The whole of feminism can be broken down into two basic camps - 1) wicked awesome radfems, and 2) weak minded libfems. We clearly know SO MUCH MORE about womyn and feminism than other womyn and feminists.
We need to overthrow the notion of Gender, but you have have HAVE to have a V at birth to be a womyn. Obvs!
No Muslim womyn ever could EVER choose for herself to wear Hijab because Islam is a nasty Patriarchal religion that takes all of womyn's rights and agency away. Nevermind that we come from Patriarchies too - We should still get to choose FOR them!
Our ideas are so gosh darn RADICAL, why can't you libfems keep up already?!?!!?
In her series Girls, Beijing-based photographer Luo Yang reveals a side to contemporary China that is rarely seen in the West. Defying stereotypes, Yang’s subjects depict bold, self-aware Chinese women of an emerging generation instead of appearing simply timid and shy.
The hotbeds for erotic activity (also known as erogenous zones) are located all across the female body and are surprisingly easy to pleasure. So turn on some sensual music, light a few aromatherapy candles, and settle in — It’s time to go exploring!
From her head all the way to her toes, here are the top erogenous zones to turn her on.
Women are not pieces of meat. So be respectful to the ladies.
It’s time to make the INvisible VISIBLE by proudly and publicly talking about our experiences as invisibly disabled people.
Despite popular belief and community infrastructures, #InvisiblyDisabledPplExist. This ignorance and reduced community recognition and assistance can cause us lots of unnecessary difficulty, pain, and even death.
This means it’s time to start a movement to end the ignorance about what it “means” to be disabled.
Please use the hashtag #InvisiblyDisabledPplExist to not only make signs over disabled seating and other areas, as mentioned in tweet 4 above.
We must also talk about our many many stories of being invisibly disabled in a world where the public doesn’t recognize our existence (like mine).