RE: Numbers (was:Re: Osborne response - Cyberfeminism)


Subject: RE: Numbers (was:Re: Osborne response - Cyberfeminism)
From: Eldad Tsabary (eldadsabari@hotmail.com)
Date: Wed Jan 12 2005 - 19:20:58 EST


Hmmm, so what are you saying Miriam?

Where exactly is the point where the balance shifts a bit too much in
your opinion towards feminism and men's losing their identity - what
exactly is that identity? Does it involve power over women?

Eldad Tsabary

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Subject: Re: Numbers (was:Re: Osborne response - Cyberfeminism)

come on.... can't you even see the rampant feminism that is now so
in-bred into a teenage girl - the very same feminism that has caused men

to reply with a reluctance to form more than tenuous, temporary
relationships?...

and thats just the tip of the iceberg. if you're all for it... well, go
on, lose your manhood, your uniqueness as a man, and any equality you
might wish for - be subdued by the domineering Feminist, the same way
every other man seems to have jumped - or been pulled - onto the same
bandwagon. feminism is just as chauvinistic as the situation the
suffragettes originally fought against - but they knew when to stop, at
equal rights in casting a vote, not in dragging a noose around a man's
neck.

it's called PC thesedays. not politically correct to object to feminism,

is it?

but don't complain when you discover that the wool has been pulled over
your eyes...

enough of this topic... let the blind lead the blind...

mC~

J. Simon van der Walt wrote:

>>but don't you think that the bitterness of feminism is twice as bad?
>>
>>
>
>No. Well, that is, I've never seen the 'bitterness' of feminism. Not in
the
>seventies - when I was *heavily* involved in this area, hanging around
with
>castrate-all-rapist radical revolutionary feminists and going to Men
Against
>Sexism groups - the women I knew then were passionate and crazy, not
bitter.
>And I don't see any feminism around *at all* these days; we're all
>post-feminists now, aren't we?
>
>
>
>>its a sad sight to see a
>>man subdued into a woman's slave...
>>
>>
>
>It's not about a man and a woman, it's about the socially constructed
ideas
>of 'man' and 'woman', surely?
>
>
>
>

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