I believe in both feminism and misandry because not only do I think women need...– More thoughts on Misandry. Feel free to share yours, too. We would like to center the discussion around sex work as that’s what we’re here for. SW13 (via sexworkerproblems)
I was raped by four men in one evening. I got drunk and tried to say no. What...– Anonymous comment left on the CNN petition demanding they apologize for sympathizing with the Steubenville rapists (via theworldmaybebroken)
stfurapeculture: http://politics-r-us.tumblr.com/post/45287600625/please-please-please-read-and-share This one really really upset me. :( :( Me too. I’ve never heard of that before.
Signs of abuse don't always include a bruise
fuckyeahfeminists: Read through for some powerful stories about abuse, domestic violence, and the impact of reproductive coercion. This is another less talked about aspect as to how Planned Parenthood is simply *invaluable.* It serves as another resource for those in abusive relationships. curiousgeorgiana: babstheartist: themindislimitless: tw: abuse, rape, domestic violence ...
yaltha-the-fangirl: Some examples of sexist logic: - Traditional gender roles are inherent to our nature. That’s why we have to promote these roles constantly. - Men have superior self-control. That’s why men can’t control themselves when they see a woman wearing a mini-skirt. - Real men are independent and they need women to take care of them. - Women are weak in all possible ways and...
My mistrust [of men] is not, as one might expect, primarily a result of the...– im reblogging this again because its especially pertinent right now (via sendificator)
How to Meet Shy Girls →
yaltha-the-fangirl: raynehargreaves: nyanface: pull-of-a-trigger: Just about the shittiest person I’ve seen around in a while. The ignorance level here is absolutely astounding. He’s hiding any negative comments on his posts, which is why you will not find any of those around. (Reblogging to my main blog because this is so severely not okay.) I honestly don’t have words to describe...
buzz_cola: About Russian feminism →
buzzcola: I’m a feminist in my late teens (19). But I consider myself as a second-wave feminist. How could this happen? Well, I just don’t like the way third-wave feminism is going, but that’s another story. What’s more interesting, for Russia, where I live, the rising wave of feminism is the second one. Only now we discover for ourselves foreign feminist classics. I myself already have...
What has become of the feminism I once knew? The feminism that once took incest,...– (via buzzcola)