When I'm talking about social equality between men and women I'm talking about it in a very literal sense -- the equality in the right to self-determination. Not the right simply for women to expand their roles in society and enter spheres of political power, but for men to also have the liberty of choice to resume roles in child rearing that were eradicated with the industrial revolution.
You can simply type in [quote ] to begin a quote and [/quote ] to end a quote. I of course left a space so I could demononstrate. You can do this for all of the other functions as well, italics, bolding, underlining, etc... Simply use the first letter for those, such as [i ] for italics open, and [/i ] for italics end. Same for bold, same for underline. And that's about the extent of my genius.
I view feminism in this regards. Think of feminism as a single party. As in the Orwellian sence from 1984. Most feminists make up the 'outer party' and the rest of society are the proles. The 'inner party' is made up of in my opinion mostly men. These men dictate and propagate for their own purposes.
In fact giving women the right to vote I think was designed to take away the right to vote for everyone in England. This is a theory I've been working on lately. It comes from the City of London and was designed to give them extreme powers. These people consider us nothing better than livestock.
Anyways, think of a pyramid. The top goes to the 'elite' who control the media and the workings, world finances, world banking, oil, pharmacuticals, land barrens etc... The next is the duped masses of rising feminists in political streams. They want 'parity' etc... and spout the dogma, write the literature, teach the classes etc... Then the bottom is everyone else.
I'm not saying it's true. I'm just saying it's a thought. Something to consider, especially in regards to historical feminism. Essentially I am saying Karl Marx was an agent of the Crown.