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Is Society Sexist? - Logic vs World

User: logicvsworld (posted by colourmeworldd)
Date: 2007-11-14 17:09
Subject: Is Society Sexist?
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dacnomaniac told me to join here after a post on a community, Freewriters. This topic just went like this:

I was discussing this in my English class yesterday. We were talking about how when a guy sleeps with a lot of girls, he's a "pimp," or just totally "cool." No one really says anything bad about him. But all the sudden, there's a girl who's slept with a lot of guys, or maybe even she slept with two or three guys, but that totally makes her a slut.

Is society sexist in believing men or the male species is better than the females?♥
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User: oceansofchaos
Date: 2007-11-15 17:20 (UTC)
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Girls that sleep around are immasculating to the male gender. It's a programmed male belief either by religion or their own mothers. So I'd say yeah. The female voice has been mute for eons.
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User: colourmeworldd
Date: 2007-11-15 22:14 (UTC)
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I totally agree! Thanks for the feedback! =]♥
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User: i_worry_toomuch
Date: 2007-12-07 07:44 (UTC)
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If a man has slept with such and such amount of men, it makes him a fag.

If a girl has slept with such and such amount of men in comparison to said 'fag,' it makes her normal.

What a wonderful world.

It's not just women who are descrimintated against; it's the whole lot of us. It just depends on the era. Pretty soon it'll be robots. Who knows.

Also, "Is society sexist in believing men or the male species is better than the females?♥" I would not base that question on the one exampl you gave, as it's a horribly biased view on an issue much larger than what you're presenting.

Are you trying to say that women are better than men simply because they aren't sluts for sleeping around? This confuses me
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