the list of proposed books to ban from “gays against gentrification (GAG)” before they deleted their facebook:
-Admission Accomplished - Jill Johnston -Against Sadomasochism - Robin R. Linden, Darlene R. Pagano, Diana E. Russell, Susan Leigh Star -Amazon Odyssey: Collection of Writings - Ti-Grace Atkinson -Buddhism after Patriarchy - Rita M. Gross -The Female Man - Joana Russ -Female Sexual Sl*v*ry - Kathleen Barry -Feminism Unmodified - Catharine A. Mackinnon -First Buddhist Women: Poems and Stories of Awakening Susan Murcott -Gyn/Ecology - Mary Daly -The Idea of Prostitution - Sheila Jeffreys -The Industrial Vagina: The Political Economy of the Global Sex Trade - Sheila Jeffreys -Intercourse - Andrea Dworkin -The Lesbian Heresy - Sheila Jeffreys -Nine Parts of Desire: The Hidden World of Islamic Women - Geraldine Brooks -Not a Choice, Not a Job: Exposing the Myths about Prostitution and the Global Sex Trade - Janice Raymond -Not for Sale: Feminists Resisting Prostitution and Pornography-Of Women Born - Adrienne Rich -Pornography: Men Possessing Women - Andrea Dworkin -Radical Acceptance - Tara Brach -The Sexual Liberals and the Attack on Feminism - Janice Raymond -Women As Wombs: Reproductive Technologies and the Battle over Women’s Freedom - Janice Raymond
1) How does it feel to be the same sex as Donald Trump? > How does it feel to be the same sex as the majority of people who murder their children? > How does it feel to be the same sex as Sarah Pailin, Hillary Clinton, Gloria Stienem, MisandryMirmaid, GeeksndMisandry, Lucie Slater, Valerie Solanas, Catherine Comins, Margaret Sanger, Robin Morgan, Andrea Dworkin, Susan Brownmiller, Sharon Stone, Catherine MacKinnon, Sally Miller Gearhart, Marilyn French, Germaine Greer, Hodee Edwards, Kathleen C. Faller, Barbara Jordan, Pat Poole, Naomi Wolf, Gerda Lerner, Roxanne Dunbar, Lenah Dunham, Sarah Nyberg, Briana Wu, Anita Sarkesian, Zoe Quinn, Katha Pollitt, Judith Levine, Jilly Cooper, Sylvia Fraser, Donna Laframboise, Ti-Grace Atkinson, Joyce Trebilcot, Daphne Patai, home-of-amazons, realmisandryinhaiku, justicebadass, stfueverything, stfumras, japhettheprophet, milkyderp, wehavetogobacktauriel, veryradicalfeminist, Tracie Egan Morrissey, Laci Green, valleyofmeth, theroguefeminist, theplaceinsidetheblizzard, destructivefeminist, princesswolfgang, woahtheretyke, gayindustrialcomplex, lindorinand, dorkington, roycevomit, atomic-glitter, realmofvikings, ornerychelicerata, and xxhannah-i-saw-a-unicornxx? 2a) Why do you hate rom-coms? > I don’t. Some of my favorite movies are rom-coms. But for men, and women, who hate rom-coms, there is this thing called preference. It has nothing to do with gender. For example, say someone doesn’t like vanilla ice cream. They are a heathen, of course, but they are allowed that preference. Say that person is a woman. Now say that women on average don’t like vanilla ice cream. Is it okay to assume they are all vanilla hating heathens? No. And neither is it okay to assume that there is something wrong with a person for not liking something because of their gender. Even if it is a delicious, creamy treat delivered by the great Yog-Sothoth Himself. 2b) Or do you just feel like you need to hate them? > See above. 2c) Everybody likes the notebook. Everybody likes Beyoncé. It’s just a fact. > This isn’t a question. I’ve never seen the notebook. I despise Beyoncé’s music, and she’s kind of a hypocrite. But, again, preferences. People are allowed to have them, and this cultish ‘like what I like, or you’re a bad person’ schtick you’re trying to pull is scary, simply because people who’ve done things with a similar mentality have ended up killing hundreds to thousands of people. Opinions are not facts. Shut up. 3) Why do you make women sit around and talk about men in movies, when y'all easily just sit around and talk about boobs for hours. >One: No one does that. The only time I’ve seen girls talk about guys in movies is when they’re talking about whose butt is cute, who would be a good kisser, or the weird grunting noises they make when Thor and Loki come onto a screen. Two, men JOKE about tiddies, and it usually only lasts a few seconds. The only time bewbs are the focus 'for hours’ is if a guy is alone and jerkin it. Or when they are talking to a loved one about Breast Cancer. 4) Why do you automatically assume that you won’t like TV or movies that star a female lead? >BitchWhere.jpeg > Here’s a list of my favorite TV shows and movies: Teen Titans, Avatar The Last Airbender, Attack On Titan, Harry Potter, Kim Possible, Adventure Time, Power Puff Girls, Ben 10, Gravity Falls, Fairly Odd Parents, Pokemon, most Batman movies and TV shows, Alice In Wonderland, iCarly, Pretty Little Liars, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, NCIS, Once Upon A Time, Criminal Minds, Castle, Bones, Teen Wolf, Pirates of the Caribbean, Tangled, Silent Hill, Big Hero 6, Coralline, Rugrats and All Grown Up, Yu-Gi-Oh!, V For Vendetta, Frozen. Basically, try again. 