Feminism - part of the reason I hate it
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« on: June 22, 2017, 11:04:37 am »

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Feminists screech about girls having a dress code that prevents them from wearing what they want.    I have never seen this. 

In school and at work women have always been able to wear what they want, while guys have restricted dress codes.   

In school, girls could wear all manner of things.  Guys were restricted to shirts with sleeves and long pants.   So while girls could wear shoulder-less tops, guys had to wear, at minimum, short sleeve shirts.   Girls could wear short dresses (not vag showing), but guys had to wear long pants.   

Except for my job at a men's clothing store,  my work experience is exactly the same.   Women got to wear pretty much whatever they wanted, while guys had a strict dress code. 

Feminist DO NOT fight for equality where men are disadvantaged, but they say that MRAs are evil.   Men can't win for losing with these cunts and their cucks.   
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