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36 STUPID FEMINIST QUESTIONS ANSWERED

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    (beep)
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    (screaming)
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    (jazzy intro)
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    How does it feel to be the
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    same sex as Donald Trump?
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    How does it feel to be the
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    same sex as Sarah Palin?
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    How does it feel to be the
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    same sex as Michelle Bachman?
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    How does it feel to be the
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    same sex as anybody
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    you disagree with?
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    Why does it even matter
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    whether or not you're the
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    same gender as somebody else?
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    I mean, I'm also the same
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    gender as Abraham Lincoln, Einstein,
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    and the guy who introduced
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    chocolate to the Western world.
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    So what are you even getting
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    at with this question?
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    Are you trying to say Donald Trump
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    is bad, and Donald Trump
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    is a man, therefore men are bad?
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    Why do you hate rom-coms?
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    Or do you just feel like you
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    need to hate them?
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    Everybody likes The Notebook,
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    everybody likes Beyoncé.
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    It's just a fact.
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    Men hate romantic comedies
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    for the same reason you
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    hate video games with
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    over-sexualized female characters.
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    The men in these movies are
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    always willing to sacrifice
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    their careers, their dreams,
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    even their lives to win
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    the lead females' affection.
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    Now I don't have any empirical
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    data to back this up, but
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    it seems to me that
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    romantic comedies and
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    romance movies in general
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    cause women to have unrealistic
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    expectations of men and what
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    love should be like, and these
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    become the expectations
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    that men have to live up to,
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    and it's unfair.
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    Feminists like to bitch
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    about poor representation of women
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    in media intended for men
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    because they promote body issues
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    and shit like that
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    And I agree, to at least, an extent
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    But it's not any better for men
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    When we're expected to be Prince Charming,
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    ready and willing to sacrifice themselves
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    physically, mentally, and emotionally
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    And we're called selfish for daring to
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    have our own desires
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    or even misogynistic for daring to draw
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    attention to our own problems.
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    These movies appeal to the female fantasy
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    of having a night in shining armor
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    swear their entire existence to pleasing
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    them, and thus reinforce these notions
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    within their target audience of women
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    like you that you somehow deserve
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    to have your boyfriends and husbands
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    give up everything that makes them
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    who they are and basically dehumanize
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    themselves for your pleasure and
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    devote 100% of their time and energy
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    to you. The fact that some of you
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    watching this are scoffing at what I
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    just said only proves my point.
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    You have fooled yourself into thinking
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    that I'm somehow the one who's being
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    selfish when I object to the notion
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    that men should be expected to cave
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    into all of your demands, for the sake of
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    your perverted idealistic conception
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    of love. And I have no doubts that
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    some of you will accuse me of being
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    bitter at some ex girlfriend for saying
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    that, but I'm not and I will
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    pre-emptively characterize such an
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    argument as out cropping of the
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    very mentality that I'm talking about.
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    You expect all of your demands to be
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    catered to, and any man who is unwilling
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    or unable to cater to them must have
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    something wrong with them. Us men are
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    human beings with our own interests and
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    goals, and it's selfish for you to expect
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    us to give all that up for you.
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    But these movies condition you to expect
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    exactly that. And that is why we hate
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    romantic comedies. We don't see anything
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    romantic about them. What we see is the
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    reinforcement of unfair and unreasonable
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    expectations about what we should be doing
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    with our own lives. Also, fuck Beyonce.
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    "Why do you make women sit around and talk
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    about men in movies when y'all easily just
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    sit around and talk about boobs for hours?
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    One, I don't know, maybe you should be
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    asking that to people who write romantic
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    comedies you like so much, because
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    those are the movies which have women
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    sitting around talking about men. Or,
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    better yet, instead of complaining about
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    how writers depict women in their movies,
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    maybe you should try being the change you
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    want to see and write your own damn movie.
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    Then you could make the female characters
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    sit around and talk about whatever you
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    want. Like how men are oppressing them, or
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    how men are objectifying them or how men
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    are such pigs, or how men spread their
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    legs too far apart on the subway, or how
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    men hate romantic comedies. There's
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    nothing stopping you.
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    Two, you're referring to the Bechdel Test,
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    which is bullshit. All the Twilight movies
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    pass the Bechdel Test, but I think you'd
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    hesitate to call any of those movies
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    "pro-feminist."
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    Three, I don't know a single guy who ever
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    talks about boobs for hours at a time.
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    I think the only guys who do are medical
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    students learning how to conduct
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    mammograms. You want to know what most of
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    the men I know talk about? Movies, video
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    games, politics, religion, music, sports,
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    cars, boats, technology, work, guns,
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    hunting, places they've been to, people
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    they've met, and so on. The subject of
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    boobs actually rarely ever comes up.
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    Contrary to what you may have been told in
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    your Women's Studies class, men don't
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    think about sex constantly. If we did, we
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    would never have invented the camera
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    equipment you used to make this video.
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    Four. If anybody's talking about boobs for
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    hours at a time, it's feminists. You're
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    the ones who are always whining about
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    the designs of fictional characters,
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    complaining that fat girls' tits are too
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    big. And in all honesty, the only time I
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    ever even think about a comic book
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    character's tits is when I hear a feminist
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    bring it up. So I think maybe you're
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    projecting.
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    "Why do you automatically assume that you
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    won't like the TV or movies that star a
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    female lead?"
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    I don't. In fact, some of my favorite
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    movies and TV shows have female leads.
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    I don't know a single man who has ever
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    scoffed at the notion of watching a movie
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    or TV show just because it has a female
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    protagonist. However, I have seen
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    feminists scoff at anything with a male
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    lead.
