- Apr 24, 2020
- United States
The argument they are making is that there shouldn't be special female colleges with sought after degrees like law, and pharmacy when there is no male equivalent and two there are waitlists, and test quotas for sought after degrees and colleges, no government programs or affirmative action for jobs because women have a more favorable environment with having more time to study for tests, more women in college in South Korea, etc. Women shoudl basically compete on equal ground with men.Kind of back on topic, but considering the whole "thousand/tens of thousands of women getting exploited via spy cam" thing, the Nth room "literally hundreds of women and kids getting blackmailed and raped, footage sold to tens of thousands via crypto currency" thing, setting your men's rights protest at the same site as protests against those to complain about problems *not caused by feminism* is...I mean, what the fuck?
Like, military conscription? Sure, either make it equal or, better, get rid of it entirely. But what about the rest? Bar women from jobs to reduce competition, because somehow women don't also need money to live? Stop girls from going to school? How supervillain are we going here?
It's the more equity vs equality thing. Which I don't think no society is ready for. To really look at equity you would need to look at the riches of the rich(In South Korea, and the US), and the rich will likley respond in reactionary ways.
I don't know why they don't just do affimative action but for the poor.