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Are male feminists gay?

mk, Smartass Oracle 2012/06/30 17:19:36
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  • Nika 2012/07/09 00:38:30
    No
    Nika
    +1
    Definately not.

    kurt cobain
    joss whedan
  • Leeaqua 2012/07/02 15:48:48
    No
    Leeaqua
    +2
    Caring for the rights of others does not make you gay !
  • Uranos7 2012/07/02 03:54:10
    No
    Uranos7
    +1
    No it is just because people these days want everything to be black or white, you are either in total agreement or you are against them that ideas like this come to the surface.
    In reality people are more shades of grey, they agree with some of feminism and some of anti feminism views but are afraid to say what they truly believe out of fear of offending one side, the other or both.
    I mostly agree with feminism but some try to take it too far. It is like they do not really care about equality but punishing people or achieving their own superiority instead.
  • bags the Indigenous Guru 2012/07/01 20:14:38
    No
    bags the Indigenous Guru
    +1
    Hagar, my husband...gay? BWAHAHAHAHAH
  • Bibliophilic 2012/07/01 18:27:34
    No
    Bibliophilic
    +4
    Most aren't. Are you implying that only gay men care about women's liberties? That's just sick and sad.
  • socokid 2012/07/01 16:32:52
    No
    socokid
    +2
    Things that do not make you gay:

    1. Caring about the plight of others
  • purpleicecreamvan<3 2012/07/01 15:40:00
    No
    purpleicecreamvan<3
    +1
    they probably just realised that women have a different, but by no means inferior, skill set. emotional manipulation is one we're pretty good at, for example. and proud
  • Crime Time 2012/07/01 06:43:58
  • Ben 2012/07/01 06:31:12 (edited)
    No
    Ben
    +2
    No, they're respectful.
  • Party of One 2012/07/01 05:23:12
    No
    Party of One
    +1
    Nah, we've just had it with the alpha male mentality not working very well so we'll try this for a while. my guy'll get back to your guy ;)
  • ZB 2012/07/01 00:58:18
    No
    ZB
    +4
    Why would someone think that? Oh, wait, that's right...cause they're ignorant.
  • dustin.oubre 2012/06/30 23:51:00
    No
    dustin.oubre
    +3
    I don't see how believing in gender equality makes you homosexual. I mean, I'm gay, and I'm all for equality, but that doesn't mean I'm gay because I believe in equality.
  • dragon88 2012/06/30 23:45:19
  • Christyyyyy 2012/06/30 23:19:16
    No
    Christyyyyy
    +2
    metrosexual
  • TheHushedScreamer 2012/06/30 20:47:08
    Yes
    TheHushedScreamer
    +3
    Damn, I meant "No".
    I don't see how believing in equality makes a man homosexual. It just makes him a believer of equality.
  • Cunning Stunts 2012/06/30 19:32:17
    Maybe
    Cunning Stunts
    +1
    Wishful thinking.
  • Funboy 2012/06/30 19:11:36
    No
    Funboy
    +2
    Who said that? Thats just ridiculous.
  • Waldorf 2012/06/30 18:56:45
    Maybe
    Waldorf
    +1
    Queers like to think everyone is gay but may not know it yet.
  • Anonymouse ~superdoge~ 2012/06/30 18:36:40
    No
    Anonymouse ~superdoge~
    +6
    Feminism is wanting equality for the genders. So probably not. I'm not particularly feministic, and I'm gay...
  • dragon88 Anonymo... 2012/06/30 23:44:26
    dragon88
    +1
    Feminism was portrayed to give equality but in reality it was done so the government could tax women and its genocide
  • Anonymo... dragon88 2012/07/01 11:12:43
    Anonymouse ~superdoge~
    +3
    You do realise that in Europe, before the Industrial revolution, men and women working on the land had joint conjugal roles. Both parents would work, both parents would cook, Both parents would change the baby. That has always been the way on farms, and it was the industrial revolution, where men started to work in factories and the nuclear family took over, that traditional separate conjugal roles started to take over. I do believe in the premise that someone is always home for the children, but I don't think it should have to be the woman - it could be the man, it could be a close member of the family, like a grandparent.
  • dragon88 Anonymo... 2012/07/01 19:36:17
    dragon88
    +1
    But before the industrial revolution women weren't slaves to the government. They also weren't obsessed with making tons of money in order to buy all of the materialistic things that they wanted. The government portrayed being a stay at home mom as oppressive when its not. Feminism made women care more about their selfish desires then caring about raising a family and taking responsibility. It also started giving women the right to have an abortion and portrayed men's opinion on abortion as meaningless. It also started getting children into schools at an earlier age so that they could be indoctrinated and make kids care more about their friends opinions then their parents which caused a lot of children to rebel. It also made parents put their children at a day care center while parents went to work. I'm sure that has a bad effect on children in the long run.
  • Anonymo... dragon88 2012/07/01 19:47:54
    Anonymouse ~superdoge~
    +3
    No, before the industrial revolution, women and everyone else were slaves to the aristocracy and rich land owners. Little better. During the industrial revolution, people were slaves to factory owners. After the industrial revolution, people were slaves to the government as they used war as an excuse to tighten regulations on people, some of which are still in force today. I do agree that feminist movements were a bad thing, they moved off so quickly, the men at the time had no idea how to run a household, and they wanted to keep working, so people got more money, but family values and morals suffered, as all of a sudden there wasn't a parent at home all the time, so children had to look for different role models in the day time, which led to the inner city ghetto lifestyle, as the only people around were children and lazy, unemployed people, such as druggies and hippies. Not the best role models... And I agree about the schools, parents started using them as a place to put their kids whilst they went out living their dream in work and neglecting their children... Before, like in the 1950's, people were poorer, but they were happier, now they just care about their appearance and who has a bigger car...
  • ʂıoвнaп ♡ 2012/06/30 18:35:46
    No
    ʂıoвнaп ♡
    +4
    Not necessarily. A man doesn't need to be homosexual to believe in gender equality.
  • Staind_wolf94 2012/06/30 18:22:48
    Maybe
    Staind_wolf94
    +1
    Not all of them, but I'm sure there are some, as they have the same opinions as all human beings do.
  • Flor de Luna 2012/06/30 17:50:44
    Maybe
    Flor de Luna
    +1
    If they have sexual relations with other men,then I guess it would be a safe bet to say that they're gay.
  • mwg0735 2012/06/30 17:44:14
  • ZB mwg0735 2012/07/01 00:59:53
    ZB
    +4
    Based on what? I'm for equality and I'm married and we have 3 kids.
  • mwg0735 ZB 2012/07/01 07:30:29
  • ZB mwg0735 2012/07/01 07:36:35
    ZB
    +3
    Why do political affiliations always have to come up? What do they have to do with what I think? If you look at my profile, I don't have a particular affiliation because I actually like to think for myself and not follow some party line, like cattle. And definitely NOT gay. Like I said, married and have 3 kids.
  • socokid ZB 2012/07/01 16:34:36
    socokid
    +3
    ZB... he just called everyone that is liberal minded a retarded homosexual.

