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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

The fall of feminism. Young lady's opinion on feminism...

I could have put only the link, but since this is from the next generation of young ladies fighting back against old cat loving hags who have an inferiority complex, I wanted to put all the article...and say thank you girl, you and ladies like you gives me hope for the future....and definitely deserve support.

Why I Hate Feminists
1.) Nitpicking

For feminists, every little thing in media that involves a woman, is another way to get mad at the world. “Oh my gosh, that woman is wearing pink in that advertisement! That is sooooo sexist!” “Oh my gosh, that girl is wearing flowers in that perfume ad! How degrading to women!” “Oh my gosh, they have a mom’s section for books and have cookbooks underneath it, how sexist!”

Things like that piss me off. First off, you’re just discriminating against the colour pink. There’s nothing wrong with a woman wearing pink in an ad, and it’s not supposed to say anything. She could be wearing blue, orange, black, purple. Guys wear pink. Girls wear blue. What’s the big deal? Another chance to be negative. And of course she’s wearing flowers in an ad about perfume. Perfume is supposed to smell nice. And don’t even get me started on the cookbook one. If it was a father’s section with cookbooks, no one would even look twice. No big deal, right? See, feminists are the most hypocritical people on the planet and the funny thing is, they’re ignorant about it, even to their own actions. Guess what? Newsflash: some women like to cook. Newsflash: some men like to cook. Other newsflash: mother’s day is soon, and they probably had those out on display because of that reason. IT’S NOT SEXIST UNTIL YOU MAKE IT SEXIST. It’s a damn book. It’s a damn colour. Of course there’s going to be totally sexist things. Like on Facebook, there’s constantly pictures of rape jokes and sexual jokes. Mostly towards women. (See #5 for more insight on that one.) Those are disgusting, yes, and they’re obvious. But when little ads pop up, when things like that happens, it’s nothing to get all heated up about. And little girls love to play dress up, and they like princesses. But feminists suggest that it’s “wrong”, that little girls’ outfits sold at stores that are turned pink shouldn’t be allowed. (For example: a pink Batman Halloween costume.) If the little girls are happy with it, it does it for me. They don’t understand the concept of sexism yet. They’re just doing what they like to do. If they wanted another colour, they would ask. So in conclusion, feminists nitpick a lot of crap.

2.) Men are the problem

This one is probably pretty self explanatory. Some feminists think that men are the reason we don’t have full equal rights yet. Um, do you ever watch the news? Look deeper into media? Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” video was both directed and casted by a woman. There are female politicians who are also stopping 100% equality from happening. We’re doing it to ourselves. Men aren’t the problem in this situation; it’s what the media makes of us, and what we let it do to us.





3.) Their opinion is right, yours is wrong

Yep. Never try to argue with a feminist. You’ll just end up having an aching headache. So, I’m the kind of gender equalist that will have an open mind when it comes to things. Last week I was having an argument with another feminist about a picture we saw on the internet. She had said it was sexist; I just thought it was shaming skinny people. Then, she told me why she had found it sexist: because a size 0 is like saying a woman is nothing to some people. Okay, sure, I understood. I got the point even though I didn’t think of it that way at first, and I was able to admit that I was wrong. But most feminists? Nu-uh. And the sad part is, a lot of it is in spite of hypocrisy. Women want to go out on the street wearing a tight dress, which is fine. But then, they complain when a women is wearing a tight dress in a music video.

Feminists are doing what they’re trying to change, and they wonder why hardly any improvements have been made. I hate when guys objectify women, don’t get me wrong about that. And of course in summertime I will be wearing my short-shorts. But you can’t say that you hate when a girl wears barely nothing on an advertisement, but then do it yourself, and get mad when people judge you for it. (Which relates to #4.) However if you try to tell them this, they’ll instantly cuss you out. If they have an opinion and you try to give them some insight, they’ll automatically have some sort of defence mode on, and nothing you say will go through to them. Close minded, because they think they’re doing what’s right for them. Which could be very true, if they weren’t bitching at it going on in the media.

