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Of course we all want human rights. But saying therefore we shouldn't have feminism, men's lib, and other movements to address specific problems is like arguing we should just have science, not dividing up physics and chemistry and biology or we should just have Repairism and get rid of car repair, plumbers, etc.. Different specific problems within the goal of securing equal rights for all. Progress has been made in acknowledging men’s and father’s rights, but there still is an institutional bias in place. Particularly in family law courts, a way of law has emerged that has elevated the interest of women above the interest of men. Thus, men’s rights have become a civil rights issue. When you think of the progress the United States has made in civil rights, men’s rights have been neglected. It’s time a light is shone on this issue and there be the same sort of concern over fair play that is awarded other individuals.level 2benjick-33 points · 1 year agoMore than 1 childContinue this thread level 2[deleted]-10 points · 1 year ago0 childrenlevel 169 points · 1 year agoI would very much like to see the male / female ratio of these students that will eventually become surgeons. I suspect that a significant percentage of women physicians will be general practitioners and pediatricians. I fear we will hear (in the very near future) about the problems hospitals are having of recruiting surgeons.
It's because they don't understand that there's a difference between "men and women are equal" and "men and women are the same."level 24 points · 1 year agoFeminism in the workplace only applies to the nice, cushy, white collar office jobsYou’re correct, medicine as a whole is relatively 50/50 these days, but the split by speciality is huge, with barely any female surgeons, and a majority of GPs, paediatricians and psychiatrists being female.level 28 points · 1 year agohttps://members.aamc.org/eweb/upload/Physician%20Specialty%20Databook%202014.pdf God, there is so much shit on this site, Meeink told me, apparently getting pretty exasperated at me for making him read so much Reddit (sorry, Frank). But the amazing thing is that when men's rights activists compare domestic abuse to manipulation, they're comparing a fucking tragedy to something that is, essentially, a rite of passage
If it helps, I'm a woman going into the plumbing trade. What? You wanna pay be 30 bucks an hour to fix pipes and occasionally roll around in some gross shit?EDIT: I think what we’re all learning here is that ladies, it’s literally not possible to be too forward.level 23 points · 1 year agoIt's amazing that we recognize that there can be significant differences between cultures, and we accept that. I ask because I think most women have been made to feel truly uncomfortable by a man creeping on them at least at some point in their lives. I wonder how many men have had a similar experience? This got serious fast. I hope you guys are getting and have gotten help. I can't imagine what you've been through. Edit 2: RIP my inbox Women and men, even if they had exactly the same birthrates, still aren't going to have exactly the same grades, dropout rates, or degrees in school.
These are just a few of the issues discussed on this sub, affecting men and boys from around the globe: yep, not a problem for the "gender imbalance" there, feminists and SJW's claim to want to dismantle "traditional gender roles", except when it means assuming their fair share of jobs they don't want.It does take alot, I am not sure about America but doctors no matter the gender do not have it easy by any means.Yet some people absolutely lose their shit if you suggest men and women, which are two fundamentally different things in many ways, are... different.
More women joining the feild is a good thing but it shouldn't be politicized, it should be celebrated that more PEOPLE wanna be doctors not just because they are women.The more qualified people and doctors we have men or women, isn't that better for the world? We need better and more effective treatment for our vulnerable and sick.I know the title isn't great, and it looks like its off a silly website like vox or buzzfeed but try to look at it like this.However, I wouldn't saying being a doctor is an 'easy' or a 'top CEO, STEM or political job'And even if this were also true, women wouldn't necessarily have the same subsequent job interests, life choices, or financial choices that men do.
There's nothing wrong with guys wanting to be in a relationship or hookup with a women obviously but how would you go about finding and making a purely platonic male friend.Joseph Cordell, Principal Partner, licensed in MO and IL only. Michelle Ferreri licensed in PA and NJ only - Philadelphia, PA. Dorothy Walsh Ripka licensed in OH, IL, MO, KY and TX only. Jerrad Ahrens licensed in NE and IA only. Lisa Karges, Florida Resident Partner - Tampa, FL. Giana Messore licensed in AR only – Little Rock, AR. Phyllis MacCutcheon licensed in CT and NM only. Office in Ridgeland, MSAnd even if this were also true, women wouldn't necessarily have the same career interests as men 100% of the time.
Like if say, 70% of doctors today are male, and this is the first time there's a female majority at med schools (so I'll assume it's likely ~55% female and not some insane unbalance) I seriously doubt that's going to make a big dent in the overall balance. It would require a few years of more women than men to reach an overall gender balanced field (to the extent that is important, which for medicine it probably is since empathizing with patients is a piece of the puzzle and so representation will matter).I was in love with a close friend who was not into me (we stayed best friends). After a night out, we had sex (he initiated it). I know it didn’t mean anything for him but I’m wondering why he would do it? Does it feed your ego if someone is obviously into you and does anything for you? Shouldn’t a friend care about hurting your feelings even more?
At the most basic level, men's rights are the legal rights that are granted to men. However, any issue that pertains to men's relationship to society is also a topic suitable for this subreddit. Men's rights are influenced by the way men are perceived by others yep, and all the jobs that are dangerous, dirty, boring, that men dominate, complete with 98% workplace injuries and fatalities...? You got it, dog. I will hit whatever you need with a hammer if you tell me you'll toss that much money my way.