A video made by a young feminist- comments and ratings enabled. 3 likes and 400 dislikes.
Also her YouTube profile picture is a uterus.
Hold on hold on. Think about this for just a second. If women want to be just as equal as men, then why cant men hit them without a problem, or why cant a guy not get a dirty look when he doesn't hold a door for a woman, or why cant women not judge men for everything they do because they are a "man". If a man can lift more and work in a construction job, a woman cant do that job because she can't lift those cement blocks or something. That example I just gave is saying that men and women aren't equal, and they never will be, because men are built and think differently than women.
For ever, since the world began, men have been the leaders and the protectors. Thats just who they are, its not supposed to be offensive to women. Some women who are current-world thinkers just think that way because they want to be their own person, more respect to them for doing that. But when you get back to it, the points I gave in the beginning of this lecture prove that they will never be equal, but that doesn't mean a man cant give his utmost respect towards women, because they are women.
>Fair warning, the idiots over at 9gag are raiding this video with sexist comments because the immature shits think it is funny.?
I think it's their own guilt which they project onto others. She was lucky enough to have been born in a household where she did not have to work for anything her whole life. She was her dad's princess and chose some bullshit 'gender studies' as her degree. She had everything handed to her and she subconsciously feels guilty for it. She needs to 'justify' all this by proving to herself she has been oppressed.
>Oh look, Anon said beautiful, I must obviously attempt to trigger a nerve by greentexting 'beautiful' and imply she isn't attractive whatsoever to assert my jealous femininity because I can never get pussy in my life and thus I sit here with a stale smirk in some hopes I can get a good reaction.
Well done Anon.
Don't blame them, they're oppressed you see and it is obviously the masculinity problem. They must recruit some manginas and white knights in order to achieve success.
>They rely on men and are in denial
Nope. If you look through her tumblrs and tweets you can see actually believes this. Sad really.
"For whatever reason, people really struggle with bisexuality being a thing. Unless you drop it into every conversation—“As a bisexual woman, I wish it would stop snowing.”“I’m feeling really overwhelmed and bisexual with all these work deadlines”—they will assume, ignore, and forget."
Are you a fucking idiot? Learn how to resize a pic of an ugly girl down to a jpg?
Implying people on /b/ have standards
"A note on privilege: Kate is a white, cisgendered woman who grew up in a middle class family. She tries to acknowledge this privilege and the perspective it has given her at all times, however, she is a human being and slips up every now and then. When she makes such a mistake, she encourages others to inform her of her errors and provide appropriate insight. She will do her best to make the correct apologies and corrections, and to learn from the mistake. "