Should women have the vote?


#401

[QUOTE=“Chrome, post: 211987, member: 3050”]I just explained it.[/QUOTE]

How? Just because men have dominated society, doesn’t mean they’re any better or superior to women, they’ve simply been able to work there way up the social ladder. As women are the ones who can have children, they take time out of their jobs to care for their children, so men have been able to work more and therefore get into higher status jobs. That doesn’t mean that women are inferior, just that men don’t have the same responsibilities that women do, allowing them to get into more influential positions.


#402

[QUOTE=“Frankie, post: 212031, member: 3177”]How? Just because men have dominated society, doesn’t mean they’re any better or superior to women, they’ve simply been able to work there way up the social ladder.[/QUOTE]

Making them better.

[QUOTE=“Frankie, post: 212031, member: 3177”]As women are the ones who can have children, they take time out of their jobs to care for their children, so men have been able to work more and therefore get into higher status jobs. [/QUOTE]

So we’re winning by default, what’s your point?

[QUOTE=“Frankie, post: 212031, member: 3177”]That doesn’t mean that women are inferior, just that men don’t have the same responsibilities that women do, allowing them to get into more influential positions.[/QUOTE]

And women don’t have the same responsibilities as men.


#403

[QUOTE=“Hedonologist, post: 194187, member: 3”]To everyone in this thread, what benefit has universal suffrage really brought? Given how turnout is, on average the majority of the female elctorate do not even use their vote. In many cases, a woman will only vote because her husband is voting in that way, and in thousands of cases women are outright forced to vote how their husband wishes.[/QUOTE]

To everyone on this thread, what benefit has this irrational argument really brought?

[SIZE=3][B]63.7%[/B][/SIZE]
Percentage of female citizens 18 and older who reported voting in the 2012 American presidential election. By comparison, 59.7 percent of their male counterparts reported voting.


#404

Locking this, there’s only so many arguments that can made on this topic. :stuck_out_tongue:


#405

lmao locked no more!


#406

you’re proof why ohio amish shouldn’t have the vote

learn to use the internet


#407

>amish

nah fam i’m in redneck territory


#408

i remember when this thread was created

#throwback


#409

wtf is the difference