Ok. Logic: Let us say we stop where the person on the right stops in the argument. Does it relate to equality or feminism? He is speaking of physiology, using a premise of pregnancy vs ejaculation in a cost analysis (in evolution presumably). Does it line up with equality or feminism? No.

Ok. Logic:
Let us say we stop where the person on the right stops in the argument.
Does it relate to equality or feminism?
He is speaking of physiology, using a premise of pregnancy vs ejaculation in a cost analysis (in evolution presumably).
Does it line up with equality or feminism?
No.
If that was the hooded characters full and complete answer, it leaves the reader nowhere.
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So you are extremist in your reading of the  #feminism /  #equality but banal and tame in your reading of the hooded guy on the right side?
Realistically, is the extreme position you are reading in the common bell curve middle the most common bell curve position or is it representative of the “standard biology is under attack” narrative?
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In short, the perceived threat of “woke twitter” is vastly over-represented, if this is what your reading of the chart implies.
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I would say instead that you hold the common position, the standard center-left to center-right position as represented by a certain #1 podcaster for example
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A Joe Rogan-esque position could just as easily hold a  #equality  #feminism position without being at any kind of extreme and a Joe Rogan-esque position would necessarily be a common position as his is a common show listened to by common men who generally aren’t against equality or feminism, just against stuff they don’t understand like high-minded gender discussion

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