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Just need a bit of raw cock innit.  :dave:

 

 

Kat Banyard, 30, author and co-founder of UK Feminista

 

The campaign group is especially concerned with the commercial sex industry and work to close down lap-dancing clubs.  :sad:

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Aye. It's none of their fucking business if other women want to dance and/or fuck for money.

 

Just another bunch of cunts trying to force their personal morals down everyone else's gullets.

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She's fucking deranged that one.

 

They promote sexist attitudes and behaviours - attitudes which underpin violence against women

 

Male-on-male violence is enormously more frequent than male-on-female violence. Surely, the logical conclusion of the abolition of those "sexist attitudes and behaviours" is a massive increase in violence against women, i.e. on a par with violence against men.

 

Certainly, if there weren't a social taboo against men hitting women, I'm sure she'd get her clock cleaned on a regular basis given the utter bollocks she constantly spouts.

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Expected better from you on this one, Parky :) The feminist movement is rich in history, vast and complex, the theory which women and men who subscribe to it (me one of them, and I have a cock) is about many aspects, not just equality. It's about the destruction of traditional gender roles, the acknowledgment of the male gaze (yes, it exists, and mine's more perverted than anyone else's) and its prominence in the media, the ownership of a woman's AND a man's sexuality, and most of all, equal opportunity for success. A lot has been accomplished in corporations and the workplace, but this has only happened in less than the last 100 years. A lot needs to change in the way we perceive and treat women, their sexual freedom, and judge their actions in comparison to how we judge when a man does the same exact thing.

 

Another aspect of feminism which people seem to forget, and a lot of intelligent feminists do touch on from time to time, is the breaking of the machismo culture within males, which will lead to acceptance not only of the freedom of women, but the LGBT community at large, as you no longer will have people calling each other "faggots" and shooting them in the face with a gun in front of the Stonewall Inn in the heart of a gay village.

 

This issue is too broad to be boiled down to one post, one discussion or, as many have done above, one sentence. I'm glad though, Parky, that you kicked off this discussion :)

 

I'm in agreement with the OP about lapdancing and sexual freedom, though, freedom must be absolute for any individual, regardless of sex or race, and if consenting adults are engaging in victimless activities, certain feminists out there really seem to misunderstand all the different sides of the word 'freedom.' Some feminists' misreading of pornography and lack of education on the erotic arts, which have existed ever since we started drawing with plant dye on cave walls, is troubling only because they try to force their warped view on the rest of us.

 

But saying all feminists believe that is simply an easy generalization borne from frustration. And trust me, even as someone who aligns himself with many feminist causes, I'll be on the other side, fighting to keep the joints open, to have them more regulated, safer, and start treating the sex industry like any other, with laws and ethics. 

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Expected better from you on this one, Parky :) The feminist movement is rich in history, vast and complex, the theory which women and men who subscribe to it (me one of them, and I have a cock) is about many aspects, not just equality. It's about the destruction of traditional gender roles, the acknowledgment of the male gaze (yes, it exists, and mine's more perverted than anyone else's) and its prominence in the media, the ownership of a woman's AND a man's sexuality, and most of all, equal opportunity for success. A lot has been accomplished in corporations and the workplace, but this has only happened in less than the last 100 years. A lot needs to change in the way we perceive and treat women, their sexual freedom, and judge their actions in comparison to how we judge when a man does the same exact thing.

 

Another aspect of feminism which people seem to forget, and a lot of intelligent feminists do touch on from time to time, is the breaking of the machismo culture within males, which will lead to acceptance not only of the freedom of women, but the LGBT community at large, as you no longer will have people calling each other "faggots" and shooting them in the face with a gun in front of the Stonewall Inn in the heart of a gay village.

 

This issue is too broad to be boiled down to one post, one discussion or, as many have done above, one sentence. I'm glad though, Parky, that you kicked off this discussion :)

 

I'm in agreement with the OP about lapdancing and sexual freedom, though, freedom must be absolute for any individual, regardless of sex or race, and if consenting adults are engaging in victimless activities, certain feminists out there really seem to misunderstand all the different sides of the word 'freedom.' Some feminists' misreading of pornography and lack of education on the erotic arts, which have existed ever since we started drawing with plant dye on cave walls, is troubling only because they try to force their warped view on the rest of us.

 

But saying all feminists believe that is simply an easy generalization borne from frustration. And trust me, even as someone who aligns himself with many feminist causes, I'll be on the other side, fighting to keep the joints open, to have them more regulated, safer, and start treating the sex industry like any other, with laws and ethics. 

 

The movement was invented when elites realised women weren't being taxed. [/lock]

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Just like in everything else, the extremists undermine the point of the average feminist. 

 

Even the reasonable ones are almost exclusively about legislating solely in favour of women. They blather on about the glass ceiling and mandating equal numbers of men and women on boards and in other leading positions. Never a mention of the shitty, dangerous jobs, which are the almost exclusive domain of men. Over 90% of people killed in workplace accidents are men.

 

I just cannot stand these feminists who just want this or that for women, no matter how reasonable. It's not a one-way street. There's definitely a dialogue to be had, but it's exactly that, not a bloody female-led lecture.

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It always seems the way that whenever a part of society is oppressed, it goes completely the other way and the whole point of full equality is weighted to the other side in certain instances because history, bitterness and guilt.

 

Thanks.

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Expected better from you on this one, Parky :) The feminist movement is rich in history, vast and complex, the theory which women and men who subscribe to it (me one of them, and I have a cock) is about many aspects, not just equality. It's about the destruction of traditional gender roles, the acknowledgment of the male gaze (yes, it exists, and mine's more perverted than anyone else's) and its prominence in the media, the ownership of a woman's AND a man's sexuality, and most of all, equal opportunity for success. A lot has been accomplished in corporations and the workplace, but this has only happened in less than the last 100 years. A lot needs to change in the way we perceive and treat women, their sexual freedom, and judge their actions in comparison to how we judge when a man does the same exact thing.

 

Another aspect of feminism which people seem to forget, and a lot of intelligent feminists do touch on from time to time, is the breaking of the machismo culture within males, which will lead to acceptance not only of the freedom of women, but the LGBT community at large, as you no longer will have people calling each other "faggots" and shooting them in the face with a gun in front of the Stonewall Inn in the heart of a gay village.

 

This issue is too broad to be boiled down to one post, one discussion or, as many have done above, one sentence. I'm glad though, Parky, that you kicked off this discussion :)

 

I'm in agreement with the OP about lapdancing and sexual freedom, though, freedom must be absolute for any individual, regardless of sex or race, and if consenting adults are engaging in victimless activities, certain feminists out there really seem to misunderstand all the different sides of the word 'freedom.' Some feminists' misreading of pornography and lack of education on the erotic arts, which have existed ever since we started drawing with plant dye on cave walls, is troubling only because they try to force their warped view on the rest of us.

 

But saying all feminists believe that is simply an easy generalization borne from frustration. And trust me, even as someone who aligns himself with many feminist causes, I'll be on the other side, fighting to keep the joints open, to have them more regulated, safer, and start treating the sex industry like any other, with laws and ethics. 

 

The movement was invented when elites realised women weren't being taxed. [/lock]

 

:lol:

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