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Preface:
I have read all 本 and seen the movies.
Most importantly, the fact that it’s ファンタジー doesn’t excuse the themes and messages in the book. Fiction is merely a vehicle humans developed to communicate important lessons, values and philosophies. I am not claiming any of the implications I discuss were intentional on SMeyer’s part. Whether または not the 作者 または readers are aware of it, though, the Twilight series communicates dangerous messages...
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posted by Dragonclaws
There’s a meme I’ve seen online where feminists say that the word “females” shouldn’t be used because of its dehumanizing connotations. The idea is that “female” relates to the sex of a biological organism, and when one is using that kind of terminology they tend to be discussing nonhuman 動物 in a scientific fashion. So, when men talk about “females” when they mean “women”, it comes off as dehumanizing. While I agree to an extent, as I believe some men do use this to purposefully distance themselves from women, I also think this decree that female humans should be...
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Rebecca Mott is a woman who has survived violent, abusive prostitution and rape. Her words deserve to be heard.


Despair Hits My ハート, 心 - Rebecca Mott
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I have been coming back into life – I know this is good. But this post is about my confusion, my grief and my despair that I still do not understand what it is to be alive – beyond being a role.

I will write in the back parts of my mind, I will try to drag out the stuff that scares me, that blocks me, that still make wonder if I am still nothing but an object finding how to please others.

I don’t know how to be human, that it not some philosophical...
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Myths & Truths on Women and ハート, 心 Disease

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MYTH #1: Most women in America die from cancer.



TRUTH: ハート, 心 disease is the leading cause of death of women in the U.S. Almost every minute, a woman in the U.S. dies from ハート, 心 disease. Nearly five times as many women (200,000) will die from ハート, 心 attacks alone this 年 than will die from breast cancer.[1]



MYTH #2: ハート, 心 disease is a man’s problem.



TRUTH: Since 1984, もっと見る women than men have died of ハート, 心 disease each year. Women have a 28% increased risk of dying as compared to men to die within the first 年 after a ハート, 心 attack.[1]



MYTH...
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posted by Dragonclaws
I read a lot of stuff online talking about the “tone argument” and how it’s used to silence feminists. The gist of it is that a feminist is angry about something and delivers a criticism of it, and the opposition points to the way the feminist is angry as a means of shutting them down without ever acknowledging the criticism as valid または that the person has a right to be angry. This is a problem, and I have seen it occur in threads, so the anti-tone-argument sentiment has a respectable basis. However, I believe the sentiment is often misused so that it ends up causing the same sort of...
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posted by Dragonclaws
 Julia Stiles as Lumen Pierce on "Dexter"
Julia Stiles as Lumen Pierce on "Dexter"
Something I’ve noticed on TV is a plot sometimes used where there’s a lesser-privileged (i.e. female または black) character 芝居 irrational, and the audience is sympathetic to the more-privileged (i.e. male または white) character who points out all the flaws in the less-privileged character’s rationale, only to have the plot twist where the less-privileged character turns out to have actually been right! The revelation doesn’t lead to もっと見る respect for the less-privileged character, however, because they are still portrayed as irrational. It’s もっと見る like ‘hey, isn’t weird how they turned...
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Farida broke all barriers
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by Ophelia Benson
July 11, 2012


How miserably sad and depressing. Farida Afridi, an activist for tribal women in Pakistan, was murdered today. (You know how. あなた don’t even need to look. Leaving ホーム for work. Guys on motorcycles. Guns. Died on the way to the hospital.)

Along with her sister Noor Zia, Farida was committed to social change and economic emancipation for women from the platform of a welfare organisation called the Society for Appraisal and Women Empowerment in Rural Areas (SAWERA). Both women were among the founding members of the NGO and had a Masters...
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x and y are not dissimilar . In fact they are so similar that y is called x with missing leg. If that is correct then there remain no difference in blue print . if blue print is same how can the structure erected on the basis of this can be different. Only difference must be in arrangement and for a capable mind that is no difference at all . so to say man is just the woman with clitoris enlarged as penis. Vagina stitched to be scrotum and ovaries dropped down from the tummy as testis........(Ref-man is the extension of woman)
 Tiny kitties are honest about their hatreds.
Tiny kitties are honest about their hatreds.
Non-haters gonna non-hate: NiceGuy Edition
--David Futrelle

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Once upon a time one of the guys over at NiceGuy’s MGTOW フォーラ set up a little アンケート asking his fellow “nice guys” whether または not they actually consider themselves to be misogynists; it’s been up there for years, and the site’s resident MGTOWers have been adding 投票 and コメント all along. The wording of the アンケート is sufficiently, ah, flexible enough to give respondents a lot of ways to wiggle out of saying explicitly that they really were misogynists:


* I despise the entire female sex. Period.
* I hate only "western"...
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Dear Feminists, Will あなた Also Be Marching In N***erwalk? Because I Won't.
by Keli Goff

(Published in The Huffington Post)

The only thing もっと見る irritating than people doing absolutely nothing to make the world a better place are those actively trying to make it worse, but coming in a strong third? Those whose well-meaning efforts to make the world better are so misguided that they make things worse によって default.

