame characters are oppresive, I just think it's dumb as shit to have armour that doesnt protect any of your vital organs and wish games would provide more realistic armour.

but birth control is a medicine and it needs to be covered by insurance. I don't want to pay for people's doctors visits because they smoke or do drugs, but we do anyway. It's called not being a selfish cunt.

Abortion should be something a couple decides on together.

Topfreedom is only fair. Men's breasts and women's breasts aren't much different. We also have the right to breastfeed our kids wherever.

Just because the south has a 'racist past' doesn't mean i'm NOT going to travel to florida. So your argument is stupid.

I'd teach my kids to obstain from having kids if they can't handle it. They WILL use birth control if they decide to have sex, and can get abortions if they get pregnant. You can't stop kids from having sex. it wont work.

I support telling both men and women that rape is wrong.

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Mike-the-cat Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
"I don't think scantily clad videogame characters are oppresive, I just think it's dumb as shit to have armour that doesnt protect any of your vital organs and wish games would provide more realistic armour."

It's fine to complain about that, just don't be hypocritical about it.

"but birth control is a medicine and it needs to be covered by insurance. I don't want to pay for people's doctors visits because they smoke or do drugs, but we do anyway. It's called not being a selfish cunt."

No, birth control is a luxury item.  I'm sorry you find it incomprehensible that you can go without it.

"Abortion should be something a couple decides on together."

So men are put into a position to force their partner to get an abortion.

"Topfreedom is only fair. Men's breasts and women's breasts aren't much different. We also have the right to breastfeed our kids wherever."

Not really.  Female breasts are heavily sexualized.  You're only bitching because modesty acknowledges the fact that men and women are different.

"Just because the south has a 'racist past' doesn't mean i'm NOT going to travel to florida. So your argument is stupid."

Florida has apologized for it.  PP has not.

"I'd teach my kids to obstain from having kids if they can't handle it. They WILL use birth control if they decide to have sex, and can get abortions if they get pregnant. You can't stop kids from having sex. it wont work."

And yet you can stop people from raping or murdering completely?  Just because the obesity rate is going up doesn't meant that teaching kids to eat right and exercise isn't doing any good.
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Idellechi Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Student General Artist
Okay, I guess Ibuprofen is a luxury item too. Just shut up and deal with your menstrual pain, I'm not giving you any goddamn insurance!

Both people. BOTH decide. men can't force a woman to keep it or to abort it, neither can a woman do that to a man

well if we are the ones who have sexualized them, we can un-sexualize them. We did it with our ankles, we can do it with our breasts.

I never said we can stop rape or murder completely. But i'm not going to tell my children to not have sex or masturbate, or they'd burn forever. 

Im sure some people in PP have apologized, but not the whole orginization (If we go by trusting your word) But i'm sure there are still plenty of racists in the south even though the governments apologized. 
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Mike-the-cat Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
"Okay, I guess Ibuprofen is a luxury item too. Just shut up and deal with your menstrual pain, I'm not giving you any goddamn insurance!"

Look, unless you have sex every single day, you can easily go without it.  It's not like you'll die if you don't have sex.  My sister doesn't take those pills.  I don't think my parents do either.

"Both people. BOTH decide. men can't force a woman to keep it or to abort it, neither can a woman do that to a man"

Sorry sweetie, it doesn't work that way in the real world.  Many feminists recognize that abortion is liberation for men, not for women.  Men have more to gain by aborting than by having children.

"well if we are the ones who have sexualized them, we can un-sexualize them. We did it with our ankles, we can do it with our breasts."

Except you can have breast orgasms?  Or that the fact that breasts develop differently from other primates speaks volumes about how sexual breasts really are?

"But i'm not going to tell my children to not have sex or masturbate, or they'd burn forever."

Why not?  I thought the whole point of sex ed is to prevent STDs or unexpected pregnancies?

"Im sure some people in PP have apologized, but not the whole orginization (If we go by trusting your word) But i'm sure there are still plenty of racists in the south even though the governments apologized. "

Did you know that disadvantaged ethnic groups receive more abortions than white people?  Or that PP markets heavily towards them?


Take a look at this vid:  www.youtube.com/watch?v=rD9aF9…
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Idellechi Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Student General Artist
THe pills arent just for sex, they're for your reproductive system health and they especially help with menstrual symptoms. Trust me, PMS ain't pretty for anyone. That would probably be the main reason I would buy those pills because my family has really bad symptoms, and mine last for 6 and a half days on average plus i get symptoms of PMS ever since I start ovulating.

