• How to stop being so sensitive? How to become emotionally tough like men?

    Don't tell "you can't.... they've been trained hat way since childhood", why are you even answering if you don't have a solution? ONLY answer if you have a practical solution, for becoming emotionally insensitive.
    Don't tell "you can't.... they've been trained hat way since childhood", why are you even answering if you don't have a solution? ONLY answer if you have a practical solution, for becoming emotionally insensitive.
    26 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Why do men think women wear makeup for them?

    I don’t even wear makeup every day and when I do it’s still not a lot. But I hate when men think everything we do is to try to please them. Like men don’t even know the difference between navy and black so why would we even try to impress them with our makeup
    I don’t even wear makeup every day and when I do it’s still not a lot. But I hate when men think everything we do is to try to please them. Like men don’t even know the difference between navy and black so why would we even try to impress them with our makeup
    57 answers · 3 days ago
  • Are women in the U.S. oppressed?

    48 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it selfish wanting a baby?

    Best answer: Well, first of all, babies should NEVER sleep with their parents. NO. It's dangerous. Next, whether you have a child or not, is between you and your lady. It's something the two of you really have to be on the same page about. Yes babies suck out our souls... our body is feeding them for nine months... show more
    Best answer: Well, first of all, babies should NEVER sleep with their parents. NO. It's dangerous.

    Next, whether you have a child or not, is between you and your lady. It's something the two of you really have to be on the same page about.

    Yes babies suck out our souls... our body is feeding them for nine months out of our lives, and after the baby comes along, we are tired for a good bit of time. Childbirth isn't a walk in the park and the entire experience is a bit draining. It takes our bodies a while to heal.

    After the baby comes, no one gets much sleep and we commence to have no social life, more expenses and bills. Doctors aren't free, neither are diapers, cribs, baby food, clothing and all the rest.

    It can be a wonderful time, and it's also an emotionally trying time

    You're not selfish, but i think you do need to take a lot of things into consideration before you start a family. Families are great. Being prepared to start one? that's better.
    17 answers · 1 day ago
  • Are we seeing a backlash to Social Justice Warrior agenda?

    If so, how so? What are some examples?
    If so, how so? What are some examples?
    21 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why are men forced to pay child support?

    I’m a woman, and this is more for those who are pro-choice because I don’t understand the concept or hypocrisy of the women who support abortions because they don’t believe women should be forced to have a kid, but support men being forced to pay child support when they didn’t want a kid from the get go. If you... show more
    I’m a woman, and this is more for those who are pro-choice because I don’t understand the concept or hypocrisy of the women who support abortions because they don’t believe women should be forced to have a kid, but support men being forced to pay child support when they didn’t want a kid from the get go. If you believe women shouldn’t be forced to be a parent, why do you think it’s right to force a man to be one?
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why is it okay for females to touch men inappropriately, but not okay when the genders are reversed?

    I was watching the Ellen show were taylor lautner was the guest. Ellen chose a female guest to come on stage and meet him. The first thing she did was give him a hug, and than fondled his abs with a giggle. The whole audience laughed. She did it again when she was about to leave the stage. Now. I can pretty much... show more
    I was watching the Ellen show were taylor lautner was the guest. Ellen chose a female guest to come on stage and meet him. The first thing she did was give him a hug, and than fondled his abs with a giggle. The whole audience laughed. She did it again when she was about to leave the stage. Now. I can pretty much garuntee if a man touched a female celebrity, on stage like that, than I'd be on the news. So, why do women think it's okay to touch man inappropriately, but freak out when they are touched in the same manner? Sorry for the bad grammar.
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • What exactly is wrong with sleeping with someone's wife?

    The bottom line is it would be between two consenting adults so how am I somehow the bad guy if I want to participate? "If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?"
    The bottom line is it would be between two consenting adults so how am I somehow the bad guy if I want to participate? "If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?"
    29 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is modern day feminism really about gender equality or female supremacy?

    Best answer: They say equality, but it appears to be supremacy.
    Best answer: They say equality, but it appears to be supremacy.
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • True or false , women would prefer a world in which men had no sex drives / attraction to them at all ?

    Best answer: False....male sex drive/attraction to women is how the ladies squeeze cash and prizes from men !! Just how would it be in a world where men were cool and dispassionate toward women ?? Exactly !!
    Best answer: False....male sex drive/attraction to women is how the ladies squeeze cash and prizes from men !! Just how would it be in a world where men were cool and dispassionate toward women ?? Exactly !!
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • Would you date a woman with social anxiety?

