You are the Outsider.He was alone. He had no one to hold so one might ask- why is he important?You are the Outsider.2 weeks ago in Free Verse
He wasn't, yet here he was standing with people he called "friends". He was sociable person but deep inside he knew he wasn't like them. If he told these "friends" what he really felt, he knew they would abandon him.
How could one be so alone in a crowd full of people?
She too was alone, walking a lonely path where there was no home.
Home is nonexistent when she herself was her own little island.
She wasn't some adolescent teen that was having a hormonal crisis. She was literally and legitimately alone.
He always felt like he didn't belong.
He was too empathetic, too understanding, too.."feminine".
Something feminists would love and men would hate.
'I want to be accepted for who I am. Is that so hard?'
He didn't feel like saying this out loud. After all why would he? For people to say,: "You are a whiner". "Go grow some balls, pussy". "Pfft. Stop wallowing in self-pity and do something w
feminism : )here i go again, ranting about social justice bc of some ignorant ass people!!!!!<33feminism : )1 month ago in Personal
most of you probably know i'm a feminist. because i believe in gender equality.
you would think everyone would believe in gender equality (bc it's basic human compassion), but nah man, let's talk about why feminism is wro n g.
first of all, the term feminism was coined by a french philosopher guy named charles fourier aaaalll the way back in 1837. so any angry and irrelevant person saying "feminsim was made up by girls to feel important" can shut up now.
there are a lot of people saying "if you really believed in equality, you would call yourselves equalists and wouldn't try to make girls more important than guys."
okie dokie. let's take a look for a second. literally a second. bc that's all it would take to attempt to educate yourself on the actual definition of feminism : )
"The advocacy of women's rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men."
... okay so i'm having tr
That's not Feminism.(Sorry for my anger in this one, I guess it was just a lot bottled up that gets out.)That's not Feminism.2 days ago in Personal
Whenever I say that I am a feminist, I always get attacked by the same people, with the same tired things. They always mention social media, 'social justice warriors' or similar.
Its funny how its the same reaction when I say I'm a socialist, people always scream 'Hitler' and 'Stalin' at me. Even though the largest opposition to Hitler, was Socialist rebels, or Socialist soldiers... And Stalin said he would bring Socialism, aka, democratic distribution and control, through him deciding everything... A clear contradiction, like me saying that I wanted to put out a forest fire, by carpet bombing it with napalm bombs.
But holy s**t I go off topic... Feminism, is not thinking that every single person is in mental jail by literal dicks, or whatever. Feminism, is not thinking that women should have special rights. Feminism is simply, just, treating people with respect, no matter their f**king gender.
Feminism and Gender EqualityFeminism....when people hear that word, suddently they are afraid..afraid that girls will take control of everything and favorising themselves only. It's not what we want. We want to be able to be paid just as much as men, to have our own choices without being forced to do what our husband wants us to do, we want to be considered as persons and not objects. All we want is GENDER EQUALITY.Feminism and Gender Equality2 weeks ago in Free Verse
When I was young, I used to play soccer (Football) and alot of intense sports. To play with my guy friends I had to prove my worth as a girl. I was always forcing them to not restrain their shoots and to play like they usually do and they were saying to me ''We don't want to hurt you...you're still a girl''...it's not because I'm a girl that I can't handle intense play, it's not because I'm a girl that I am fragile and it's certainly not because I'm a girl that I can't play sports.
When I grew up a little more, when I was 15, guys started to do sexual jokes about me like ''Damn girl, come here you gon
How feminism is ruining sexSeriously this is why the human race will die. So much consent requirements will literally make masturbation more awesome then actual sex. Also do I have any British followers? Is tea the best comparison system you have? If so I will always from now on compare the hijacking of the slave trade from the Dutch to supplying the Confederate States their slave to making tea.How feminism is ruining sex2 weeks ago in Personal
What Everyday Feminism Taught MeEveryday Feminism taught me that as an asexual, I am oppressed by people merely asking questions about asexuality, some dumb advice, the fact that I don't see asexuals on TV, the fact that there aren't asexual dating websites, the fact that asexuality never showed up in sex ed, people mixing up asexuality with celibacy and people making idiotic claims.What Everyday Feminism Taught Me5 days ago in Personal
Your actual feelings? Fuck that shit! You're an oppressed asexual who is constantly trampled by the those hetero, cis shitlords! You are the victim here! So listen here Alex. You are faced with day-to-day microaggressions from those hetero scum and you are being increasingly marginalized! What do you mean you aren't triggered by those privileged, hetero cishets insulting your asexuality!? Of course you are!
Okay, it's like they looked at a fifteen-year-old's Tumblr blog and went "Hmm....this would be a good idea for a website!" and thus Everyday Feminism was born. Is Everyday Feminism supposed to be the cutting edge in feminism? If
Kasaundra's Take on FeminismOne of the biggest beefs I have with the government is when they try to take away my rights as a person, yet they play the victim card. To me, us women or latinos, or asians or what for that matter are not victims. We are equals, and we can accomplish just as much as any other person could. To me, we're all human beings. It's just some people don't act like it. This is where feminism and the "war on women" comes in. The war on women was started by Second Wave feminism in the 1970s. Women started campaigning for equal rights, reporductive rights, pay and all that stuff. But it missed a vital point in when it transitioned to 3rd wave feminism. it neglected to take in that men had problems too, just like women. Feminists have not only discarded men, they also ingored the issues they were facing. They just focused on women's issues and focused on domination. Not equality. There is a sheer difference between equalKasaundra's Take on Feminism4 days ago in Personal