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I don’t care how many times I’ve reblogged this 

Tagged: #YES  #forever reblog  #The Swan Princess  #feminism  #objectification 
Reblogged from: cosmic-angst
Source: seekelsey




The reason a fetus has more rights than a woman in America is because a fetus still has a chance of being a man. 

Powerful as fuck

Tagged: #feminism  #abortion 
Reblogged from: feministbubbles
Source: chocolatfrog


Tagged: #Leticia Van De Putte  #feminism  #gif 
Reblogged from: thehurlscouts
Source: stelmarias




baby are you a time traveler because you’re such a misogynist i feel like i’m in 1932


Tagged: #misogyny  #sexism  #feminism 
Reblogged from: unofficialsherlockian
Source: goylepower


I’m looking at you
In the “Cool story babe, now make me a sandwich” t-shirt
The commonly uses
“I raped you faggot”
when playing
Video games
To dehumanize
Your straight friends
The white kid who greets his buddies with the n-word
Who’s OkCupid dating profile describes him as a “nice guy”
He’s just sick of getting friend-zoned
Because being just friends with a woman
Is so terrible
Nevermind the fact that he answers yes to the following:
Are women obligated to shave their legs?
Are racist jokes funny?
When a woman is raped, is it sometimes her fault?

I’m looking at you
guy in every women’s studies class ever
who derails dialogue
About a third of the world’s population of women
Who will be raped
In their life times
By asserting
“the wage gap isn’t real”
the guy who starts “PimpWalk” in response
to slutwalk
a demonstration aimed at ending victim blaming
of rape victims
the guy with the “no fat chicks” bumpersticker on his F150
whos confused why
he cant get pussy
to the guy who calls anal rape
“surprise buttsex”
to the one who uses “feminazi”
as a frequent part
of his vernacular
to every guy who has ever thought that a facebook status
about domestic violence
was a good opportunity to practice playing the
devils advocate

to every guy
who has ever dismissed feminism
because it didn’t involve him
to every man who has ever raped a woman
to every man who has ever beaten one
isolated one
belittled one
dehumanized one
to every guy
who thinks he’s not like those ones
its just a joke
to every guy who is confused why feminists hate him

to every guy
its because
you’re part of a problem
a culture
that won’t stop choking us
but tells us
to just breath

wrote some spoken word for my women’s studies final tomorrow. what do you guys think? (via fat-feminist)

Woah this got like 3 thousands notes thanks guys. Now I just have to perform it in an hour…

(via fat-feminist)

Tagged: #feminism 
Reblogged from: slutgrrrlinternational
Source: fat-feminist



it’s sad to say that i think we need feminism because a 16 yo girl was raped and murderer yesterday and people are blaming her

because probably she was a little whore


Tagged: #that's awful  #what's wrong with people  #feminism  #rape 
Reblogged from: adamngoodbatch



Fox News talks about working mothers’ negative impact on their children. AKA “When Fox News gets so misogynistic that their own anchor is 1026% done with them.” [x]

Tagged: #feminism  #Fox News  #gif 
Reblogged from: slutgrrrlinternational
Source: everlarkdandelions






Tumbling over the past year and a half has made me see the problems of gender roles that exist in media, but sometimes it gets to the point where I over analyze every single piece of television or film that I come across. (However this in no way means that I think feminist media criticism is wrong, or should be avoided!) Mostly I just over think everything.

I’ve thought about this a lot and I think the answer is MORE, and MORE DIVERSE female characters.

We’re used to having one or two female characters in a cast of mostly men, and hold them to a higher standard because of that. So all of feminism is resting on the shoulders of one female character - and that DOESN’T WORK. Because there isn’t one right way to be a woman.

If casts had more diversity of gender, we could have warrior women and non-warrior women, sexual women and non-sexual women, feminine and non-feminine, and mixtures of all of the above…all are completely legitimate ways to be a woman.

We’re used to seeing a lot of hypersexualized, scantily clad, one-dimensional stereotypes of women without stories or motives of their own. We respond by asking for characters that AREN’T THAT, but we may end up pushing too far in the opposite direction, and demonize traits like sexuality, conventional attractiveness, and traditional femininity as “sexist.” That’s why the most popular female characters are the ones that are most similar to male heroes - the Arya Starks - emotionally distant, unattached, solve their problems with violence, not remotely sexual. That’s fine too of course. I love Arya. It’s just not…the only way to be.

look it got better

Tagged: #feminism 
Reblogged from: lupinaroundthemoon
Source: alyssakorea





Objectification and body shaming in PETA ads (an introduction).

If you’re interested at all in becoming an animal rights  advocate, my advice is to just look at whatever PETA does and do the exact opposite.

I’ve always hated PETA, here is one reason why.

Tagged: #THIS  #ugh  #feminism  #objectification  #body shaming  #PETA  #just no 
Reblogged from: thehobbutts
Source: recoveringhipster



“I think a lot about what makes a strong female character. You know, movies and TV shows, these things have influence, my own website. So I think the question of “What makes a strong female character?”, often goes misinterpreted. And instead we get these two-dimensional superwomen, who maybe have one quality that’s played up a lot. Like, you know, a Catwoman type, or she plays her sexuality up a lot and it’s seen as power. But they’re not strong characters who happen to be female, they’re completely flat and they’re basically cardboard characters.
The problem with this is that then people expect women to be that easy to understand, and women are mad at themselves for not being that simple. When in actuality, women are complicated. Women are multifaceted. Not because women are crazy, but because people are crazy. And women happen to be people!”

-Tavi Gevinson for TEDTalks [x]


Tagged: #YES  #ALL THE AWARDS  #feminism  #Tavi Gevinson  #gif  #quote 
Reblogged from: starksexual

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