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How do Polish men feel about gender equality?


pawian 176 | 14,299
16 Jan 2021 #721
because of white flight.

You are trying to smuggle in those off-topic racial issues again, but stop coz you should know it is illegal in this thread.

feminism and wokeness took root in the US during the 1950s and 1960s.

Yes, luckily, and they are going to stay there for ever. I wonder why you are wasting so much time and energy doing this Sisyphean labour of trying to extinguish them. .

Polonia wins the match! Undefeated!

hahaha still too early for that undeserved triumph coz you withdrew from our nice male guards` criminal acts discussion.
Joker 2 | 1,717
16 Jan 2021 #722
Polonia wins the match! Undefeated!

Knocking out one stooge at a time!

population has been falling systematically because of white flight.

Lets not forget it has been under full Democratic control for decades..

Elijah Cummings, Baltimore congressman and civil rights leader was a horrible example of hypocrisy as well. I cant think of one thing he did to help the black community in all his 23 years except turn Baltimore into one of America's biggest ghettos. Thats after Nancy Pelosi father ransacked the city as mayor.

Speaking of gender equality. Do you know what the best thing about having a woman President would be?????

We wouldn't have to pay her as much! Haha
pawian 176 | 14,299
16 Jan 2021 #723
Yes, it is a joke which clearly shows we need to strive even more to achieve real equality.
Poloniusz 4 | 579
16 Jan 2021 #724
it has been under full Democratic control for decades..

And they are deluded in still branding themselves as "The Greatest City in America."



And despite the evidence presented the woke posters on here are still in full throttle denial that their toxic lefttardation doesn't work anywhere and actually chases Poles and their families away.
Strzelec35 13 | 1,116
16 Jan 2021 #725
It isn't wokeness but aspects of the u.s. that is creating this like the fact you are done there if you have a record and have to be pretty much homeless unless you have friends and family to help you. But you're just a norm who wouldn't know that or think that far. Look what they do to peoples reputations there printing full names in online newspaper articles vs like in Poland or Europe with gdpr and even before gdpr not even doing that. Not everyone wants to be a plumber or some construction worker or work in a factory nor has the physical body for physical labor as a profession.

Please back to the topic
kondzior 12 | 1,200
16 Jan 2021 #726
Equality of the sexes doesn't make any sense because the sexes are clearly not equal.

I don't like to use the word gender due to the leftist connotations.

I don't support anything that can be achieved with affirmative actions or quotas.
I consider active attempts to alter status quo (for example by pumping resources into trying to give promising but underprivileged people equal start, but lowering requirements) or other forms of affirmative actions accomplish exact opposite of their stated goals.

The problem now is the lowering of the standard to compensate for women's inferior ability. I really have no problem with women wanting to be a part of anything quite frankly, but the same expectations should apply, with the emphasis being on the subject's performance. Like for instance, in most military institutions, they have a strict set of requirements on male recruits, so simply being a male doesn't guarantee you a spot. However, you then have females coming in, who literally perform at a much lower level than even worst of the males, let alone the ones that truly qualify, and these women get the spot solely because of their sex. If anything, this reverses the inequality spectrum of the two sexes, putting men in a huge disadvantage here, for having to live up to a higher standard of expectations while getting the same amount of pay as women who get by with mediocrity.
Strzelec35 13 | 1,116
16 Jan 2021 #727
" I don't support anything that can be achieved with affirmative actions or quotas."

you may not but every company in tech or big tech even startups and basically any company in us outside **** jobs like manual labour do. you'll soon be replaced by a female or a robot or some black person. or have to stay in Poland making **** wages and cant even freelance with us firms.

medium.com/@thejuansc/apple-more-than-just-a-tech-company-c7740f54c81
Novichok - | 1,974
16 Jan 2021 #728
This is how terribly unequal things are...When a guy wants to shower with the girls, the girls and their parents freak out.

If a girl decided to enjoy her hot, steamy showers with soap all over her body, not only the boys wouldn't object but even the filthiest slob would discover the benefits of being clean and smelling like a rose. Some would try to charge admission and if the price was right, there would be a line at the door.

See the difference or should I post pictures?
pawian 176 | 14,299
16 Jan 2021 #729
Pictures of you charging admission to the shower???
Novichok - | 1,974
16 Jan 2021 #730
That equality bs continued....

businesstown.com/7-super-successful-businesses-that-started-in-college/

In college means no kids, no kitchen, no broom, and no excuses, either. All seven were started by men chatting when not drunk. Zero was started by women. They were busy shopping for their wedding gowns, taking selfies, and relocating their eyebrows.

It must be those toxic masculinity vapors spreading via the dorm ventilation system. Yeah, that's it. That explains that 7 to 0 score.
Chemikiem 7 | 2,497
16 Jan 2021 #731
want to be plummers.

Plumbers.
Novichok - | 1,974
16 Jan 2021 #732
Thank you. I am dummer than I thought.
dolnoslask 6 | 3,541
16 Jan 2021 #733
Plumbers.

Women enjoy plumbers when they visit, watch the adventures of a plumbers mate.

It stars Elaine Page and Arthur Mullard , was top entertainment and very educational for a young Polish boy growing up in Britain.
Novichok - | 1,974
16 Jan 2021 #734
Women enjoy plumbers when they visit,

...because they want to be plumbers or with plumbers?
dolnoslask 6 | 3,541
16 Jan 2021 #735
or with plumbers?

Best Chekiem explains her position on this one .. the film tests the boundaries of genderism and equality , but love rules out at the end.

Maybe that's the simple answer to gender equality, relations based on empathy and love.
Lenka 3 | 2,553
16 Jan 2021 #736
answer

You got that right.
Novichok - | 1,974
16 Jan 2021 #737
but love rules out at the end.

No. That love is skin deep, as convenient as a box of chocolates on Feb 14, disappears during divorce and custody hearings, and turns into unimaginable hate that includes lies about daily abuse, frequent rapes, and child molestation - with none ever reported to the cops.

Women are very creative and great actresses for that every day "I love you". Showing "love" when things go bad is a lot harder. That day, all that love, flowers, and gifts are erased just like that. In many cases, the woman and her parents hire a hitman to show the obstinate guy how unloved he is.

Back to equality... Women just can't accept that their exes may actually get alimony and full custody. Not ever and over his dead body.
Chemikiem 7 | 2,497
16 Jan 2021 #738
It stars Elaine Page and Arthur Mullard

Never heard of them! Or the film?
I can take a wild guess though, from the title, that it's along the lines of the 'confessions' films from the 70s?

the film tests the boundaries of genderism and equality

If it was made in the 70s it definitely would!

Maybe that's the simple answer to gender equality, relations based on empathy and love.

You got it Dolno. It's really not that complicated. From reading this thread it's clear that you and Pawian love and respect your wives :) Bit of fresh air on a thread filled with misogyny.
Novichok - | 1,974
16 Jan 2021 #739
clear that you and Pawian love and respect your wives

A man who is not able and ready to defend his wife is a hybrid - a man-girl-child. This, of course, is a moot point where there is no crime.
Czarek91 - | 5
1 Feb 2021 #740
Poland is a matriarchy and polish women are put on a pedestal too much. Every time polish feminists pretend Poland is some misogynistic place where violence against women is common you have to laugh because of how ridiculous and untrue it is but they go on pretending for political purposes. Poland is homogeneous(for now) so the best way they can crate divide between polish people is using feminism and turning polish women against men, By every single measure, domestic violence rates, rape rates, women in the work force etc Poland is one of the best places for women IN THE WORLD. With much better statistics then places like Sweden, UK, France etc which the self hating polish mind would think is better, it isn't.


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