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8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?

Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?

Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?

In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?

Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?

Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?

Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?

Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?

Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?

Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?
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8/29/2016 10:11:34 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?
No
Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?
No
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?
Don't care
In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?
No
Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?
No
Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?
Not entirely
Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?
No
Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?
Don't care
Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?
Don't care
Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?
Yes, and so should men

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8/29/2016 10:26:11 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?

No and to boot it is bad business. You put in the people who will make you the most money. There are some exceptions, of course, where gender is a qualifying trait. I would definitely hire a less qualified female than male, if I were hiring at a breastaurant. However, that does raise the perspective question of whether such restaurant concepts are themselves misogyinistic.

Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?

No

Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?

There of course are going to be clothing that is typically applicable to gender. In a general sense the answer is no, however in a formal business setting I would not allow men to wear skirts and thus require pantyhose unless they are truely transgender and trying to dress the gender of their identity. I definitely would not force woment to wear skirts or high heels.

In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?

No
Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?

No
Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?

No
Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?

No
Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?

No. However one needs to question hyphenation.

Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?

No
Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?

No
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8/29/2016 11:10:35 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?
No
Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?
No
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?
No
In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?
No
Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?
No
Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?
No
Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?
Yes to listening, because communication is important in a relationship. The man should also listen to his wife. No to submitting.
Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?
No
Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?
No
Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?
Yes
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8/29/2016 11:35:20 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?

no

Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?

no

Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?

no

In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?

no

Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?

no

Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?

no

Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?

yes.

Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?

yes

Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?

if married: yes
if not married: no

Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?
yes
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8/29/2016 11:45:31 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?
no

Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?
no

Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?
don't care

In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?
no

Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?
no

Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?
It depends. I'd say yes if the woman was married with young kids, especially if the husband was already enlisting

Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?
eh

Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?
sure

Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?
yes

Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?
yes
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8/30/2016 12:50:19 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?

I think that anyone who thinks that hiring decisions turn only on qualifications is incompetent to assess anything related to business.

Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?

I think this question misses the point. "Identical work" is almost never proven in any "glass ceiling" argument.

Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?

Yes, just like it's reasonable for an employer to expect that men shave every day, keep their hair off their ears, wear polished shoes, refrain from wearing offensive cologne, etc.

In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?

That depends on what people agree too. Part of maintaining a stable relationship is apportioning household responsibility, and women often get the easier end of the stick.

Would you rather mow the grass, clean the gutters, and sweep the chimney, or do the cooking and cleaning inside?

Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?

Of course not, and civilized people don't think so either. This is not a question that is reflective of modern Western gender norms.

Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?

No. In fact I think they should be drafted alongside men.

Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?

I think that part of being in a relationship is listening to the person you're in a relationship with and that applies to both men and women.

Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?

I don't care about this. It is a non-issue.

Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?

I don't care about this, either. It's a non-point.

Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?

Personally, even when I'm married, I don't expect to wear a wedding ring. If people want rings, then let them wear rings. If not, then not. This is something I don't care about either.
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8/30/2016 1:10:01 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?
No

Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?
No

Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?
No

In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?
No

Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?
No

Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?
No

Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?
Depends on their personalities

Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?
No

Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?
Yes if married.

Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?
Yes
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8/30/2016 1:19:38 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?
No.

Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?
No.

Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?
No.

In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?
No. However, if the woman wants to do the cooking, cleaning, or other homemaking duties, I don't think that she should be stopped from doing that.

Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?
No. The same thing goes for women. Sex should be agreed upon rather than forced on someone. It doesn't matter if the two parties in question are married or not.

Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?
No. However, I do believe that men are more qualified to do military combat positions than women for the simple fact that the average man is stronger than the average woman. If a woman can meet those requirements, then they should be allowed the same position as a man.

Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?
No. There's absolutely nothing wrong with being submissive in a relationship, but women shouldn't be expected to take that role just because of their gender. I have a similar stance on this and the question on house work: if the woman wants to be submissive in w relationship, then nothing should stop her. If she wants to be dominant, that's great too.

Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?
No.

Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?
If the mother would prefer the child's last name to be her own, then I see no problem with it.

Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?
If they don't want to wear a wedding ring, that's their choice.
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8/30/2016 1:41:13 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?

No.

Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?

If "identical" also means equal quality, then no, it isn't reasonable.

Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?

No.

In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?

No.

Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?

No, nor vice versa.

Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?

No, that would be an instance of gross inefficiency. Even if I were a sexist I wouldn't support that.

Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?

No, nor vice versa.

Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?

No.

Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?

Not necessarily.

Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?

No, nor vice versa, though I don't see how that's an instance of sexism or has anything to do with sexism. Expectation to wear a wedding ring is irrespective of gender in most cultures.