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    "Why are you surprised when women are
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    funny?" "I'm probably funnier than you!"
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    I'm not surprised when women are funny.
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    There are plenty of funny women out there.
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    [names not recognized], et cetera.
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    But I will say that, in general, women are
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    not as funny as men, and I think most
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    women won't agree with that statement.
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    I also think there's a reason for this.
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    See if you understand what humor is
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    and how it works, which I'm guessing
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    you don't because you're feminists,
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    then you know that the things that make
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    laugh often have their roots in very dark
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    subject matter.
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    To quote the amazing atheist,
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    "These people who are fucking offended
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    by rape jokes don't even understand
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    humor. They don't understand- They
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    think of humor as like a happy thing,
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    because humor makes us laugh and laughter
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    makes us happy, but a lot of the time
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    they don't seem to notice that what we're
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    actually laughing at is quite dark and
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    morbid. Like if you actually look at it
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    and examine the jokes, and look at the
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    exaggeration and try to figure out the
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    mechanics of how the joke works,
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    why does it work; you're gonna find that
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    a lot of jokes have their genesis in pain
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    and suffering. Because laughter is this
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    great transcendent tool we have, where
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    we can take something that- that's bitter
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    and difficult to comprehend or deal with,
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    and make it something funny.
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    Like if I take a joke like "How many
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    police officers does it take change a
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    light bulb?"
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    "None, they just beat the room for being
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    black." you know that joke has it's
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    genesis in some very serious, very dark
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    shit. And that joke is not making light
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    of the fact that people have suffered,
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    or it's not making light of the fact that
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    people, you know, marched in the Civil
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    Rights Movement, or- or that people are
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    racial discriminated against, or police
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    brutality. It's not making light of any
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    of that. What it's doing is it's taking
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    that pain and it's taking that dark
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    subject matter, and it's helping us
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    transcend it for a moment. And view
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    the absurdity of our circumstance.
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    Because that is what humor is supposed to
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    do. Humor at it's best takes the elements
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    of the world that are dark and horrible,
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    and shows you there absurdity. It shows
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    you the absurdity of the human condition.
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    and that is important."
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    See men are socially conditioned to not
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    talk openly and honestly about their
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    feelings, which I'll talk more about
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    later, and that's why we cultivate a sense
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    of humor. The only way we can really talk
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    about the things that upset us is if
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    we do it through the filter of comedy.
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    But women have the clears throat
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    "privilege" to not be subject to social
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    conditioning, and so they don't feel the
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    need to cultivate a sense of humor.
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    And that's why women, in general, aren't
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    as funny and men. That isn't to say that
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    all men are funny, or that all women are
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    unfunny. It's just that in general men are
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    funnier than women. I'm sorry but that's
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    how it is. Also no- I'd rather strongly
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    doubt that you're funnier than me.
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    And it's not because you're a woman.
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    Just judging by how you look and talk,
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    I'm willing to bet that your sense of
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    humor boils down to saying something rude,
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    and then following it with "Just kidding".
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    I mean I'm not the funniest person in
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    the world but if you think of yourself
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    as the funny one, you probably lack the
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    objectivity to realize that everybody
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    else in your circle of friends probably
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    thinks of you as the "annoying one".
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    Just kidding, actually I'm not.
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    "Why do you think we're obsessed with you
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    when we hook up?" "Nine times out of
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    ten, I just want you to leave too, I'm
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    busy, I got shit to do."
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    Probably because you do shit like text
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    us 50 times in the space of one hour, and
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    slash our tires when we dump you after you
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    accuse us of cheating because you saw our
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    sister's name in our call history. Also
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    what shit could you possibly have to do?
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    Pluck your eyebrows to the point
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    where they're so unnaturally clean around
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    the edges that they look like they're
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    drawn on? Spend your husband's money
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    on more frumpy sweaters? Buy a tub of
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    Ben & Jerry's and watch Glee? Or write
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    more questions for men to answer
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    because you're so lacking in self
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    awareness that you can't figure out the
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    answers for yourself?
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    "Why can't I sleep as many people as I
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    want to without being judged? When men do
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    it, they're congratulated"
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    Go ahead and sleep with as many
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    people as you want. I don't give a shit,
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    but once again I don't know anybody who
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    would. The only time I would care is if I
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    was dating you, because if you told me
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    you've been with 20 other guys before
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    I met you, I would naturally assume that
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    there was something wrong with you
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    if you've been in so many relationships
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    and have them all fail. Not to mention the
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    fact that your substantially more
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    likely to be carrying an STD. And I think
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    it's perfectly reasonable for a woman to
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    view men who have slept with a lot of
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    other women the same way. Also who's
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    congratulating men for sleeping around?
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    I don't see any guys walking around with
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    trophies for fucking everyone they've
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    met. It's not like having sex with easy
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    women is some kind of achievement.
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    Furthermore, I would say that most media
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    portrays men who do that as assholes
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    who should be looked at with content.
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    I mean -name not recognized- isn't
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    exactly portrayed as a model citizen.
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    By the way studies have found that the
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    majority of people who slut shame women,
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    are other women. Maybe you should be
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    directing this question at them and not
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    men.
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    "Why do you consider a woman a tease,
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    if she does sleep with you after three
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    dates, but a slut if she sleeps with you
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    on the first date?"
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    Why do you consider a man a douchebag if
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    he doesn't call you back three days after
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    he meets you, but desperate if he calls
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    you the next day?
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    "In what world does no mean yes?"
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    "No means no."
