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Piromysl said:
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you disrespect the feminism movement


Maybe it's because feminist movement in its current form do not deserve any respect.

And how did you come to that conclusion your honor? Due to the pandering of overly exaggerated negative news surrounding them? That should kill the opportunity of general women to fight for their rightful rights?
 
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It's weird that they made this girl bustier, but this other girl (Ochako I think) is skinnier compared to the manga. Changes like this must be annoying for the manga readers, but I think calling this misogyny is highly exaggerated. This barely even counts as fanservice.
 
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Shoryuuken said:
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Maybe it's because feminist movement in its current form do not deserve any respect.

And how did you come to that conclusion your honor? Due to the pandering of overly exaggerated negative news surrounding them? That should kill the opportunity of general women to fight for their rightful rights?


What the f... you are taking about?! What kind of rights in 1st world countries women don't have, bit men do? Yeah, exactly. Movement that achieved it's goal should be disbanded, but feminism for some reason remained.
Maybe it doesn't deserve respect, because feminism turned entirely into anti-male ideology.
 
 
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Piromysl said:
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And how did you come to that conclusion your honor? Due to the pandering of overly exaggerated negative news surrounding them? That should kill the opportunity of general women to fight for their rightful rights?


What the f... you are taking about?! What kind of rights in 1st world countries women don't have, bit men do? Yeah, exactly. Movement that achieved it's goal should be disbanded, but feminism for some reason remained.
Maybe it doesn't deserve respect, because feminism turned entirely into anti-male ideology.

You're a male talking from the male perspective? How could you possibly relate and talk for women? That is EXACTLY the reason why they march!! It's YOUR (fragile) problem you feel that way and NOT the fault of feminism.
 
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Shoryuuken said:
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What the f... you are taking about?! What kind of rights in 1st world countries women don't have, bit men do? Yeah, exactly. Movement that achieved it's goal should be disbanded, but feminism for some reason remained.
Maybe it doesn't deserve respect, because feminism turned entirely into anti-male ideology.

You're a male talking from the male perspective? How could you possibly relate and talk for women? That is EXACTLY the reason why they march!! omg


Thank you for proving my point.
 
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You're a male talking from the male perspective? How could you possibly relate and talk for women? That is EXACTLY the reason why they march!! omg


Thank you for proving my point.

Your male superiority complex problem you mean? You're very welcome, women will continue to get their rights and I support it. Whether they're in your privileged judgmental mercy or not.
 
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Shoryuuken said:
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Thank you for proving my point.

Your male superiority complex problem you mean? You're very welcome, women will continue to get their rights and I support it. Whether they're in your privileged judgmental mercy or not.


Nowhere I claimed that I'm superior to you because I'm male, yet you displayed clear hostility towards me because I am male as well as considering fictional character being a little too busty as an important issue that needs to be addressed, which perfectly proves my point. Thank you.
 
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lmao why is this pathetic thread still going on

 
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Your male superiority complex problem you mean? You're very welcome, women will continue to get their rights and I support it. Whether they're in your privileged judgmental mercy or not.


This is a truly disturbing case that requires an emergency intervention from intersectional feminists. /s
 
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Oh, dis' gon' be good...
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You're very welcome, women will continue to get their rights and I support it. Whether they're in your privileged judgmental mercy or not.
Tell me dear, exactly what rights woman don't have right now in the US, compared to men?

add: okay, you are not from the states, my mistake. Let's include the whole "western world" then.
 
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Hello everyone, I would like to introduce @Kosmonaut, top-notch femcuckboy.

With your expertise of social political critque in art, is this this misogyny or not?

Topic: ''small boob in manga get big boob in anime''

We'll gladly await your answer!
 
