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tealady · 5 years ago
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Everyday Feminism is such a shitty site, I’ve just read that “butches take a step away from female solidarity when they dress and act more masculine”
honestly if you think female solidarity is about lipstick and high heels then you can fuck right off
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candicoated · 2 months ago
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Quick reminder today is the 1 year anniversary of George Floyd's death. A man that did not deserve to be murdered. Let's continue to honor his legacy by fighting police brutality and systematic racism. Also, any trolls in the comments who want bring up Floyd's past or God forbid claims that he deserve to die, will be blocked. Take your hate somewhere else.
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feminismandmedia · 2 years ago
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In the light of all the pushing to ban abortions across the states... We knew. We knew and feared for our rights and you didn't care.
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candicoated · 3 months ago
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Can we talk about how horrible people treat female comedians. Like the whole 'F in women stands for funny' , is just ignorant, not clever and sexist. Like some these YouTube channels out here really be making 40-50 minute videos of them not laughing at some successful female comedian's stand up just to prove a point. Because those videos definitely not only give woman more attention but money as well from your views. Like, wow Chad, you definitely showed me, I definitely want to see 50 minutes of you being a douche and getting bummed out that some women who is way more successful than you will ever be is filling out theatres, while you cry about feminists, POCs and LGBTQs on your 300k subscribed political channel. You sure showed me. Like this whole idea implies that women comedian is not funny cause of her joke execution, her script, or type of humor but simply the fact that she is a woman. But y'all can listen to male comedians tell the same jokes from their perspective and it's comedic gold. It's the hypocrisy for me, though. Just say you have no original content and go.
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candicoated · 3 months ago
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Like no y'all criticize people like Jojo Siwa for being childish and hyper at her age but angry at girls the same age or younger than as her acting like grown women. Make up y'all mind. What do y'all want? You demonize young girls for being childish and liking things gear towards younger age groups and you demonize girls for liking things that are too mature for them and acting grown. Please let girls be themselves, society already forces women to grow up quick enough. You guys antagonizing kids and teen for enjoy their youth is dumb and frustrating. And even in general when it comes to communities of color, y'all want kids to stay as kids but then at the same time criticize them for acting like...kids? It's just one big issue between people wanting their children to remain innocent but at the same time not let those children embrace those same enthusiasm and child like wonder and emotions as they grow older. Like gosh I could make a whole essay on it.
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dcroar-x · a year ago
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🌺THIS IS A TRANSFEMININE POSITIVITY POST 🌺
If you are transfeminine you are valid, loved, and supported. You have a community to who supports you and everything you do! You can and will achieve great things!!!! I'm so proud of you!!!!
*this includes ALL transfem people!!!! including transwomen and transfem enbies*
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*do not derail*
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piratepress · a year ago
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Tumblr flagged my post showing a video of females basically admitting that rape is an on the table option whenever they want sex and the man doesn't
Not even a hint of nudity or adult content. Why would you censor this video? @staff @lastsonlost
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Whenever someone tries to use the oppression olympics to shut down your activism, send them a link to this excellent video by Riley J. Dennis <3. Oh and here’s a note too from the editors of Everyday Feminism:
Ever come across a conversation about a social justice issue and wondered: “Don’t you have more important issues to worry about?”
You’re sure not the only one – but before you join the crowd of people asking this question, check out what Riley J. Dennis has to say about it.
Riley gets this question often, and she has a really good point about what you’re missing if you’re demanding to know why someone who cares about one issue isn’t focusing on other important ones.
Activists are really tired of this question – so let’s settle this once and for all.
With Love, The Editors at Everyday Feminism
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clairelunes · a year ago
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“teach her to reject likeability. her job is not to make herself likeable, her job is to be her full self, a self that is honest and aware of the equal humanity of other people.”
— dear ijeawele, or a feminist manifesto in fifteen suggestions by chimamanda ngozi adichie.
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A reminder for any young lady who finds themselves pregnant with an unplanned pregnancy
You are capable of still reaching your dreams as a mom
Your life is not over if you decide to keep the baby
You have options besides abortion
There are plenty of resources for you
DONT LET ANYONE TELL YOU ABORTION IS YOUR ONLY OPTION OR TRY TO BULLY YOU INTO IT
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starsdahb · 8 months ago
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When the vice president is a WOMAN of COLOR 💅🏼💅🏼💅🏼
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fluence · a month ago
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https://www.instagram.com/fluence.co/ What frustrations have you had as a woman trying to get a promotion? What tips would you give other women? Scroll to the end for our tips on getting promoted ➡️
Read and see more content like this on our IG: https://www.instagram.com/fluence.co/
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plannedparenthood · 5 years ago
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You are strong. Your feelings are valid. Your memory is trustworthy. If you feel hurt, you have been hurt. If you feel angry, someone has upset you. Your lived experiences are your own – and you have every right to feel through them and to react to things that have done you harm. You are worthy and capable of being able to trust yourself again.
Everyday Feminism on Gaslighting
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