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    I don't know anybody who thinks no
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    means yes. Also this question seems to be
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    in the spirit of the feminist notion that
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    all men are potential rapists. Which
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    simply isn't true. I already talked about
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    this at length in my other video, "'Teach
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    men not to rape' is a stupid rhetoric".
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    Moving on.
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    "Why do you say that women are too
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    emotional to be leaders"
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    whispering: maybe if feminist argued
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    with logics instead of feelings, people
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    wouldn't think that.
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    "Then justify cat calling by saying
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    'men just can't control themselves'"
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    I've never heard a man say either, I have
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    hear women say both though.
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    "Why do you think that just because
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    you're nice to me, I owe you my body?"
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    Why do you think that just because I'm
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    nice to you that I want your body.
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    "Sometimes I've been walking down the
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    street, hysterically crying because my cat
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    was missing, and a man came up and
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    was like 'Hey what's up, why are you
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    crying? Can I talk to you?'
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    "But I want to continue this, so when
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    the guy up to you and asked you
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    how you were doing, did you judge his
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    intentions, or do you feel like-"
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    "I was like what the hell is wrong with
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    you I'm hysterically crying, holding
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    flyers that say missing cat."
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    "Wait what if he was checking how you were
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    doing because you were crying?"
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    "No he was- It was a catcall, it was like
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    a 'Hey pretty lady, like what's going on-"
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    "What if he was trying to be sweet to get
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    into you, like 'hey pretty lady, why are
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    you crying?'"
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    "He's not entitled to my time, honestly"
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    "If he had not said anything to you, then
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    he's a dick because he's a guy in society
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    who saw a girl crying and didn't do
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    anything."
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    "But it's a different- If he's saying that
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    to get my number, that's different that
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    him coming up and saying 'Whats
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    wrong, if I see your cat around, I'll let
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    you know. Like that's a different thing"
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    "But how is he going to know about your
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    cat, he saw a girl crying on the street"
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    "Well, it was just- I was hanging up the
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    flyers."
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    "Now I'll now if I ever see a girl crying
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    on the street, and she's hysterical and
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    she might've just lost her parents and
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    has nobody, I shouldn't go up to her
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    because she might think I'm objectify her"
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    "She doesn't know you. She doesn't know
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    you."
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    "But we're humans, we should care about
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    each other."
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    "Of course, of course, but I think you
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    have to understand what you come off
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    as to women. They don't know you. It's
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    like if a brown bear came up and said
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    hello to you. Like you just have to like-"
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    "Why would you ever send an unsolicited
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    dick pic?"
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    I wouldn't. If you didn't give out your
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    phone number to the types of guys you meet
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    in night clubs, you know the type of guys
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    who go to such clubs for the specific
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    purpose of meeting women, and who read
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    books about how to be a pick up artist;
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    maybe you wouldn't be getting dick pics
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    from them.
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    "Why do you feel like it's okay to harrass
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    women, or make offensive comments about
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    women, but when somebody does it to your
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    sister, it's not okay?"
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    Why do you feel like it's okay to make
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    these misandrist videos which paint all
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    men as sexual harassers or rapists, but
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    when somebody treats your son that way,
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    it's not okay?
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    "How does it feel to interrupt me when
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    I'm in the middle of making a point
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    during a meetings?"
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    You make it sound like the only people
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    who have ever interrupted you are men.
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    I smell confirmation bias. Hey have you
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    ever stopped to think that maybe people
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    interrupt you because they realize you're
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    talking shit and wasting time after only
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    two sentences.
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    "Why do you have to sit with your legs
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    so wide open?"
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    "I get that you have balls, but I don't
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    stand around with my arms wide open
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    to make room for my boobs."
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    Maybe that's because your boobs don't get
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    squished between your arms when you stand
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    normally with your arms down by your
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    sides. A man's balls are literally between
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    his legs, and they do get squished if he
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    puts his legs together. It's not exactly
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    an apt comparison. Furthermore, why
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    do you even care? I don't see you
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    complaining about women taking up
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    two seats with their bags.
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    "Why are women perceived as the weaker
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    sex? Even though we literally birth you,
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    like watermelons through like 'this'"
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    Because physical strength has nothing to
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    do with your ability to give birth. Women
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    are, generally speaking, not as physically
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    strong as men. The average man has about
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    50% greater upper body strength than the
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    average woman. I'm sorry but that's just
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    simple biology. There's also the fact
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    that men are by in large the one's who go
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    to war and fight and die to protect you.
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    Men are the ones who work the dangerous
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    jobs to make your comfortable lifestyle in
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    the industrialized world possible.
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    And historically men are also the ones
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    who have gone out into the unforgiving
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    wilderness to kill dangerous animals so
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    ungrateful entitled women like you could
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    eat. You as a woman are substantially less
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    likely to die during your daily activities
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    and you don't have to worry about being
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    called a deadbeat for not risking life in
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    a factory or field for the benefit of
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    others. Nor do you have to worry about
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    being told you don't have a real job
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    because you work with computers or push
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    pencils in a safe, clean environment.
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    Women work soft cushy jobs compared to
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    men and that's why women make only 7% of
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    workplace fatalities despite making up 47%
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    of the work force. That is why you're
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    perceived as the weaker sex. If you
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    don't want people to see you that way,
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    then get out of your comfortable air
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    conditioned studio and go work on a
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    craving boat on a coal mine. You're
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    always complaining about employment
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    discrimination, so go ahead, take the
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    dirty dangerous jobs and show us all just
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    how strong and tough you are. And look
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    I don't begrudge women for working jobs
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    that don't put them in danger and I will
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    freely admit that my job isn't
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    particularly dangerous; but if you're
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    going to sit there and act like women
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    are stronger than men just because you can
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    give birth, something which you have a
  • 13:26 - 13:28
    0.0002 percent chance of dying from if you
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    live in the United States, and that's up
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    from 15 years ago, then you can fuck right
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    off. By the way passing a kidney stone
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    hurts more than giving birth. Any woman
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    who has experienced both will tell you
  • 13:38 - 13:39
    that, and men get them more often so
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    blow me.
