I am very open about the fact that I identify as a feminist. I love talking about my philosophies on the matter of equality, and I DON’T like people opening my doors for me. 480 more words
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Understanding the Importance of Exercising one’s “Democratic” Rights in the US Republic.
My political observations are based more upon the observation of history and society at large, than upon theory – so I won’t indulge in the debate of what is a better form of government, a Republic or a Democracy. 738 more words
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“Representations of girls and women as simply eye candy, as characters who do nothing active in a game and apparently have no ideas, interests, or goals other than to please men sexually are not only unrealistic but potentially dangerous to real-life females.
Some Remarkable YouTube Vids from Julie Borowski and Julia Tourianski, Impressive Women Who Aren’t Feminists and Know Why You Shouldn’t Be, Either
The two video bloggers featured in this post are smarter, in the most important ways it is to be smart, than any of the several brilliant feminists I’ve known. 48 more words
How Can You Tell if You’re Being Sexually Empowered or Objectified? Ask Yourself This Simple Question
This article tries to answer the question of whether someone is being objectified or empowered. The article posits that the key difference between objectification and empowerment lies in who has the power in the situation. 252 more words
Yesterday, I was absolutely disgusted when I discovered that #FeminismIsAwful was trending on Twitter. That’s right, #FeminismIsAwful was trending on Twitter.
Now, I’ll be honest, when I was in high school, my understanding of feminism was anything but accurate. 862 more words