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    Are women with a liberal entitlement attitude referred to as Karens in the U.S.?

    Is that the name they are given?

    Where did this name come from?

    8 AnswersGender & Women's Studies17 hours ago
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    Why does my dog dislike men ?

    He is always happy and friendly with females but with men he is the complete opposite, he barks and growls at them. Whenever a male enters our house or male stranger walks past us on the streets or when a random or familiar man approaches me anywhere he starts growling or barking at them. I don’t know why he is like this, we haven’t trained him to be that way. We adopted him when he was 2 years old and don’t know anything about his past. Could he simply be intimidated by men or is he trying acting alpha towards them? He is also the same with dogs. With female dogs he is all happy and playful but with male dogs he is aggressive and even fought and bit one male dog. Maybe my doggy suffers from insecurities and little man syndrome, after all he is a small doggy lol. 

    4 AnswersGender & Women's Studies8 hours ago
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    Should men receive equal rights?

    Or is best we continue to advantage women?

    8 AnswersGender & Women's Studies2 days ago
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    Why do women initiate more domestic violence than men?

    Don’t they understand men are stronger and that women are therefore likely to come out on the worst side of any fight they start?

    https://aliesq.medium.com/extensive-research-women...

    13 AnswersGender & Women's Studies3 days ago
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    Why in England and Wales misogyny is a hate crime but not misandry ?

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    "Why in England and Wales misogyny is a hate crime but not misandry ?"

    Because enough people in positions of power, along with enough vocal public supporters are in agreement with that gynocentric double standard to the point where they want to codify that into law.  Imagine that??

    It would be like some politicians and enough public supporting laws that would make Black people sit at the back of the bus, or drink from different water fountains by law.  So we are going backwards socially more than half a century now with these "progressive" ideas.  We are heading into a new Jim Crow era, with men as the victims, right  before our very eyes.  And too many people are just fine with this under some very strange feminist ideas.  It doesn't have to be this way.

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    10 AnswersGender & Women's Studies4 days ago
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    Where all the nice guys?

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    They died out because women are only interested in bad guys. 

    30 AnswersGender & Women's Studies5 days ago
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    Do women get knocked out more easily than men?

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    Thankfully we now have laws to protect women from violent thugs that go round punching people.  If you want to legally punch people, join a Boxing Club, otherwise get ready to be humiliated by the Police and get ready for a Prison sentence.

    6 AnswersGender & Women's Studies3 days ago
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    Why do people look to argue over insignificant things?

    For example, I was at work (I'm a janitor) and some guy came up to me and starting yelling at me because there was a rock on the carpet in the building, saying I'm a piece of shyt for not cleaning up the rock as a janitor and starting cursing at me and pushing me and threatened to stab me. The rock was the size of a penny.

    11 AnswersPsychology3 days ago
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    Why are bathrooms still segregated based on gender?

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    That’s a thing of the past.  Biden signed an executive order allowing men to legally enter women’s restrooms and locker rooms (and vice versa).   I knew voting for Biden would pay off! 

    20 AnswersGender & Women's Studies4 days ago
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    So what do you think about Utah forcing biological fathers to pay half of pregnancy costs?

    Keep in mind that the governor is a man. Yup, another man in government that stepped all over the rights of his fellow men. Men that do this kind of sh*it should be castrated and forced to eat their own balls. 

    Really, how about the state violating the property rights of men and pandering to women. 

    Also, keep in mind that male governor is pro-life and yet anti-property rights of men. Go figure. 

    All the while this is going on male rights group are demanding an opt out of child support. Yup, men continue to get ignored and stepped on. 

    12 AnswersGender & Women's Studies2 days ago
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    What is a real man?

    Is it someone who can fight and protect himself

    15 AnswersPsychology4 days ago
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    Did you know that child support does not change male behavior?

    In fact, it enables bad behavior by giving women the means to pay for child born out of stable relationships. The same will be true if the nation decides to follow the lead of Utah by forcing men to pay for pregnancy costs. Robbing young men of their money does not change male behavior, but it does lead to a lot of men being thrown in prison for refusing to play along. 

    A lot of people argue that forcing men to be responsible for children will cause them to rethink things, but child support has been on the books since the 16th century and it has never managed to do this. More than four hundred years of the same policy and more than four hundred years of accomplishing nothing towards resolving the problem. 

    9 AnswersGender & Women's Studies1 day ago
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    The police officer who shot Dante Wright was a woman. Was she an affirmative action hire to fill female quotas in her department?

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    "The police officer who shot Dante Wright was a woman. Was she an affirmative action hire to fill female quotas in her department?"

    I hope not.  What the shooting does do is have the community up in arms over systemic sexism in the police department where almost every person shot by police is a male.   Or does it??

    Here's the truth.  We can all view the footage on this one to see that "systemic racism" had nothing to do with this unfortunate incident.  There was no racism involved.  But that never stops those that have an agenda to push where "systemic racism" _has to_ be the reason for any officer shooting a black person.  And it probably isn't going to stop any resulting riot and looting based on that same excuse.  But just like it would be ridiculous to claim "systemic sexism" for all the male shootings by female police officers, the claim of "systemic racism" for every single shooting of a black male ... regardless of the actual circumstances, is also ridiculous.  And worse, it is divisive to society.

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    7 AnswersGender & Women's Studies15 hours ago
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    Can the work-from-home culture that corona has encouraged a boon for women?

    Working women are doubly taxed with responsibilities at home and office. Sharing her workload by other members of the family, is the solution that comes to mind. How feasible is that?

    Could the WTH (work from home) culture that corona has brought in be an advantage to working women? They can

    balance their time better between home and office affairs.

    7 AnswersGender & Women's Studies15 hours ago
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    Why is Tik Tok , Fakebook taking away mens sights that speak out against womens superior feelings ?

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    "Why is Tik Tok , Fakebook taking away mens sights that speak out against womens superior feelings ?"

    Clearly we need a whole separate set of social media sites that will be biased in opposition to the current group that have decided to take a side, and alienate half of their current (and future) users.

    There is now a vacuum for conservative social media.  For sites that promote men and men's issues.  For White people to feel good about their race.  For Christians, and patriots and straight "cis" gendered people to all feel good as well.  These new sites can then freely discriminate against women's issues, black and minority users and their issues, the glbt agenda and globalists and Leftists as well.  And that's when you'll see a lot of lawsuits come up.  But hey ....the are private companies, and so that'll be just fine.  Right?

    The future is divisive.  We are being divided up into two camps through our various identities.  The establishment wins this way, and useful idiot Leftists seem to agree with them while they are (currently) promoting their issues.  No doubt they will just as easily flip-flop when there is more to be gained by doing so.  We, the common people, are being played.

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    6 AnswersGender & Women's Studies4 days ago
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