Nov 16, 9:50 AM

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Thats funny. Her boobs are a bit bigger and everyone goes apeshit. But the other way around not a single soul cares. And what about Bubble girl? You can literally see her underboob and noone cares.
And what about all the ecchi animes, there it is ok all of a sudden?
The MHA fandom is full of bullshit


 
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Bigger boobs ≠ misogyny. What size her boobs are shouldn't even matter. Are they bigger in the anime than they are in the manga? Yes, but I really don't see why that's a problem.

If it's truly the case that they're trying to get more publicity and views by making the female characters overal more sexy and making breast bigger, then it's factual misogyny. It's literally objectifying female characters in media to the utmost degree to live up to the male fantasy, even if it really seems trivial to you.

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Lmao people are fucking retarded. I hope all of these snowflake feminists kill themselves

Not only do you disrespect the feminism movement, you're also applying validalism on them, calling people retarded makes you seem like the biggest possible hypocrite. People fight for reasons you may not understand, they don't ask for your support, but they also don't ask for this childish behaviour, because you're definitely a reason why they even march.

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Well, then we all know that it has to do with female objectification, in the manga and adaptation. (if you think logically that is) This discussion should be over by now.


Yeah man, continue caring about things that don't matter. I'm sure these lines on paper will be happy that you're fighting for them.
 
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Shoryuuken said:
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Bigger boobs ≠ misogyny. What size her boobs are shouldn't even matter. Are they bigger in the anime than they are in the manga? Yes, but I really don't see why that's a problem.

If it's truly the case that they're trying to get more publicity and views by making the female characters overal more sexy and making breast bigger, then it's factual misogyny. It's literally objectifying female characters in media to the utmost degree to live up to the male fantasy, even if it really seems trivial to you.

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Lmao people are fucking retarded. I hope all of these snowflake feminists kill themselves

Not only do you disrespect the feminism movement, you're also applying validalism on them, calling people retarded makes you seem like the biggest possible hypocrite. People fight for reasons you may not understand, they don't ask for your support, but they also don't ask for this childish behaviour, because you're definitely a reason why they even march.

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Well, then we all know that it has to do with female objectification, in the manga and adaptation. (if you think logically that is) This discussion should be over by now.



>Hurr people fight for a reason
>REEE HOW COME THIS JAPANESE CARTOON CHARACTER HAS BIGGER BOOBS IN THE ANIME THAN ORIGINAL SOURCE

such a noble, strong cause lmao
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>nippon

same country that sexualise children

>west (mainly US because that's what the word west refers to nowadays)

why is this character from MHA sexualised

me: something that doesn't add up...that's right, they don't care about the former! and are just here to whine about their favoritism
 
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@shadzzo

This conversation is over, I happen to not be 16 anymore. I can't work with these comments.
 
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Esquirtit said:
Hello everyone, I would like to introduce @Kosmonaut, top-notch femcuckboy.

With your expertise of social political critque in art, is this this misogyny or not?

Topic: ''small boob in manga get big boob in anime''

We'll gladly await your answer!
I mean, one must think what is the point in changing the source material. For example, manga is black and white, sometimes with no colored art anywhere, so when they adapt it, they might give characters different hair colors for identification purposes - this serves a functional objective. In the manga, an exchange may be an internal monologue; in the adaptation, they make it a dialogue - this also serves a functional objective.

What would be the motivation behind making a characters boobs bigger? Does it serve a functional purpose? What was the creative decision behind it? What did the studio hope to accomplish by that? One should question themselves these things when dissecting the situation. I never watched nor read My Hero Academia, but, from the info I have, it does seem sketchy, objectifying and fanservicey. Is it misogyny? I'd have to know how the character is handled and presented to tell.
 
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Kosmonaut said:
Esquirtit said:
Hello everyone, I would like to introduce @Kosmonaut, top-notch femcuckboy.

With your expertise of social political critque in art, is this this misogyny or not?

Topic: ''small boob in manga get big boob in anime''

We'll gladly await your answer!
I mean, one must think what is the point in changing the source material. For example, manga is black and white, sometimes with no colored art anywhere, so when they adapt it, they might give characters different hair colors for identification purposes - this serves a functional objective. In the manga, an exchange may be an internal monologue; in the adaptation, they make it a dialogue - this also serves a functional objective.

