Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Social ScienceGender Studies · 1 month ago

Feminists, do you have an underlying belief that people shouldn’t be treated differently for characteristics they can’t change, like gender?

Or do you specifically only care about women and men being treated differently for their gender?

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  • 1 month ago

    "Feminists, do you have an underlying belief that people shouldn’t be treated differently for characteristics they can’t change, like gender?"

    Feminists have consistently used the double standard here from the moment they gained equal Rights to men.  Prior to this, they stated that women were equal to men, so they should get equal Rights and opportunities to men.

    Once they got equal Rights, they began demanding the previous special protections and privileges that women had only because they didn't have equal Rights.  In other words, they now expect to benefit from both equality AND the traditional system of the past.

    This is why we don't have "feminists" answering here.  Because they would be committing themselves to one system or the other rather than deploying the double standard to always just get what's beneficial for them while expecting men to take on the extra Responsibilities, so that feminists can maintain their privileged situation.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    I just want to have the same oppotunities that men and non mother's get, ie a decent wage and flexible working hours that fit around school hours.

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