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originally posted by: JohnthePhilistine
originally posted by: aorAki
a reply to: ketsuko
If that occurred, then I would engage in some constructive dialogue to get to the heart of the matter.
Can you give an example of what you are talking about? Is that something you reserve for others, 'cause I've never seen you doing that on ATS.
originally posted by: DOCHOLIDAZE1
a reply to: reldra
yeah to bad the term and descriptions was only created to break us apart,
originally posted by: Morrad
a reply to: everyone
Now i myself have not seen milo say this myself
There you go.
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With that being said, it’s frightening to see the beliefs that people such as Yiannopoulos and Bindel are instilling into young minds, and even more frightening to see that it is because of people like them that men fear the word “feminism.” Feminism is not what either of them aspire for it to be. There is no give-and-take mechanism involved in the treatment of men and women. It is an insult to say that one gender is not entitled to the respect it deserves, or to say that that one gender can only be given its due respect by demeaning another.
originally posted by: InTheLight
a reply to: ketsuko
I don't see it that way. Intersect, to me, means common issues that meet at an intersection. A meeting of the minds, if you will, to the systematic injustices and discriminatory practices which permeate every level of society, no matter your orientation.
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: InTheLight
That didn't say anything I haven't said or anyone else hasn't said.
It tears people apart rather than encouraging them to come together.
Let's look at ways to figure out how we are different and make a problem out of it rather than look at ways in which we are the same and find common ground and build from there. This, to me, is intersectionalism.
to the systematic injustices and discriminatory practices which permeate every level of society, no matter your orientation.
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