What would be the motivation behind making a characters boobs bigger? Does it serve a functional purpose? What was the creative decision behind it? What did the studio hope to accomplish by that? One should question themselves these things when dissecting the situation. I never watched nor read My Hero Academia, but, from the info I have, it does seem sketchy, objectifying and fanservicey. Is it misogyny? I'd have to know how the character is handled and presented to tell.



objectifying female heroines and fanservicising them helps the ''otaku'' to buy merch.

that's it
 
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This conversation is over, I happen to not be 16 anymore. I can't work with these comments.


Yeah good idea to run after realizing the thing you are trying to defend makes no sense kek
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Could be worst - in real life most of the girls in "Kandagawa Jet Girls" would have trouble walking around....

Dunno is it just an "Anime" thing to have overly-curvaceous women in skimpy outfits?

Make me average,bookworm & assassins pride aren't too busty at the moment

But it would be nice for a return to the large eyes, slightly busty Anime style with a little less fanservice.
 
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Kosmonaut said:
Esquirtit said:
Hello everyone, I would like to introduce @Kosmonaut, top-notch femcuckboy.

With your expertise of social political critque in art, is this this misogyny or not?

Topic: ''small boob in manga get big boob in anime''

We'll gladly await your answer!
I mean, one must think what is the point in changing the source material. For example, manga is black and white, sometimes with no colored art anywhere, so when they adapt it, they might give characters different hair colors for identification purposes - this serves a functional objective. In the manga, an exchange may be an internal monologue; in the adaptation, they make it a dialogue - this also serves a functional objective.

What would be the motivation behind making a characters boobs bigger? Does it serve a functional purpose? What was the creative decision behind it? What did the studio hope to accomplish by that? One should question themselves these things when dissecting the situation. I never watched nor read My Hero Academia, but, from the info I have, it does seem sketchy, objectifying and fanservicey. Is it misogyny? I'd have to know how the character is handled and presented to tell.


There doesn't need to be a reason. It literally doesn't matter AT ALL.
 
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I mean, one must think what is the point in changing the source material. For example, manga is black and white, sometimes with no colored art anywhere, so when they adapt it, they might give characters different hair colors for identification purposes - this serves a functional objective. In the manga, an exchange may be an internal monologue; in the adaptation, they make it a dialogue - this also serves a functional objective.

What would be the motivation behind making a characters boobs bigger? Does it serve a functional purpose? What was the creative decision behind it? What did the studio hope to accomplish by that? One should question themselves these things when dissecting the situation. I never watched nor read My Hero Academia, but, from the info I have, it does seem sketchy, objectifying and fanservicey. Is it misogyny? I'd have to know how the character is handled and presented to tell.


There doesn't need to be a reason. It literally doesn't matter AT ALL.
Actually, no, artistic intent does matter, it's a vital part of interpreting any work. The size of a character's breasts shouldn't matter by itself, only when paired with how such breast size is portrayed. In this instance, however, we're talking about an active decision on the artists' part to increase it, which means it had some intent behind it, therefore open to interpretation and criticism. Nothing is done without intent in art, because it is an active act, not a passive state. If it had no intent whatsoever, it wouldn't be there.
 
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Kosmonaut said:
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There doesn't need to be a reason. It literally doesn't matter AT ALL.
Actually, no, artistic intent does matter, it's a vital part of interpreting any work. The size of a character's breasts shouldn't matter by itself, only when paired with how such breast size is portrayed. In this instance, however, we're talking about an active decision on the artists' part to increase it, which means it had some intent behind it, therefore open to interpretation and criticism. Nothing is done without intent in art, because it is an active act, not a passive state. If it had no intent whatsoever, it wouldn't be there.


You people really love caring about nothing huh?
 
