Vir jou en jou volgende verhouding 😌😌😌😌😂😂😂 @grobler_pieter
@zenpakuu Of course we do but do blame it on our period or that we are just being emotional is a step too far
@avian.vazquez Maybe as a guy you don’t understand
@eleslyman yeah I’m a dude I don’t understand equal rights for women I’m such a horrible human being
@avian.vazquez That’s not what I’m saying. The fact that you criticize a video about women standing up for themselves without understanding the experience first hand is something you shouldn’t be judging.
@avian.vazquez you being a dude has nothing to do with your understanding of basic human rights, it's your lack of empathy and willing to fight for something that doesn't affect you...which does make you a bad person, a good person fight for causes that don't benefit them.
@zenpakuu the point is that moodswings don't have anything to do with gender, is your point that "you guys" don't have moodswings?
@expand_your_horizons_ and why is it an issue that ppl are different? Maybe a proper upbringing would teach ppl to accept someone that is different from oneself, like their emotions? Stereotypes don't justify ignorance and judgement.
@real_bambi we don't really. We're just chill. And the video JUST said you have frequent mood swings
@serenawilson If you think words don't oppresse then your extremely ignorant. It's like saying words don't hurt emotionally when it's a fact that verbal abuse causes psychological effects, positive aswell as negative. The fact that you can't understand that not everything will affect or hurt you as a woman is not universal for other women, and that you don't understand neither accept that someone don't share your opinions, show how immature and oppressive you are as a person. A woman that feels offended by this doesn't need to calm down bc you don't see the issue.
@real_bambi women are stronger than that. Saying someone’s “crazy” and getting traumatized by it is so weak minded. We are strong and empowered and constantly tell us we are oppressed does not help.
@real_bambi there's nothing wrong with expressing an emotion so long as it's appropriate, and not dramatic. However in any social environment, it requires for a person exercise rational communication skills if they want to come a resolution with any issue, let alone to even have a proper level of communication in the first place.
@_aisha.shahid literally what we were talking about yesterday
@hiinzal These retarded men will never get it ..!
I live with my dad and bros so I relate to this.
@real_bambi first of all I was being sarcastic if you know what that means equal rights is a good thing but now it gets into feminism, and feminism now is different that it was before
love cara @abby_cook_123
Everyone needs to see this @paaras.zhangmo
i admit I'm emotional ， it keeps my boyfriend away from me.But i'm not crazy！i love him.Perhaps I'm doomed not to be understood. 😢
I agree with this. Women are not crazy they are just human. The reason men think women are crazy is because we just don’t understand how they get their point across. Women are more open to expressing their opinions emotionally whereas men do it in an isolated way.(in most cases)
@fey__fey @jazzy040889 👌
Nah, they crazy
God I cry watching Spongebob....It won’t be the first or last time 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼
Bull shit again
Don't listen to this shit. We all know what the truth is
@_aisha.shahid we not retarded.... Maybe when u stop callin men out our names we will finally understand yall
Well whether it’s the period or not, women still get worked up about things all the time so whether it’s that or not they are its crazy and overemotional about things, whether period affects it or not.
I AGREE. every time i go on about something people automatically ask, “are you on your period?”
@yabadat Steve Harvey is the fucking worst.
@thebackpack_actor No you will never
@_aisha.shahid it's not tht deep nor important to debate.
Who's the guy with the man bun. I like him.
@felipe_echavarria please watch!
@grand_maester wdym tf
My girlfriend that I love definitely acts more crazy/emotional when she is either on her “.” or hungry and that is facts
Omg the next thing their going to say is calling women, women, is insulting to women
@tuckif !!!! Hihi
@rrinart mmh que veut dire ce tag? 🤔
This is amazing, I love arguing ( passionate communication ) with my girl, she ALWAYS shows me a perspective I could have never seen without her, love u baby ❤ #teamcheeku
Ahh that dude that loos like jaden smith i wanna smack the shit out him
@thealmontefilms Bro Have You Seen This??!!
@mr.yeslawd of course! They made this last year but relaunched
Oohh Okay I Thought This Was Brand Spankin’ New For A Sec Lmaoo
@funkasized isn't the Smith family the worst? I don't get why society doesn't shut them down for being douche bags, seriously. I dislike everyone of them
slay cara honey I️ literally love u💋
Tratando de justificar y normalizar los problemas emocionales? En vez de tratarlos? Mal va la sociedad con tanto sentimentalismo
Then stop yelling, doing them hand gestures and talking shit when you disagree with us!! Otherwise we'll keep assuming either you're crazy or it's that time of the month!! You can't speak Chinese and expect a British to understand what you're saying!!! C'mon now! THINK!!!
