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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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FoxCatsRats1996 Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Can I make a drawing about this?
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. 
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. "rape culture" a thing that the feminazis (the rabid feminists) invented?
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 ~…
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.
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.
Mike-the-cat Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013
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.
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.
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. 
PatheticDevil Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2013
Do you REALLY want to share a public restroom with dudes? REALLY?
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