What non-Feminists and non-Social Justice Warriors believe

Those who oppose the Feminist and Social Justice Warrior mentality tend to accept the following beliefs:

1. The world is sometimes unpleasant, and that one must endure and that the choice response is to develop strength and skills to handle circumstances.

2. The measure for assessing harm is an empirical and materialistic one; it is not emotional or psychological responses.

3. An individual is responsible and accountable for their own destiny and response to the world.

4. Collaboration, open discussion and debate of challenging ideas is superior in finding the best idea; following a ready-made formula is not..

5. It is better to persuade someone though reason than the beat them with emotion.

6. The price of enjoying equal and impartial treatment under just law means accepting one’s obligations toward others as much as we expect the rights that permit us to do so.

Can you think of more?

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2 thoughts on “What non-Feminists and non-Social Justice Warriors believe

  1. Tarnished says:

    7. That male privileges and disadvantages are the other side of the coin to female privileges and disadvantages. No one sex can claim complete victimhood or social advantage.

  2. The price of enjoying equal and impartial treatment under the law means accepting responsibility for ensuring others enjoy it also.

    That’s just a restatement but I think with a distinction. Enjoying the fruits of your labors is much different than enjoying privilege bestowed on you by law. When we act as egalitarians such laws become superfluous and not until they are will we have equality. No manner of law making will change that so seeking protection in the law is the wrong track unless you are physically harmed.

    Education of society is what rewrites the unwritten laws of society. If your ideas do not appeal to society or cannot be accepted by society they will not survive without force.

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