Who's Tired of Pink?
This is a discussion on Who's Tired of Pink? within the Feminist/ Misandry anti misandry forums, part of the Why We're Here category; Quote from Fruit_Cake feminists don't really influence me at all, they never did, why would it change my world? i ...
- 30th-January-2008 #16
Re: Who's Tired of Pink?
Feminists have changed our society, and for better or worse we are all affected by their policies. Consider a typical 'day in the life' of a Westerner:
- wake up, listen to radio or tv droning about women's problems or trivial desires (advertising)
- send your child to a feminist-inflected daycare or school system
- commute to work with women on the road or transit system, and work with women side by side, possibly as a result of affirmative action hiring
- come home to a wife who also works in a job she hates, and doesn't have the time or energy to perform traditional domestic duties
- lose your money, your children and your sanity in divorce court
I could go on but I think you can see the point. Ask a non-Westerner, they'll explain. One of feminism's ongoing tactics is to pretend that they are weak and powerless, and that Western society has ignored them. Pure cant.Feminism = Fear + Flattery
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- 30th-January-2008 #17
Re: Who's Tired of Pink?Originally Posted by kim The fact that we weren't enslaved to begin aside
i really really struggle to understand where you're coming from kim, you know, when i read what you say i feel like your living on a different planet to the one im on. Oh well, i suppose eventually i might follow you a bit better..
As for women being enslaved, you said yourself you'd prefer to be a stay at home mom taking care of your kids. Well, that about sums up the terrible 'oppression' women had to suffer. They were expected to stay home and take care of their children and family. Men were expected to work and support their children and family. Both genders had roles they were expected to follow. If we were enslaved by our roles, then men were equally enslaved by theirs.
However, the fact is, nobody was enslaved. It was an inspired design that worked and that we've all screwed up.
they're always saying how this movement will free women from the horrors of feminism or something like that, its like their main brainwashing statement they dreampt up
Honestly, feminism has little effect on my life, either, because I believe in defining my own reality. I don't buy into the lies and see no reason to live in the manner dictated to me by society. One of my mottos is 'Be in the world, but not of the world'. That said, just because feminism's affect on my life is minimal, doesn't mean I'm not concerned with the damage it's done to society. While my life remains nice and happy, I still have to look around me and watch while others suffer, watch while society suffers. I don't believe in standing by and watching a wrong and doing nothing simply because it doesn't affect me personally."Every noble impulse, every unselfish expression of love; every brave suffering for the right; every surrender of self to something higher than self; every loyalty to an ideal; every unselfish devotion to principle; every helpfulness to humanity; every act of self-control; every fine courage of the soul, undefeated by pretense or policy, but by being, doing, and living of good for the very good’s sake—that is spirituality." -David O. McKay
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. Ephesians 6:12