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Anonymous asked in Social ScienceGender Studies · 2 months ago

How does feminism and the George Floyd case go together ? ?

Or how is police brutality a feminist issue? 

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  • Shorty
    Lv 6
    1 month ago

    Feminists ( female communists) the direct cause of this mess and the following riots. 

    No doubt about that since they are funded by communists 🇨🇳 China to incite the riots.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Thse 2 are about as common t ech thr

    as Black vs White is which's syg non @

    all & anyone who sees such ms b hgh 

    on drugs !

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  • Foofa
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Women too have been killed by overzealous policing and of course most victims of police violence have female relatives who are left grieving. But in general these two things aren't all that related. Female cops are less likely to physically manhandle a suspect to death but they're also more likely to shoot one. Beyond that there's really not a clear connection. 

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    I follow a lot of celebrities on social media and I haven't seen a single one of them speak negatively against Floyd. They are all for him and against police brutality, racism and all that. They're even telling people to not be silent on the matter. I think people finally understand how serious the matter is and now they're all together on this. Even the feminists. Taylor Swift, etc. They're all very vocal on this matter which is really surprising to me. Most of the soft city females who usually stay indoors and away from men and people of other races... even them, are being vocal about it. I just hope all these things going on would teach the popo a thing or two.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    They're unrelated. Feminism is a movement about women's issues and the George Floyd case is about police brutality, especially toward black men. I think feminists would only be concerned about police brutality if it were toward women.

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  • feminism promotes attitudes of racialized misandry;

    George Floyd was killed because of racialized misandry 

    • Anon2 months agoReport

      Honest question: is it still considered misandry if it's men hating other men? Because then I'd say at least that has been happening throughout human history, whereas the feminist version seems to be relatively more recent.

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