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    "Why is it so bad to show your emotions?"
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    "It means you're human."
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    Maybe it's because feminists like you
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    tell us we're misogynists for even
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    daring to complain about our problems.
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    Since you're not a man and you don't have
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    even the slightest inclining of what it's
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    like to be a man, let me spell it out for
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    you. Boys are socially conditioned from
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    the day we learn to talk to not express
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    our feelings. We are [unknown] constantly
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    be told to man up and that boys don't cry.
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    We don't have the privilege of showing
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    our emotions because if we do, it's a sign
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    of weakness. To put it simply, us men are
  • 14:08 - 14:10
    programmed to believe that our own
  • 14:10 - 14:12
    feelings are invalid, and so we hide them
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    and we lie about them. We are raised to
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    expect that if we tell you our feelings,
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    you will shoot them down. You will tell
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    us we're wrong for feeling the way we do,
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    and even if you don't, we still don't want
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    to tell you our feelings because
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    we know you'll use them against us.
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    You're probably thinking that you don't do
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    that but you do, you do it all the time
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    and don't even realize it. Ask yourself if
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    you have ever had an argument
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    with one of them men in your life and
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    you told them "If you were a real man..."
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    If you ever have then you have done
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    exactly what I'm talking about. See no
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    woman has ever been told "If you're
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    a real woman you wouldn't feel this way"
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    Women have their feelings cultivated and
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    coddled. You're not only allowed to cry.
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    you are expected to, and when you do,
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    people around you give you sympathy and
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    you are comforted. You are so used to
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    getting sympathy that you feel entitled
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    to it. Men don't have that luxury. A man
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    fully expects to be looked down upon,
  • 14:56 - 14:57
    and told that his feelings don't matter if
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    he shows any sign of emotional weakness.
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    Even by the people he trusts most, because
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    that is what he has experienced for
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    his entire life, and you wonder why the
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    suicide rate for men is four times higher
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    than it is for women. I know what you're
  • 15:09 - 15:10
    going to say, you're going to say that
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    the social conditioning of men to not
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    show their emotions is part of the
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    patriarchy, and feminism is fighting to
  • 15:15 - 15:17
    change that. Good, what heroes you are,
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    let me give you a little golf clap while
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    you take a sip from your fucking
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    'Male Tears' mug while sitting in the
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    comfort of your safe space, where
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    men aren't allowed.
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    "Why are you always trying to prove your
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    masculinity?"
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    See my answer to the previous question.
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    Also wow, how egocentric are you.
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    You are so certain that the world
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    revolves around you that you believe that
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    when a man is acting like a man, that he
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    must be trying to prove something to you.
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    Like he couldn't possibly be acting like a
  • 15:43 - 15:44
    man just because he's, you know, a
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    fucking man. Why are you constantly trying
  • 15:47 - 15:49
    to prove your femininity to me? How
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    bout that?
  • 15:49 - 15:51
    "Why the fuck isn't it lady like to cuss?
  • 15:51 - 15:53
    When did words get gendered?"
  • 15:53 - 15:55
    It's also not considered gentlemen like
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    to curse. Swearing is generally
  • 15:57 - 15:58
    considered rude regardless of the gender
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    of the person who is doing it. Personally
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    I don't give a shit if you use
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    profanity. Go right the fuck ahead.
  • 16:02 - 16:04
    And when did words get genered?
  • 16:04 - 16:06
    I guess right around the time the
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    word feminist was invented, which is
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    at self a gendered word. I'm mean the
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    invention of feminism is when everything
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    suddenly became gendered. Like when assert
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    that interrupting people is somehow a
  • 16:14 - 16:16
    uniquely male behavior, or that only
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    women get told not to swear.
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    "Why is it your first instinct to doubt
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    women who have been sexually violated or
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    raped?"
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    Maybe a false rape accusation weren't
  • 16:25 - 16:26
    systemically encouraged by feminism,
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    we wouldn't have a problem. Notice how
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    this question is phrased, to doubt women
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    who have been sexually violated or raped.
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    The more salient question would be,
  • 16:35 - 16:36
    'Why do you doubt women who claim to have
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    been sexually violated or raped. And the
  • 16:38 - 16:40
    answer is because we have this thing
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    called the presumption of innocence.
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    That means a person who is accused of a
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    crime is innocent until proven guilty.
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    So it's not my first instinct to doubt,
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    it's my moral imperative to doubt until
  • 16:50 - 16:53
    evidence is forthcoming. You wouldn't put
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    somebody in jail just because somebody
  • 16:54 - 16:56
    accused them of murder nor would you put
  • 16:56 - 16:58
    them in jail just because somebody accused
  • 16:58 - 16:59
    them of theft, nor would you put them in
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    jail because somebody accused them of any
  • 17:01 - 17:02
    other crime. Why should accusations of
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    rape be held to a different standard? This
  • 17:05 - 17:06
    really isn't a difficult concept to
  • 17:06 - 17:08
    understand, and it both baffles me and
  • 17:08 - 17:10
    disturbs me how often I see feminists
  • 17:10 - 17:12
    failing to grasp this. For people who
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    claim to fight for social justice, you
  • 17:13 - 17:15
    really don't understand how justice works,
  • 17:15 - 17:17
    do you? See a man who its accused of rape,
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    will have his life ruined. That's not even
  • 17:20 - 17:22
    only if he is convicted, the mere
  • 17:22 - 17:24
    accusation is enough to cost him his job,
  • 17:24 - 17:25
    his relationships, his education and
  • 17:25 - 17:27
    career prospects, his home, his
  • 17:27 - 17:29
    reputation, and so on. If a woman wants
  • 17:29 - 17:31
    to ruin a man's life all she has to do is
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    accuse him of raping her and he will be
  • 17:33 - 17:34
    put through the ringer by law enforcement
  • 17:34 - 17:36
    and the media; and even if he is found not
  • 17:36 - 17:37
    guilty, the damage will have already been
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    done and the woman who made the false
  • 17:39 - 17:41
    accusation will get away scot free.
