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    Another white knight trying to push the Feminist line:


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    RE: 101 Everyday Ways for Men to Be Allies to Women

    that's a mighty long article to write to basically say "men are shit because penis"

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    • #3
      RE: 101 Everyday Ways for Men to Be Allies to Women

      I only read part of it, but I have noticed that a decent number of these are telling you to join indoctrination programs

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      • #4
        RE: 101 Everyday Ways for Men to Be Allies to Women

        R and R...Yes it is. Funny how much energy someone will put into preaching the party line and dissing men.
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        virtue of character--practical/ethical wisdom--human flourishing

        It is not a battle to win but an attitude to share.
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        • #5
          RE: 101 Everyday Ways for Men to Be Allies to Women

          I made it to number twelve and stopped, lest my eyeballs begin to stink.
          Did you leave it better than you found it?

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          • #6
            RE: 101 Everyday Ways for Men to Be Allies to Women

            Hey, look, the fool linked to AVFM in point 89. You know what they say, curiosity birthed the MRA.
            Your Dawn listens, my Lord! Let all the Aurbis know itself to be Free! Mehrunes is come! There is no dominion save free will!

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            • #7
              RE: 101 Everyday Ways for Men to Be Allies to Women

              1. Recognize your privileges, especially your male privilege (and white privilege if applicable).
              Why? Whether one has privilege or not has no bearing on how good of an ally they are, if they are at all.

              2. Make a daily effort to acknowledge and then challenge your male privilege.
              Nope. Not gonna apologize for being male. We could spend all day counting out tit for tat to see who is privileged and who is not or we can actually discuss how to solve actual issues. I prefer the later.

              [b]3. Recognize that your male privilege (among other privileges) may in fact blind you to others

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              • #8
                RE: 101 Everyday Ways for Men to Be Allies to Women

                Originally posted by Melchiah
                Hey, look, the fool linked to AVFM in point 89. You know what they say, curiosity birthed the MRA.
                Good catch!
                ethikē aretē--phronesis--eudaimonia
                virtue of character--practical/ethical wisdom--human flourishing

                It is not a battle to win but an attitude to share.
                AVFM Mission Statement
                sigpic

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                • #9
                  RE: 101 Everyday Ways for Men to Be Allies to Women

                  Okay, this is probably going to be long (so scroll down heavily if you don't want to read what V
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                  • #10
                    RE: 101 Everyday Ways for Men to Be Allies to Women

                    I'm impressed that you made it through the entire list.
                    I got sick of it early in.

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                    • #11
                      RE: 101 Everyday Ways for Men to Be Allies to Women

                      point 88 is indicative of something I see a lot, especially where it says "You are a trailblazer in your community."

                      It seems a great many feminists, even ridiculously hard core ones like this guy don't know shit about their own movement. You can't be a trail blazer, or act as if you're going against the grain when your 'movement' is essentially an arm of the government - Canada has 'status of women Canada', the states has that office Obama started to do with women and girls or some shit, both countries fund with tax payer money HUNDREDS of other feminist organizations as well as funding feminists in academe. Then Europe has the EU which is basically EUF(European Union of Feminists) and the world has the United Nations which is strongly feminist. It baffles me how so many feminists think they're somehow fighting against societal norms, without ever realizing they ARE societal norms.

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                      • #12
                        RE: 101 Everyday Ways for Men to Be Allies to Women

                        [quote=Lucian-Valsan]
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                        70. Learn and use appropriate vocabulary.
                        (...)Here are some keywords you should know: feminism, patriarchy, oppression, privilege, resistance, intersectionality, LGBTQQIAA (and what each letter stands for), double consciousness, masculinity, femininity, differences between sex and gender, gender spectrum, sexism (and all of the -isms), glass ceiling, glass escalator, whiteness, etc. That
                        Your Dawn listens, my Lord! Let all the Aurbis know itself to be Free! Mehrunes is come! There is no dominion save free will!

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                        • #13
                          RE: 101 Everyday Ways for Men to Be Allies to Women

                          40. Never seek recognition or affirmation.
                          So why the fuck did you write this article, again?
                          The ancient shitposter returns.

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                          • #14
                            RE: 101 Everyday Ways for Men to Be Allies to Women

                            Originally posted by Melchiah
                            You know, there's apparently worse forms of the acronym floating around than LGBTQQIAA. Now there's apparently LGBTQQIAAP and LGBTTIQQ2SA.
                            Do you have any idea what the proverbial fuck do these acronyms stand for? The lost me altogether after LGBTQIA.
                            I mean,... seriously... LGBTQQIAA?!?!
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                            • #15
                              RE: 101 Everyday Ways for Men to Be Allies to Women

                              Originally posted by Reyeko
                              point 88 is indicative of something I see a lot, especially where it says "You are a trailblazer in your community."

                              It seems a great many feminists, even ridiculously hard core ones like this guy don't know shit about their own movement. You can't be a trail blazer, or act as if you're going against the grain when your 'movement' is essentially an arm of the government - Canada has 'status of women Canada', the states has that office Obama started to do with women and girls or some shit, both countries fund with tax payer money HUNDREDS of other feminist organizations as well as funding feminists in academe. Then Europe has the EU which is basically EUF(European Union of Feminists) and the world has the United Nations which is strongly feminist. It baffles me how so many feminists think they're somehow fighting against societal norms, without ever realizing they ARE societal norms.
                              I'll take cognitive dissonance for $200 Alex.

                              Originally posted by Lucian-Valsan
                              Originally posted by Melchiah
                              You know, there's apparently worse forms of the acronym floating around than LGBTQQIAA. Now there's apparently LGBTQQIAAP and LGBTTIQQ2SA.
                              Do you have any idea what the proverbial fuck do these acronyms stand for? The lost me altogether after LGBTQIA.
                              I mean,... seriously... LGBTQQIAA?!?!
                              I'm pretty sure one of the A's is Asexual but the second A and Q and the I all have me lost.

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