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- 25th-June-2008 #1
Is Gloria Steinem considered radical, or more mainstream? Is she a feminist hero, or do they disown her? If she is considered radical, who is someone more mainstream?
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- 26th-June-2008 #2
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I believe she's considered radical, at least by normal folks. As far as I know, 'feminists' consider her to be sound as a pound.►My blog / Your Blog
The most offensive thing you can do to a feminist is treat her with FULL equality.Wife : "I dreamt they were auctioning off dicks. The big ones went for ten dollars and the thick ones went for twenty dollars."
Husband : "How about the ones like mine?"
Wife : "Those they gave away."
Husband : "I had a dream too...I dreamt they were auctioning off pussy. The pretty ones went for a thousand dollars, and the little tight ones went for two thousand."
Wife : "And how much for the ones like mine?"
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- 26th-June-2008 #3
I would say Steinem is a moderate feminist in feminist circles. I agree with Marx, she is probably radical to normal folks.
She co-founded Ms. magazine and does a lot of her work in a very moderate way. She is very active at Smith College, it's west coast equivalent is Mills College, where I spent quite a bit of time in the day. I never married that gyrl, to say the least.
Full Spectrum of Steinem:
An Article She Wrote Just this Year:
- 26th-June-2008 #4
Just my personal opinion:
As far as I can see, Gloria Steinem was always looking for benefits for women, sometimes for children, but never made anything concerning equality, never was considering anything related to 'men or men's problems'.
A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle.
I would call her therefore a 'radical feminist'.
Her basic thinking is not liberal.
However her way to talk is somewhat more moderate, somewhat more into US-politics, not openly hateful, not like, for example, Germaine Greer.Yohan's
Let's do something...Why remain silent?Let's talk back to unreasonable feminist demands.
- 26th-June-2008 #5
Well within the target zone for a burst of FMJs.
Cum dilectione hominum et odio vitiorum
Love the Sinner but not the Sin.
“ For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers,
against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. “
(and within ourselves)
(Ephesians 6:12 (KJV)
A Feminist is a human being who has lost her way and turned vicious.
If you meet one on the road as you Go your Own Way,
offer kindness but keep your sword drawn.
the feminits have fitted us with a yoke
and all they have done is chatter and legislate the claptrap into statutes while men watched on
men must repeal this nonsense cause feminits have basically turned men into functional eunuchs in their hareem
- 27th-June-2008 #8
TERA, first you had a smelly hippie chick avatar and now you got a god damn peace sign
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so yoiu've seen me in my wranglers
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- 27th-June-2008 #14
Re: Question...Feminism = Fear + Flattery
- 1st-July-2008 #15
Re: Question...Fuck it all. Fuck this world. Fuck everything that you stand for. Don't belong. Don't exist. Don't give a shit. Don't ever judge me.