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What do you call a feminist who discovers critical thinking?

Hope for the human race.

The truth will set all of us free! The PTB control civil organizations too. Learn their tricks, and stop the foolishness.

Thumbs down without any intelligent comments only prove the level of indoctrination we're dealing with

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They can do anything a man can do

But they better not forget to bring a tampon.

Feminists

They need a hug :)

donvino

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Just as chauvinists do ;)

Just as chauvinists do, generally ;)

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.

http://Laissez-Faire.Me/Liberty

"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius

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On women, men, marriage, love, and thoughts

"I am against women. Leaning right against them."

"The secret of a good marriage is forgiving your partner for marrying you in the first place."

"Avoid making love with your spouse on Saturday evenings. You won't know what to do if it's raining all of Sunday."

"Our wisdom comes from our experience. And our experience comes from our foolishness."

"Quoting others is to regret not putting it better before they did."

-- Sacha Guitry

;^P

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.

http://Laissez-Faire.Me/Liberty

"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius

Shut feminists down with one simple question.

Ask them if a man should be allowed to punch a women back if she punches him first. They will no doubt answer with an adamant no. Which is when you point out that if she actually cared about being equal and fair to both sexes it's only logical to say yes a man can hit a women back. Then make the point that the feminist is obviously only concerned with men and women being treated equally when it benefits women, even if it's unfair to the man.

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of course not

Generally, men and women are built different. Where a woman's punch might hurt a man, a man's punch could kill a women. Stupid question.

Not Always

Would you feel the same if we were speaking of a large woman who was 6" tall against a skinny man who was 5'8"? I have personally known several women who find it perfectly acceptable to hit a man, but who would be screaming abuse if the guy ever hit back. One of these women is not a small woman.

No one needs to be hitting anyone. If the woman strikes first, she needs her butt thrown in jail just like the guy would be, but men know that when the police show up, they will be the bad guy no matter what. So they don't report it.

I'm female, and I am sick and tired of these idiots making all women look bad by insisting upon having a double standard. Men aren't always the abusers. Women aren't always the victims.

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Generally,

Generally, men and women are built different. Stupid question.

Completely missed the point

The point is that people should be held responsible for their actions. It does not make it acceptable for a woman to hit a man just because she might not be able to do any "real" damage.

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Yin & Yang

The yin and yang are commonly thought of as opposites by our western culture. That's a bit of a misunderstanding. It's not about opposites, it's about two halves of a whole. Day and night are not so much opposite, good and bad, as they are necessary aspects of a greater whole. It goes deeper. The yin & yang symbol actually form a sine wave which is a circle through time, a circle in a circle. And you'll notice that in either part exists a portion of the other. Both sides are equal, and absolutely necessary for the existence of the other, but they are not the same, by design.

Reflect on the beginning of this tenuous chain of comments, back to the original comment, that, "a man hitting a woman is proof of equality." The premise is wrong; and all it 'proves' is a lack of understanding of the equality that does in fact exist.

Both male and female exist to be 'one' to complete and perpetuate the circle.

Okay, back to earth, you don't punch a woman, especially in the abdomen. They're built different. Christ, what a stupid question.

Well said- I was going to

Well said- I was going to comment on this thread and I consider myself a fairly eloquent writer but I honestly couldn’t put it better than this.

We all share this eternally evolving present moment- The past and future only exist as inconsequential mental fabrications.

Agreed

I never said that I agreed with the idea that a "man hitting a woman is proof of equality." I was simply saying that it was no more wrong for a man to hit a woman than for a woman to hit a man because it is not the potential for damage that makes the act wrong.

Perhaps my original comment was not worded well. To be clear, I believe that violence rarely solves anything. Unless one is acting in self defense, he or she should not resort to violence. If it is possible to walk away, that is the best option.

The think I was arguing against is giving women a free pass because they cannot normally do as much damage. As a woman, I hear this type of thing from other women all of the time. "A man should not hit a woman." That it true, but a woman should not hit a man either. Many women just seem to miss that part.

Really?

Most feminists I know would either answer yes, or something about turning the other cheek that applies equally to men and women.

Barefoot, pregnant, and in

Barefoot, pregnant, and in the kitchen!

What? uh, oh --

And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor.

Confused

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Sorry guys, she's taken. :o(

πολλα γαρ πταιομεν απαντες ει τις εν λογω ου πταιει ουτος τελειος ανηρ δυνατος χαλιναγωγησαι και ολον το σωμα

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one very happy man

Her contentions are logical and thoroughly compelling. Without exception. Would love to balance her perspective with that of Naomi Wolf's.

