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ceiphori 1 point ago +1 / -0

Journalism is a hack industry at the minute, so quality standards are effectively nonexistent.

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ceiphori 23 points ago +23 / -0

Honestly need this nonsense to spread to popular clearnet websites. If you’re not prepared to do the legwork, you shouldn’t be able to access the internet.

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ceiphori 3 points ago +4 / -1

Oy Vey!

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ceiphori 5 points ago +5 / -0

Considering that “female empowerment” did in the Romans and the Greeks, I doubt it.

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ceiphori 3 points ago +3 / -0

I read this comment 5 times before I comprehended what I saw. Probably why making posts when you’re tired is a bad idea smh

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ceiphori 3 points ago +3 / -0

Your idea is far more creative and accurate than 99% of the creative industry output right now.

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ceiphori 1 point ago +1 / -0

Weird flex, but ok.

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ceiphori 5 points ago +5 / -0

Of course, the joyless and hypocritical mainstream access media had a field day with this one:

You know what I would like a major manufacturer of tampons to do? Make tampons. You know what I wouldn’t like them to do? Make creepy sex jokes on Twitter. This is a not-so-subtle reference to Tampax, which caused large swathes of the internet to see red after an off-colour tweet last week. “You’re in their DMs,” Tampax tweeted. “We’re in them. We are not the same.”

Arwa Mahdawi 'Tampax, stick to making tampons – and stop being creepy' - The Guardian, 29 November - https://archive.ph/IRzus

Tampax sparked a social media firestorm after it was accused of “sexualising women” over a joke tweet and, predictably, so-called ‘gender-critical’ folks were deeply triggered.

Maggie Baska 'Tampax at centre of ‘transphobic’ Twitter pile-on over tampon joke tweet' - Pink News, 24 November - https://archive.ph/3SQOi

Tampax customers have been left totally unimpressed with the tampon brand, after it shared a controversial tweet which people say is 'sexualising periods'.

The US Twitter account for the popular brand shared the tweet on Monday, but it didn't land well with fellow social media users and some people have been left shocked by the comment, while others have pledged to boycott the feminine hygiene brand.

Lucy Devine 'People threaten to boycott Tampax after 'gross and offensive' social media post' - tyla, 22 November - https://archive.ph/tuBVj

Many accused the angry people of using the tweet as an excuse to boycott a company that supports trans people

On Monday, the hygiene product brand Tampax tweeted a dirty joke that has riled up Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminists (TERFS), who already went after the tampon company earlier this month after it made an ad deal with a transgender influencer.

The tweet declared, “You’re in their DMs. We’re in them. We are not the same.”

After some positive responses, #BoycottTampax began trending on Twitter.

Molly Sprayregen 'Transphobes call for boycott of Tampax over a dirty joke' - LGBTQNation, 28 November - https://archive.ph/4iunW

The spineless brand issued an apology on their twitter, which worked as well as you'd expect.

Tampax US on Twitter "We messed up with our last tweet. We removed it and we apologize to everyone we offended. Respect is central to our brand values - our recent language did not reflect that. We have learned from this, and we will do better."

https://archive.ph/50Pbo

Fortunately, the LGBTABC mafia came to the defence of the brand, a product of P&G, a multinational billion dollar corporation. Keep on keeping on "progressives" lmao.

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ceiphori 5 points ago +5 / -0

Prior to the escalation that led to his removal, Miller attempted to subpoena Alex Cohen — a Liberal communications staffer in Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino's office.

Perhaps he should’ve stopped noticing whilst he was ahead.

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ceiphori 7 points ago +7 / -0

In etymology, science refers to "book learning" or "acquiring knowledge; learning", alongside expression of "skill or expertise". I believe these counterparts are intrinsically linked. You need to express knowledge in the pursuit of learning more, via the application of expertise. These principles have brought forth the scientific method, and the ability to constantly challenge the status quo.

Any deviation from this puts us firmly in the realm of dogma.

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ceiphori -2 points ago +2 / -4

Firstly, feminism is the blatant brainchild of elite men. The very tenets don't make sense if a woman was the origin.

Secondly, the entire goal of feminism was about increasing tax revenue, and that worked. Women will now advocate for the ability to work their back to the bone as a way to "stick it to the man", which results in them lining the "man's" pockets.

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ceiphori 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is why you need to ask people to provide evidence for their claims. That's the first step to validate any perspective.

You then have to be able to explain how the evidence and claim are linked, but most people can't even follow step one.

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ceiphori 1 point ago +1 / -0

we need an 'assault force', people that will go into their 'sacred places' and take them over from the inside, like the trans did to the terfs.

You want a force to willingly enter a cesspit for free?

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ceiphori 1 point ago +1 / -0

You misunderstand. I say that it is far more likely for men to go out looking for trouble, and that this explains the 'disparity'. It need not be true in every case to explain the disparity and then some.

Citation needed.

Not impressed when they call me sexist, nor am I when you do so.

I know you're not, that's why I said it. I don't actually care if you're even sexist or not.

I don't care about backlash Only if you believe in restricting people's freedom "for their own good". Like with lockdowns.

I don't agree with either of those things. I was informing you about the natural conclusion for the premise you presented.

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ceiphori 1 point ago +1 / -0

Cause they go looking for trouble. Nothing wrong with it, I do it myself, but women aren't exactly provoking fights in the middle of the streets. At least, not ones in which they themselves participate.

This is horrifically presumptuous. I can think of many incidents here in the UK where a male was assaulted, often lethally, and they were simply minding their own business beforehand. To assume that a man is only being assaulted because he "was looking for trouble" is patently sexist.

I know full well what the statistics are. Let's assume for a moment that men are innocent victims. I also know that I have a fighting chance of defending myself. The average woman would be overpowered by a 13-year-old boy. I'd be quite scared to go outside if a 13-year-old boy could do literally whatever he wanted to me.

This exact statement could be used to advocate for the prohibition of women's "freedom", which would be met with backlash. After all, wouldn't it be "safer" for women if they had a curfew, couldn't wear certain clothes in public or drink alcohol? For their safety of course.

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ceiphori 1 point ago +1 / -0

Is a decree saying that you cannot leave the same as being conscripted?

A decree that says you have to stay and fight?

Do you know what it means for everyone between 18 and 60 to be drafted in Ukraine? The army would have more than 10 million men. Does it? No, it doesn't. It has less than 1/10 of that.

Are you suggesting that it's impossible for a draft to be unsuccessful?

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ceiphori 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'd pick my physical safety over the "easy lives" of the womens.

Men are statistically more likely to be a victim of violence than any woman. Women are only more likely to be victims of certain forms of violence (like sexual assault). You've been tricked by the framing of statistics.

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ceiphori 7 points ago +8 / -1

Said man must be raised properly by their extroverted father, and that isn't the case for the majority of them.

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ceiphori 6 points ago +6 / -0

You can’t “inb4” your own show 🤦

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