View Poll Results: Overall, was feminism bad for America?

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  • Yes, it was bad for America

    48 41.03%
  • No, it was good for America

    51 43.59%
  • A little bad and a little good. Overall it was neutral

    4 3.42%
  • A little bad and a little good. It changed a lot but not one way or the other.

    10 8.55%
  • Other...

    6 5.13%
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    Re: Overall, was feminism bad for America?

    Quote Originally Posted by bicycleman View Post
    Feminism? Hah! This one is just another socialist bowel movement.

    Where were all these feminists when Bill Clinton was busy violating Monica Lewinsky?
    What violation happened?
    She wanted dick
    He wanted pussy
    Whether the dick and pussy were had is unbeknown to us - but a good time was, we know that at the least.

    Why do you assume that a good time between two people is against feminism? Feminism, if anything, would encourage women to be more open to 'seeing' more men rather than tying their selves into a marriage.

    So - in your beef, here, through your eyes - Lewinsky embodies feminism by putting her wants and desires ahead of someone else's issues (meaning - the Clinton's marriage) and Hillery stands against feminism by staying with a man who couldn't be faithful and failed to adhere to the promise he made when they wed. . . and by continuing to do so eventhough they have a fractured and thin-veiled marriage even now.

    Now - cheating and being scandalous and unfaithful has been a human+marriage issue since the dawn of time - before the notion of feminism even became a thing to dream of. So why you're having issues with Monica giving a little head now and then is beyond me.
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    Re: Overall, was feminism bad for America?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    Agreed.


    Ironically, in order to show my love and affection to my wife, I overlooked my own distaste for the ritual (which she was and is well aware of) and still engaged in it (no pun intended) when I asked her to marry me.

    What was cool about it, and one of the reasons I truly love my wife, is that she "reciprocated" the act a few weeks later asking me to marry her and her "bribe" was a hi-def big screen TV (something she knew I wouldn't buy for myself but wanted) which she had delivered while I was at work. I walked in and she was down on one knee (begging) with the remote in her hand (bribing).

    To her, my will to conform to the conventions I despise was a sign of my love for her, and for me, her will to break from convention and do something somewhat novel was a sign of her love for me.
    That is pretty cool. Sounds like a match made in heaven.
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    Re: Overall, was feminism bad for America?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    Agreed.


    Ironically, in order to show my love and affection to my wife, I overlooked my own distaste for the ritual (which she was and is well aware of) and still engaged in it (no pun intended) when I asked her to marry me.

    What was cool about it, and one of the reasons I truly love my wife, is that she "reciprocated" the act a few weeks later asking me to marry her and her "bribe" was a hi-def big screen TV (something she knew I wouldn't buy for myself but wanted) which she had delivered while I was at work. I walked in and she was down on one knee (begging) with the remote in her hand (bribing).

    To her, my will to conform to the conventions I despise was a sign of my love for her, and for me, her will to break from convention and do something somewhat novel was a sign of her love for me.
    I couldn't wear my wedding ring for a while (the finish wore off, leaving me exposed to the nickel-infused alloy, which I'm allergic to) - it was a while before my husband could buy me a new ring.

    So, for a while I had no ring on (this was before I put on some weight, btw, I guess I wasn't too much of an ugly duckling) and guys would hit on me all the time thinking I was single. It was annoying as hell most of the time and other times it was downright creepy.

    So I bought a cheapo plastic ring and wore it until he bought me another one - better than nothing. I will never go without my wedding ring, ever - I don't feel like batting horny dicks off like they're moths to a flame.

    For some people it's a necessity to show marital status.
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    Re: Overall, was feminism bad for America?

    I think mood rings would actually be ideal. Just think: You'd know, at a glance, if you should be in another room and avoiding them entirely.

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    Re: Overall, was feminism bad for America?

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    I think mood rings would actually be ideal. Just think: You'd know, at a glance, if you should be in another room and avoiding them entirely.
    I can tell I need to run without seeing any mood rings. All I need to do is think back to whether or not I had actually said anything recently. If yes, I must take flight.
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    Re: Overall, was feminism bad for America?

    Most Wimen, would prefer their "Man Child" where their ring in their nose.
    "Don't be particular bout nothin, but the company you keep"

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    Re: Overall, was feminism bad for America?

    Quote Originally Posted by Skateguy View Post
    Most Wimen, would prefer their "Man Child" where their ring in their nose.
    In your case, we'd like to pierce your tongue and chain it to your tonsil. It would have immediate positive results.

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    Re: Overall, was feminism bad for America?

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    In your case, we'd like to pierce your tongue and chain it to your tonsil. It would have immediate positive results.
    I feel your frustration, but this will never happen. I am wise to your ploy.
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    Re: Overall, was feminism bad for America?

    Quote Originally Posted by Skateguy View Post
    I feel your frustration, but this will never happen. I am wise to your ploy.
    Please. All it would take is a single pic of my perfect breasts, and you'd be putty.

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    Re: Overall, was feminism bad for America?

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    Please. All it would take is a single pic of my perfect breasts, and you'd be putty.
    He does like chicken.
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