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Do you support the feminist movement?

  • Best Answer

    No I do not. Modern feminists are whiny and no better than the men they hate or the men of older generations who were mysoginistic. 

    Anonymous 2 weeks ago 1 0
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  • No I do not. Modern feminists are whiny and no better than the men they hate or the men of older generations who were mysoginistic. 

    Anonymous 2 weeks ago 1 0
  •  Yes.

    Females constitute 50 % of population ....

    Nitin 2 weeks ago 1 2
  • NO FEMINIASTS SUCKS

    Anonymous 2 weeks ago 1 0
  • No.  Under the U.S. Constitution - ALL Americans have the same Freedoms and Rights.  The feminists are just delusional morons.

    L 2 weeks ago 5 1
  • Yes I am a feminist, no I don’t hate men, I want to be treated as EQUAL to men. I am by no means saying that I want men to bow down before me. I want to be viewed as just as good as a man not less. Here’s an example: if your boss is a woman and doesn’t laugh at things you think are funny she has a stick up her a!s, if a man does the same thing he is just professional or serious. 

    abby 2 weeks ago 2 10
  • Absolutely not.

    🌸𝓗𝓪𝓷𝓪 𝓐𝓻𝓬𝓱𝓪𝓷𝓰𝓮𝓵🌸 2 weeks ago 9 3
  • No. In the US women already have rights. As for other countries I couldn't speak for them b/c idk what it's like over there & what rights they have vs dont have. A feminist over there could be different for all I know, (but i doubt it). I can only speak on behalf of an American feminist movement and I assure you its garbage. Just a bunch of man haters whining who need to grow tf up. 

    My rights don't end where their feelings begin. 

    Anonymous 3 weeks ago 10 1
  • Obviously. Why on Earth wouldn't I want people to be treated fairly?

    nineteenthly 3 weeks ago 5 13
  • I support increasing equal opportunity to the sexes.

    To the degree that feminism supports that, yeah, I support them.

    Trouble is, these days, feminism seems be aimed at improving things for women REGARDLESS of what that means to men (good, bad, indifferent).  That is, feminism has become advocacy for women, not advocacy for fairness.

    And no, I don't agree with that.

    Elana 3 weeks ago 8 2
  • Been a True Feminist since 1975

    Jesere 3 weeks ago 4 11
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