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    Good to be here

    Hello everybody,

    First of all, I am not a native english speaker, so... yeah it is possible that I do a ton of mistakes and typos, so sorry for aaaaall of them . About myself... I am a 33 postdoctoral scientist from Spain, recently started working in USA, I have a longterm relationship (so not MGTOW) with a great woman (also scientist, no way meeting people out of the field if your are working 12h a day ).

    For sometime I considerered myself a feminist, but never thought about that topic too much. Until a new online spanish journal (3 years ago) that I supported and like its editorial started to go deep in the topic with several articles about feminism (patriarchy, opresor/opressed, always victims/always guilty,...) that does not match my selfcreated idea of what feminism should be... therefore, shocked by the wrath and hatred that this articles emanated (specially one anonymous pen-named collaborator that has become famous on twitter for her full of misandry tuits) I start debating on the comments of this journal with feminism and non-feminism people finding that the theory of what is feminism have nothing in common with what actually feminism look like.

    So, long story short... I quit calling myself feminism and found some other movements that are more similar to my own idea of what are the gender issues in our society and recently I saw "the red pill" and thought that should be a great idea coming here to share ideas, debate theories and know a little bit more about anything that could be happening here.

    Nice to meet you all and despite my time consuming work I will try to appear here often.
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    Welcome to the AVFM forums rinkon, hope to see you participating in the threads.
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    Welcome Rinkon.

    I hope your story of challenging the narrative and being convinced of it's falsehood by the bigoted closed minded response, gets repeated more and more. Still too many people simply accept and believe. I've got the benefit of being an older git, and having seen with my own eyes the reality these liars base their propaganda on. In my local university many times a year they commemorate 'thousands of years of female oppression' as some assumed truth, and it's never questioned at all. The never question comes down to some people don't take it seriously, some people don't pay attention but the greater part is most people don't want to argue with those who do act like they believe it. But not arguing it, turns to it being used against you, you first owe them something for the oppression that happened, then you deserve to be punished for being an oppressor. Slippery slope to being manipulated and controlled.

    Hope you post lots, your English is plenty good enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rinkon View Post
    Hello everybody,

    First of all, I am not a native english speaker, so... yeah it is possible that I do a ton of mistakes and typos, so sorry for aaaaall of them . About myself... I am a 33 postdoctoral scientist from Spain, recently started working in USA, I have a longterm relationship (so not MGTOW) with a great woman (also scientist, no way meeting people out of the field if your are working 12h a day ).

    For sometime I considerered myself a feminist, but never thought about that topic too much. Until a new online spanish journal (3 years ago) that I supported and like its editorial started to go deep in the topic with several articles about feminism (patriarchy, opresor/opressed, always victims/always guilty,...) that does not match my selfcreated idea of what feminism should be... therefore, shocked by the wrath and hatred that this articles emanated (specially one anonymous pen-named collaborator that has become famous on twitter for her full of misandry tuits) I start debating on the comments of this journal with feminism and non-feminism people finding that the theory of what is feminism have nothing in common with what actually feminism look like.

    So, long story short... I quit calling myself feminism and found some other movements that are more similar to my own idea of what are the gender issues in our society and recently I saw "the red pill" and thought that should be a great idea coming here to share ideas, debate theories and know a little bit more about anything that could be happening here.

    Nice to meet you all and despite my time consuming work I will try to appear here often.

    Welcome to the forums!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rinkon View Post
    Hello everybody,
    Hi there, and welcome.

    First of all, I am not a native english speaker, so...
    Det er du ikke alene om, så det går sikkert bra.

    I quit calling myself feminism and found some other movements that are more similar to my own idea of what are the gender issues in our society ...
    Just to pick out this one thing ... how many "plain vanilla" feminists would disagree with the "ugly" feminism? Chances of a revolution from within, of a break-up?

    M

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    welcome Rinkon

    before you know it you'll be realizing feminism is quite an evil force.
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    hello and welcome
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