Originally Posted by WhovianYour argument seems to center around our gender. If we are not women, then we do not have the right to sall any woman a woman hater... regardless of what we see, hear, read, witness, etc.Do men want to hear women lecture them on what "being a real man" means? No... and if they do, then there is an issue. I don't want to see Conservative men use Palin like she is some kind of victim of sexism everything she gets criticized, and criticized by other women. You guys aren't women, have never been women, don't think or act like women, so unless you are a feminist or concerned with all forms of sexism, you are no damn position to judge our views as women and call any of us woman haters.
Seems pretty sexist.
I just did a quick GOOGLE search on 'women who hate sarah palin'.
The first 10 or so pieces I looked at, were all written by women.
Since I agree with what was in those pieces, does that make me an opportunist if I say so? Or, do I simply have no right to express that opinion because I have testicles?
Men can be feminist... but I wouldn't be surprised if you didn't understand what male feminism is.
If a man is a feminist or is concerned with sexism in all areas, then he is fair to judge a woman of sexism and men of sexism (because sexism is about gender equality). If a man is not concerned with sexism as a whole or only concerned when it suits him (political reasons), then he shouldn't be taken seriously when he calls a woman a woman hater.