Abortion is liberation for women too, because a lot of times the men will leave the woman if she decides to keep the child and then she wouldnt be able to support it

Men's breasts are sensitive too, you know

Yeah and that's why im telling them to use condoms and birth control and not to remain abstinent

Well maybe that was just one location. But anyway just because PP is one abortion provider doesnt mean that it's all abortion providers
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Mike-the-cat Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
If $20 a month is too expensive, you're a cheapskate.  Sorry.  And what about the countless women that simply take their cramps without meds?  It's very numerous.

"Abortion is liberation for women too, because a lot of times the men will leave the woman if she decides to keep the child and then she wouldnt be able to support it"

Where does that happen?  Opposite world?  And even if that were true, it only goes to show how abortion is liberation for men alone.  He should stop whining about paying child support.

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Men's breasts are sensitive too, you know"

No, they are not, unless you're gay.

"Yeah and that's why im telling them to use condoms and birth control and not to remain abstinent"

Kind of like using emetics instead of eating right and exercising?  I didn't know that abstinence spread STDs.  Maybe in opposite land it does?

"Well maybe that was just one location. But anyway just because PP is one abortion provider doesnt mean that it's all abortion providers"

Kind of how in the IRS scandal, it was only one location, that was ORDERED TO DO IT BY THE MAIN HQ???

Or how about the mere fact that the majority of abortion clinics will keep the age of a 14 year old's boyfriend under wraps to avoid getting him in trouble?

www.childpredators.com/


I'm sorry, but Feminism is a false religion.  The sooner you consider yourself an apostate, the happier you will be.
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Idellechi Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Student General Artist
I'm not cheap, I just am on a lot of medications and it's very expensive, I'm on several different types of pills currently.

IRS is government run, PP isnt.

It's not the duty of clinics, that's something for the parents.

ABISTENCE DOESNT WORK, it's been proven it DOESNT WORK.
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Mike-the-cat Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
"I'm not cheap, I just am on a lot of medications and it's very expensive, I'm on several different types of pills currently."

How much do you need birth control?

"IRS is government run, PP isnt."

PP receives over 2/3rds of their income from taxpayers.  So it is as good as "government run".

"It's not the duty of clinics, that's something for the parents."

The mere fact that the clinics didn't do a damn thing when they should have speaks volumes that they are corrupt.

"ABISTENCE DOESNT WORK, it's been proven it DOESNT WORK."
 

Actually, the idea that teaching abstinence, or merely practicing it, doesn't work is based off of correlation implying causation.  There are plenty of other studies that show it works, and you're a fool if you ignore it.  I could just as well state that the increasing obesity rate is caused by increasing efforts to teach kids to eat healthy food and exercise.  Are you from opposite world?  I've heard you spout lots of bullshit, but this takes the cake.

Again, feminism is for children who don't have a fucking clue about how the world really works.  The sooner you drop this foolish endeavor, the happier you'll be.
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QSB123 Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I do support topfreedom, since breasts are not inherently sexual and the taboo of female toplessness is really only a "Western thing". Also, if we are taking complementarianism as it is strictly defined in the Bible, it can be somewhat sexist and I do not believe men or women should be confined only to outdated gender roles.
Other than that, however, I am not a "feminazi" by these standards.
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Mike-the-cat Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Except it's scientifically proven that they are sexual in a way.  Since they develop differently from other primate's mammalries.

It was only an accident that they're not considered sexual in a couple of places in Africa or Asia.
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QSB123 Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I disagree.
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Mike-the-cat Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I think the reason why some women advocate toplessness is because traditional modesty acknowledges the difference between the sexes.  Toplessness will never work in western civilization.  Ever.
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QSB123 Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I've always felt men and women alike should dress at the level of modesty they are most comfortable with -all the way up to full nudism. While "naivete" is typically frowned upon, I think the barrier in most people's minds about dressing in very little clothing publicly is very reminiscent of humanity's fall and original sin. I guess in some weird, subconscious way, I think being allowed to wear less clothing without shame helps invoke thoughts of a happier time when life was simple and paradisaical, a life none of us got to experience. That's just me personally, of course, and I understand others' sense of modesty should be respected. Plus, you know, it's nice to bundle up when the weather turns cold.
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Mike-the-cat Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
What about those around you?  I've personally stared at the ceiling and wore a pair of swim trunks when showering in locker rooms.  Still do.
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QSB123 Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
If I'm in a public shower, I'm going to strip completely and not mind if others do the same, as long as no one states it makes them uncomfortable. Doesn't mean I'd ogle those around me! I just don't mind nudity, personally. But hey, if you're more modest, good on you and I don't mind.
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Mike-the-cat Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm somewhat comfortable with artistic nudity, though artistic nudity has existed for centuries.  IRL nudity is more taboo for some odd reason.
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BlameThe1st Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
13. You consider scantly-clad video game characters to be the epitome of oppression.