4.) Blame the advertisers but never blame the women

The Representation Project is notorious for this one. Every day, we see thousands and thousands of advertisements. A lot with hidden messages, that are objectifying women, and can be considered to be quite offensive. But, in the eyes of a feminist, the only one to blame here is the advertiser. WAKE UP WORLD. The advertising company isn’t forcing the girls to do it. The girls are taking away their dignity and respect, and going to do it. They want to do it. Yet here we are, not getting mad at the girls, but the advertisers. If every female model that is provocative were to step up and say, “This is degrading and objectifying my body. I don’t want to do this.” Then advertisers would be forced to start creating healthy ads that depict women in a more sensitive way. Of course that’s not going to happen. People like the idea of fame, people like the idea of glamour, and people like the idea of a lot of cash. But feminist action groups everywhere are merely looking at it, and saying: “Wow. The advertisers disrespect women so much”. Uh, no. The women are choosing to disrespect themselves. And also, a lot of feminists will disrespect themselves too, just like the girls in the ads. But instead of it being an issue, they’re simply having “the same sexual freedom as men.” Another factor would be, men are also sexually exploited in the media. “Old Spice” and tons of shaving ads is a good example. There are thousands of advertisements with half naked men, yet we never say that there’s anything wrong with that. I guess this article is mainly about hypocrisy. Choose one or the other. Do you like the idea of being provocative, or do you want a pure, respective world? Next time you see an ad with a woman in tight tight shorts and no shirt, or an ad of a woman being raped, don’t think that the advertisers are fully to blame. The girls never were forced into anything (at least, not in this country.) They want to do it; but of course, feminists are rooting for the women, so they’ll never call them out.

5.) Equal sex rights for women

Wow, you stayed with me for the entire article! Awesome. Let me start off by saying, that I have traditional views on sex and love. I do not believe in promiscuity. I do not believe in sex without love. I do not believe in one night stands. Feminists judge me on this all the time because they say that I am being oppressive, and judging others. Hello! You’re judging me, for judging you. You’re judging my rights, so what makes you any better than me? I have the right to say that I believe in sex with love only, just as you have the right to talk about every guy you’ve ever “fucked” when in public. Also, I am against gender stereotyping. Sluts can be man, or woman. There’s no role for either or. A man can’t just be a “player”, same as a woman being a “slut.” Sluts & whores are both men and women. To all of the people out there saying: “If someone has sex with 1,000 different people, they’re not a slut, they’re just having a lot of sex.” Yeah. Okay there. I’m not a prude, I’m not saying not to have sex. I just believe in two very important things.
1.Have sex when in a serious relationship only.
2.Don’t talk about it/brag in public.

I’m the type of person who doesn’t necessarily like to judge. I’m not trying to hurt anyone. All I see is the media and teenagers and adults everywhere I look, talking about sex like it’s just some game you play for fun. A nightly ride or a thrill. Another thing I also believe, is people just haven’t found the right person. They’ve never really been in “love”, so they think that’s all sex is, just for fun, only because they never experienced what it should be. Sadly, not everyone will ever find their true soulmate. I’m lucky to have found mine so young, but people are giving themselves away to everyone because they don’t understand what sex is truly about. Sex is a big step on the way to happiness and joy. There is nothing wrong with it if it is followed with faithfulness and decency. And again, this is the right opinion for me, whereas others may enjoy the idea of being promiscuous. I am not saying that you should not be able to do what you want to do. This is just what I believe, and I believe that promoting a promiscuous lifestyle is not healthy.

I was on an application the other day that deals with feminism. There was a picture that said, “You can’t judge me and I can blow whomever I want.” I commented on it, saying it was trashy. As expected, a whole bunch of people were freaking out at me. The funny thing is, someone told me that I was judging. And then they judged me on my views on sex. Promiscuity is disgusting in both male and female sluts. Sex is for love, it’s a beautiful thing and society takes that away by claiming it to be a recreational activity. It is so disgusting when girls/guys talk about their sex lives in public and with their friends. It’s you and your partner’s business, no one else’s, and it’s not something to brag about. Sex is such a personal thing. The most personal thing there is out there, and it is very special. I value sex very highly and it honestly is so disturbing when all of these whores prance around like being promiscuous is something to be proud of. And maybe society does judge them differently, but I don’t. A slut is a slut no matter gender. One partner for life is my opinion. And I don’t really consider myself a “slut shamer”, I’m more of a “love enthusiast”. But whatever, I’ll take both titles if it really comes down to it. Love is probably at the top of my highest values, so seeing it just being crushed and stepped on makes me really mad. Just like how some people believe just to give yourself away to anyone and everyone, which I could care less about, I just don’t want to hear you bragging about it when we’re in a crowd full of people.

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