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    Feminism - giving women special privileges

    Here's the thing about feminism. It was a fight for women's rights, but women have now and have always had the same rights as men. What women were really fighting for were special privileges, which they got.

    The backbone of the civil rights movement is the fact that people do not know the difference between right and wrong. Right is not determined by feelings or emotions, since everyone feels differently about things.

    If a private business owner doesn't want to hire women, or pays women less then that's his 'right', because he owns the business. Women do not have, have never had the right to force him to hire them and force them (here's where the gov't comes in. All they know is force) to pay them what they want. The feminist movement successfully politicized their issue and so now businesses make decisions they wouldn't otherwise make for fear of legal penalty.

    Just because it's the law, doesn't mean it's right.


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    I think it is the same principle of government force that applies to handicapped people. Businesses are forced to make their doors accessible, provide special parking places, and even remodel their workstations or assembly lines in order to accommodate handicapped people.

    In the same way that businesses are forced to accommodate women, the government is negating what it claims is its intent to secure equal rights for everyone by forcing certain segments of the population into a 'protected' or special status that is different from the rest of society, making them unequal be definition.

    Such is the backward thinking of the bureaucratic machine....

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    Quote Originally Posted by eesquared View Post
    I think it is the same principle of government force that applies to handicapped people. Businesses are forced to make their doors accessible, provide special parking places, and even remodel their workstations or assembly lines in order to accommodate handicapped people.

    In the same way that businesses are forced to accommodate women, the government is negating what it claims is its intent to secure equal rights for everyone by forcing certain segments of the population into a 'protected' or special status that is different from the rest of society, making them unequal be definition.

    Such is the backward thinking of the bureaucratic machine....
    Couldn't agree more.

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