Sad thing is that Anita Sarkessian has seriously been considered a "civil rights" leader alongside MLK and Rosa Park: www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Urazp…
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Mike-the-cat Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That point you suggested is part of 7.  I don't like how women are sexualized in movies or videogames that otherwise have nothing to do with sexuality, but a lot of feminists who complain about it are very hypocritical, since they believe in ideas like sexual revolution or topfreedom.
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lordmep Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Fun fact: Rape culture was a term originally coined by prison reform activists to describe the environment within male prisons. Feminists caught wind of this and sought to maintain their monopoly over the word rape. They stole the term describing the horrors of prison life and projected it onto the whole of probably the safest place on earth for women, western culture.
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CrimsonFALKE Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
got a link?
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lordmep Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Pretty sure it's on AVfM
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CrimsonFALKE Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
well it would help your case to provide that link in the comment, is what I meant.
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lordmep Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Good point. Here's the video talking about it www.youtube.com/watch?v=u98O8G… and here's the link with specific detail meddlingrationalarchivist.word…
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CrimsonFALKE Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I should have been more clear.
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lordmep Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
All's good.
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JulianneKnight Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2013  Student Digital Artist
You might be in need of an education if you make the list above. Sorry OP, but you need to do some serious studying because it's very clear that you have no idea what you're talking about but are just parroting what other people have told you. 

First off, there's no such thing as a "feminizi." That is a term invented and used by misogynists to try to frame gender equality as somehow being a bad thing. It's especially ridiculous when you consider that the nazis were very anti-feminist. 

1. You've just provided an example of rape culture by ignoring it. It's clear that you don't understand the term and need to do some research. Men actually aren't taught not to rape, and that's a problem. Often, victims are blamed for being attacked all while people are ready to make excuses for rapists. Rape prevention is often focused on controlling women's perfectly legal behaviour rather than on the totally illegal behaviour or rapists. 
2. Exactly like EVERY OTHER FORM OF HEALTHCARE. 
3. First off, it's a lie that there are few people out to ban birth control. There are many. And singling out birth control as opposed to other forms of healthcare is inexcusable. 
4. No one ignores the problems abroad, it's just that they don't excuse domestic problems. 
5. PP is not racist. That claim is absolutely absurd and has been thoroughly debunked numerous times. Do your research. 
6. The only say anyone, male or female, ever gets to have on matters of birth control and abortion is THEIR OWN. The whole point of being prochoice is that it's not up to me what other people do, only that I respect and support their right to make their own choices. NO ONE gets a say in anyone else's body. That's the point.
7. My private life is up to me and does not excuse the commodification of women. Me being a healthy human being has no baring on the matter of companies using women as sexual props or gimmicks. 
8. The SCUM manifesto isn't meant to be taken altogether seriously. It's mostly satirical and only meant to make people imagine a world other than the one they're in so they can look at the one they're currently in in a different perspective. It's like Laura Caroll's The Baby Matrix in a way. 
9. No one is baffled by that. In fact, no one cares. The only issue is that the term "prolife" is a complete misnomer. 
10. Complementarianism is sexist. It relies on gender roles that are socially constructed rather than natural. Egalitarianism is the opposite of sexist. 
11. What's sexist is assuming that the differences between people's legs is important. Apart from a few medical needs, biological sex doesn't really matter that much. It's not that we don't think there are differences, it's that we don't put exaggerated amounts of weight on it. What's between the legs does not define who a person is, what they like, or what they can do with their lives nearly as much as you might think. 

Kid, do your research. 
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Thinker1988 Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2013
Baaaaw, men are complete monsters, women are still victims of everything, if a woman is sexy it's a degradation of women, men are still completely in control, women aren't allowed to do anything, but when they'll wake up and unite under the flag of feminism, they'll trow flying kicks and do something completely different from what they did till today, baaaaaw.
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Mike-the-cat Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
"1. You've just provided an example of rape culture by ignoring it. It's clear that you don't understand the term and need to do some research. Men actually aren't taught not to rape, and that's a problem. Often, victims are blamed for being attacked all while people are ready to make excuses for rapists. Rape prevention is often focused on controlling women's perfectly legal behaviour rather than on the totally illegal behaviour or rapists."

LOLWUT.  You're talking about the same crime that criminals in prison see fit to punish other criminals for?  The same crime that will ensure that the rapist will need to be protected in jail in order to avoid being killed?  The same crime that's more taboo than murder?

