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Reddit | Gender Equality by /u/oliversmith088 - 5M ago
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I know I might sound a bit wierd but this question troubles me at times. So my question is why are certain words considered to be disregarding for girls but it is fine if it is used for a boy ? For example if a girl is said to be characterless it means that she just goes around fucking everyone but if the same word is told to a boy, then it's absolutely fine. For a boy it should just mean that he has no character or in simple terms he has no personality. This kind of gender word discrimination is frequently observed in India and I want an answer from Indians as to why they have created such a line between males and females when both of them are considered to be equally important. Please correct me if I am wrong

PS: Girls and boys out there please don't take it personally. It's just a question I wanted to ask because I have seen it happen a lot

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If you ask me (and no offense) I don't believe in gender equality, hear me out. Girls and guys are different right? Mentally, physically and spiritually. And they should be treated as such. If you treat your average female like your average male problems occur. Your average male, can he give birth? Can he feed a child? Does he have the maternal awareness and sensibility? No. Your average female, does she have the endurance to work all day lifting crates? Shoveling dirt? Moving things? No. I'm saying all this is as a generalization. Obviously there are some women that are very strong and capable but you can't count on that. Obviously we all need to give the same amount of respect because we both give very much to society. WE ARE DIFFERENT, TREAT US DIFFERENTLY. You can't expect your average woman to work 10 hours pouring concrete or lifting crates. But you also can't expect your average man to care for a child, decorate, or fucking give birth can you? That's my stance. Again, I don't mean to offend anyone.

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Reddit | Gender Equality by /u/kakarotwragg89 - 8M ago

Okay i have been on a few dates lately and two of them with feminist woman and they both expected me to pay for the date so my question is.

how can you be a feminist and expect the man to pay is that equal rights because it don't sound it to me?

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