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    Really it astonishes me that even after
  • 17:43 - 17:45
    what happened at Duke and the University
  • 17:45 - 17:46
    of Virginia, that you're still asking
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    this question. Furthermore, feminists
  • 17:48 - 17:49
    have abused the word rape to point where
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    its lost all meaning. Everything is rape.
  • 17:51 - 17:53
    Its gotten to the point where if a woman
  • 17:53 - 17:55
    claims she was raped I have to wonder
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    if she means a guy actually forcibly put
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    his penis in her, or if she had
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    consensual sex and just decided to call it
  • 17:59 - 18:01
    rape when she decided she regretted it the
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    next morning, or if she's merely
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    complaining that a guy looked at her in
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    a way that made her feel uncomfortable.
  • 18:06 - 18:07
    I mean what even is rape at this point?
  • 18:07 - 18:10
    According to some feminists, it's rape if
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    a man changed positions during sex without
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    forewarning. It's rape if your boyfriend
  • 18:14 - 18:16
    breaks up with you because you cheated on
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    him. It's rape if you overhear somebody
  • 18:18 - 18:19
    calling somebody else a slut.
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    "I got raped, when my mother called
  • 18:24 - 18:26
    someone else's daughter a slut."
  • 18:26 - 18:28
    Really it's your own damn fault that
  • 18:28 - 18:30
    people are becoming increasingly reluctant
  • 18:30 - 18:32
    to believe rape accusations, because you
  • 18:32 - 18:33
    have expanded the definition so broadly,
  • 18:33 - 18:35
    that nobody even knows when you're really
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    talking about rape anymore. You did this,
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    you asked for it, and now you have buyers
  • 18:39 - 18:41
    remorse. Now let me pose a question to
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    you, why is it your first instinct to
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    doubt when a man says he was sexually
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    violated or raped by a woman.
  • 18:46 - 18:47
    "Why do you assume a woman is angry
  • 18:47 - 18:49
    because she's on her period?"
  • 18:49 - 18:50
    Because women get angry when they're on
  • 18:50 - 18:52
    their period. It's a scientific fact that
  • 18:52 - 18:54
    the hormonal changes a woman experiences
  • 18:54 - 18:56
    during her period cause her to become
  • 18:56 - 18:58
    irritable. This is called premenstrual
  • 18:58 - 19:00
    syndrome, or PMS. However, I don't
  • 19:00 - 19:02
    always assume a woman is angry because
  • 19:02 - 19:04
    she is on her period. If your boyfriend
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    thinks that, then maybe it's because
  • 19:05 - 19:06
    you're not being straight forward with him
  • 19:06 - 19:07
    and expecting him to be a mind reader.
  • 19:07 - 19:09
    Maybe you should try telling him why
  • 19:09 - 19:11
    you're angry. Ever thought about that?
  • 19:11 - 19:13
    Ever thought about simply telling him that
  • 19:13 - 19:14
    you're mad that he ate the last
  • 19:14 - 19:16
    Klondike bar or whatever trivial bullshit
  • 19:16 - 19:17
    you're getting your panties in twist over.
  • 19:17 - 19:19
    [mocking voice] "Awe he should just be
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    able to figure it out"
  • 19:20 - 19:21
    Yeah like you should be able to figure out
  • 19:21 - 19:22
    the answers to these stupid questions
  • 19:22 - 19:23
    you're asking.
  • 19:23 - 19:25
    "Why do you think women that wear makeup
  • 19:25 - 19:27
    are false advertising, we can say the same
  • 19:27 - 19:28
    thing about your dick size."
  • 19:28 - 19:30
    You actually answered the question
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    yourself. We consider it false
  • 19:31 - 19:32
    advertising for the same reason that you
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    think a man who stuffs the crotch of his
  • 19:34 - 19:36
    pants is false advertising. If you cover
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    up all your pimples and scars with makeup
  • 19:37 - 19:39
    you can't really be surprised when he's
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    taken aback upon discover that you
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    don't really look the way you did when you
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    first met. I mean wouldn't you feel like
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    you were lied to if you met a guy who
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    looked well dressed and drove a nice car,
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    but then you found out that he got his
  • 19:49 - 19:50
    clothes at goodwill, and he rented that
  • 19:50 - 19:52
    car with his burger king salary.
  • 19:52 - 19:54
    "Why isn't it weird that there's a bunch
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    of old white men sitting in a room,
  • 19:56 - 19:58
    making legislation about what I can and
  • 19:58 - 20:00
    can't do with my body?"
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    Wasn't it a room full of old white men
  • 20:01 - 20:03
    that decided the Roe v. Wade ruling.
  • 20:03 - 20:05
    You know, women have had the right to
  • 20:05 - 20:07
    vote for almost a hundred years now, and
  • 20:07 - 20:09
    polling data has found that women are more
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    likely to vote than men; and yet these
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    old white men keep getting elected.
