[QUOTE=“Plopern, post: 233587, member: 265”]I believe in equal [I]rights[/I], not equality as in a world with a 50/50 gender split on everything as that defies biology, I think there is a reasonable difference between men and women in several ways. Does that mean I’m egalitarian? I’m never sure[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=“Medvekoma, post: 233590, member: 1394”]I’m never sure either, but I think we both are. I believe that men and women are different for the sake of being able to build a better society. Like in the case of Lions.[/QUOTE]
Egalitarianism is defined by treating everyone equally regardless of race, sex, gender, orientation, etc, which inherently is in disfavour of say, gender roles, and traditional views on men/women.
You don’t have to be an egalitarian to support equal rights, either.