    Reasoning with him would be like explaining logic to a two year old. I am just not sure it is worth your time. That's all.

    Good luck!
  • ZB socokid 2012/07/02 01:29:26
    ZB
    +2
    You're probably right. But as he hasn't responded as of this posting, I don't think he will.
  • Reichstolz 2012/06/30 17:43:27
    Yes
    Reichstolz
    +1
    In order to willfully denounce the role men play in society, would lead me to think they hate themselves, just as most of the gay deviants do.
  • ZB Reichstolz 2012/07/01 01:00:17
    ZB
    +3
    What role would that be?
  • Reichstolz ZB 2012/07/01 06:06:30
    Reichstolz
    +1
    subservient.
  • ZB Reichstolz 2012/07/01 07:24:37 (edited)
    ZB
    +2
    Ahh! You must be a man of the '20's. the lady/wife is supposed to be barefoot and pregnant at home. Also known as a chauvinist. That attitude died years ago, and should stay dead. Also note that a male feminist doesn't denounce the role of men in society. They are all for women having the same place. It's called equality. No problem here. Why should that be a problem for you?
  • Reichstolz ZB 2012/07/01 13:12:03
    Reichstolz
    +1
    There is nothing equal about feminism. Men and women are unique to their gender nothing equal about them. That is why feminism and all other movements are a farce, if you want to be recognized for your difference there is no such thing as equality. In Latin, the term neuter, would properly describe what you seek that men and women be classified as. I am a man, my wife is a woman, we both bring unique perspectives and talents to the world, nothing equal about them. If you seek true equality there is no distinction between individuals. So any movement that recognizes gender, race, etc. is not seeking equality it is seeking recognition for uniqueness.
  • Midnite12 2012/06/30 17:39:46
    No
    Midnite12
    +1
    Some are, some aren't.
  • Cyan9 2012/06/30 17:31:33
    No
    Cyan9
    +3
    Last time I checked, one didn't need to be gay to believe in gender equality.
  • JoeBtfsplk 2012/06/30 17:29:20
    Maybe
    JoeBtfsplk
    +1
    why are you interested?

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