“Feminist” is a word used these days to describe strong, fearless women with a voice. It sometimes sounds like an insult or a word someone would use to bring someone down.
“We hurt, too. We want to be told nice things, too.”
Chivalry is the place where the cliches of damsel in distress and knight in shining armor were born. It is also the place where they should go to die. Chivalry is what I would do for people I love, friends I care for. It is not and should not be gender specific, its historical roots notwithstanding.
“Any problems we have are largely swept under the rug ’cause we have historically ‘Had it better’ or we are expected to be ‘privileged’ enough to ‘deal with it ourselves.’”
I will always rise.
One day God the Father was sitting up in heaven reading The Holy Bible, and he realized how patriarchal it all was.
“Society in general doesn’t give a fuck about men’s problems at all, not even a little.”
“A word used by feminists to silence men and prevent them from learning that men actually have problems too and that their point of view isn’t the only one.”
If a group of Expired Cottage Cheese Men want to tell me what I should do with my uterus (but think my emergency cesarean section or postpartum depression should disqualify me from insurance coverage), why can’t I yell at them for this cystic pimple that is so deep and painful I can’t even POP it??!?
“Male privilege; if anything, women are the privileged ones.”