5a) Why are you surprised when women are funny? > I’m not. I notice it, acknowledge it, and move on. However, women who use comedy as a front to push an ideology aren’t funny. Neither are men who do that. 5b) I’m probably funnier than you. No. No, you’re not. Your condescending, holier than thou attitude ensures that you couldn’t be funny if the funnyman had knocked up the funnywoman and made you as their lovechild. 6a) Why do you think we’re obsessed with you when we hook up? > One; I don’t. Two; I never implied that I did. Three; Methinks the lady doth protest too much. Four; keep projecting there, sweetie. 6b) 9 times out of 10, I just want you to leave too. I’m busy, I got shit to do. > Well, I don’t partake in this hookup culture bullshit, so we aren’t likely to meet, thankfully. I actually want something real. 7a) Why can’t I sleep with as many people as I want to without being judged? > Everyone gets judged for everything they do. Deal with it! Also, as long as you’re safe, and aren’t intentionally spreading diseases, fuck around all you want. Just don’t expect a meaningful relationship to come of that behavior. 7b) When men do it, they’re congratulated. > In movies! In real life most men hate men like that. 8) Why do you consider a woman a tease if she doesn’t sleep with you after three dates, but a slut if she sleeps with you on the first date? > The tease thing is a myth pushed by the television industry. Most people don’t believe that. The only people I’ve seen call a woman a slut for fucking on the first date are OTHER WOMEN. 9) In what world does no mean yes? No means no. > This one, on opposite day. /jokes But in all seriousness, probably Japan or the Middle East. Feminists should really look into that. 10) Why do you say that women are too emotional to be leaders, then justify catcalling by saying that men just can’t control themselves? > Two more myths perpetuated by television! Yay! The only people who say men can’t control themselves are rapists trying (unsuccessfully) to get out of a rape charge. And the Middle East. Also, some women enjoy catcalling. You can’t enforce a rule on that based on some people not liking it. 11) Why do you think that just because you’re nice to me, I owe you my body? > Rapists think this. If someone thinks like this, you should get them professional help, or call the cops. Also, have you seen how tumblr lesbians interact with straight women? Talk about niceguy syndrome. 12) Why would you ever send an unsolicited dick pic? > April Fools Day? /more jokes. But in all honesty, I wouldn’t, because I’m insecure about my dick size, and don’t want to be made fun of. 13a) Why do you feel like it’s okay to harass women, > I don’t. 13b) or make offensive comments about women, > Offensive humor is one of the best kind, right up there with dark humor. Plus, it gets a rise out of oversensitive asshats like you, and that’s amusing. 13c) but when somebody does it to your sister, it’s not okay? > Because fuck with my family, and I’ll fuck you up so bad that you’ll think that Sharia Law is a utopia, that’s why. 14)How does it feel to interrupt- > Pretty fuckin good, actually. /even more jokes 14) How does it feel to interrupt me when I’m in the middle of making a point during a meeting? > Assholes do this. Not men. Conversely, if the point you are making is controversial, expect negativity, and be prepared to have the louder, but calmer, voice. 15a) Why do you have to sit with your legs so wide open? > Balls. Also, normally, they’re about shoulders width apart. If they are any wider, they are usually a sign of low self-esteem and a desire not to be bothered. Also, quit taking pictures of us on the subway without our consent. Not only is that creepy, it’s illegal. 15bb) I get that you have balls > Obviously not, or you’d know why I have to sit with my legs apart. 15c) but I don’t stand around with my arms wide open to make room for my boobs. > Are your boobs underneath your armpits? No? Then shut the fuck up, you have no idea what you are talking about. 16) Why are women perceived as the weaker sex even though we literally birth you? > Sexual Dimorphism. Women, on average, are weaker than men, on average. Are there women who are stronger than men? Abso-fuckin-lutely. Rhonda Rousy could kick my ass six ways from Sunday. Also, birthing has nothing to do with strength. That’s pain tolerance. 17) Why is it so bad to show your emotions? It means you’re human. > I don’t know. #MaleTears, #MasculinitySoFragile, #KillAllMen, maybe things like that? 18) Why are you always trying to prove your masculinity to me? > I’m not. I mostly do it for myself, or other guys. Kind of like you and makeup. 