• I'm queasy, but I want to be a doctor... should I reconsider?

    I've wanted to go into architecture my entire life, but recently I've discovered pediatric oncology (a doctor that studies cancers in children) and it has really sparked my interest. My mother passed away from cancer when I was 9, so I feel like this is something that would really interest me, and imagining... show more
    I've wanted to go into architecture my entire life, but recently I've discovered pediatric oncology (a doctor that studies cancers in children) and it has really sparked my interest. My mother passed away from cancer when I was 9, so I feel like this is something that would really interest me, and imagining myself walking into a room filled with patients suffering from this disease and seeing their faces light up in delight makes my heart so happy. Although there's sad parts to this career, I see many of the good parts, like warning parents of something that is taking over their child's body and assuring them that I will do what is possible to make their lives easier is something that I smile upon. Although, I'm very queasy when it comes to veins and squirting blood and very traumatic injuries, etc. My sister's friends have gone through med school and said that they get used to it, but should I base what I want to do for the rest of my life off of what they say?
    4 answers · Psychology · 3 days ago
  • Will you boycott the SAG awards to take a stand against misandry and gender exclusion?

    They have admittedly decided to ban male presenters from handing out any of the best acting awards, and best stunt-work awards.
    They have admittedly decided to ban male presenters from handing out any of the best acting awards, and best stunt-work awards.
    9 answers · Gender Studies · 10 hours ago
  • Feminists: Why do you blame men for everything?

    You could trip over your shoelaces and still blame men cuz a man created shoelaces
    You could trip over your shoelaces and still blame men cuz a man created shoelaces
    12 answers · Gender Studies · 21 hours ago
  • Why are men required to sign up for selective service and women don't? It seems sexist towards men to me...?

    I don't particularly like the idea of mandatory draft in general, but why are men required to sign up at 18 or face a felony charge when women are not required to?
    I don't particularly like the idea of mandatory draft in general, but why are men required to sign up at 18 or face a felony charge when women are not required to?
    27 answers · Gender Studies · 2 days ago
  • Feminists, is this what you would classify as "male privilege"?

    Best answer: "Feminists, is this what you would classify as "male privilege"?" Feminists conveniently ignore the fact that every single legal Right that common men obtained came at the cost of obligating them to a Responsibility. The military obligation for all men as your video shows was the reason that... show more
    Best answer: "Feminists, is this what you would classify as "male privilege"?"

    Feminists conveniently ignore the fact that every single legal Right that common men obtained came at the cost of obligating them to a Responsibility. The military obligation for all men as your video shows was the reason that common men ever received their Right to vote. As we all know ... women are still exempt from even the Selective Service obligation to this very day while men are not. Women have the Right to vote.

    That is a full privilege that feminists completely gloss over like all other actual female privileges whereby ALL women are exempt from a Responsibility while ALL men are obligated. Feminists ignore these properly dictionary-defined privileges while pushing random social nonsense as "male privilege" such as "slvt-shaming" and "objectification" and so on whereby these do not occur to ALL women while ALL men are free of them.

    Of course, if we use the feminist measure for "male privilege", then "female privilege" is even greater in scope. Check out the link to see for yourself.
    https://mensresistance.wordpress.com/fem...
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    5 answers · Gender Studies · 2 days ago
  • Why do many feminists shame fit “skinny” women who are healthy and not anorexic?

    While glorifying obesity which is known to be a huge health risk? How is this helpful?
    While glorifying obesity which is known to be a huge health risk? How is this helpful?
    14 answers · Gender Studies · 2 days ago
  • Why do people say they love animals but also eat them?

    Aren t they just being hypocrites?
    Aren t they just being hypocrites?
    31 answers · Other - Social Science · 2 days ago
  • Why is the gender pay gap an issue when the Equal Pay Act of 1963 (USA) is supposed to prevent it?

    The studies that I have seen regarding this issue are just averages of salaries for men, and women, not accounting for jobs, education levels, amount of time worked, benefits, ets. not for individual salaries. The actual text of the law is: "No employer having employees subject to any provisions of this... show more
    The studies that I have seen regarding this issue are just averages of salaries for men, and women, not accounting for jobs, education levels, amount of time worked, benefits, ets. not for individual salaries. The actual text of the law is: "No employer having employees subject to any provisions of this section shall discriminate, within any establishment in which such employees are employed, between employees on the basis of sex by paying wages to employees in such establishment at a rate less than the rate at which he pays wages to employees of the opposite sex in such establishment for equal work on jobs the performance of which requires equal skill, effort, and responsibility, and which are performed under similar working conditions, except where such payment is made pursuant to (i) a seniority system; (ii) a merit system; (iii) a system which measures earnings by quantity or quality of production; or (iv) a differential based on any other factor other than sex: Provided, That an employer who is paying a wage rate differential in violation of this subsection shall not, in order to comply with the provisions of this subsection, reduce the wage rate of any employee." If companies are still doing this, then it is an issue of enforcement, and no amount of protesting will ever change the government or a company's mind on anything. Evil people will do stuff regardless of protests or not. Telling them they are doing something wrong will not make them instantly moral.
    8 answers · Gender Studies · 2 days ago
  • Why am I so nice?

    Yes, I know this sounds weird, but hear me out. I have an extreme social anxiety disorder and suffer from other mental disorders. I've been treated like crap from people and still am. Yet for some reason, my natural instinct is to be incredibly nice to people. I've been able to talk to famous people, the... show more
    Yes, I know this sounds weird, but hear me out. I have an extreme social anxiety disorder and suffer from other mental disorders. I've been treated like crap from people and still am. Yet for some reason, my natural instinct is to be incredibly nice to people. I've been able to talk to famous people, the "mean" girls in school, etc... all because of that. If someone doesn't have a chair to sit in, i naturally get up and let them have it, even if they are horrible to me. If someone needs help with homework, i send links of a ton of resources for them to use and give them tips, even if they aren't nice and it takes me about 20 minutes to do. I just, do it. Like how you naturally breath, i naturally act this way. Does it have anything to do with your DNA or something? I mean like, in 3rd grade I literally spent my entire lunch and recess period helping people work out their problems because it felt so natural for me to do. I just don't understand. Some people are naturally mean, so what makes me naturally nice? I'm sorry if i come off as cocky, i wasn't trying to do so. I was just thinking about it recently and was naturally curious.
    65 answers · Psychology · 4 days ago