Does (White, mainstream) feminism not see Black women? And does #BlackLivesMatter only apply to Black men?
There’s a certain soapbox people love to stand on when it comes to makeup and beauty products. Let’s call it the “be confident in your own skin” soapbox.
Witnessing your mom be objectified.
So, we play at being feminist icons and tell everyone who will listen that a man is surplus to requirements. Saying it’s your choice let’s you get away with being dishonest.
I’m a young woman. I have goals. Big goals, but that doesn’t mean I should declare myself as a feminist.
As a young college-aged woman, I find that the majority of my peers do not understand what it actually means to be a feminist. Because obviously being a feminist means you burn your bras and hate men right?
Focusing on the flaws of her statement has demonstrated to society – particularly those who are not regularly conscious of social issues – that joining the conversation can produce dire consequences, even with the best of intentions.
In this modern era, feminists need not burn their bras and boast about their hairy legs. We’re in an era of feminism that promotes individual choice.
How to find anti-feminism in everything that exists.
“Well, you know God created man first. Then he took the rib out of man to make woman. And you know, a rib is a lesser cut of meat.” — Tom Corbin