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TheStoicCrane about a month ago

@hoit The thing about feminism is that post WWII the one of the main reasons it reared it's head was to make women interchangeable with men in the workplace. It has nothing to do with "women's rights" or equality. It was a strategic move to make the workforce more expedible in turn making it cheaper. If a woman can do a man's job why pay him 25/hr when scores of women will do it for 15/hr?

TheStoicCrane about a month ago

@hoit The competition is beneficial, yes. But it's benefical for the Government who profits from taxes and the Corporations who profit from merchandising. The people caught up in the system are left with a diminished quality of life fraught with depression, discontent, and purposelessness. Instead of defining the values they want in life they've been conditioned to accept materialism above all.

TheStoicCrane about a month ago

@hoit In order to have freedom in one respect there has to be subjugation in another. Though abundant in opportunity Americans have been turned into little more that materialistic consumer thralls. Constantly buying more and more to fill the void within themselves rather than forming meaningful connections.

TheStoicCrane about a month ago

@hoit It depends. People in Thailand have very limited opportunity but it's said their level of happiness far surpassess that of Americans'.

hoit about a month ago

@TheStoicCrane I wonder if this competitiveness is a benefit or not. The US seems very discontent for a first world country, but it does have more influence and freedom to choose you own way of life (for middle class and up). If only feminism in the US focused for on positive feminine traits like community and tolerance, instead of negative ones like enforcing hierarchies for the sake of hypergamy

hoit about a month ago

All strive for more privilege. In women's striving, they found it expedient to claim that men and women are equal (then clarified that women are more equal). But a simple experiment you can try at home proves this to be impractical at the very least: treat women (or bloops) with male form of respect- you're unattractive for submission, speak to male friends with cockiness- you're uncooperative.

TheStoicCrane about a month ago

@hoit Probably stems from the rat-race pyramid mentality. The same pyramid that can be found on the back of the US Dollar. In order to "get ahead" people here feel the need to exploit and step each other like building blocks. Only to become unhappy and unfulfilled in their pursuit of "being on top". Mentally, from an interpersonal value standpoint the people here are jacked up.

TheStoicCrane about a month ago

@hoit Different country different culture. Alot people from Westernized countries think they're similar to the US because of what they see in media but the nuanced reality is way different than the expectations. The mentality of the US can be summed up in the phrase "Getting mine, f... you!" Underneath the mask of hospitality Americans are covertly very hostile to each other and overworked.

hoit about a month ago

@TheStoicCrane I'm from Canada. I used to think we were similar. When I meet americans I'm often still surprised at how tense and stressed y'all are.

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