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  • Women's Rights Activist:

    Now let's tackle the delicate issue of rape. There are too many instances of women being raped and something needs to be done.

  • Men's Rights Activist:

    Absolutely - but we feel that it is also important to note and bring light to the fact that males get raped too, and women can also be rapists.

  • WRA:

    Absolutely - what do you think Egalitarian?

  • Egalitarian:

    I think with careful attention to all victims of rape, and not specifically turning it into a gendered issue, we can focus more precisely on what causes rape and try to counter it. We believe that demonising one group of people isn't the way forward, especially with such sensitive topics like rape.

  • --The door comes crashing down.--

  • Feminist:

    IMAGINE A BOWL OF M&MS

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The Latest Double-Standard

just-smith:

Female version of a product is created

Tumblr: This is disgusting, why do they think women aren’t good enough to use the standard product? Why must we always paint men as the norm and women as other, when we should be equal? Stop forcing us in this restrictive box of femininity, we can use the same product as everyone else. The brand should stop forcing this on women.

Reality: This is a marketing gimmick. Some people will be more likely to buy a special version targeted at them and so it helps expand the brand and boost sales. You don’t have to buy it if you don’t want to.

Male version of a product is created

Tumblr: This is hilarious, do men think they’re too good to use the standard product? How fragile is masculinity, if men demand special versions of everything just to preserve it, out of fear of being seen equal to women? Men need to stop hiding in their tiny box of masculinity; they can use the same product as everybody else. Men should stop forcing this on the brand.

Reality: This is a marketing gimmick. Some people will be more likely to buy a special version targeted at them and so it helps expand the brand and boost sales. You don’t have to buy it if you don’t want to.