wakeupthedrones

wakeupthedrones-deactivated2013 asked:

I read your feminist post. I consider feminism to be the equalization of woman and men on an economic and political platform, ex. getting paid the same wage in a certain occupation regardless of gender. Thats a problem we have in Canada. There are also different types of feminism, so keep that in mind. And regarding your 5th point, about "female writers", its simply giving women recognition in their study of art so I dont see any harm in it, but I completely see where you are coming from.

I was rather attacking the Superficial Westernized Feminists that focus their agendas on trying to attain “rights” and activities like Men rather than focusing on actual equality. They believe that being a man is the ultimate form of freedom and that there is absolutely no difference between a man and a woman. 

I have nooooo issue with a civil society giving scholarships for underrepresented minorities in certain fields. For example, as an engineer, women always get the upper hand in the industry due to their low numbers. However, if you want to start completely segregating certain skills and topics as “women” activities, that’s the issue, it breeds more sexism that way. 

wakeupthedrones replied to your post: Opinions on non muslim women that wear hijab?

I think its beautiful, the hijab is for any women who is modest, who wants to be respected, to be judged based on her intelligence rather than looks. :) You have my respect. xx :)

:) Intelligence is attractive. xD I had a talk about this with a couple friends earlier today because one of them does wear the hijab and the other thought it was just something that was only for muslim women and a lot of other people do as well.