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lisamarie96


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Political views 18 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
Hm, in terms of the environment. I think the political parties currently in control in both Australia and the US don't really care about the environment or climate change, because if they did they would; firstly, stop creating nuclear weapons. Secondly, they would stop raping the land of the countries that they invade such as Iraq, or Vietnam where chemical weapons are still having children born deformed. And thirdly, they would stop investing in corporations which exploit people in developing countries and polluting earth with junk.
I wonder how many Americans know this... 56 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
Quick question to all the Americans; why don't you guys have a federal body that runs all elections rather than state based elections? Wouldn't that ensure free and fair elections as well as stop gerrymandering? In Australia we have the Australian Electoral Commission, I know you have the Federal Electoral Commission but that it only registers voters.
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Explaining birds and the bees 6 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
It took me like ten minutes to understand this joke.
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It's true. 8 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
So relevant
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So true 12 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
This post is so on point, HAHA.
And the smell of the pages 13 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
Amen!
Feminism vs. Truth 42 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
Oh I totally agree! Even when you see headlines in the news of boys getting raped or sexually assaulted by women, you have ignorant people commenting on it saying 'way to go' or 'that kid is so lucky'. If it was swapped and it was a girl the reaction is completley different. Both genders receive stereotypical forms of victim blaming, in my opinion. Girls get the 'what were you wearing?' And the 'were you drinking?' While guys receive the nonchalant 'you got lucky' or 'your a man, why did you let her hit you'. Both these characterisations are so wrong.
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Objection! 6 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
If they're a great lawyer than they don't need to know the judge?
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Feminism vs. Truth 42 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
It would be ignorant to say that men don't get abused by women, because they do. And it's not fair to disregard men based solely on a macho paradox. It is very sad that men aren't allowed to be weak nor show 'feminine' emotions, because society dictates to them that they must be masculine. And I think that's part of the problem. We should teach young boys that it's okay to have feelings and to cry rather than suppress their emotions. From my own experience, in Australia, I know a lot of young girls who have been hit by partners, and we have some sort of social contract to ignore the problem. But maybe the real issue is that men feel they aren't allowed to be emotional therefore the oppression of emotion might be contributing to the epidemic of domestic violence and sexual assault?
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Feminism vs. Truth 42 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
There is still a rape culture in most developed countries. It is scary that 1 in 5 teens are abused by their boyfriends. Women are abused by men more than men are abused by women, clearly that needs to be addressed. This video offers an interesting talk for men; http://youtu.be/KTvSfeCRxe8
Feminism vs. Truth 42 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
I didn't disregard it, I said that yes those portrayals of women are great but they are a minority compared to the majority. And I would consider it a boys club. Here's why, consider this; 52% of the world is made of women, meaning we are the majority. So if we really wanted to be truly represented in all government institutions then all bodies of government including the legislative branch and the media should have an equal amount of women as men. Meaning broadcasting stations like Disney or Warner should have at least 6 women on their board. Regardless of all this, I would like to point out much like missraven did that I consider myself privelleged to have had an education, to be able to express my opinion. But one cannot ignore the Misogny in other nations nor the pseudo representation we receive in developed countries. I'm not complaining, because I think we have it good, mostly.
Feminism vs. Truth 42 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
And I don't 'complain', I make valid and coherent arguments based on facts. I don't agree with radical feminism. But you can't completely deny there is something wrong with how women are represented. I would also like to point out that it also stems from class division in society which is why third wave feminism emerged in the first place. And by the way, I read the things you wrote about terrorism and bombing other countries and it further amplifies my argument whilst undermining yours.
Feminism vs. Truth 42 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
As I have through yours, and all I see is a gun loving violent young man. Seriously chill out brother. Feminism means creating an equal society and that includes men. Yes you are right men are objectified, but not nearly to the extent women are. Nor are they objectified as violently and systematically. Women are poorly represented in the media and you're blind or ignorant if you can't see that. Bad ass spies and soldiers which are referred to by educators as "fighting fuck toys" because they don't represent true empowerment, but further sexualise women. The amount of women represented as good people is considerably small, due to the male domination of media creation. Fox is not the only agency, Disney only has 4 women a board of 13, NBC 4 women of 17 board members, Warner 2 women of 13 board members, CBS only 2 of 14 board members. Only 5.8% of television is owned by women. Do you think that is ample enough representation?
Feminism vs. Truth 42 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
As a feminist myself there are exerts in things she fails to mention which are issues in western society. Firstly, we live in capitalist systems, meaning that the markets dictate society's values. Women are purposefully objectified and made to by Beauty products. Secondly, only 7% of directors are women while only 16% of film protagonists are women this is a major misrepresentation of women in popular culture. Thirdly, the objectification of women which is, turning a human into an object, is the first step into justifying violence against them, this is where the rape culture comes from. I would also like to point out that women are hugely underrepresented in powerful jobs. 17% of congress is made up of women, whilst powerful media companies like fox only have one women on a board of 16! In terms of Australian democracy, we only have one woman in cabinet! How is one woman meant to represent more than half of Australia. And keep in mind racial and class stratification, plays a huge part.
Come on now, what's the first damn rule?? 14 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
Desensitisation at its finest, the loss of genuine human connection is evident.
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yeah 30 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
Men can say all they want, but women have never succesfully oppressed an entire gender. The truth is that there are more women in the world then men, and yet men dominate every single influential area; such as government (Australia only has one woman in cabinet) and the media (Fox only have one woman on their board). Women are still not politically, socially or economically equal to men. Feminists DO NOT hate men, they will have many men in there lives. But the fact is that women are still not equal to men in the capitalist society's we live in. Instead of demonising feminists more men should actually identify themselves as believers in the cause, rather than using a tiny radical percentage to alienate all women. So please all the guys out there who complain about the thought of women being equal to them, educate yourself and stop using your ignorance against us. This issue won't go away until women are equally represented in all institutions of government and social needs are met.
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Freedom 31 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
It continues to take place.
Freedom 31 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
The American government is the biggest buyer of drugs, that's a fact.
Freedom 31 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
You are talking about a systematic spying on an entire nation plus american enemies and allies.
Freedom 31 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
lol it's not for fruit it's for bringing in items that could potentially harm the enviroment.
Freedom 31 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
Australia, why is this relevant?
Freedom 31 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
No I'm not, Why? So you can tell me that my arguments don't count because I don't live in the US.
Freedom 31 comments
lisamarie96 · 6 years ago
Drugs which your country spends millions of dollars 'fighting' only to be the biggest buyer of Peruvian cocaine. What about all the false freedom it inflicts on other countries, the invasions and the blatant raping of third world country land for natural resources. If you think you are free inside the US, you are mistaken. Everything you do is watched and monitored and you are in the midst of a police militarisation. You have a high incarceration rate because your government think that a young black man who is desperate, sells drugs and gets caught should spend the rest of his life in jail, while a white police officer can murder someone and never be made accountable.