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sassattackcas:

Netflix has supernatural season 9!!!!! How bad of an idea would it be to just marathon the whole season and totally disregard all of my school work…

I did it and got a D on my last test but no regrets because at least if I’m living on the streets I can fight off demons and ghosts and other lethal creatures

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The president of our university

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The president of our university

It is illegal for women to go topless in most cities, yet you can buy a magazine of a woman without her top on at any 7-11 store. So, you can sell breasts, but you cannot wear breasts, in America. Candace Ross-Nelson (via jaybird1868)
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This is exactly true, but I also think that sometimes it can be harder for women to earn that respect. If women lay down the law, they’re bitchy. If they say it like it is, they’re on their period. If a man is brutally honest, he’s just doing his job. Women need to work harder (from my experience) to get the same level of respect as men, who seem to get there easier.

womenagainstfeminism:

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This is exactly true, but I also think that sometimes it can be harder for women to earn that respect. If women lay down the law, they’re bitchy. If they say it like it is, they’re on their period. If a man is brutally honest, he’s just doing his job. Women need to work harder (from my experience) to get the same level of respect as men, who seem to get there easier.

#272 Because of the normalisation of self-hatred.

365reasonstobeafeminist:

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Because the hatred of the own female body has become normalised to the point that listing things you hate about yourself is a perfectly normal pattern of conversation. Telling the sales assistant you can’t wear that dress because you hate your upper-arms or discussing weight-loss with a…

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equalityinomnicide:

Can we at least please admit there is a difference in rape - there is a difference between two drunk college kids having sex and someone holding a gun to your head to shoot you if you try to refuse sex. Can we please admit there is a difference in the rape in those two scenarios?

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criticalfeminismisbest:

I do still like this post, and I don’t think I’m going to delete it. But I think the above diagram is better, and more accurately represents my beliefs.
Anyway, the bottom line is this:
Feminists—I understand your frustration with the fact that your label is stigmatized, and I suppose I get why you think that allowing people to reject the label would add to that stigma. But what I will never understand is why you’re trying harder to fight with the people who reject the label instead of the people who are making it bad. The people who you’re trying to fight are already on your side.
Anti-Feminists—While I may not necessarily think that most feminists get things done or do things in the right way, I do think that most of them have good intentions, and again, if we nitpick or criticize people for identifying as feminists, saying they should reject it because feminism isn’t promoting equality, then that’s not productive. Because the people in the middle circle are doing good things to promote gender equality; they’re just doing it in a more organized fashion under a specific label, as I talked about in my initial post.
I just think that both sides are wasting time fighting that could be better spent working together to achieve gender equality, regardless of how we label ourselves.

criticalfeminismisbest:

I do still like this post, and I don’t think I’m going to delete it. But I think the above diagram is better, and more accurately represents my beliefs.

Anyway, the bottom line is this:

Feminists—I understand your frustration with the fact that your label is stigmatized, and I suppose I get why you think that allowing people to reject the label would add to that stigma. But what I will never understand is why you’re trying harder to fight with the people who reject the label instead of the people who are making it bad. The people who you’re trying to fight are already on your side.

Anti-Feminists—While I may not necessarily think that most feminists get things done or do things in the right way, I do think that most of them have good intentions, and again, if we nitpick or criticize people for identifying as feminists, saying they should reject it because feminism isn’t promoting equality, then that’s not productive. Because the people in the middle circle are doing good things to promote gender equality; they’re just doing it in a more organized fashion under a specific label, as I talked about in my initial post.

I just think that both sides are wasting time fighting that could be better spent working together to achieve gender equality, regardless of how we label ourselves.