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I was going to fight feminism since it is just the legal and politically correct way to try and oppress men, but then I realized something. It’s just sexist, and misogynistic to voice my opinion as a man. The real feminists fought for equality, and that’s what they got. Its not a mans fault if a woman doesn’t succeed, or a woman plasters their body on a billboard, it’s theirs. They didn’t try hard enough to succeed, or since everyone has a price, they sold themselves out. You want to be equal, stop referring to the “situation” as women versus man, because that’s not the case, it’s human vs human and someone has to get last place. If you aren’t strong enough to achieve greatness, you don’t deserve it. You want equality, and so does 99% of men out there, but I can tell you one thing, forcing someone to back off or not try as hard so that you can win/succeed doesn’t make you equal, that makes you weak. 51% of the american population are women, this means one of 2 things, either women (real ones, the ones who know they are equal, the strong women) are voting and liking the same things as men, or they aren’t speaking out. This in mind should you not stop fighting to have men back down, and push others along, but rather to get women to speak up and fight for what they like? After all, they have the right to do so. If a man and a woman run for president and the man wins, it’s not because we are oppressing women, it’s because they had shit ideas. again, 51% are women and both sexes are equal, so if men are running the world and making all the decisions, it’s because women are letting them. Don’t blame a man for a billboard with a nude woman, blame the woman for being a sellout. Or you could just not be a cunt and accept that it was her decision, she made, as a free, independent equal, beautiful, woman. I can’t think of anyone who would say “ugh look at that i’m in another ad, how demeaning”.
this is the shittiest monologue but it sort of makes a point. I cold do better in conversation.
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