Why SJW’s Concept of Privelege is Illogical

So, as we all know, SJWs are obsessed with something they call privelege.  They use this all the time to bully and opress people, which they justify by the fact that they have privelege.  They have unfortunately forgotten a major flaw with this system.  Since, I, among many other people have been bullied by SJWs due to my privelege, I am therefore part of an oppressed minority.

And that is why SJWs deserve to die.

7 Thought-Provoking Feminist Tumblrs You’ll Fall In Love With 

“Tumblr is useful for activists of all kinds. The site hosts countless awesome photos, drawings, and essays carrying messages geared towards various social justice issues. There are thousands of excellent feminist users on Tumblr, so it could take forever to sift through and find some of the best ones out there.

Well fear not, because I have undertaken this daunting but thoroughly educational and enlightening task, and found some feminist gems on Tumblr that you may not have heard of before. During my search, I was impressed by much of what I found. So many users are going far out of their way to educate all of us about further marginalized groups of women, which speaks to the rising recognition of intersectionality within feminism. Some other blogs were absolutely hilarious and creative in their approach to making feminism accessible and lighthearted (while recognizing that the struggle is very real).

Prepare to be amazed by some of the fabulous feminists behind these kick-ass Tumblrs.”

See the full list here




Meet The Students Who Launched The Mother Of All PR Campaigns

Somewhere in the universe Emily Pankhurst is smiling.

When a women’s studies class at Duke University decided they didn’t like the negative way feminism was often portrayed, they decided to ask fellow students a simple question … who needs feminism?  As with all good things digital, the project took off as people around the world posted their responses online too. Out of one small class of students, feminism 2.0 was born. 

[Original by the students of Professor Rachel Seidman’s Women in a Public Sphere course at Duke University. Wanna play too? Check out the WNF? Facebook and Tumblr pages and post a definition of what feminism means to you.] 

For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.
—  Nelson Mandela