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    And I see a lot of you people supporting
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    Bernie Sanders even though he looks pretty
  • 20:16 - 20:18
    fuckin old and white to me. Go figure.
  • 20:18 - 20:20
    Furthermore, why does it even matter that
  • 20:20 - 20:21
    they're white? Why does their melanin
  • 20:21 - 20:23
    level matter more than the merit of their
  • 20:23 - 20:26
    ideas? Wasn't it Martin Luther King Jr.
  • 20:26 - 20:28
    who once said "I have a dream that my
  • 20:28 - 20:29
    four little children will one day live in
  • 20:29 - 20:31
    a nation where they will not be judge by
  • 20:31 - 20:32
    the color of their skin, but by the
  • 20:32 - 20:34
    content of their character." For as much
  • 20:34 - 20:36
    as you people like to accuse other of
  • 20:36 - 20:37
    being racist, you sure do judge people
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    based on their race a lot. Oh but it's
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    not racism when you do it because of
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    power structures or some other mental
  • 20:42 - 20:44
    gymnastic bullshit, right? As if whether
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    or not the prejudice somebody is being
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    subjected to is institutionalized makes
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    any difference to them when it happens.
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    Fuck off. Racism is racism, regardless of
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    who is doing it to whom. Calling it
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    something other than racism doesn't
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    change the fact that it's fucking racism;
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    And the only people who think otherwise
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    are racist like you. This mentality that
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    only certain people can be racist hinges
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    on the categorization of people based on
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    their ethnicity, and the ascribing of
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    attributes to them such as privilege,
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    based on those racial categories. You
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    have to make judgements based on race to
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    make this argument work, you have to make
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    assumptions and generalization about their
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    race and origin to make those judgments.
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    So you have to be racist to use this
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    argument, how do you not see the problem
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    with this, how do you not see the problem
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    with putting people's race before the
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    merits of their argument and categorizing
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    people into a hierarchy of consideration
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    based on their race. How the fuck do you
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    expect to fight racism with racism, and
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    then expect people to take you seriously.
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    Maybe this is the reason why you think
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    that if somebody thinks that you're
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    stupid it must be because you're a woman.
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    You're projecting, you judge other people
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    based on their race and gender so you
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    assume other people are doing it to you.
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    Well I've got news for you, I don't think
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    you're stupid because you're a woman, I
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    think you're stupid because you're stupid.
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    Anyway I'm getting off topic, it's not
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    like they don't also tell me what I can't
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    do with my body. For example, I can't take
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    the palm of my hand and slap some sense
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    into you, without being considered
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    assault.
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    "Do you have a coochie?"
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    No.
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    "Why are straight guys so obsessed with
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    lesbians?"
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    Why are straight women so obsessed with
  • 21:59 - 22:01
    gay guys? Or better yet, why are women
  • 22:01 - 22:03
    so obsessed with lesbians? According to
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    Porn hub search data for 2014, the number
  • 22:06 - 22:07
    one thing women search for was lesbian
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    porn. Proportionately women look up
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    lesbian porn more than men do.
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    "How does it feel to get kicked in the
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    balls?"
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    How do you think it feels, you dumb
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    bitch?
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    "Do you ever get tired of being manly all
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    the time?"
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    Do you? You're the one that's dressed like
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    a lumberjack. To answer the question, no,
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    not really. It comes naturally to me
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    since I'm, you know, a man. The fact
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    that you're asking this question implies
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    that you sometimes get tired of being
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    feminine, so do you ever get tired of
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    being feminine all the time? Is that why
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    you're dressed like a lumberjack?
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    Would you like to be a man?
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    Well you have to pass a test first. Have
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    you mastered the art of manspreading?
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    Have you completed your forty hours of
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    rape training?
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    "Why are you so afraid of gender
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    equality?"
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    I'm not. You are. What I'm afraid of is
  • 22:47 - 22:49
    gender inequality. Which is what feminist
  • 22:49 - 22:51
    are actually pushing for. You want
  • 22:51 - 22:53
    examples? In 2005, Swedish Politian and
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    co-founder of feminist initiative,
  • 22:55 - 22:57
    Godrum Schyman, proposed what the media
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    called a man tax, which would have raised
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    taxes for men in Sweden. Basing it on the
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    idea that all men should be held
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    accountable for all man on women violence.
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    It should be noted that Schyman was
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    convicted of tax evasion in 2004, a
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    year before making this proposal.
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    In 2010, women's group leaders in Isreal
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    have unanimously opposed changes to rape
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    laws that would make it possible for
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    women to be convicted of rape. They
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    succeeded and now women in Israel commit
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    sex act on non-consenting adults or
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    children who are not old enough to
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    legally give informed consent, are not
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    actually being charged with rape, and are
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    instead charged with lesser crimes. In
  • 23:29 - 23:31
    2013 Indian feminists successfully
  • 23:31 - 23:33
    pressured the government to rewrite rape
  • 23:33 - 23:35
    laws in such a way that only men could be
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    charged with rape. In 2014, Jessica
  • 23:37 - 23:39
    Valenti published an article in the
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    Guardian advocating paying men less than
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    women. In 2015, York University planned to
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    hold an international men's day meant to
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    highlight issues affecting men and boys,
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    such as the high suicide rate, shorter
  • 23:49 - 23:50
    life expectancies, and struggles faced in
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    getting and education. It was canceled
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    after feminists student, staff, and alumni
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    protested and held a petition to ban it,
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    which received almost 200 signatures.
