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How does women's rights emasculate men like some people on here, both men and a few women keep saying?

Asked By: 666666z - 6/22/2008
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“Needsmuchhelp27” still didn’t answer the question. I think she would like to know (in limens terms) hows is having our rights as women respected taking away from your rights as a man? How does respecting us a people emasculate you as a man? And how does respecting our rights threaten yours... More
Answered By: Tasha - 6/22/2008
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seriously?
Answered By: HootieFan - 6/22/2008
 
It only "emasculates" the men whose manhood wasn't affixed very well in the first place.
Answered By: Tracey - 6/22/2008
 
They make things better. When one is equal all are better for it. I'm a man but I'm for women's rights.
Answered By: ERUDITE - 6/22/2008
 
I'm shocked. I thought men and women were equal all this time.
Answered By: Hello - 6/22/2008
 
A man's natural role is to be the provider and protector; feminism has taken away that role, leaving many men confused between their biology and a feminised society.
Answered By: Char - curves and curls - 6/22/2008
 
women's rights don't emasculate men.men feel emasculated by women being treated with respect and having their rights respected... More
Answered By: needsmuchelp27 - 6/22/2008
 
men are fine with women having rights as long as they don't become more powerful or knowledgeable than them. i work with all men and i listen to idiotic sexist comments and sexual jokes all day long. i guarantee im smarter than and could run the business better than all of them. but i don't let them know that because i... More
Answered By: liz m - 6/22/2008
 
by making laws that we do not dare speak out or it is domestic violence and punishable under law. This seems to be a new idea forged in this century and is slowly spreading from country to country. Sure its aims is to try and stop domestic violence before it can start by making even a disagreement a factor but it goes... More
Answered By: keith - 6/22/2008
 
It doesn't. If they feel that it does, they must not have been at all secure in their masculinity in the first place.
Answered By: Lyanthya - 6/22/2008
 
They no longer necessarily have the role of 'provider'. Women are not completely reliant on them. This may be seen by some men as 'emasculation'. Other men, who are not dependent on gender roles for validation, will not feel emasculated by women providing for themselves... More
Answered By: sam - 6/22/2008
 
it doesn't, they do it to themselves
Answered By: princessblaise39 - 6/22/2008
 
Well equality is all about breaking down the differences in gender, which means the point of equality is to get rid of the idea of 'masculine' and 'feminine'. Taking away masculinity from a man is called 'emasculation'. In that sense, i'm not suprised people talk about feminism emasculating men, that is the whole point... More
Answered By: Liam - 6/22/2008
 
Probably because feminists thing equality equates to making men inferior.
Answered By: S P - 6/22/2008
 
How could it? Politics don't affect anybody's age, chromosomes, or genital shape.
Answered By: emeraldas2001 - 6/22/2008
 
Only men who feel threatened by women are saying they have been 'emasculated' Most of the men I know are still men- and they support EVERYONE in having rights. I don't see how having equal rights would make anyone lose their identity.
Answered By: Kat V - 6/22/2008
 
Buddy, you've asked this question a heap of times but you just change the words around. You have to be blind if you don't see the effect of feminism is emasculating boys more so than men. Because of feminists form of, i guess you could say propaganda, boys feel left out of place. In Australia, campaigns are saying... More
Answered By: W3ST SID3 R3P - 6/22/2008
 
The men who say this are insecure for one reason or another. Most men don't really care what women think as long as they can find at least one fairly attractive one who will be married to them without making their lives miserable. But men who have been routinely rejected by women and/or a pattern of interpersonal... More
Answered By: rastagrappler - 6/22/2008
 
Humanism and feminism "emasculates" only those men who derived their "masculinity" from the oppression of others. When they are no longer allowed to freely oppress others, exploiters ALWAYS whine that their "rights" to exploit others have been violated. lol. And, anyone who can read more than the package insert for... More
Answered By: patois - 6/22/2008
 
I don't think anyone here has a problem with women having the same rights as men... More
Answered By: eoghan g - 6/22/2008
 
Because they feel any gain for a woman is a loss for man. They are blind to the inequality that is so rampant.
Answered By: CC - 6/22/2008
 
"I'm shocked. I thought men and women were equal all this time." - Hello... More
Answered By: the+university_guy - 6/22/2008
 
There is nothing wrong with women having the same rights as men. In the long run it might prove a great benifit to society... More
Answered By: Kris W - 6/22/2008
 
Some people only believe one gender can be "superior" so if men aren't the "top dog" then women would be. They don't believe power can be shared among men so how could it be shared among women and men? To them equality really does mean superiority-they only believe in hierarchies and fear anything else and label it... More
Answered By: betty jennings - 6/24/2008
 
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