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they should care about japan being pedophillic and justifying it by saying no humans were in the process.

yet here we are, wasting time arguing over whether something should or shouldn't be
 
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Reminder girls with big breasts actually do not exist in real life (anyone who disagrees watches too much TV/has been conditioned by society to think otherwise), so depicting sizeable bossoms in any way is offensive.

While we're on the topic, I'm actually disgusted by how objectified characters like Kirishima are. Do you see how much chest and muscle he's showing in his outfit? The most recent episode literally gave such a huge focus on his chest that I felt uncomfortable just watching it. It's ridiculous that media portrays actual teenage boys as being buff chad-Gods and objectifies them as sexual figures under the female gaze. It would be much more realistic if there were some actually tubby characters that weren't treated as jokes, anime SHOULD solely be about depicting reality and I really do not appreciate seeing girls with breasts NOR do I appreciate seeing attractive males with god-like physiques on my television screen. It paints the worst picture for the young boys and girls that watch the show.
 
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TsukuyomiREKT said:
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Actually, no, artistic intent does matter, it's a vital part of interpreting any work. The size of a character's breasts shouldn't matter by itself, only when paired with how such breast size is portrayed. In this instance, however, we're talking about an active decision on the artists' part to increase it, which means it had some intent behind it, therefore open to interpretation and criticism. Nothing is done without intent in art, because it is an active act, not a passive state. If it had no intent whatsoever, it wouldn't be there.


You people really love caring about nothing huh?

It matters, you sayinf it doesn't matter doesn't stop many others to question this decision. It isn't difficult to understand when you look at things from the other perspective, that's it often with alot of movements. Talk with people, alot of different people and you'll learn that the world and human rights isn't that simple and will never be simple.
 
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Kosmonaut said:
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There doesn't need to be a reason. It literally doesn't matter AT ALL.
Actually, no, artistic intent does matter, it's a vital part of interpreting any work. The size of a character's breasts shouldn't matter by itself, only when paired with how such breast size is portrayed. In this instance, however, we're talking about an active decision on the artists' part to increase it, which means it had some intent behind it, therefore open to interpretation and criticism. Nothing is done without intent in art, because it is an active act, not a passive state. If it had no intent whatsoever, it wouldn't be there.


The more fat cells Momo got, more stronger she will get, so in the anime she literally got a buff in both appereance and power!
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It matters, you sayinf it doesn't matter doesn't stop many others to question this decision. It isn't difficult to understand when you look at things from the other perspective, that's it often with alot of movements. Talk with people, alot of different people and you'll learn that the world and human rights isn't that simple and will never be simple.
*cough* *cough*
I'm sorry, but what does "human rights" have to do with anything at all?
Also, I'm still waiting for an example of "rights", that woman in the west are missing.
 
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Shoryuuken said:
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You people really love caring about nothing huh?

It matters, you sayinf it doesn't matter doesn't stop many others to question this decision. It isn't difficult to understand when you look at things from the other perspective, that's it often with alot of movements. Talk with people, alot of different people and you'll learn that the world and human rights isn't that simple and will never be simple.


Bro, it's just the size of an anime girl's titties. It's not that serious.
 
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you disrespect the feminism movement


Maybe it's because feminist movement in its current form do not deserve any respect.


If you take a small minority of people and equate them to the whole feminist movement then you clearly don't understand what feminism actually is.
 
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Maybe it's because feminist movement in its current form do not deserve any respect.


If you take a small minority of people and equate them to the whole feminist movement then you clearly don't understand what feminism actually is.


Feminism is at its core, an anti-male ideology, so if you label yourself a feminist, you are part of the problem.
 
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If you take a small minority of people and equate them to the whole feminist movement then you clearly don't understand what feminism actually is.


Feminism is at its core, an anti-male ideology, so if you label yourself a feminist, you are part of the problem.


There have been a lot of dumb on this thread but this is perhaps the dumbest yet. Congrats.