Maybe if someone is critiquing your point you could idk use it to revise your point like have an open mind
So technically your agreeing that your crazyy ،؟
@sina.jj.a No? They literally just said just because they disagree doesn't mean they are crazy. That's just you thinking the world revolves around you and your frail sensitive ego
@meliabottoms Why are you getting worked up over that? Like Jesus Christ, maybe women shouldn't have these roles if there's people like you getting worked up over that. Women generally are more emotional and nurturing, that's just fact. That's better than being an insensitive b*tch. You should be glad he even said THAT, shows he thinks women have an important role. Please don't rant angrily if you reply ;)
@tanehowl don’t get offended now , I didn’t say your part of that , you a have a whole new category for yourself🐱!?
@sina.jj.a What is there to be offended about? 😂 There you go, small brain getting defensive.
Lol but science says otherwise... 😂
Hormones are an actual thing my dear. Don't discourage science bc you want people to believe your fake reality
@captkirk27 but in my case, I'm actually crazy 😘
@jesse_b1994 take note please.
In simple terms, feminist theory is a theory on women’s rights and gender equality. It involves the study of women’s roles in society which include their rights, privileges, interests, and concerns. It serves as an extension to feminism which evaluates the rightful place of women in the society.
@babar_elephant_king Key areas of focus within feminist theory include discrimination and exclusion on the basis of sex and gender, objectification, structural and economic inequality, power and oppression, and gender roles and stereotypes, among others. Themes explored in feminism include discrimination, objectification (especially sexual objectification), oppression, patriarchy, stereotyping, art history and contemporary art, and aesthetics. isnt that the same
@hezbot75 although all feminists strive for gender equality, there are various ways to approach this theory, including liberal feminism, socialist feminism and radical feminism - its best understood as both an intellectual and a normative project. feminist theory provides research materials and information for students, activists, and scholars interested in women's conditions and struggles around the world. the goals of this are: 1 to encourage a wide range of research into feminist theory, and 2) to encourage dialogue between women and men) from different countries around the world. hopefully, this will result in new connections, new ideas, and new information about feminist theory and women's movements. feminist theory has mostly three parts: 1) various fields within feminist theory; 2) different national / ethnic feminisms; and 3) individual feminists. all of these parts are updated and expanded regularly.
@hezbot75 feminist theories first began as an attempt to explain women’s oppression globally, following a grand theoretical approach akin to Marxism, the questions and emphases in the field have undergone some major shifts, while many theorists do focus on the question of how gender inequality manifests in institutions such as the workplace, home, armed forces, economy, or public sphere, others explore the range of practices that have come to be defined as masculine or feminine and how gender is constituted in relation to other social relations. Feminist theories can thus be used to explain how institutions operate with normative gendered assumptions and selectively reward or punish gendered practices.
@hezbot75 contemporary feminists look beyond the national level or location to focus on the effects of transnational economic, political, and cultural linkages on shaping gender.
@babar_elephant_king Homemaking is a mainly American term for the management of a home, otherwise known as housework, housekeeping, or household management. It is the act of overseeing the organizational, day-to-day operations of a house or estate, and the managing of other domestic concerns. A person in charge of the homemaking, who is not employed outside the home, is in the U.S. and Canada often called a homemaker, a term for a housewife or a househusband. The term "homemaker", however, may also refer to a social worker who manages a household during the incapacity of the housewife or househusband.
@babar_elephant_king home-making is a profession, just like any other, with its own set of knowledge, skills and abilities that must be learned if you want to be successful in the endeavor. in reality, however, too many women and men have never had the opportunity to acquire these essential life skills, causing them and their families to struggle both financially and psychologically as a result. Whether we like it or not, the condition of our home environments can have a significant impact on our mental and/or physical well-being.
@babar_elephant_king https://www.congress.gov/113/bills/hr803/BILLS-113hr803enr.pdf - under the workforce innovation and opportunity act, displaced homemakers are considered dislocated workers.
❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ listen to women !
@rebecx.r phahahaha social justice warriors
@tony102_ am I crazy hmmmm
@hay_bails0620 @claudbod @sarahpchrist @piece_of_shet @annalulu_16 @kristenwheeler @carolinedemeris
Ya but you've never met my ex ...
@a_bizzle_ where is that guy with the man bun😍🙌🏻 how do we find him
@salimghalayini ntebih 3a halak.
this is important
@leololocatelli non solo nella cultura pop.
i love this
Why is it everyone wants to be a victim, so what if someone says if your on your period. Sex slavery is at an all time high but you want to bitch about this
Girl power 👊🏼👊🏼❤️👏🏼 @caradelevingne
@omeryzb baştaki kadın gomis değil mi lan
@esm0oth you’re crazy lmao
@kimberlym8991 @edenfowler28 @h_crain @mandychel @mollyrosedarling @elizabeth_mcgr
@justacoolusername shufe lvideo... wlaw zy shu ana bfkr blzbt... ente the other girl who blames her p
Embrace the cray! F everyone else
Need to share this..but there isn't enough space for repost app in my mobile
People who disrespect women are half mind cow dung