Do the world a favor.

Reach up into you butt crack and un-wad those panties.

Sexism.

  • Noun
  • Originates from 1965–1970
  • attitudes or behavior based on traditional stereotypes of gender roles.
  • discrimination or devaluation based on a person’s sex or gender, as in restricted job opportunities, especially such discrimination directed against women.
  • ingrained and institutionalized prejudice against or hatred of women; misogyny.

Via: Something with actual intelligence.

Feminism.

  • noun
  • Originates from 1840–1845 in Latin
  • the doctrine advocating social, political, and all other rights of women equal to those of men.
  • (sometimes initial capital letter) an organized movement for the attainment of such rights for women.
  • Older Use. feminine character.

Same source.

I feel like I should say; “I think,” but really… PEOPLE over use these words. PEOPLE do not really understand the definitions of these words. Like most words similar to these two, it’s a trend. These words are trending. Everyone uses these words. Children use these words like the understand every thing that’s going on in the world. To top it off, everyone using these words are getting so up tight about them.

ONLY YOUR OWN PERSON OPINION IS THE RIGHT ONE AND EVERYONE NEEDS TO ABIDE BY IT OR SO HELP ME I WILL TURN TO SOCIAL MEDIA!

Says 3 out 5 people in the united states.

Social media… it’s the death of us.

Don’t deny that it is. Social Media has created a lighting fast highway for human communication for the convenience of sharing and memories and news.

BUT!

We forgot one thing.

PEOPLE SUCK AT COMMUNICATING.

People lie. They gossip. They manipulate. They spread rumors.

I learned something from my mom while at an antique store this past Sunday.

Have you ever seen one of these? I saw one for the first time, and when I asked what it was, my mom got excited and said;

“It’s a gossip bench! My mom used to have one of these! Ladies would put their phone right here, and the phone bunch under here and they would sit and gossip. It’s a gossip bench!”

PEOPLE GOSSIP!

People speak, it’s what we do. We can’t not do it, except for Monks, we can all agree that Monks are better than the rest of us. Seriously though.

Seriously, look at that face. Best people ever.

The human problem is that we take communication for granted. We don’t use it properly. Have you ever read something really old? It’s like it’s in a different language completely. For example… the declaration. (I was a dumb kid and didn’t actually read it when I was supposed to in third grade.)

Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed.

Do you even understand what that means?!? Neither do I.

Prudence, first of all is not just a name.

noun

  1. the quality or fact of being prudent, or wise in practical affairs, as by providing for the future.

2. caution with regard to practical matters; discretion.

3. regard for one’s own interests.

4. provident care in the management of resources; economy; frugality.

Let’s re-write this in a way we understand and see the difference in communication or what you may think that it means. I am solely basing my understanding on what Dictionary.com is defining these words, and deriving context based on my background of understanding philosophy. I.E. I’m winging it.

Diligence, indeed, will dictate that Governments that have been around for awhile and are well known, should not be changed for the little things; and all of our experience shows us that people will complain no matter what, until we change the main thing that is causing the problems. (I.E the Government itself)

Basically; No matter what we do or change someone somewhere is going to have a problem, and we should just change things to accommodate them. Once you start changing the traditions things start to become blurred and open for debate allowing biased opinion get in the way. Once you start changing traditions for one person’s small complaint, then everyone thinks that they can have their complaint heard and changed.

Not understanding things, especially context screws up everything. Royally. Look at how many little things we change to our laws and how we allow our Government to be ran.

So for all of you people out there saying so many things are sexist or women calling themselves feminists. You need to stop.

Cat-calling, it’s not 100% sexist. It’s just rude. JUST RUDE. I say it’s not 100% sexist because it’s not degrading or hateful to women, it’s just men being rude, they’re trying to give you a compliment, however crude manner it may be in, IT’S STILL A FUCKING COMPLIMENT. Say thanks and wave your hand and keep walking like a fuckin Boss Yo!

Pay rates; Yes, getting paid less than a man is degrading. It’s also not hatred towards women in most cases. Why don’t you stop and look at the value of the work you are doing. I get paid $4 less than my male co-worker, I also have a sit down desk job and I do probably less actual work than he does. He works in our small warehouse and does all the physical labor. I did however, leave my last job because I was putting out a high level value of work and not seeing any raises. My boss also only hired women for the accounting positions, and only 6 out 25 employees were female. That was a sexist job.

Approaching a woman wearing headphones to see if you could talk to her is not sexist. Don’t even go there. Just go read a fuckin book.

Fact of the matter is;

STOP USING WORDS YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND

And maybe, just go learn what those words really mean, and maybe along the way of learning said words you’ll learn that your opinion doesn’t actually matter. It really doesn’t. Out of 7 BILLION people, I can honestly tell you that opinions don’t matter anymore. What matters is people coming together with the same understanding. It is only when we can act as a whole, a UNITED COUNTRY, can we say that we matter. There’s no I in Team people.