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  1. 5 points
    LiterateParakeet

    "Well Behaved Women . . . "

    There is a group called Big Ocean Women that I follow on FB. They promote a branch of feminism called "maternal feminism". They shared this cartoon blog post about a quote you might have heard "Well behaved women seldom make history." It doesn't mean what you think it means...or what I thought it meant either! It's a cool blog post.... http://www.everythingisgoingtobeokcomic.com/well-behaved-women/?fbclid=IwAR2Bt17k8rIdh_fLjRDzIadhyHPFfcCM6HunE4MhORi1lmhNCuWkG7Nw_lE
  2. 3 points
    @unixknight Just giving a "thumbs up" without any kind of reply might seem like I didn't really care about your explanations, so just to make that clear: I simply have nothing to add to that ☺️It was definitely an interesting read. I guess that's all for now. Thanks everyone for your comments and patience!
  3. 2 points
    If I'm ever in Germany, I will studiously avoid purchasing anything at Edeka.
  4. 1 point
    This is an infomercial, but it doesn't matter because it's hillarious! And I think the product Covenant Eyes is a great idea. I showed this to my 13 and 17 year old boys, with the excuse that it's funny, but really I just wanted to slip in another reminder that porn is one of Satan's traps that once you get snared, it's hard to get out of. (Don't get me wrong....I talk to my boys about porn all the time, that's why I was trying to be sneaky, LOL!) Anyway, the point is this might be a good one to share with someone you care about.... https://vimeo.com/329334914
  5. 1 point
    anatess2

    "Well Behaved Women . . . "

    My take on it is Well-Behaved can be Loud (I’d put Rosa Parks in this category even if she wasn’t considered well-behaved at the time), and it can be quiet. At the same time, Not-Well-Behaved can also be Loud and Quiet (I’d put Lisa Page in this category).
  6. 1 point
    I've been thinking a bit on my own behavior (re: being a "well behaved" man...). One of the things I consistently fail at, I feel, is meekness. This cartoon was cool, but the one section that said "I believe there is a place for both, the loud and the quiet" got me thinking about this a bit. Granted, it really depends on what one means by "the loud". But in my own interpretation, I cannot help but wonder about "the loud" and it's appropriateness (for men or women).
  7. 1 point
    pam

    A Feminist Marries Herself

    So let's go by what the site rules say: 9. Do not post any copyrighted material, unless the copyright is owned by you. What I recommend doing if you want to bring up an article...you can copy and paste the first 2 paragraphs and then post the link so they can read more.
  8. 1 point
    pam

    A Feminist Marries Herself

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  9. 1 point
    Most Christians I've talked to about it look at baptism as "an outward expression of an inward commitment." I think that is the most common view of baptism, and I believe that God appreciates that declaration from anyone who is sincere.
  10. 1 point
    Vort

    A Feminist Marries Herself

    No, it is not, unless he was trying to pass it off as his own work.
  11. 1 point
    Just_A_Guy

    A Feminist Marries Herself

    Let’s go ahead and insert a link, just to keep ourselves (or at least, MGF) out of trouble.
  12. 0 points
    The latest addition to the Feminist Commercials. Enjoy... or puke.