Stop watching Sargon of Akkad and read a history book and perhaps you'll understand why there are feminists. The word has been dirtied by hyper reactionary neo-feminists on the internet but there's nothing "anti-male" about a movement for bringing equal rights to women. That is feminism at its core.

This whole thread is a waste of time.
 
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Feminism is at its core, an anti-male ideology, so if you label yourself a feminist, you are part of the problem.


There have been a lot of dumb on this thread but this is perhaps the dumbest yet. Congrats.

Stop watching Sargon of Akkad and read a history book and perhaps you'll understand why there are feminists. The word has been dirtied by hyper reactionary neo-feminists on the internet but there's nothing "anti-male" about a movement for bringing equal rights to women. That is feminism at its core.

This whole thread is a waste of time.


Unlike you, I can actually elaborate my cleim, which is backed up by statistics, articles, studies and observable reality and not to dismiss arguments of others just because it hurts my feelings. And I don't even watch Sargon.
 
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Piromysl said:
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There have been a lot of dumb on this thread but this is perhaps the dumbest yet. Congrats.

Stop watching Sargon of Akkad and read a history book and perhaps you'll understand why there are feminists. The word has been dirtied by hyper reactionary neo-feminists on the internet but there's nothing "anti-male" about a movement for bringing equal rights to women. That is feminism at its core.

This whole thread is a waste of time.


Unlike you, I can actually elaborate my cleim, which is backed up by statistics, articles, studies and Observable


You can back up claims of what exactly?
 
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It matters, you sayinf it doesn't matter doesn't stop many others to question this decision. It isn't difficult to understand when you look at things from the other perspective, that's it often with alot of movements. Talk with people, alot of different people and you'll learn that the world and human rights isn't that simple and will never be simple.
*cough* *cough*
I'm sorry, but what does "human rights" have to do with anything at all?
Also, I'm still waiting for an example of "rights", that woman in the west are missing.

Go talk to women and especially marginalized colored women in a white men made society.I'm not here for that discussion, as men we can't say they have all privilege and rights just like men. We can't relate with them, but we can in fact, do research and socialize with said group. They're recovering from a long era of being under the thumb of men, so give them space instead of stating they're equals.
 
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You can back up claims of what exactly?


Of feminism being entirely anti-male ideology.

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Go talk to women and especially marginalized colored women in a white men made society.


Excuse me, but if you are making a claim, it is up to you to deliver an evidence to it.
And "go look it up" is not an evidence. It just proves, that if you struggle find an example of at least one legal right, then you are most likely wrong.
 
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You can back up claims of what exactly?


Of feminism being entirely anti-male ideology.



Anti-male in the sense that the movement to improve women's social standing is an attack on men or anti-male in the sense that men suffer from it? Either way I doubt it.
 
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Anti-male in the sense that the movement to improve women's social standing is an attack on men or anti-male in the sense that men suffer from it? Either way I doubt it.
Yes, many see it this way, because of the means, by which the movement is proposing to achieve it's goal and, by some extent, the declared goal itself. The goal is equity, not equality and those two missing letters tell all the difference - without them you look only at the result and decide if it's just or unjust by result alone, disregarding the process. And I'm sorry, but the "hyper reactionary neo-feminists on the internet" are the feminists of the modern day. They took the title and the world now identifies the movement with them, it is too late to change that.

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I'm not here for that discussion, as men we can't say they have all privilege and rights just like men. We can't relate with them, but we can in fact, do research and socialize with said group. They're recovering from a long era of being under the thumb of men, so give them space instead of stating they're equals.
Meh, okay, it was a trap question after all, the one you can't answer without shattering your own arguments. I'm fine with that.
So, instead, may I ask you about "misogyny"? I'm really confused here, as English is not my first language, so I'm going with Google's definition and just don't get it.
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If it's truly the case that they're trying to get more publicity and views by making the female characters overal more sexy and making breast bigger, then it's factual misogyny. It's literally objectifying female characters in media to the utmost degree to live up to the male fantasy
Assuming they did exactly what you are saying, how it that a "misogyny", which is "dislike of, contempt for, or ingrained prejudice"? I can cave on the "objectification" claims (which are stupid, but for a whole different reasons), but misogyny? Really? I don't understand how it's applicable in this instance.
 
