did any radfems here ever in all seriousness in their libfem days accuse people of being cissexist? Because even when I was super pro trans I didn’t…
I used the term cisgender, but I never tried to shut down another woman’s conversation by calling her cissexist because even in my most libfemmy days, I knew that shit was wrong.
"Why force women into the sex trade as a ‘career option’ if they’re poor and then act like this is doing women such a big favor? Do you believe that it’s a sign of an egalitarian society when men are able to use their male privileges, political power, and money to demand the economic and sexual subordination of women? is that what you would call ‘equality?’"
— Jacqueline Homan (Without Apology)
- "FREEDOM OF SPEECH"
- "STOP PULLING THE RACE CARD"
- "MY BEST FRIEND/BOYFRIEND/GIRLFRIEND/WIFE/ HUSBAND/GRANDMOTHER’S SISTER’S UNCLE’S COUSIN IS BLACK"
- "UM IF SOMEONE SAID THIS ABOUT A BLACK PERSON IT WOULD BE RACIST"
- "THIS APPLE JUICE IS TOO SPICY"
Anybody else notice shaving makes us look like we’re pre-pubescent girls?
the kind of amazing, willful misunderstanding of radical feminist theory it takes for a guy to call himself a radfem absolutely astounds me
It really doesn’t escape me that above all other movements, feminism is expected to be more inclusive. And I’m not ragging on inclusivity b/c that shit is important, I just forever will not let it slide that women, who are socialized to be accommodating and submissive, are conveniently the activists to have the most demands on them