Gob Hobblin wrote:
nostalgic, you have a bunch of feminists telling you what feminism is. And you are telling us that it is not the thing that we are telling you. The absurdity of this is astounding.
And what is this?
You've contradicted yourself in the same paragraph.
No, I haven't. Situations where men are underpowered
aren't addressed in feminism. The problem is that you're so brainwashed by this "feminism means gender equality" that can't even understand what I just wrote. If men's issues were really
addressed in feminism, than such bizarre things as masculinism wouldn't exist in the first place.
You say that my definition is too limited, ok. So if feminism is about gender equality, why do we this atrocity as feminism:
Radical feminism is a perspective within feminism that calls for a radical reordering of society in which male supremacy is eliminated in all social and economic contexts.
Indeed, this is truly gender equality, and wonderful for men. Thank you all for enlightening me.
The only, only
definition that can hold all this feminist insanity together (all these movements and still be called feminism), is "empowering women against patriarchy". Period. And we don't have that in Evangelion.