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Winter is coming
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just because i am a feminist doesn’t necessarily mean i want to constantly shout about it and get all evangelical about the matter- for example at parties.
yes, i am and i am completely passionate about it, but i don’t want it to define me to people who are quite ignorant about the whole idea even though it is very much a part of who i am. but in a party setting you are just faced with people who think you are a man-hater or think women should be “more equal than men” (sidenote: this doesn’t even make grammatical sense) or are a lesbian and quite frankly i cannot have a logical discussion about it when there is music blaring and i am drunk.
"Women who are too sexual aren’t taken seriously, and women who aren’t sexual enough aren’t taken seriously. Women who are conventionally attractive get valued solely for their sexual appeal; women who aren’t conventionally attractive get dismissed for their lack of it. Women who are conventionally attractive are assumed to be dumb bimbos; women who aren’t conventionally attractive are assumed to be either bitter or desperate. Women who are conventionally attractive get trivialized; women who aren’t conventionally attractive get treated with pity and contempt. We can’t win."
- Why I Probably Won’t Do Porn Again: Sexism and Being a Woman on the Internet (via grillfriend)
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