I will note that many of your questions could be interpreted "vice versa" as well, so this is a fundamental misunderstanding -- it seems to me -- of how sexism works. Sexism harms some men and some women because it places different expectations to them. A working woman might be taboo in one society, but the same society probably also taboos a man who doesn't work.
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8/30/2016 2:08:15 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?
No.
Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?
Yes, as long as the employer does so because of one employee being more productive or some other justifiable reason.
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?
Yes.
In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?
No.
Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?
No.
Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?
No.
Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?
No.
Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?
I really don't care, but it's a harmless tradition, so why bother changing it?
Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?
It depends.
Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?
Yes.
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8/30/2016 2:21:45 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?

No

Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?

No

Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?

I'm not a fan of "strict" dress codes in general.

In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?

No

Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?

No

Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?

No

Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?

No.

Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?

That's their choice. I prefer matrilineal marriages, but whatevs.

Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?

That's their choice. I prefer matrilineal marriages, but whatevs.

Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?

That's their choice.
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8/30/2016 2:49:10 AM
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At 8/30/2016 12:52:39 AM, YYW wrote:
Also, the OP sounds like a feminazi.

IS a feminazi.
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8/30/2016 3:15:31 AM
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At 8/30/2016 2:49:10 AM, bballcrook21 wrote:
At 8/30/2016 12:52:39 AM, YYW wrote:
Also, the OP sounds like a feminazi.

IS a feminazi.

Pretty much
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8/30/2016 3:16:56 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?

No

Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?

Assuming that literally the only relevant difference between the two workers is gender, no

Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?

Wait, you're suggesting that men be made to wear high heels and short skirts?

In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?

Assuming that the husband is the breadwinner and that his responsibilities are equally laborious as those of his wife, it should be, though I don't think it's unreasonable to expect the husband to help out around the house somewhat.

Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?

No, and he has no right to rape her, but if a wife *never* or very rarely has sex with her husband (who wants it much more frequently), barring some compelling excuse (such as sex being painful), it'd be quite selfish of her and her actions should be seen as unreasonable by her peers.

Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?

Not excluded, but I don't think that women should serve in the military. Considering that women don't generally have the "love of war" that men do, and that war involves getting shot at, I don't see why women find this unfair.

Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?

Provided that he is fulfilling his responsibilities as a husband and providing for her physical and emotional needs, yes. That being said, "always" seems like a bit much. More like "usually", or "most of the time".

Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?

Yes.

Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?

Yes.

Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?

Uh, yeah, but so should men.
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8/30/2016 3:21:19 AM
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A prerequisite for male dominance is that he's doing over 50% of all the work divided between the husband and the wife that the family needs done (I.e. making money, housework, etc). If he does this, then he has a right to be the dominant partner (within reason). A lazy husband has no right to dominance.
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8/30/2016 3:41:20 AM
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At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?

Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?

Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?

In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?

Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?

Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?

Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?

Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?

Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?

Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?

I'm forever accused of misogyny. According to your test I am not guilty. Now I am instead confused.
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8/30/2016 3:55:58 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?

The employer can choose whomever he or she wants.

Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?

Identical as in? They both produce the same amount of product? Or they fulfill the same role as a part of a company?

Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?

Once again, the worker is working voluntarily. The business can't force her to work. So yes. Willing to explain this if you don't understand how labor is traded voluntarily.

In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?

No, obviously not. That is to be worked out by the couple.

Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?

No. Sex ought to be voluntary by both parties.

Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?

Yes, from certain positions.

Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?

Both parties should always listen to each other. What is this question?

Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?

Yes.

Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?

If they are married, yes. If the child is born outside a marriage, that should be decided by who is taking care of the child.

Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?

Yes, and so should men. It is a sign of a everlasting relationship on earth. You shouldn't be ashamed of it, that's for sure.

So, how do I score on your political correctness scale? :)
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8/30/2016 4:32:10 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/30/2016 3:15:31 AM, YYW wrote:
At 8/30/2016 2:49:10 AM, bballcrook21 wrote:
At 8/30/2016 12:52:39 AM, YYW wrote:
Also, the OP sounds like a feminazi.

IS a feminazi.

Pretty much

This moron said the Olympics are sexist because there's a difference in sports choice between men and women.
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8/30/2016 4:36:50 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?
no
Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?
no, but no two people ever do identical work.
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?
no, what men wear high heels or skirts though?
In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?
no
Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?
no
Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?
no
Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?
no
Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?
doesn't matter
Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?
doesn't matter
Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?
doesn't matter

How much of a misogynist am I?

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8/30/2016 5:42:17 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
This is a terrible test
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8/30/2016 5:42:51 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/30/2016 4:32:10 AM, triangle.128k wrote:
At 8/30/2016 3:15:31 AM, YYW wrote:
At 8/30/2016 2:49:10 AM, bballcrook21 wrote:
At 8/30/2016 12:52:39 AM, YYW wrote:
Also, the OP sounds like a feminazi.

