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I like patriarchy and feel it fits the best model for human interaction in society. We can see from radical feminists and other extremists that their path leads nowhere and offers little more than illogical nonsense and the undermining of all that is good and holy.

Skyler Bench, Christian Forums 12 Comments [9/17/2016 2:59:25 PM]
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Citizen Justin

Skyler may be a G.I.R.L, however, "We can see from radical feminists and other extremists that their path leads nowhere and offers little more than illogical nonsense and the undermining of all that is good" is actually true.

9/17/2016 4:20:09 PM

Old Viking

Skyler? I bet you had a rough boyhood.

9/17/2016 4:44:45 PM

Uilleam

We can see from... extremists that their path leads nowhere and offers little more than illogical nonsense and the undermining of all that is good and holy.

You'd do well to take your own advice.

9/17/2016 5:06:10 PM

Anon-e-moose

"We can see from radical feminists and other extremists that their path leads nowhere and offers little more than illogical nonsense and the undermining of all that is good and holy."



You said it, I didn't!

9/17/2016 5:23:41 PM

SpukiKitty

Funny; When I read what is considered a list of "Matriarchal" values, I see stuff that humanity could stand to adopt.

9/17/2016 6:44:07 PM

Psycho Tits

The key, here, is "radical." Living under any radical set of despots would be bad, whether they want to belittle men or disenfranchise women.

You could just do that odd thing I've heard so much about: Judging individuals by their attributes instead of attempting to build a functioning society on nothing more than flimsy stereotypes and clanging, empty rhetoric.

9/17/2016 10:39:50 PM

Kanna

"I like patriarchy". Big whoop-ti-do. It provides "all that is good and holy" for precisely ONE member of the family, so how can it provide a "best model for human interaction" when it doesn't provide any human interaction WITHIN the family? Leading from a position above is not interaction, unless those "below" you on the ladder can speak from a position of equality. Please, remain celibate and single if that's your attitude. I think you need a woman to straighten you out about that.

9/18/2016 9:48:48 AM

nazani14

Your idea of "radical" probably includes any female who achieved more than you have.

9/18/2016 11:46:55 AM

Pharaoh Bastethotep

"I like patriarchy"
I do not. Even from a selfish perspective, I desire an intellectual, assertive and headstrong mate - the kind of woman patriarchists do not want to exist - and to be allowed to have female friends, since I generally prefer the company of women*.

"radical feminists and other extremists"
Like reactionary misogynists?

* Yes, I know that makes them think I am one of them gay homo fags (or something like that). Which makes absolutely no sense at all to me.

9/18/2016 12:43:32 PM

Darkevilme

which patriarchy? the patriarchy that allows one elder patriarch to have a multi generational harem of wives and all the younger men are shit out of luck?

odds are 'skyler' you will not be the patriarch. you will be one of the INCELS who are shit out of luck due to the patriarchy hogging all the women.

9/18/2016 12:59:38 PM

Deep Search

Uh huh. The "best model" for some, sure. I'll take a wild and crazy guess that they believe "radical feminists" are any and all feminists-- like people who have the wacky notion that women and men should be on equal footing. Also, there's a lot of irony in that statement...

9/19/2016 3:17:27 AM

Swede

Are you a man? Most people who like patriarchy are men, funnily enough. Patriarchy is not so much INTERaction, more like handling of property.

Extremism is seldom good, regardless of the original cause.
The first feminists were probably seen as pretty radical, for wanting to have adulthood; something we now take for granted. Feminism has given us right to vote, adulthood, right to own property, right to work even if we're married, (paid) parental leave, rights for dads to go on parental leave, etc. Is that what you call "leading nowhere" and "illogical nonsense"?

"All that is good and holy" must then be men-only voting system, only men (and widows) as legally adults, only men (and widows) allowed to own property, sacking women once they're married, keeping women at home until the children are able to care for themselves, little or no interaction between fathers and their children, etc.

9/19/2016 5:50:43 AM

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