You could just as well say "Don't tell me to lock my door, tell people not to steal!"  "Don't tell me to not flash my bling, tell people to not mug!"  It's not victim blaming, it's fucking common sense.

"2. Exactly like EVERY OTHER FORM OF HEALTHCARE. "

It speaks volumes about your lifestyle when you are completely baffled by the idea of going without birth control.  Birth control is a luxury item, not a medicine that helps a medical condition.

"3. First off, it's a lie that there are few people out to ban birth control. There are many. And singling out birth control as opposed to other forms of healthcare is inexcusable."

Sources, where are these people?

And birth control isn't a form of healthcare.  It's a luxury item.  Should we fund farmers who want to spread random seeds without the intention of letting them sprout?  Should I pay for someone's sex toys and porn?

"4. No one ignores the problems abroad, it's just that they don't excuse domestic problems."

Domestic problems that show up because we don't give women taxpayers dollars for merely being women?

"5. PP is not racist. That claim is absolutely absurd and has been thoroughly debunked numerous times. Do your research. "

And you list no sources.  Good gravy.  How was it debunked?  Care to elaborate on it?  What was Margaret Sanger doing with the KKK?  Drinking Tea?

"6. The only say anyone, male or female, ever gets to have on matters of birth control and abortion is THEIR OWN. The whole point of being prochoice is that it's not up to me what other people do, only that I respect and support their right to make their own choices. NO ONE gets a say in anyone else's body. That's the point."

Well then, why do you have a say in an innocent child's body?

"7. My private life is up to me and does not excuse the commodification of women. Me being a healthy human being has no baring on the matter of companies using women as sexual props or gimmicks."

Stop accusing us of hating women and being prudes then.

"8. The SCUM manifesto isn't meant to be taken altogether seriously. It's mostly satirical and only meant to make people imagine a world other than the one they're in so they can look at the one they're currently in in a different perspective. It's like Laura Caroll's The Baby Matrix in a way. "

Wah wah wah wah wah wah wah...

Nope, I'm certain the person who wrote it was batshit crazy.  Feminists usually are.

"9. No one is baffled by that. In fact, no one cares. The only issue is that the term "prolife" is a complete misnomer. "

Was the term "abolitionist" a misnomer?

"10. Complementarianism is sexist. It relies on gender roles that are socially constructed rather than natural. Egalitarianism is the opposite of sexist."

Which is why transgendered men have to take classes to learn how to act more like the opposite sex?  Which is why transgendered men are more concerned about being STEREOTYPICAL women, instead of how women actually behave?
Also, this: fav.me/d535q2a

It's necessary for men to work, optional for women.  You are so oppressed.  :V

"11. What's sexist is assuming that the differences between people's legs is important. Apart from a few medical needs, biological sex doesn't really matter that much. It's not that we don't think there are differences, it's that we don't put exaggerated amounts of weight on it. What's between the legs does not define who a person is, what they like, or what they can do with their lives nearly as much as you might think. "

No, you consider it sexist to acknowledge any difference in genders, period.  Which is why we have stupid shit like treating gender dysphoria as anything other than a mental illness that will result in self castration if not treated.

Kid, stop projecting the need to do the research on me.
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XxchantellexX Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
2. That right there is an outright lie. 



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CrimsonFALKE Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this is so funny I am quoting it all
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deideiblueeyez Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
#4 really grinds my gears. "Oh boo hoo women in America only make" what is it "89 cents for every dollar a man makes" .. Cry me a river, women get paid the equivalent of 20 cents for a week of work...

#7 I want my women clothed, thank you very much. You know, to preserve the mystery of their bodies. A lady with a business suit is much sexier than a girl wearing a bikini with her boobs practically bursting out of her bra. 

11. Men and women are different. They're different biologically and emotionally. It's not just the fact that "culture" dictates this and that, it's just natural a girl would be more emotionally sensitive to other people, wouldn't it? They have to bear the children, don't they? Men can be sensitive too, and both can "balance" the tough love with nurturing feelings, but all those chemicals that make mothers bond with their children are released more often in a woman's system, aren't they? 
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MuslimGoku Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2013
I agree with most of this, as I also dislike feminists and feminism for the most part. However the first one is just untrue. There is a rape culture in America. Football players get away with raping girls all the time because of victim blaming idiots and Hank Hill style rednecks who think playing football makes you an unquestionable saint. And we as Americans love that rapes happen so often to men in prison, we don't feel even the slightest discomfort with that. And we brush off rapes and sexual assaults of males in general all the time, I've even seen people in mass argue that molesting and raping children isn't very bad when it's a boy getting molested by a woman.
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