As most people probably know by this point, I was born and have lived most of my life in Texas. Whenever something…
I love this, because I live in Indiana and we’re always written off as well. We have our gun people, our anti-choice people, racists, sexists, homophobes, etc., just like Texas does. This is a very conservative, white male state.
We also have that guy who said, “God intended rape to happen.”
radical/2nd wave/lesbian feminism has literally turned around how I view women. it’s enabled so much love in my heart for other women, and opened my eyes to their struggles that I don’t share, instead of turning me against them. Liberal/mainstream feminism told me that all I had to worry about was my own empowerment, it never challenged me to think of others. And that’s something no one could take away from me
The most powerful oppressor is not the one who can kill, but the one who can convince the world that the oppressed deserves their oppression.
men prove why they shouldn’t call themselves Feminists…i mean look at how easily they revert back to being brazen misogynists when a woman doesn’t want them to “help” them in the way they think women should be helped. what a bunch of manbrats.