I have chills after reading this post. I literally feel like im going to throw up.. I will always reboot this.
I present to you… women who are ACTUALLY oppressed.
This is who really needs feminism.
I’ll reblog this every time I see it because oppression is NOT being too fat for Forever 21, oppression is NOT benedict cumberbatch as khan, oppression is NOT someone on a website saying something you disagree with.
literally can’t so terrible
Tell me more about how oppressed you American women are?
This is horrendous, I’ve reblogged it before.
I don’t exactly agree with the comments left here, we should strive to correct all oppression and all things that are wrong.
Just because one is more violent and unimaginable for most people, doesn’t mean that American women (or women anywhere else tbh) who feel oppressed are irrelevant and it doesn’t mean that other women who say there are oppressed don’t care about these women here and or that they don’t believe that these women need feminism too. When I think about feminism I don’t think about it just in my little box and how things harm me, I think about it on a global scale, for all women, everywhere.
For the pictures, their stories & the comment above mine ^ .
Ditto for the above comment.
DC WOMEN presents:
"My feminism will be intersectional or it will be bullshit"
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"The truth is, men have become second-class citizens…From boyhood through adulthood, the White American Male must fight his way through a litany of taunts, assumptions and grievances about his very existence. His oppression is unlike anything American women have faced."
Suzanne Venker, author of The War on Men*, writing at Foxnews.com, Men — the new second class citizens.
"His oppression is unlike anything American women have faced." Hey, it’s technically true:
Men take up 75% of CEO posts in the United States.
And 81% of the seats in the House of Representatives.
And 100% of people whose reproductive rights are never questioned.
It’s very, very “unlike anything American women have faced.”
(*Fun fact about The War on Men: the lady battalions only get paid 81 cents on the dollar in combat pay.)
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