Lia S wrote:I did notice there was a bad joke. Often the best thing to do after a bad joke is to ignore it (which also is a way to express disapproval). If someone else had commented that the joke was funny, that would have been the right time to say "no, that isn't funny".Alice Macher wrote:What Tamar said, including the high-five for Ollie.
But while I'm at it, I wonder what an "überfeminazi" (please note the correct spelling of über) is. Is it, like, a higher rank of feminazi? Do I earn it after I burn enough bras or something?
Not bras. Men.
I'm quite disappointed to see the term "feminazi" on these forums, comparing feminists to nazis means saying that those who want to end oppression of both men and women are really the oppressors. But I have a feeling we won't see it again.
Lia, I agree entirely. I was just going to ignore the joke. It was horrible, and I find that making a fuss about something often leads to problems rather than solving them. Sure, if someone makes a habit of doing things like constantly call something, say, sexual molestation when it isn't, or constantly makes jokes about beating people- well, THEN I will comment.
Oh, and even though I'm uncomfortable with men. . .I still don't recommend burning them.