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Did you guys finally figure out if feminism is good or bad? The sots forum has been feminist for like 12 years. Probably because of the futurist bent of their game franchise.
That's not how it works. The kids of today won't identify feminism with suffragettes, voting rights, equality or sexual revolution, but with screeching blue-pink haired balloons, because that's the strongest memory they'll have about the word.It's been long established; people who are being honest know what feminism stands for and they know when the good name of feminism is being abused
But then we could all be GEMs! To your point, a thing could be called anything and anyone can pervert its meaning so given enough time names and labels are meaningless. But better names and labels can prevent surface level problems from occurring and not require people to start doing mental backflips to understand what is being said....some long name which would not sound too great. Like I don't know, Gender Equality Movement or something else unimpressive like that.
This is exactly the problem however. Currently, in an attempt to evolve, there is quite a strong effort to ensure that it is known the feminist movement seeks equal rights for men and women. It can’t be ignored that some may come to the slightly incorrect conclusion you just have. Inherent in its name it is seeking to elevate women to the same position as men and that is a paradigm which is discriminatory. Here is a ted talk where the speaker far more eloquently explains the problems than I can. It’s 15 minutes but I urge anyone to at least quickly skip through it.women are not on equal footing with men, so naturally, from a feminist P.O.V., we'd be focusing our thoughts and efforts on the situation of women. If your goal is to better the feminine situation, then it makes sense that your movement is called feminist.
Sort of. From what I understand, a couple of men in the US have founded such a movement. However, any good intent that came with the founding of it quickly went away to let openly misogynistic men lead the movement. In a way, that movement could be seen as a response to the more radical feminists.Out of curiousity, is there masculinism or sth similar? If only as an opposite ideology.
What makes you think that?That's not how it works. The kids of today won't identify feminism with suffragettes, voting rights, equality or sexual revolution, but with screeching blue-pink haired balloons, because that's the strongest memory they'll have about the word.
Bruh ****ing moment, lmao. You've just shot dead every last ounce of your credibility. That is conspiracy theory grade bull. This is literally one of the first things you learn in gender studies, social issues, or psych. The statistics are as such: Women attempt suicide more often, men attempt suicide less often, but succeed disproportionately, due to the usage of more violent methods of suicide than women.I don’t believe men are more likely to succeed at suicide, I think they’re more likely to be suicided