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Piromysl said:
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You can back up claims of what exactly?


Of feminism being entirely anti-male ideology.

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Go talk to women and especially marginalized colored women in a white men made society.


Excuse me, but if you are making a claim, it is up to you to deliver an evidence to it.
And "go look it up" is not an evidence. It just proves, that if you struggle find an example of at least one legal right, then you are most likely wrong.


Dude, feminist fight for equality between men and women. There is nothing sexist or "anti-men" about that. Get your head out of the gutter and stop spewing bullshit.

Oh and sense your so keen on evidence (even though you have provided no information besides your baseless, false claims), here is the literal definition of feminism: Belief in or advocacy of women's social, political, and economic rights, especially with regard to equality of the sexes.
 
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Of feminism being entirely anti-male ideology.



Excuse me, but if you are making a claim, it is up to you to deliver an evidence to it.
And "go look it up" is not an evidence. It just proves, that if you struggle find an example of at least one legal right, then you are most likely wrong.


Dude, feminist fight for equality between men and women. There is nothing sexist or "anti-men" about that. Get your head out of the gutter and stop spewing bullshit.

Oh and sense your so keen on evidence (even though you have provided no information besides your baseless, false claims), here is the literal definition of feminism: Belief in or advocacy of women's social, political, and economic rights, especially with regard to equality of the sexes.


Orly? Can you give me an example of what feminism did to help men? All I can come up with are examples of feminists advocating policies that directly harm men, shutting down MRAs conferences and downplaying their issues.
 
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Why do we care about some random opinion?

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Apparently MHA is now "problematic".


Nah, it's most likely just some trolls trying to trigger the fanboys.


Working well but then its easy to trigger people who get obsessed with sjw's
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I don't give a shit. I leave all the space of giving a shit to marginalized colored women who have been suffering under the thumbs of white men like Shoryuuken.
 
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good thing I can't be bothered to even care about what anyone has to say regarding a show I like, even if it was a 4 to 5/10 show that ppl are shitting on for all I care; what I like is what I like, period!
 
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People genuinely still believe that women don't have equal rights? My brain hurts....
 
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TBF overhaul is guilty of many things

also i don't think your suppose to like him.
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Those who undergo suffering and spread it to others. And those who undergo suffering and avoid giving it to others."
 
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ttcchen said:
8:02 is my response




TBF overhaul is guilty of many things

also i don't think your suppose to like him.
of course he is, he's the antagonist after all, but you still shouldn't wrongfully blame someone for things they never did. No matter how evil he is, it doesn't excuse you (and by 'you' i meant those problematic people who started pointing fingers) to pin nonexistent crimes and misdeeds and labels on them
 
Nov 22, 3:53 AM

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lmao why is this pathetic thread still going on
 
Nov 22, 10:50 PM
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TsukuyomiREKT said:
People genuinely still believe that women don't have equal rights? My brain hurts....


They don't in lots of places around the world. But keep living in your little bubble.
 
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Piromysl said:
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Dude, feminist fight for equality between men and women. There is nothing sexist or "anti-men" about that. Get your head out of the gutter and stop spewing bullshit.

Oh and sense your so keen on evidence (even though you have provided no information besides your baseless, false claims), here is the literal definition of feminism: Belief in or advocacy of women's social, political, and economic rights, especially with regard to equality of the sexes.


Orly? Can you give me an example of what feminism did to help men? All I can come up with are examples of feminists advocating policies that directly harm men, shutting down MRAs conferences and downplaying their issues.


Now you've totally moved the argument once presented with the literal definition of feminism and have tried to play the victim card. Go home buddy.
 
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