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Anonymous asked: Actually, as a feminist, I will support that (along with most feminists). Misandry is entirely rooted IN misogyny. Men aren't allowed to wear dresses, for example, because dresses are considered feminine, and femininity is considered a bad thing (or, more accurately, it is associated with weakness and therefore is only seen as a good trait in women because women are still put forward as inherently weak.) I challenge you to think of one way men are oppressed that isn't caused by misogyny.
I’m not answering this, for the reason that, if you want to look for a fact in an overall set of facts, if you look hard enough, you’ll find it, whether it’s real or not. The 23 Enigma, look into it. If you want to find 23 in absolutely anything, any incident, any physical object, any WORD, you can find it if you try hard enough.
The word Pepsi has 5 letters. It starts with the letter P, 16th in the alphabet. The letter P appears in Pepsi twice. 5 + 16 + 2 = 23.
Pi is an infinite number. It starts 3.14159. 3+1+4+1+5+9=23.
The Seinfeld holiday Festivus is on December… 23rd.
September 11, 2001. September is the 9th month. 9+11+2+0+0+1=23.
If you want to play a game of Find the Misogyny, of course you’ll find it. That’s the problem. That’s why feminists in 2014 North America seriously think they’re oppressed. And this belief that you’re oppressed is what makes you turn ways MEN are discriminated against… into a war against women. And that’s just the most narcissistic drivel I’ve ever heard. “Oh, the woman almost always gets the kid in child custody cases, no matter how fantastic a parent he may be and what an absolute piece of coked up shit she may be? Obviously that’s the system trying to turn the woman into a homemaker instead of a CEO! Oh the misogyny!”. What self-centered garbage.