on 09 Mar 2017 17:47
Because if I had one piece of advice for young girls, and women, it would be this: girls, don’t read any books by men. Don’t read them. Stay away from them. Or, at least, don’t read them until you’re older, and fully-formed, and battle-ready, and are able to counter someone being rude to you, in conversation, not with silent embarrassment, or internalized, mute fury, but a calm, “Fuck you very much, and goodbye.”
on 09 Mar 2017 18:33
Those participating in yesterday’s “strike” — the international “Day without a Woman” — rode a wave of renewed feminist momentum that has swept the country in the wake of January’s women’s marches. In fact, the U.S. iteration of the women’s strike was orchestrated by the very same group of women that planned the vulgar and sometimes violent protests staged in Washington the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
But the movement’s undeniable momentum looks much less promising when one considers its rhetoric, which suggests that their effort is ultimately doomed to fail. The rhetoric reveals a feminist crusade hampered by a progressive view of society that divides people into interest groups united only by their pervasive belief that they are all being persecuted.
on 09 Mar 2017 18:49
on 09 Mar 2017 19:11
Clinton championing women’s rights by telling them to “resist” is hilarious; she was nowhere to be found when her husband Bill was routinely sexually assaulting women.
on 09 Mar 2017 19:18
on 09 Mar 2017 23:45
TechJunkie wrote:That Sergeant Baker meme ridiculing women victimized by the Marines in the revenge porn ring was over the top.
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