The idea of women and men having equal ranking is not a natural state?
November 11, 2013
In November 4th of 2013, Joss Whedon gets up on stage at Montage Hotel in Los Angeles California and speaks: “So feminist includes the idea that believing men and women to be equal, believing all people to be people, is not a natural state. That we don’t emerge assuming that everybody in the human race is a human, that the idea of equality is just an idea that’s imposed on us. That we are indoctrinated with it, that it’s an agenda.”
Joss Whedon, known as the creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and one of pop culture’s best “feminists” went on what the internet argues to be “the most perfect rant about feminism.” Joss Whedon is on the board of Equality Now (non-government human rights organization) and he doesn’t like the word “feminist”. “Ist in its meaning is also a problem for me. Because you can’t be born an ist. It’s not natural.”
As a female I am very involved in what includes my rights and I question innumerable times; what is the difference between what I have in my pants and what men do? Only females should make laws for females. The article, “So apparently feminism in not a natural state.” will ask questions about feminism such as: Is feminism a natural state? Who made feminism up? Is feminism even made up? What makes men more “superior” than woman?