IS a feminazi.

Pretty much

This moron said the Olympics are sexist because there's a difference in sports choice between men and women.

Yeah, it's concluded that she is a feminazi.
If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in 5 years there'd be a shortage of sand. - Friedman

Underlying most arguments against the free market is a lack of belief in freedom itself. -Friedman

Nothing is so permanent as a temporary government program. - Friedman

Society will never be free until the last Democrat is strangled with the entrails of the last Communist.
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8/30/2016 9:02:15 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:

Gonna try this out because I've been told by a few feminists before, that I have "internalized misogyny".

After an overview of these questions: most of them don't demonstrate someone's misogyny whatsoever. This isn't an "are you a misogynist?" test, but an opinion test. Just because in some cases I agree with the question, doesn't mean I'm a misogynist.

Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?

No.

Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?

Depends. Some people know how to negotiate for raises, so they obtain them. If you mean in the context of being paid less due to gender discrimination, then no, and this is also illegal in most countries.

Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?

I'd say yes. You can't expect the employer to give men and women the same dress code standards, like for example making them both wear makeup, or making them both wear heels. Giving them both appropriate dress codes, according to their gender, isn't a bad thing.

In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?

No. Both should contribute, but the person who works less/is less busy, should possibly contribute more (no matter what their gender is).

Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?

No and women shouldn't feel entitled to sex from their husbands either. I've read many cases in which women almost force their husbands to pretty much have sex with them.

Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?

No, if they truly do meet the necessary standards. Also, if men have to be drafted, so should women.

Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?

Yes and no. Both the man and the woman should listen to each other according to the different situation they're in. Women shouldn't have a submissive role in the relationship, but being in a relationship and listening to one another, is important.

Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?

No, it should be her choice.

Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?

No. I personally am of the opinion that they get both surnames, unless one of the parents is absent. I think that's the fairest thing to do. This is coming from a person that has been directly affected by this, which is why I have this opinion.

Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?

Yes, and so should married men.
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8/30/2016 12:09:06 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?

Depends on the job.

Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?

Yes.

Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?

This requires a bit more fleshing out, but men wearing high heels and skirts might detract from the business.

In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?

No.

Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?

No.

Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?

Yes, at least for active combat roles.

Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?

This is a compounded question. It needs to be broken up. Yes, a woman should always listen to her husband, however "take a submissive role" should be a separate yes or no, which would to me, be a "no", though this question too needs fleshing out. 'always' is a pain.

Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?

no.

Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?

I would be inclined to say yes.

Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?

Yes.
Here we have an advocate for Islamic arranged marriages demonstrating that children can consent to sex.
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8/30/2016 1:19:30 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?

Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?

Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?

In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?

Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?

Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?

Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?

Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?

Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?

Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?

The second one is based off the wage gap I assume, which is proven false, the others I don't agree with but I also wouldn't say they are common outside of jokes.
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8/30/2016 6:54:05 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/30/2016 3:15:31 AM, YYW wrote:
At 8/30/2016 2:49:10 AM, bballcrook21 wrote:
At 8/30/2016 12:52:39 AM, YYW wrote:
Also, the OP sounds like a feminazi.

IS a feminazi.

Pretty much

Believes in a wage gap and takes people serious when they say 'stay in the kitchen', enough evidence for me.
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8/30/2016 7:10:34 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
A misogynist could theoretically answer no to all these questions and still be a misogynist. Not a great test.
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8/30/2016 7:23:11 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/29/2016 10:11:34 PM, someloser wrote:
At 8/29/2016 9:52:02 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to choose a less qualified man for job over a more qualified woman?
No
Do you think it's reasonable for an employer to pay a male employee more money than a female employee for doing identical work?
No
Do you think it's acceptable for an employer to make it mandatory for female employees to abide to certain dress standards such as wearing high heels or skirts but not enforce these same standards on male employees?
Don't care

It's a bit of a pain if your a woman and you have to spend all day on your feet in high heels while male colleagues get to wear flat shoes. Why not give women the option to wear flat shoes and trousers?

In a heterosexual relationship do you think it's always the responsibility of the woman to do all of the cooking and cleaning?
No
Do you think it's a man's right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants after she agrees to marry him?
No
Do you think women should be excluded from the military even if they meet all of the standards of performance and capability men are required to meet?
Not entirely

In what circumstances would you exclude them, if at all?

Do you think a woman should always listen to her husband and take a submissive role in a relationship?
No
Do you think a woman should always change her surname to that of her husband upon getting married?
Don't care

Do you think that children should always be given the surname of their father?
Don't care
Do you think that married women should be expected to wear a wedding ring?
Yes, and so should men

What's my score?

Our only area of disagreement appears to be the question on the military so 9/10.