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Sorry, Men, You're still not oppressed.Sorry, Men, You’re STILL Not Oppressed: Reexamining the Fallacies of “Misandry”BisexualMarshMallow
Posted on March 29, 2012by bunnika
Attention MRAs: This is a retooled, expanded, improved version of a post I did last year that has proven to be your absolute favorite. That post has already been thoroughly tainted with misogynistic comments, so head over there if you’re looking to add your voice to the fray. This entry–and all of my entries from here on–will be kept as a
The Problem with Talking about Women's Rights.Woman:This is a problem for women.Man:No it isn't.Woman:...Well, it isn't for most men, but many women face this issue.Man:No they don't. If it were a real problem you'd tell someone about it.Woman:We're literally telling you right now.Man:But this isn't even an issue. I've never experienced this problem in my entire life.Woman:That's because you are a man, and this is an issue that primarily affects women.Man:That's sexist.BisexualMarshMallow
Signs that your Anti-Oppression group isn't safe.BisexualMarshMallow
What they say VS. What they meanIf we want more women, men and non binary folk in our movement, we NEED to be more inclusive. Feminism is for all.BisexualMarshMallow
3 Radical Reasons why It's Okay to not be OkaysourceBisexualMarshMallow
What if I told you that it’s okay not to be okay?
You might accept that notion in theory, but whenThe Feels (as my daughters call it) occupy your mental space, leaving you with feelings of sadness, hurt, guilt, or just a general disconnect from any positive feelings about a thing, is your tendency to try to push through it, or to be with it?
There is this unspoken Church of Positivity dogma that pushes us toward constant optimism.
Think about how weird you’d come across to just about anyone if you said you didn’t feel good – and that you didn’t want to feel better. The agreed upon social sentiment is that as human beings, we should all be trying to experience positive thoughts and be optimistic about life.
We are expected to respond in the affirmative to the constant calls to action: show up and smile no matter what; think positive thoughts; kick