I was reminded of this when I happened upon the SlutWalk protests taking place in New York this past weekend... with my mother. (If you're looking for something super memorable to do with...
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From Change.org:



Why this is Important

To appeal to men, Dr Pepper Ten completely revamped their marketing strategy from Diet Dr Pepper. Dr Pepper Ten has calories and sugar unlike its diet counterpart. Instead of the “dainty tan bubbles” on the diet can, Ten will be wrapped in gunmetal grey packaging with silver bullets. And while Diet Dr Pepper's marketing is women-friendly, the ad campaign for Ten goes out of its way to alienate and denigrate women.

For instance, there's a Dr Pepper Ten フェイスブック page for men only. I had to create a new フェイスブック page indicating I’m a guy to even view the...
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posted by ilovebilliejoe
I looked up various 動画 involving feminism on YouTube-feminism has become my passion, and while looking at the コメント for some 動画 I find a lot of sexism and anti-feminism. I will keep all コメント anonymous, however I'll give give あなた the link for the video. Here it goes, hold on to your lunch boys and grrls as sexism is NOT dead.

From "This is What a Feminist Looks Like"
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-feminist comes from ancient greece, it translates to "angry lesbian"

-women are strong and independent, except for when it starts to get just a little bit tough

-All feminists should be deported. Feminism...
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posted by elstef
I wrote this quickly, so it is not great, but I hope I get my point across.

It is a shame that so many people seem to have this picture of feminists as oversensitive man-haters. That is not what it is about for me at all. It is also not about wanting to be a man, which seems to be another notion that people have. It is about women getting the same chances as men, and getting the same credit/ pay for doing the same work. It is about being tired of the fact that the phrase “girly-boy” is seen as an insult, while the phrase “like a man” is seen as a positive thing. It is about hating that...
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posted by pandawinx
こんにちは guys, there are some really inspiration stories of feminism and liberation floating around the web, so i thought i'd tell あなた how i developed my feminism....At the age of 6.

I grew up in a partiarchal family. My father suffered from grand overt narcissism, biapolar, sadomasochism and manic depressive dissorder and would beat my mother constantly. It was horrific, me and my sister watching him drink all night and then he'd come ホーム and berate my mother. If the house wasnt tidy enough, he'd smash her personal pocessions and throw things at her, screaming at her and unloading buckets of...
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posted by KateKicksAss
Glamour recently asked a bunch of guys what resolutions they wish women would make, and here they are. *facedesk*. In bold are the "translations" of these "resolutions".

Credit: bitchesguidetoetiquette.tumblr.com


1. “I’d like it if in 2012, women would stop chatting on the phone, checking their teeth in the rearview mirror, flipping their hair and drinking coffee—all while driving.” –Umberto, 29, Monroe, Conn.

“It’s ok for me to multitask while driving, but not you.” –Umberto, 29, Monroe, Conn.


2. “I wish my girl’s New Year’s resolution would be to take herself less seriously...
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posted by SelinaKyle
(Thank you, Eve Ensler)
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Over It
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Eve Ensler - Tony award winning playwright, performer and activist


I am over rape.

I am over rape culture, rape mentality, rape pages on Facebook.

I am over the thousands of people who signed those pages with their real names without shame.

I am over people demanding their right to rape pages, and calling it freedom of speech または justifying it as a joke.

I am over people not understanding that rape is not a joke and I am over being told I don't have a sense of humor, and women don't have a sense of humor, when most women I know (and I know a lot) are really fucking...
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posted by SelinaKyle
Freedom または Death
By Emmaline Pankhurst


This speech was delivered in Hartford, Connecticut on November 13 1913

I do not come here as an advocate, because whatever position the suffrage movement may occupy in the United States of America, in England it has passed beyond the realm of advocacy and it has entered into the sphere of practical politics. It has become the subject of revolution and civil war, and so tonight I am not here to advocate woman suffrage. American suffragists can do that very well for themselves.

I am here as a soldier who has temporarily left the field of battle in order to explain...
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It’s commonly 発言しました among feminists that women are naturally less inclined towards conflict and hostility and thus would make better leaders than men. While the premise has an element of truth to it, the nature of earthly politics means that the ability to inflict harm is pretty much how anything would ever get done. I propose that any politically-minded person—male または female—is willing to think practically about moving around the ability to inflict harm just through the inherent nature of government. Law in itself is about using violence to impose order but the lawmakers are so removed...
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