Hi, I'm Tara and I'm a feminist. ♀
So lets talk feminism.
I'd love to hear from you.
Well, excuse you.
I’m sorry, but I do know about intersectionality. What about it would you like to argue? If I offended you, let me know how before you accuse me of being uneducated. It is not your right I tell me who or what I identify as.
Also, I am neither a. white or b. liberal. But even so, belittling another feminist for being white and a liberal is unreasonable. And whether or not you identify as feminist, which I’m assuming you do, I don’t have to agree with your opinions in order to identify as a feminist.
Try to listen to other points of view or you’ll never be taken seriously. But since you’re messaging me anonymously on tumblr, I doubt that you value my opinion.Your argument is invalid.
- Jessica Valenti, Full Frontal Feminism: A Young Woman’s Guide to Why Feminism Matters (via dumbwhitegirl)
Also the terms, “slut”, “whore”, and “skank” generally refers to a woman who is sexually promiscuous or, in other words, equivalent to the sexual activity exhibited by men.
But also, bear in mind, if I man does not sleep with many women he is deemed as “not a man” or a “pussy”.
Also if a woman exerts any control she is a “bitch”. But a controlling character advantageous for men. And controlling qualities are representative of leadership and success for men.
Society imposes these standards on both men and women. So we think that men should be more suited for leadership and success while women should be soft spoken and prude.