I have witnessed the screams of mother cows protecting their young It’s spine chilling. GO VEGAN.
SMELL LIKE A MAN
SPORT SCENT SO EVEN WHEN YOUR CLOTHES ARE CLEANED AFTER SPORTS YOU STILL SMELL LIKE SPORTS
SMELLING LIKE SPORTS MEANS YOU ARE A MAN BECAUSE ALL MEN PLAY SPORTS AND IF YOU DO NOT ALWAYS HAVE SPORTS SMELL YOU NEED TO MAN UP!
SMELL LIKE YOU CAN MAN AND ALSO LIKE YOU CAN SPORTS
what i want to know is if, previous to this invention, straight men were afraid to wash their clothes or be clean
Meanwhile, on the other side of the spectrum…
Let’s get a headcount here ladies.
The anger that erupts from people who don’t see the reasoning behind this is PRETTY INTENSE.
If you experience oppression daily, in every day life, from society identifying and treating you as a female, and you actively make an effort to educate yourself on women’s issues internationally, raise awareness in others, vote accordingly, stand up for women even when it isn’t popular, and I repeat—- experience oppression from society identifying and treating you as a female— I believe at that point you can call yourself a feminist.
mugglehistory said: Re feminist men/feminist allies. Even though I personally think cis men can call themselves feminist, I think telling a guy that he can't call himself a 'feminist' is a REALLY good test on seeing whether they are one. If they get angry or try to educate you on why you're wrong = they are not a feminist or an ally.
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It’s the perfect litmus test.
[W]hat the fuck is up with men calling themselves feminists?
I don’t call myself a feminist, because it’s not my call whether I am or not. It’s women’s call. I try not to be a fucking misogynist asshole and do what I can to reduce gender inequity in my professional and personal life, which includes trying to call out myself and other men on misogynist shit.
Making a big melodramatic display of tagging oneself with the “feminist” label seems like transparent male cookie-seeking at best, and cover for some seriously nefarious wackaloon shit at worst[.]
Cis white guy here admitting im not right about everything.
As someone who was raised by a feminist mother and as I have become more educated in recent years have become totally accepting of the tenets of feminism and the dangers of rape culture, it originally didn’t sit well with me when i saw…
"Sandra Fluke heard it when she talked about insurance coverage for birth control. Sara Brown from Boston told me she was first called it at a pool party in the fifth grade because she was wearing a bikini. Courtney Caldwell in Dallas said she was tagged with it after being sexually assaulted as a freshman in high school.
Many women I asked even said that it was not having sex that inspired a young man to start rumors that they were one.
And this is what is so confounding about the word “slut”: it’s arguably the most ubiquitous slur used against women, and yet it’s nearly impossible to define.
… So what makes you a slut? It seems the the only hard and fast rule is that you have to be a woman.”
Jessica Valenti, breaking it down per usual. This is so true: “And because it’s meant to be more of an identity than a label, it’s a term not easily shaken off. ‘Slut’ sticks to a person in a way that ‘asshole’ never will.”
It’s GOT to stop
why is it okay for little girls to act/dress like boys, but not the other way around? i know mothers who pride themselves in having daughters who are tomboys, pride themselves that they raised their daughter not to act like “other girls” (wtf is wrong with other girls? huh? huh? HUH?). they think…