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    To add insult to injury, Holly Baxter
  • 24:00 - 24:02
    wrote a condescending article on
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    Independent.co.uk enlightening readers
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    why we don't need an international men's
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    day. You can claim the definition of
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    feminism is advocating gender equality
  • 24:10 - 24:12
    all you want, but actions speak louder than
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    words. And it's really hard to believe the
  • 24:14 - 24:16
    feminist movement is really a movement
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    for equality, when you dismiss anyone who
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    brings up men's issues as misogynists.
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    You say all men are rapists, you try to
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    ban men from certain place son college
  • 24:23 - 24:25
    campuses, you actively fight against
  • 24:25 - 24:26
    father's rights, undermine the
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    presumption of innocence when it comes
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    to rape accusations, and you deny
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    statistics about male victims of domestic
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    abuse. As well as protest and disrupt
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    conferences about male suicide.
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    "This is what mens' rights looks like"
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    "This is what mens' rights looks like"
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    "This is what mens' rights looks like"
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    All that said, why are you so afraid of
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    gender equality?
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    "Why do I deserve to be paid less than
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    you?"
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    "In what world does 77 cents equal a
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    dollar?"
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    "In what world does 68 cents equal a
  • 24:51 - 24:52
    dollar?"
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    "How is that fair?"
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    After I finished writing my answers to
  • 24:55 - 24:56
    all these questions, I actually counted
  • 24:56 - 24:57
    them and realized there are only 33
  • 24:57 - 24:59
    questions, instead of 36. I just
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    naturally assumed these four questions
  • 25:00 - 25:02
    are actually one and answer them as such,
  • 25:02 - 25:04
    but no. Buzzfeed actually considered this
  • 25:04 - 25:05
    compound question as a bunch of seperate
  • 25:05 - 25:07
    questions, in order to bolster their count
  • 25:07 - 25:09
    for their deceptive, click baiting title.
  • 25:09 - 25:10
    Like it wasn't bad enough that they're
  • 25:10 - 25:13
    already not even questions. Anyway, this
  • 25:13 - 25:15
    has been pointed out countless times by
  • 25:15 - 25:17
    countless other people, but the wage gap
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    is bullshit, and when I say it's bullshit
  • 25:19 - 25:20
    I don't mean that it doesn't exist.
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    I mean it's bullshit because of the way
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    it's presented. The observed wage gap it
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    based on comparing the average income of
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    men to the average income of women without
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    considering any variables. Sometimes when
  • 25:29 - 25:31
    the wage gap is brought up they add women
  • 25:31 - 25:32
    get paid less for the same jobs, but
  • 25:32 - 25:34
    that's horseshit. Asking women why they
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    get paid less than men is like asking why
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    men are more likely to die in the
  • 25:37 - 25:39
    workplace than women. It's because men
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    and women tend to work different jobs;
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    and just like some jobs are more dangerous
  • 25:44 - 25:45
    than others, some jobs pay more than
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    others. And since men tend to work
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    higher paying jobs, such as those in STEM
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    fields, men tend to make more money.
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    And even when you are comparing men and
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    women working the same jobs, there are
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    things which factor into why men get paid
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    more. Such as the fact that men are more
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    likely to work overtime, or more likely
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    to ask for raises or promotions, or less
  • 26:02 - 26:04
    likely to take time off, or more
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    competitive, or more likely to take risks,
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    prioritize earnings more than women,
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    retire at a later age, and all these other
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    things which studies have found. With all
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    this taken into consideration, it's no
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    wonder that men get paid more, men work
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    more. And really I hate to point out this
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    obvious bit of common sense, but if
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    companies could actually get away with
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    paying women less, don't you think they
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    would just hire nothing but women to save
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    money. Do you honestly think that
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    corporations are such boys clubs that
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    giving advantages to men is more important
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    to them than their profits and shareholder
  • 26:32 - 26:35
    interests. Don't be stupid. And no the
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    fact that there are so few women in STEM
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    fields has nothing to do with
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    discrimination. In fact, surveys have
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    found that there is a 2 to 1 preference
  • 26:41 - 26:43
    for female applicants in STEM fields
  • 26:43 - 26:45
    over equally qualified men. So the reason
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    that there are so few women in STEM
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    fields is because few women are interested
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    in pursuing careers in STEM fields. If you
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    want more women in STEM fields, then maybe
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    you shouldn't have wasted your parents
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    money on a degree in gender studies.
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    And if you wish to continue pushing this
  • 26:58 - 26:59
    baseless contention that the patriarchy
  • 26:59 - 27:01
    is keeping women out of STEM fields, then
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    explain why the patriarchy isn't stopping
  • 27:03 - 27:04
    women from dominating certain fields
  • 27:04 - 27:06
    such as veterinary, medicine, psychology,
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    pharmacology, and biology. Furthermore,
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    which is it, 77 cents to a dollar or 68
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    cents. I've also heard other feminists
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    claim 72 cents. The fact that you can't
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    keep your story straight kind of says
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    something about it. And I'm really
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    struggling to understand why you thought
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    including this discrepancy in your video
  • 27:21 - 27:23
    was a good idea. Maybe you should have
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    let a man proofread it. (whispering) that
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    was a joke. I know I have to explain it
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    because feminists don't understand jokes,
  • 27:28 - 27:30
    but it was a joke, alright.
  • 27:30 - 27:32
    "Why are you intimidated by a woman who
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    makes more money than you? That's
  • 27:34 - 27:35
    awesome! More money"
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    I'm not, but since we're making
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    assumptions, why are you intimidated
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    by my deep, booming, commanding, yet
  • 27:42 - 27:43
    sultry baritone voice.
