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In the 1960′s Legally a woman couldn’t. http://fuckyeahwomenprotesting.tumblr.com/post/159210179040/in-the-1960s-legally-a-woman-couldnt

In the Legally a woman couldn’t shatterpath: “ hedwig-dordt: “ drst: “ gehayi: “ galacticdrift: “ spikesjojo: “

Be not afraid of going slowly, be afraid only of standing still.♥

The 'ending' gender roles I don't like, because most kids and adults fit well in their gender roles and we can mske room for the outliers. But if you wont be happy untill gender roles are ended you will never be happy.

I've used "I just said that" with my mom more times than I can count. But then, we both talk a LOT.

I would also like to add "i wasn't finished" *continue talking* to this list. And also "how dare you" lol No male dominance lol

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Nevertheless, she persisted. Art by Courtney Privett. This would make a great protest sign. "Ran out of space. Didn't even get to the ones I heard while interviewing for engineering jobs and from some of the auditors who came through the lab.


We should not have to tell people to stop sexualizing a five year old and a five year old should not feel pressure to be sexy or make the boys swoon

emasculated by feminism

Maybe you dumbasses wouldn't feel emasculated by feminism if your manhood was rooted in something other than oppressing women.

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Celebrate International Women& Day with these motivational quotes from some of the world& most inspirational women.

Everyone should watch this speech. It is empowering and moving and forces the issue of gender inequality, an issue that is warped by the media. She explains the true purpose of feminism and calls us to action, all of us, not only women.

15 Of The Most Empowering Things Emma Watson Has Ever Said

15 Of The Most Empowering Things Emma Watson Has Ever Said. This speech was presented beautifully, another round of applause for this woman please.

"True gender equality is actually perceived as inequality. A group that is made up of 50% women is perceived as being mostly women. A situation that is perfectly equal between men and women is perceived as being biased in favor of women.... Perfect equality, my husband keeps his name & I keep mine, is held as a statement of superiority on my part."

In my country and Arab culture in general, women keep their own last names, so I find it really wierd that this is the norm in Western culture << this is an interesting and cool thing that i did not know about

A Smile Isn't an Invitation for Harassment – So Could You Stop, Please? — Everyday Feminism

A Smile Isn't an Invitation for Harassment – So Could You Stop, Please? — Everyday Feminism>>> I don't have resting smiley face in the least lol and I have never personally witnessed catcalling but I can see how this is a problem


Change "female bodies" to "bodies associated with femininity". There's no such thing as a "female body".

But Feminism also supports the rights of men and boys -- that's what fighting the Patriarchy is about...

"Feminism includes: women of color, non-heterosexual women, trans women, disabled women, women of all body types. no matter what they wear.