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Women Run the World?

Posted Jul 5, '13 at 11:50am

HahiHa

HahiHa

5,300 posts

Knight

There needs to be variety in the world, or we wouldn't be human beings. If we are all equal, then it makes us easier to control.

You're badly mixing up things. Being equal under the law has nothing to do with resembling each other. Equality of races, genders etc. is not going to increase societal conformity. Equality simply makes sure noone, neither man nor woman, is above or below the other. That's what you want, judging by your next-to-last sentence. So I don't get your problem.
 

Posted Jul 5, '13 at 12:18pm

HahiHa

HahiHa

5,300 posts

Knight

Who wants that?

 

Posted Jul 5, '13 at 2:20pm

Kasic

Kasic

5,740 posts

What I'm saying is that they want people to be equal in all ways.


Equal in opportunity, rights, privileges, and treatment.

Of course there are differences between people. One person can be better at something than another, or have a different approach or skill that lets them accomplish the same thing. However, this falls into everything. A woman -can- be stronger than a man, and there -are- many women who are. There are weak men. Yet you automatically assume, based on your comments, that every man is better than a woman when it comes to physical activity, and you automatically assume every woman is better than a man when it comes to home-related things.

What you believe isn't true, Knight.
 

Posted Jul 5, '13 at 2:21pm

Kasic

Kasic

5,740 posts

A woman -can- be stronger than a man, and there -are- many women who are. There are weak men


*and strong men, who are still weaker than even yet stronger women. Not trying to imply a woman can only be stronger than a weak man.
 

Posted Jul 5, '13 at 3:09pm

Wyrzen

Wyrzen

327 posts

Women are sometimes smarter than men, braver, etc. but I still think that it's bad, mentally, for a man to be under a woman. Now in the past 60 years, the media has been pushing agendas like feminism, race-mixing, equality, etc. But the thing is, poeple need to be different. There needs to be variety in the world, or we wouldn't be human beings. If we are all equal, then it makes us easier to control. Some people have to speak aloud, some have to work hard in the world, some have to protect what is theirs. Everyone has their own roles in society. Women shouldn't be treated like slaves, but they shouldn't be treated like they're higher than men. This causes jealousy, envy, and feminism, which are all bad.


Yes, but men shouldn't be higher than women either. And of course people are different, if we weren't life would be so incredibly boring, as you said. But what's wrong with some feminism, or race-mixing and equality? Everybody deserves to be equal under the law. It's not so, but they deserve it.

And what's wrong with some feminism? I'm not an advocate of extreme feminism, but there's nothing wrong with women striving to be equal.
 

Posted Jul 7, '13 at 2:35am

BRF321JOJO

BRF321JOJO

115 posts

? Man Just by posting the first two sentences i can tell your sexist.

 

Posted Jul 7, '13 at 8:09am

partydevil

partydevil

5,130 posts

? Man Just by posting the first two sentences i can tell your sexist.

keep on readin. he isn't.
he is just pointing out that there are factual differences. not that the differences are the means for a different treatment.
 

Posted Jul 7, '13 at 8:25am

partydevil

partydevil

5,130 posts

Everybody deserves to be equal under the law. It's not so,

under the law is one if the few places everyone actually is equal....
 

Posted Jul 7, '13 at 11:20am

Wyrzen

Wyrzen

327 posts

under the law is one if the few places everyone actually is equal....


You're right, I spoke incorrectly. Under the law everybody is equal, but people are rarely treated as such. I believe that's what I was attempting to say.
 

Posted Jul 7, '13 at 8:59pm

Xzeno

Xzeno

2,354 posts

You're right, I spoke incorrectly. Under the law everybody is equal
Your profile says you're American. I don't know whose law you're referring to, but the US explicitly DOESN'T have gender equality.

I SWEAR I WILL ACTUALLY REPLY TO THIS SOMEDAY!
 
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