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Topic: If you wake up everyone dies.

itwasanokday !iLoVeYOUvM started this discussion 2 months ago #73,076

As women, we do not recognize ourselves in this feminism which, beyond the denunciation of abuses of power, takes on the face of a hatred of men and of sexuality. We believe that the freedom to say no to a sexual proposition is not without the freedom to bother. And we consider that one must be able to reply to this freedom to bother in other ways than by locking ourselves in the role of prey. For those of us who have chosen to have children, we believe that it makes more sense to raise our daughters so that they are informed and aware enough to be able to live life to the fullest without being intimidated or made to feel guilty. The accidents that can affect a woman's body do not necessarily affect her dignity and should not, however hard they may be, necessarily turn her into a perpetual victim. Because we are not reduced to our body. Our inner freedom is inviolable. And this freedom that we cherish is not without risks and responsibilities

itwasanokday !iLoVeYOUvM (OP) double-posted this 2 months ago, 23 minutes later[^] [v] #872,490

#metoo has de facto led to, in the press and on social networks, a campaign of public denunciations and indictments of individuals who, without being given the opportunity to respond or defend themselves, have been put on exactly the same level as convicted sexual offenders. This expeditious justice already claimed victims, men punished in the exercise of their profession, forced to resign, etc., whose only wrongdoings are to have touched a knee, tried to steal a kiss, talked about "intimate" things at a professional dinner or to have sent messages with sexual connotations to a woman whose attraction was not reciprocal. This excitement to send the "pigs" to the slaughterhouse, far from helping women to empower themselves, actually serves the interests of enemies of sexual freedom of, religious extremists, of the worst reactionaries and those who believe, in the name of a substantial conception of good and Victorian morality that goes with it, that women are ‘separate’ beings, children with adult faces begging to be protected. Opposite them, men are called to beat their chest and to find, deep into their retrospective consciousness, a ‘misbehaviour’ that they could have had 10, 20 or 30 years ago, and for which they should repent. The public confession, the foray self-proclaimed prosecutors in a private sphere, all this sets up a sort of totalitarian climate in the society.

itwasanokday !iLoVeYOUvM (OP) triple-posted this 2 months ago, 6 minutes later, 30 minutes after the original post[^] [v] #872,491

the desperate which we have all felt one day, has most passionately converted in a search in good faith
led to sharp and sour heartedness but left a general feeling of understanding and love .. for some

itwasanokday !iLoVeYOUvM (OP) quadruple-posted this 2 months ago, 35 minutes later, 1 hour after the original post[^] [v] #872,512

French actor Catherine Deneuve was one of about 100 female French writers, performers and academics who have written an open letter rejecting the "puritanism" that has emerged since the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

The letter appeared in Le Monde on Monday, one day after Hollywood's elite rallied together at the Golden Globes, the majority of whom dressed in black to mark solidarity with the #metoo movement.

Deneuve and the women in the letter say "macho aggression" is not a crime and that the men who were forced to resign for having "touched a knee, tried to steal a kiss, talked about "intimate" things at a professional dinner" are victims.

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