queer feminism

LOOK HOW GOOD THE LATEST ISSUE OF TEEN VOGUE IS

ADS FEATURING SAME-SEX COUPLES

TALKING ABOUT THE STIGMA SURROUNDING FEMALE SEXUALITY

ACTUAL BODY POSITIVITY

DISCUSSING SEXUAL FLUIDITY

SEX ED THAT’S NOT JUST ABOUT STRAIGHT COUPLES

TALKING ABOUT CONSENT

TEACHING ABOUT DEBATE AND HOW TO STAND UP AGAINST HATE SPEECH

TROYE SIVAN AND HARI NEF TALKING ABOUT THE SOCIETAL PRESSURES OF COMING OUT

GIRL GROUPS THAT TACKLES RACE AND BEING QUEER

AN ARTICLE ABOUT MEN WEARING MAKEUP


thank god for teen vogue, these are the things teens really need to be learning about.

You know what’s funny?
When a woman talks about feminism and misogyny, they’re whiny, or bitches
But when a man talks about it, he’s ‘so sweet’ and ‘a great guy’

When a queer person talks about homophobia or oppression of the lgbtq community, they’re pulling the gay card
But when a straight person talks about homophobia, they’re 'such a good ally’ and a 'kind open minded person’

When a poor person talks about the struggles of being poor, they’re just being bitter and need to work harder
But when a rich person talks about the struggles of being poor, they’re a saint and a wonderful person

You see what I’m getting at here, when an oppressed group speaks out against their oppression they’re demonised for it but when the people outside of the oppressed group speak on behalf of them they’re praised and worshipped for it, the same goes for all oppressed groups, for poc when they’re demonised for speaking out but suddenly when a white person speaks out against racism and they’re treated like a saviour, or trans people, or disabled people.
People don’t like oppressed groups speaking out but they like feeling like the saviours

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• Trans women
• Trans men
• Intersex people
• The LGBTQ community
• Queer people of colour
• People with disabilities
• Autistic and neurodivergent people
• Sex workers
• Immigrants
• Women of colour
• People with mental illness
• The Black Lives Matter movement
• The poor and homeless
• Male advocacy
• Sexual assault survivors (men and women)
• Muslim women (with or without the hijab)
• Jewish women
• Sikh women
• Mothers