19a) Why the f**k isn’t it ladylike to cuss? > She says as she’s censored. It’s foul language, and it’s impolite for anyone to fucking use you fucking shit. 19b) When did words get genders? > Ask the Spanish, chica. 20) Why is it your first instinct to doubt women who have been sexually violated or raped? > What a loaded fuckin question! If they were actually violated or raped, I don’t doubt them, but until it can be proven, there is this thing that our democratic society is built upon called DUE PROCCESS. INNOCENCE UNTIL PROOVEN GUILT. Look it up sometime. 21) Why do you assume a woman is angry because she’s on her period? > They usually are more irritable on their periods? Also, quit using the 'I’m on my period’ excuse, and we will quit assuming that is the problem when you are upset. 22a) Why do you think women that wear makeup are false advertising? > I don’t. I rarely see guys do this. Most of the time, it’s other women. 22b) We could say the same thing about your dick size. > It’s shit like this that makes me insecure. Also, did you compare makeup, something you have complete control over, to a dick, something men are born with and can’t change? Fuck, that’s sexist. 23a) Why isn’t it weird that there’s a bunch of old white men sitting in a room making legislation about what I can and can’t do with my body? > Well, they were elected by you and people like you. Women outnumber men in America, and more women vote than men, and the people elected represent what those who elected them want, so if you want laws passed that benefit you, do your job and vote. Also, if you hate old white men so much, why are so many women voting for Bernie Sanders? 23b) do you have a coochie? > Do you have a schlong? No? Then shut up about circumcision. 24) Why are straight guys so obsessed with lesbians? > Why are straight, and even lesbian, girls on tumblr such yaoi fetishists? Also, straight guys find girls hot. So something with two girls is twice as hot. Also, straight guys generally don’t like looking at penises. Because they’re straight. 25) How does it feel to get kicked in the balls? > Have you been stabbed? It’s worse, but the pain doesn’t last as long. Stab pain lasts longer; ball kick pain = hurts more. 26) Do you ever get tired of trying to be manly all the time? > Some men do. I like being physically useful, and playing violent video games, and things like that though. 27) Why are you so afraid of gender equality? > Considering it already exists for women in America, and I live here, I’m not. If I were, I’d go live in the Middle East. 28) Why do I deserve to be paid less than you? > Maybe you work fewer hours, take more brakes, take more sick days, or don’t work in the same position I do. Other than those factors, if you still get paid less than me, I will help you when you go report the business to the police, because there are laws against paying someone who does the exact same job in the exact same company for the exact same hours less because of their gender. 30) In what world does $0.77 equal $1.00? > See above. 31) In what world does $0.68 equal $1.00? > Still see above. 32) In what world is that fair? > Even still see above. 33a) Why are you intimidated by a woman that makes more money than you? > I’m not. Next question. 33b) That’s awesome! More money! > More problems 34a) Why are opinionated women seen as bitches > Opinionated people suck. I didn’t ask for your opinion, so don’t give it to me. 34b) when opinionated men are seen as bosses? > They aren’t. They’re just as annoying as the women. They are dicks, knowitalls, assholes, asshats, etcetera. 35) Why aren’t you speaking up when you hear your male friends behind closed doors that are offensive to women? > I thought you were funnier than me. Listen, honey, how does this sound to you? Person A: Makes offensive joke behind closed doors Persons B, C, and D: Laughing Me: Hey, could you maybe not say those things? The women who can’t even hear you right now because we are in private behind closed doors could get offended. Persons A, B, C, and D: Staring at me Me: Really, guys, I know they can’t hear you, but they could still somehow get offended because of their delicate feelings. Don’t you know that women are sensitive creatures who need to be protected and coddled at every cost, so that mean words don’t strike them down? Person A: That sounds kind of sexist, dude. 36a) Why are you so afraid of recognizing your own privilege? > I don’t have any. I live in an apartment complex, live below the poverty line, barely passed high school, and suffer from depression, anxiety, and Asperger’s. But yeah, you with your designer clothes, $200 haircut, and feature spot on BuzzFeed, tell me all about that privilege I have. 36b) It doesn’t mean you’re a bad person > Tell that to tumblr. 36c) Just recognise it and do something about it. > Says the woman living in a first world country.