The entire monologue is great but I particularly enjoyed this refreshing levity -
"one very happy man could probably do the work of hundreds in that regard"

thanks for posting

HA, is there still hope for

HA, is there still hope for women??? even the ones who are "awake" still want public schools to keep operating and brainwashing their kids.

HAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAAHHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAAA

lawrence

My Great Grandmother told me

My Great Grandmother told me before she died, that i could do anything i wanted to a woman, but try not to beat her.

lawrence

my Great Grandmother was

my Great Grandmother was Ukranian, she was bad ass

lawrence

nail on head

When a woman wins, if only in her head, then the man loses. Feminism observes , men, as the unfortunate losers that run the world, while the women, righteous and true, fight for justice by any means necessary, especially by deception. BULLSHIT. We can honor that which is honorable. There is little hope until we have artists, spiritual leaders, teachers, and mothers, who can exemplify equal rights to honor. The media and propaganda machine have it all wrapped up tight, for now. "winning" is all they think attainable, and have deeply defined themselves spiritually and worldly as, selling themselves quite short. Please, women, we need your strength, now. Making decisions from an emotionally charged place is a liability that you spend most of your lives justifying. You are so much more.

the majority of public school

the majority of public school teachers are women and they are a f**king joke. same goes for the male public school teachers.

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lawrence

42 months of celibacy and

42 months of celibacy and still no children. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

lawrence

it is much easier

It's easier to fool people, than to convince them they have been fooled. ... Ah Mark Twain,

I would have said

An oxymoron .

How can we inspire women to embrace equality?

They have been conditioned to hold tightly to the entitlements that simultaneously rob them of equality. Affirmative action has made every situation worse in the long run. It is Karma , pure and simple, We cannot judge even if we call the judgement something else, karma will keep trying to teach the same lessons when the same natural laws are being broken.

I'm trying to be kind about this transformation I wish to inspire in others, but treating them like children just continues the current paradigm in the west.

Freedom must be worth trading their world views first, most aren't there yet, even mostly liberty minded women. There are too many things linked to safety breedig, sex, style that must be addressed, I honor their dignity of process. I just don't think we can survive another Obama mistake. Most women I talked to about Ron Paul thought his stance on abortion was threatening. logicl explainations are often not enough to inspire change.
I keep seeing that actual pain is the only thing that will usher the change that most pose to want. The powers that be are careful not to stress out their fan bases too irreparably before the cut and run date. WHEEEW

Queynte?

I was waiting for the punch line...

I was expecting something like "Hillary Spock" or something clever like a logically hysterical b itch or "castration by remote control" or a "USB-2" (a bit of Chinese pop slang for ya there...)

I'm listening to the vid now,

I'm listening to the vid now, but the formula is:
(critical thinking) + (data) = libertarian

The first two are and must be suppressed to maintain a philosophy that asserts asymmetric morality, ie collectivism.

And for Liberty, the good part...

is, in standing over by the lines they keep drawing in sands, that we're not supposed to draw attention to.... (see, we're in on it... we all have legally, morally agreed that the other is in charge), we can all aspire to the golden rule, or change it. No, we can't chalk it up to bringing feminism , along with democracy, to these fortunate torn people of our world. It has gone completely over the top. Peace follows justice. Now we have Neojustice.

Also I got an anti-capitalism

Also I got an anti-capitalism whiff that I didn't like. And the guest said RP was controlled Op. Maybe at the very end, MAYBE. But I kinda doubt it, considering how much effort they went to destroy him.
I was a delegate elected to Tampa, so I know first hand.

Ok finished it. I don't like

Ok finished it. I don't like to invoke 'illuminati' or masons, et al. I find it distasteful. I use 'bad guys' as a term of art. Mainly because I don't need to know who they are. I know them by their methods. I do know they aren't supernatural or ET's because they would not need these methods.
So he needn't name names to undermine the bad guys, which I think he seems sincere in doing. He has taken the dumbing down of America (and I suppose the world) to a conspiratorial level. I like it.
I also think it could just be a natural product of the fascism / socialism hybrid we have.

The socialized schools of course condition kids to conform and not think and instead believe.

The fascised schools must offer a little more.

The schools which accept no public funds at all have to offer even more. IE something approximating the truth.

The result is the same of course. People need to wtfu.