I think everyone in this thread would love to see all women of the world dump abusive men the moment they shows signs. But sometimes it's just isn't that simple....
I'm happy to answer any questions if you care to focus on what I'm actually saying instead of what you want me to say because responding to the dramatic gets you more high 5's.
You astound me, you talk about women as if they are ignorant and stupid. "then go ahead and tell them they are perfect and they couldnt have done anything differently. That it's 100% the mans fault. Let them call the men any names they want. You'll probably get lots of high 5's from women in here and that will probably make you feel good too."
We are talking about something completely differently, I am really beginning to wonder if you actually understand femnism at all.
You are arguing semantics, nit picking little things. Not one person has said men are deadbeats, seriously where are you getting all of this?
Feminsism is about equality - that is all, very simple no?
Telling the victims (or simply the Responsible parent who has the 'audacity' to complain about the neglect of the child by the other parent) to 'self-reflect' is so arrogant, smug and belittling. It's actually.... Creepy!
Your posts seem to claim that women are responsible for men's behaviour.
I don't think men are so stupid that they can't control their own actions.
I do consider my exes contribution to my son's life to be sperm donation. He has not contributed anything positive to his life. How I haven't "taken responsibility" by raising the boy is beyond me. I took responsibility back then and I take responsibility now..... for my own actions
There were a couple of references to sperm donors so I made a comment that Sometimes women make unwise choices that lead to their child having just a 'sperm donor.'. Then people like yourself get all hot and bothered, reading things that aren't there and that's how the deadbeat discussion took off.
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