True feminists don't put down men, they simply equalize women
It has turned out to be that way hasn't it? <br />
Feminism was supposed to be about equal rights. Women having the right to vote, as well as men. Women getting equal pay to men in the workplace. Women having equal rights and opportunities as men. There are feminists who still feel this way.<br />
Then there are the others. The feminists who hate men and also hate the women who love men. The only people they do like are men-bashing lesbian "feminists" like themselves. They want to see men eradicated from society or at least treated like slaves. This is the complete opposite to what feminism was supposed to be about. These people are nothing but haters.
:) bingo !
No, because being a feminist is not being anti-man.<br />
Yet, the term may (and does) lead to misinterpretation, so we better call it gender-equality or anti-sexism.
Some of us prefer equality to feminism.
since the heart of it radical feminism is run by separatist lesbians. yep. a quick look at agent oranges files off radfem hub will quickly put this issue to rest for you as well as possibly give you nightmares...<br />
These are also the same people who glorified valerie solanas a woman who wanted to wipe men off the planet in a display of genocidal intent that makes hitler look like a fluffy kitten...
In high School debate one of our cases was this "Is feminist Ideals a determent to gender equality" I won state with my case on this matter but ironically I won it on a technicality about definitions go figure he he I think that in order for there to be gender equality you must find a way to balance the differences and that is nearly impossible both men and women have stronger quality's in which being valued for what they are make it impossible it is a apples and oranges comparison and in truth equal is a term taken from mathematics and not nature that being said both genders are valuable in different ways
Yes. Feminism's equality is like Communism's equality . Some people are more equal than others. Whats yours is mine, what's mine is not yours.
No. It's a struggle against any gender prejudice and unfair treatment. Words are imperfect, what matters is the content of the struggle.
Extremists always suck. They give the rational women a bad name.
I think the whole field is technically called gender now, so... no.