    What if her anxiety was so bad she couldn't make eye contact with you, had a hard time talking to you. What if she really liked you, wanted to be in a relationship but was too nervous to interact with you sometimes. And you had to initiate most of the time. Would that bother you or could you handle it until she... show more
    What if her anxiety was so bad she couldn't make eye contact with you, had a hard time talking to you. What if she really liked you, wanted to be in a relationship but was too nervous to interact with you sometimes. And you had to initiate most of the time. Would that bother you or could you handle it until she opened up - which keep in mind would take a long time until she trusted you.
    9 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Do Like beTTER math or English's?,,,?

    7 answers · 6 hours ago
  • Gender Studies: Why is this?

    I have noticed when male and female babies get born they are both equal in size and strenght, you see no difference between a male and female (except genitalia) same goes on with boy and girl toddlers and prepubercent children but then when puberty starts there begins the difference with height, strenght and voice,... show more
    I have noticed when male and female babies get born they are both equal in size and strenght, you see no difference between a male and female (except genitalia) same goes on with boy and girl toddlers and prepubercent children but then when puberty starts there begins the difference with height, strenght and voice, the boys get taller, stronger and their voice changes but girls stay shorter and weaker most of the time, then you have adult men and women, you can clearly see the difference but then as they age they begin to be similair again like before puberty, elderly men become weak again, smaller in size and are equal as elderly women, their voices are high pitched again and now men and women are again equally the same as before puberty and when they were babies. Why is this? Nature surely is a strange thing.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why does sexism still exist in academia?

    Best answer: Sexism is alive and well in academia thanks in large part to the strong influence of SJWs. Most colleges have kangaroo courts that punish accused males without due process. Most colleges have very anti-male innocent bystander and rape prevention training. Colleges often use affirmative action in their hiring... show more
    Best answer: Sexism is alive and well in academia thanks in large part to the strong influence of SJWs.

    Most colleges have kangaroo courts that punish accused males without due process. Most colleges have very anti-male innocent bystander and rape prevention training. Colleges often use affirmative action in their hiring practices, with many actively preferring female candidates in STEM areas especially. Colleges typically enforce Title IX in a very one-sided sexist fashion. For example, they will come down on an athletic department that has slightly more males than females in athletics, but of course not do the same for aerobics, palates, etc. that have vastly more females. We see the same with courses. Colleges make a big deal out of more men going into STEMS but not about more women going into women's studies, nursing, etc. We of course see safe space for women, but not men. There are more scholarships for women than men.

    Of course, the sexism starts long before college. In the U.S., we passed legislation encouraging K-12 to focus on girls in education over boys and it's worked. Since it's passage, boys have continually done worse and worse with fewer going onto college compared to girls. The AAUW (feminist education lobby), actively pushed one-sided sexist practices in all levels of eduction including "no boys allowed" educational advancement opportunities for girls that is denied boys. Women's' studies courses are not an unbiased view of gender issue, they are typically noting more than feminist agenda pushed onto pliable minds.

    Education is incredibly sexist.

    The reason why is because of feminism and SJW influence on education. The biased Title IX sexual assault practices for example are a direct result of feminists pushing the Department of Education and Obama administration. The laws I mentioned were proposed by the feminist group the AAUW. It was the National Organization of Women with support from a foundation that pushed for the establishment of biased feminist studies courses.
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • As a male cashier I tend to be friendlier and more attentive to attractive female customers. Is this a bad thing or is it normal?

    Best answer: I'm feeling like both answers is right. Don't learn to kiss up to women just 'cuz you're attracted to them. Don't make biases. Not saying to not go after them, but attend to your customers the same.
    Best answer: I'm feeling like both answers is right. Don't learn to kiss up to women just 'cuz you're attracted to them. Don't make biases. Not saying to not go after them, but attend to your customers the same.
    18 answers · 4 days ago
  • So who's more of a hero to feminists?

    Best answer: "So who's more of a hero to feminists? " I can't tell you because I am not a feminist. But what is crazy is that ANY feminist hero of any kind is always going to be someone that has maligned either men or masculinity. Worded differently, I don' t know of a single noteable feminist anywhere... show more
    Best answer: "So who's more of a hero to feminists? "

    I can't tell you because I am not a feminist. But what is crazy is that ANY feminist hero of any kind is always going to be someone that has maligned either men or masculinity. Worded differently, I don' t know of a single noteable feminist anywhere that thinks nicely of men. Yet I can name half a dozen man-hating prominent feminists on the spot!

    The reaction one gets when bringing up the hateful feminists that hold positions of power within the feminist movement, seems to back up the idea that even most self-proclaimed feminists go along with whatever ANY feminist proclaims .... including hateful misandry.

    Feminism has no Jesus figure, or Gandhi or Martin Luther King type figure either. Every single prominent feminist I have ever known has been unsympathetic towards men, to say the least. How can anybody go along with a movement that is this divisive at it's core?
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    7 answers · 14 hours ago