You ask me a question I'll give you an honest answer. I don't believe in religion but I do believe in God.
Both sides protest based upon their feelings and knowledge; some for and some against (insert topic3 AnswersGender Studies5 years ago
Men, I'm a woman and were there no such thing as feminism would you respect me as a person and as a woman or would you look down at me?
Remember you never heard of feminism in your entire life. It does not exist.
I believe there is no need for me to define the word respect.14 AnswersGender Studies5 years ago
Has feminism taught you to stand on your own two feet or was it something that came naturally to you as it did me?
At times you hear feminists spouting off things like if it weren't for feminism this and feminism that and yet some of those same feminist were they to run into a situation where they had a "handy" boss wouldn't say a word in fear of being fired. I had a "handy" boss once and I told him plain as day he hired me for a specific job, and were he to fire me because of it or held my job over my head I'd have walked out the door; gone job hunting never to mention him - who is he; again?4 AnswersGender Studies5 years ago
Feminist need women to depend on them and it bothers them when they don't; it bothers them when women turn their backs on them. T or F?
According to feminists women are supposed to believe in feminism, because they're women. According to feminists all women have to be feminists because they're women. They'll say otherwise, they always do, but deep down this is how they feel.
Title IX came into effect in 1972.
So, it must mean on a national level not a school level. I was told by a feminist on here it came into effect so that women could have the right to exercise and play sports.
"Title IX is about women having the same opportunities as men to exercise and have an equal education - you must really hate women if you want to deny them that as a woman yourself! If women are restricted from exercising and getting a decent education it not only does not make women strong - but it makes women weak and unhealthy and society too and their women s babies will pay too - everyone will. What do you want for women - seriously? - that they are locked up in cages and kept ignorant? I can t imagine a woman as hateful and ignorant as that!
There was a time, for example, a man would pass a lady and tip his hat. These days .... .... .... ... ..... ....
Gynocentricity means in a nutshell to put women first.
Do you see that one way or the other programs, such as, Affirmative Action causes us women to look weak and inept?
It's like saying we can't do it on our own.1 AnswerGender Studies5 years ago
How are gender roles a social construct when in this day and age there are people who live by them; should they, too, be doing the same?
Shouldn't they be doing just like every one else and not following gender roles?
Why aren't they, then?
At the same time, John Potter, one of the most influential men in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, had left his wife Margaret in dire straits. Margaret petitioned the State Assembly for support because her husband was "destitute of all congugall love towards her and . . . gone from her." John was arrested and granted a divorce from Margaret on 27 June 1665 after making provision for her for the rest of her life, whereupon he promptly married the redoubtable Herodias Hicks. They evidently lived happily together until her death in 1712. These early cases are notable as they seem to favor women.
In 1643 the Boston Quarter Court allowed Anne Clarke to divorce her husband. Denis Clarke signed an affidavit in which he admitted abandoning his wife for another woman, and having two children with each woman. He refused to return to his wife leaving the Court no choice but to punish him and grant his wife a divorce. The Quarter Court's final decision read: "Anne Clarke, beeing deserted by Denis Clarke hir husband, and hee refusing to accompany with hir, she is graunted to bee divorced."5 AnswersGender Studies5 years ago
Just look at how sick that sounds.
Is this what is meant when feminists speak of doing away with female gender roles? We've all noticed they want to keep the male gender roles but the female gender roles, they want to do away with them. Feminists want to do away with female gender roles as they see them as enslavement to the male gender. What they fail to see, fail???? What they don't want to see is, male gender roles can be just as bad if not worse. Most often worse and many men are taking offense to this. Nor, can they be blamed. I will repeat, nor can they be blamed. I have come to an honest conclusion and let us see if you agree with me; to only abandon female gender roles is to engage in sexism not be gone with it.
To welcome it with open arms.
Am I speaking a language unknown to man kind in my last question about a mother should know who to keep her house in order without the ?
help of her husband. My question is about being able to do your own house work without the help of a man and that an independent woman and mother should be able to do so. Yet, here you all come and bring up single moms. Single moms?????11 AnswersGender Studies5 years ago