callmeprincesatonight
callmeprincesatonight
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callmeprincesatonight · 2 days ago
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callmeprincesatonight · 2 days ago
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Just a quick reminder - as a general rule, you can't remove (surgically or otherwise) any part of the human body without seeing far reaching consequences across the body as a whole.
Every part of the body is interconnected and, just like with an ecosystem, removing or significantly changing one component will have far-reaching consequences, many of which we probably are completely unaware of within our current understanding.
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callmeprincesatonight · 3 days ago
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It is not desire for autonomy/freedom that is wrong. It is a sound understanding of what autonomy/freedom truly is that is all shot to hell.
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callmeprincesatonight · 3 days ago
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Humility is not a diminishment of self, it is expansion of self beyond the self, to see/serve needs beyond your own, to give not merely in order to get but because you truly empathize with suffering.
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callmeprincesatonight · 3 days ago
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how on earth can you be a radfem and anti-feminist? girl...........
There’s many strings of feminism, I believe in parts of radfem ideology, but I am against liberal feminism. Nothing is absolute, im not “anti-feminist” there’s just parts of feminism that I don’t like. For example, modern feminism attempting to masculinize women, or the notion that being a stay at home mom makes you “weak”, or just the whole thing about throwing away traditional gender roles. I don’t agree with feminists when they say stuff like this. I’m very traditional when it comes to gender but at the same time I believe in some of the ideas pertaining to radical feminism; especially when it comes to standing up for biological women in a world that is trying it’s hardest to erase us.
I guess I’m sort of in the middle lol. I have a love hate relationship with feminism.
I hope that answered your question ♡
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callmeprincesatonight · 3 days ago
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Yes, men also deserve respect. As great cities and the homes we dwell were built on the backs of men. Masculinity is a much needed and enriching energy that fertilizes the world in hopes to lend it shape. It is the sculptor who turns formless clay into a thing of ordered beauty.
When masculinity is in interplay with the feminine, a society is bound to flourish.
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callmeprincesatonight · 4 days ago
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Repeat after me: WOMEN AND MEN ARE DIFFERENT. We have different needs, talents, and predispositions. This is biological and natural. This should not even be controversial.
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callmeprincesatonight · 4 days ago
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callmeprincesatonight · 4 days ago
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it’s unfortunate that we look at women who value raising a family over a career as women who are weak
we have all these kids walking around fucked up
most of us are fucked up from not having adequate parenting
a woman committing to put her family first is deserving of praise
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callmeprincesatonight · 5 days ago
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Via: Belladonna of Saddness (1973)
Still my favorite piece of animation. Depicting the various stages of womanhood through a horrifying lense. From psychedelic orgy montages to a crucifixion, this is definitely not a film for the faint of heart. Nevertheless, it stands as a forgotten classic.
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callmeprincesatonight · 6 days ago
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callmeprincesatonight · 7 days ago
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SHARON TATE photographed by PETER BRÜCHMANN at her Summitridge Drive home, 1968.
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