Feminism, ce altceva?!


#1

Sfanta ipocrizie :rage: :rage:
Mi-as dori sa citesc si despre aceasta situatie, editoriale revoltate pe The Guardian, scrise de feministe furioase. Unde sunt?!
Ahh daa, am uitat: penita feminista functioneaza doar daca e vreun barbat alb la mijloc si daca ne batem pentru chestiuni usurele si total neimportante pentru ce inseamna cu adevarat lupta pentru femei! :rage:
Mai nou wolf whistling-ul si misoginismul sunt “hate crime” aici. Dar asta e cu adevarat important si nu faptul ca o femeie poate face puscarie pentru orice rahat, inclusiv occidentala sau atee, sau crestina fiind :rage:

Daca ai veni cu aceeasi retorica ca cea de mai jos, de a respecta si pune in practica diferentele culturale, in tara in care te duci, ai avea imediat o armata de principiali pe cap: rasism, hate crime etc.
Aici cand s-a auzit niste cazuri de coporatiste carora li s-a spus ca job-ul nu prea merge cu voalul de sus pana jos, au facut ulcer astia prin presa. Cum?!?! Obligam oamenii sa renunte la portul lor pentru ca nu e bine pentru dress business code?!
Ahh, acum insa acelasi principiu e uitat. E ok sa ti se impuna aberatii.

"Nigel Short, the British former world title contender, said: "There are people from all sorts of backgrounds going to this, there will be atheists, Christians, all sorts of people.
“If you are deeply Christian why would you want to wear a symbol of Islamic oppression of women?”

Susan Polgar, the Hungarian-born American Grandmaster and chair of Fide’s Commission for Women’s Chess, responded by defending the federation and saying women should respect “cultural differences”.
She said: "I have travelled to nearly 60 countries. When I visited different places with different cultures, I like to show my respect by dressing up in their traditional style of clothing. No one asked me to do it. I just do it out of respect.

“I personally would have no issues with wearing a head scarf (hijab) as long as it is the same to all players. I believe the organisers provided beautiful choices for past participants of Women’s Grand Prix.”


#2

Filmuletul asta cu Emily Hill ar trebui sa devina manifestul feminismului.


#3

“Ne place sau nu, fundamentalismul religios e pe cale sa vina peste noi si din cu totul si cu totul alta parte decat ne asteptam. Milioane si milioane de oameni, deranjati probabil de ceea ce li se intampla in lumea reala, incep sa creada ca da, inchizitia poate era o solutie si ca pe vremuri se respectau regulile, nu ca acum. Asa ca isi vor dori sa se intoarca la ordine si disciplina. Si la lucruri simple si pe care sa le inteleaga.”

Fix la chestia asta ma gandeam aseara, in contextul problemelor din Polonia. Si mie mi se pare ca ne indreptam spre un ev mediu in gandire, extrem de periculos.
Iar acest fundamentalism crestin vine intr-o vreme in care mai avem si islamismul calare pe un cal alb.
Si, binenteles, incep si crestinii sa puna la punct tot femeile.


#4

Misto articol :wink:


#5

Saudi Arabia is an incredibly private, patriarchal society. While I was making the film, many women were afraid to share their stories for fear of backlash from the male relatives who oversee all aspects of their lives as so-called guardians. We wanted to hear more about their fears, their frustrations, their ambitions.

Saudi Arabia has one of the world’s highest rates of Twitter use, and our posts rocketed around. We were overwhelmed by the outpouring.

Most of the responses focused on frustration over guardianship rules that force women to get permission from a male relative — a husband, father, brother or even son — to do things like attend college, travel abroad, marry the partner of their choice or seek medical attention. Some women talked about the pride they had in their culture and expressed great distrust of outsiders. But many of them shared a deep desire for change and echoed Juju19’s hopelessness.

Ti se ridica parul pe tine cand citesti prin ce trec aceste femei.


#6

Holy fuck!!

Well, actually, it’s not all men who do it, of course, but a certain kind of man. You know him: He is probably getting ready to mansplain this article to you.

“Our intention has never been to point fingers or blame all men, our intention has simply been to spark an interest and start a debate at our work places and in society,” Ms. Zetterström said

Asta nu mai este sexism?! Femeile nu au atitudini condescendente?! Si iete ca io-s femeie si as da cu articolul asta de tot peretii.
In ritmul asta, vor distruge orice a facut bun feminismul. Inca putin si vom avea nevoie de insotitori ai statului cand mergem pe strada. Pentru ca da, suntem atat de delicate ca femei incat avem nevoie de interventia autoritatilor pentru orice stranut la care un barbat nu ne-a zis “noroc”.


#7

De necrezut ca in ziua de azi mai exista asa conceptii.
Desteptul si frumosul de el :joy:


#8

Aoleuuu, daaa…l-am vazut pe dobitoc! Ce trebuie sa ai in creieras sa mai tii si in ditai parlamentul astfel de discursuri?! :anguished:


#9

https://www.unwatch.org/no-joke-u-n-elects-saudi-arabia-womens-rights-commission/

Mi se pare firesc…Arabia Saudita - drepturile femeilor…same shit! :worried:


#10

Ceeee? :astonished: Sa te caci si in el de UN! :rage:


#11

Da mai, mi-au facut ochii ca la melc in cap, cand am citit aberatia asta! Arabia Saudita - Drepturile femeii!!! Baba si costumul sado-maso! Cam asa.

Hainele imparatului…fix asa mi se pare ca au ajuns majoritatea acestor mari organizatii :disappointed:


#12

Asa DA:

https://digitalagencynetwork.com/doves-incredible-new-pr-campaign-aims-to-change-womens-image-in-media/


#13

Respect, niste oameni destepti care au realizat ceva destept! :heartbeat:


#14

Aici apare filmul asta saptamana viitoare:

Si mi se pare important ce ne spune, corpul e pana la urma un instrument si nu un accesoriu. Trebuie sa avem grija de el ca nah, trebuie sa functioneze, dar la un om chiar ca sunt alte 1000 lucruri mai importante decat cum arata.


#15

Sa imi explice cineva, ca io-s mai grea de cap, cum dracu imi protejeaza astia mie drepturile de femeie?!?!


#16

In primul rand mor de ras de poza cenzurata :joy:
Iar despre lucrul major, ce sa mai vorbim, iti sta mintea-n loc!


#17

http://www.manrepeller.com/2017/06/women-on-aging.html

Nu am apucat sa il citesc pe tot. Il las aici pentru mai tarziu.
Pare insa fff misto :wink:

I’d advise people to stay young. In mind, I mean. Don’t think old. Hang out with the young people, hang out with new people! I see some people hanging around the same couples for years. I can’t imagine going out to the same dinner with the same batch of people every week. I mean, what are you going to talk about? Anything interesting?
And stop worrying so much. As long as you have enough money to pay your rent and buy food, don’t worry about anything. I have some young friends that work 14-hour days. Working too much is really the wrong way to do it. What is success? Financial success? Does that mean that you have to have a million dollars in your bank by the time you’re 30? I don’t think that’s necessary. Don’t do it. There’s a balance of being comfortable, of having enough money to live on and then just having a good time. You’ve got to balance. You’ve got to find time to play. You gotta have a little life, a little fun. Find your soul.


#18

Misto si adevarat! :heart:


#19

Now that’s my girl :smiley: :smiley: :smiley: Asa ne place, independenta domne :smiley:


#20

http://adevarul.ro/news/societate/de-e-romania-asa-1_59834db95ab6550cb8b7daf6/index.html