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    "Why are opiniated women seen as bitches?"
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    "When opiniated men are seen as bosses."
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    Opiniated men aren't seen as bosses unless
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    they actually are somebody's boss.
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    Otherwise they are just called assholes.
  • 27:54 - 27:56
    Unless of course their opinions disagree
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    with you. In which case they are kicked
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    off of campus, banned from speaking at
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    events, and told to stop mansplaining.
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    Maybe that's why opiniated women like you
  • 28:03 - 28:04
    are seen as bitches.
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    "Why aren't you speaking up when you hear
  • 28:06 - 28:09
    your male friends behind closed doors,
  • 28:09 - 28:11
    make jokes that are offensive to
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    women?"
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    Because they're jokes, and they aren't
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    meant to be taken seriously.
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    "These people who are fucking offended by
  • 28:16 - 28:19
    rape jokes don't even understand humor."
  • 28:19 - 28:20
    If that's not a good enough answer, then
  • 28:20 - 28:22
    let me ask you this, do you speak up when
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    your female friends make jokes that are
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    offensive to men, no? Why not? Oh because
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    it's empowering right? Fuck off. Also I
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    thought you said you were probably funnier
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    than me? You think of yourself as a funny
  • 28:33 - 28:35
    woman but you don't want people making
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    jokes that don't cater to your own
  • 28:36 - 28:38
    personal taste. Stop trying to please
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    other people's speech, you empty
  • 28:39 - 28:40
    headed bimbo. (Horn blaring)
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    "Why are you so afraid of recognizing
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    your own privilege? Doesn't mean you're a
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    bad person, just recognizing it and do
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    something about it."
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    I just love how you boldly assert that I
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    have privilege without backing up that
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    assertion at all. And then pursue to talk
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    down to me in this condescending tone,
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    like it's just so obvious it's such an
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    unassailable argument. (mocking voice)
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    It doesn't mean you're a bad person.
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    But I guess being the same gender as
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    Donald Trump does. To answer your
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    question, it's because I don't have
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    privilege, I really don't, but you do.
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    I defy you name one, just one, legal
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    privilege that I have, which you don't
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    also have. Because I can think of several
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    you have which I don't have. Let me list
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    ten. Women are almost always granted
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    custody of children in a divorce by
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    default unless the man can prove she is
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    unfit to care for them. See
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    misrepresentation of gender bias
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    committee of Massachusetts Supreme Court
  • 29:26 - 29:29
    by Mark B Rosenthal, this is despite
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    the fact that children are twice as
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    likely to be abused by their mother than
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    they are by their father. According to
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    page 49 of Child Maltreatment 2013
  • 29:35 - 29:37
    published by the US Department of Health
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    and Human Services. Women have more
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    social safety nets designed for them,
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    which is why they only make up 24% of
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    the homeless population. This is in spite
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    of the fact that 42% of homeless men are
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    employed, versus only 27% of homeless
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    women. This is according to page 2 of
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    "Who's Homeless" published by the National
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    Coalition for the Homeless, July 2009 and
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    page 1 of "Single Males: The Homeless
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    Majority" published by Healing Hands
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    in June 2001. Women get more lenient
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    sentences for equivalent crimes. See
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    "Estimating Gender Disparities in Federal
  • 30:04 - 30:06
    Criminal Cases" by Sonja B Starr in 2012.
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    A woman could get a male coworker fired
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    from his job simply by accusing him of
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    sexual harassment even without proving it.
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    It's so easy for a woman to get a man
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    fired at a malice, and it happens so
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    often that men are now starting to avoid
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    women all together in the workplace.
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    Refusing to mentor or help them.
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    Kim Elsesser talks about this in her book,
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    "Sex in the office" 2015. In California, a
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    woman can declare a man to be the father
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    of her child and sue him for child
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    support and it's up to the man to prove
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    he isn't the father by taking a DNA test.
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    And he only gets 30 days to do so, if he
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    doesn't do it in that time, then a court
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    can declare him responsible for the child
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    even if he proves he isn't the father
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    later. A woman can sue a sperm donner for
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    child support. A woman who gets
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    pregnant with stolen sperm, can sue the
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    man she stole it from for child support.
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    And before you argue that a man should
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    keep it in his pants so he doesn't want to
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    be a father, imagine if you heard a
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    conservative Christian arguing against
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    abortion by saying 'women should keep
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    their legs together if they don't want to
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    be mothers' I think you would lose your
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    shit. A woman who get pregnant by raping
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    a man or an underage boy can sue him for
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    child support. See Hermesmann V Seyer.
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    A woman could get an abortion in
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    complete disregard for the wishes of the
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    father, she doesn't even have to tell
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    she's seeking an abortion. A woman can
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    also sue the father for child support if
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    he wants nothing to do with the child.
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    So basically a woman can opt out of
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    parenthood but a man cannot.
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    Domestic violence against women is
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    actually taken seriously. Men are always
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    presumed to be the aggressors in
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    domestic violence cases. Despite the fact
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    that CDC statistics have found that more
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    than 70% of non reciprocated domestic
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    violence is perpetuated by women.
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    Even when a man is recognized as a being
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    a victim of domestic abuse, he is almost
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    always presumed to be at fault.
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    People ask 'What did he do to piss her
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    off?'
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    So let me pose a question to you, Why are
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    you so afraid of recognizing your
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    privilege? It doesn't mean you're a bad
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    person. Just recognize it and do something
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    about it. Or don't, I already know you
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    won't.
Titel:
36 STUPID FEMINIST QUESTIONS ANSWERED
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