--The Tired Genius--: This internet forum entity is simply too tired to exercise their brain. Without a doubt, they've heard it all before, but strangely, their brain is so tired that they often struggle to make a reasonable argument.
Germlat, thanks for the reply!
The majority of your responses are a personal attack. This was expected (that's fine, I'll just ignore it as it does nothing for either of us, and honestly, this approach can't possibly help you in the long run), but don't you agree that anyone with a small amount of intelligence will see the fallacy in your argument?
Your first sentence is actually quite revealing, and it gives me faith that we can continue this argument. I'm actually a bit surprised that you brought it up...its almost like it was planned. Although, now is not the time to extend in that direction (judging by the responses, that time may never come).
I'd like to metion that I see you as the most intelligent one here, that part is clear. Alas, there are plenty of ignorant folk here as well, and this dance starts with them. Since I hope to see you again, I'll give you a heads up. Look at the chromosomes that differentiate the male and female sex, xx and xy. One of those combinations supports many variations, and the other, not so much. Amusingly, your argument supports mine, but like I said. This is not the time for those details.
Secondly, you addressed my interpretation of Beyonce.
Does she represent all women?
Of course not!
Does she represent modern feminism?
Of course, yep, clearly, affirmative, without a doubt.
Using mans (type::burly) logic, she must also represent the foundation that feminism was built upon, AKA: Womens Studies. If you read my initial post, carefully, you should realize my argument is targeting a bigger point. Beyonce is an example of an idea, she's a poster child for the illegitimate subject we've come to know as (modern) Women's Studies.