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Yeah, I have a debate tomorrow and I am backing it for the man dem (no Ashley Cole)..Does anyone know of any decent sites where I can get statistics on women that have more rights then men?Or maybe this topic might inspire me..What's your opinion?Do you think man dem have a right to a say in matters like abortion? child custody? etc.?

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Yeah, I have a debate tomorrow and I am backing it for the man dem (no Ashley Cole)..Does anyone know of any decent sites where I can get statistics on women that have more rights then men?Or maybe this topic might inspire me..What's your opinion?Do you think man dem have a right to a say in matters like abortion? child custody? etc.?
yeah course. takes two to make a baby.

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a topic im very passionate aboutim a strong believer that women shouldnt be allowed to vote, drive (especially busses but not limited to) and a few other things i cant rememberi trust u will think about this post deeply ash
Why not?back it up with a source.

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a topic im very passionate aboutim a strong believer that women shouldnt be allowed to vote, drive (especially busses but not limited to) and a few other things i cant rememberi trust u will think about this post deeply ash
Why not?back it up with a source.
cos theyre stupiddrive like retardsdont know sh*t about politics but still vote
Yeah but you still drool over them a'lie bladrin?

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sean u see the way i had up team deathmatch today. 39 kills, IM THE f*ck*ng GUY.
Oh my days..LMFAO@ you on the head set"oh my gosh... oh my gosh ashman bruv... are you seeing this are you seeing this!"HAHAHAHAHAHASmacked it.p.s. (I didn't know that was you still Nino) :D

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women have traded social responsibility for extreme sexual gratificationi honestly cosign with humanity p in saying womens rights shud be taken awayand plan to start a political party whose supplemental aim is acheiving this goal

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women have traded social responsibility for extreme sexual gratificationi honestly cosign with humanity p in saying womens rights shud be taken awayand plan to start a political party whose supplemental aim is acheiving this goal
Funny you should say this, Ceazy actually feels the same.She feels that women should be mothers at home with the kids, cleaning the house, cooking dinner and men should be the grafters..

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I even know of a few occasions where we have been held up behind a woman driver and my wife has said 'stupid women drivers, they should ban them all' lol

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women have traded social responsibility for extreme sexual gratificationi honestly cosign with humanity p in saying womens rights shud be taken awayand plan to start a political party whose supplemental aim is acheiving this goal
Funny you should say this, Ceazy actually feels the same.She feels that women should be mothers at home with the kids, cleaning the house, cooking dinner and men should be the grafters..
have to cosign yr misses on this one,its thru extensive study of science,society and nature which has drawn me to this conclusion rly ,not as many vipers wud have it that i cant get laid lol,but has she dropped the noob yet if not social is a strong name for a male or female human child imo

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lol at bitches doing anything other than ironing my school shirts and giving me illegal headmy polish maid >>>>

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Let me drop some knowledge on you for a second Ashman..You can argue this from a couple of points of view, but I'll give you three.You could look at it from the point of view of Thomas Paine & Daniel T. Rogers who argued that all human's were born with Natural/God Given Human Rights. Therefore all human beings are equal and discrimination based on sex/gender is wrong. You could also make the point that the social context and government dictated the way people were treated and this impinged upon the natural rights of each human being. So, because of Government we don't act how we'd naturally act to one another.You could look at it from a second wave feminism point of view. Feminists of this ilk such as Key and Pankhurst believed that striving for equal rights between men and women was secondary to completley reforming and restructuring the society which allowed this discrimination to take place in the first place. They argued that women should be recognized and allowed to vote because of their input into the Economy and Labor markets. That as we live in a democratic country, then everyone should be able to have some sort of input into the political system. As women are human beings and all human beings can participate, they should be allowed to vote just as men are.You could look at it from the point of view of Black Abolitionists. Many of whom such as W.E.B. DuBois and Fredrick Douglas believed that the struggle for equal rights for women was intimatley connected with the struggle for racial equality. How can you persecute one group based on race and not persecute another based on gender? Equal rights/voting rights for black women, they believed, would also help in the enfranchisement of black males and allow African Americans to participate more in American life.

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Let me drop some knowledge on you for a second Ashman..You can argue this from a couple of points of view, but I'll give you three.You could look at it from the point of view of Thomas Paine & Daniel T. Rogers who argued that all human's were born with Natural/God Given Human Rights. Therefore all human beings are equal and discrimination based on sex/gender is wrong. You could also make the point that the social context and government dictated the way people were treated and this impinged upon the natural rights of each human being. So, because of Government we don't act how we'd naturally act to one another.You could look at it from a second wave feminism point of view. Feminists of this ilk such as Key and Pankhurst believed that striving for equal rights between men and women was secondary to completley reforming and restructuring the society which allowed this discrimination to take place in the first place. They argued that women should be recognized and allowed to vote because of their input into the Economy and Labor markets. That as we live in a democratic country, then everyone should be able to have some sort of input into the political system. As women are human beings and all human beings can participate, they should be allowed to vote just as men are.You could look at it from the point of view of Black Abolitionists. Many of whom such as W.E.B. DuBois and Fredrick Douglas believed that the struggle for equal rights for women was intimatley connected with the struggle for racial equality. How can you persecute one group based on race and not persecute another based on gender? Equal rights/voting rights for black women, they believed, would also help in the enfranchisement of black males and allow African Americans to participate more in American life.
You are a bad mansafe for that mate

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Ceazy seems to know the levels.I don't think all women should do is cook and clean, but i do rekon a bloke likes a woman to be a woman and a woman likes a bloke to be a bloke.Alow these couples were the man is cleaning all day while the birds at work, some d*ckhead ting.

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men have no rightstbh yr barking up the wrong tree with all this immigration/race businessits the whores trust me,they are 100% behind the downfall of societywith regards to yr debate though u will probly murk with a regurgitated 1970s safe sociological viewpoint on the issue because under this pro-ignorance,pro-mediocrity facist regime that is modern western thinking the uncomftable truth is not acceptable or you will be called a tabloid rapistjust keep pretending its the 70s and 70s theories still apply meanwhile having no understanding of how to cope with evolving changes in the worldmodern men are raped by the judicial system into murdering ther own young due to the frustration of there wives deciding to leave them for a french carpenter and taking the children. and the courts backing these whores 100% on absolutely evrything and expecdting the men to just shut up and pay for the frenchmans life [song]from a distance[/some song] as frenchie probly goes on to rape the children,meanwhile the mother protected by the legally binding maxim- 'a mother knows best',is absolved of all blame for the scenarioonce the homosexual courts stop protecting evry slut on the basis that she is the virgin mary,as a society we can make some advancesthis wont happen in my lifetime thoughps dunno why the guy in this story is french

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to be honest i want women to have more rights cos sooner or later the after effect will show in society and theyll be begging for it to be like back in the day before you know it.

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women have traded social responsibility for extreme sexual gratificationi honestly cosign with humanity p in saying womens rights shud be taken awayand plan to start a political party whose supplemental aim is acheiving this goal
lol them ones thereits nuts that it seems to be baby mothers that rave more than single women dont you think?

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