basic radical feminist views

“A commitment to sexual equality with men is a commitment to becoming the rich instead of the poor, the rapist instead of the raped, the murderer instead of the murdered.”
- Andrea Dworkin

17-year-old white bisexual girl Emma - "deeply violent, very disturbed, and poorly parented" (D'Orsay) - runs this second-wave, radical and radical-leaning feminist blog and has a personal. For answered questions, go here.

Liberation and love for all women is the game. Please ask if you need a particular trigger tagged. Other questions are always welcome.

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allthecanadianpolitics:

Hundreds of people gather in a vigil to honour and remember Tina Fontaine and Faron Hall; both are first nations who were recently found deceased. Tina Fontaine was found in a bag in the river, murdered.

Media reports have come in saying that those marching have filled Portage and Main in Winnipeg.

We need to combat racism and prevent further violence and death to first nations people, but especially women. Canadians should not forget about this.

Sources: (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

(via thentheysaidburnher)

witchbornwitch:

In relationships there is so much responsibility placed on women to endure, to tolerate, to obey, to be patient, to heal these men, to enrich their lives, and to make them “feel” like men. So much that these characteristics have come to define woman; we are ideas, fantasies, and objects for these men.

We learn from a young age to be pleasing for men, and are told not to complain, because a good girl endures. A wife’s or girlfriend’s love and worth for their partner is weighed in how much bullshit, mistreatment, and abuse she takes.

And when the shit hits the fan, and a woman has had enough, the men are never blamed — they’re treated like injured boys in need of love and healing, and as women we are blamed because we must have failed them.

the-uncensored-she:

redhester:

well actually, sexism is quite effective in meeting men’s hunger needs. because sexism is fundamentally a system men use to extract resources from the earth, through women’s bodies. 

most of the world’s labor and food production is done by women. for men or male interests. 

so no. sexism is quite an effective way to help men when they are hungry. at the expense of women. 

that’s why we have to destroy the patriarchy so we can be free of this shittery. 

And this boy is too stupid to know the difference between sex and “gender”. It’s *sexes*, not “genders”. I’m so done with these hipster, shit-for-brains kids confusing their ~*radikewl kweer*~ fanfiction and gendershit LARPing hobby for reality. Learn some goddamn biology and physiology.

(via vulvanity)

vulvanity:

remember when little pink badges on them saying “no” were apparently progressive? or when shirts against catcalling were considered super fashionable?

remember when we thought consent was a cute accessory? remember when we thought that refusing men or saying no were anything other than our basic rights as human beings?

"no" should not be fun or sexy or trendy. it shouldn’t be revolutionary. it should be something women are able to say strongly and freely and it should be necessary and basic.

…but unfortunately liberal feminism has even commodified our “no”.

(via pixienightmaregoddess)

no not allowed to hate women! of course not. i just meant that it seems like you say that they aren't allowed to feel victimized. when they actually get harassed/killed/mistreated so much already.
fuckyeah-radicalfeminism fuckyeah-radicalfeminism Said:

lesbolution:

transwomen are discriminated against by gender conforming (masculine) males for not conforming with the gendered role associated with their sex.

they are not oppressed in the same way or on the same axis as females (people born with female reproductive organs: a uterus, ovaries, vagina, and vulva) because they are not and never will be females.

our experiences are unique and different. that’s the foundation of my ideology and the ideology of any other person who understands sex based oppression. this is not a violent ideology. violence against transwomen is perpetrated by males who seek to uphold dominance over women, and when they see one of their fellow males not complying with that they feel disgusted and threatened.

foresthoney:

the-beauty-of-the-moon:

bodaciousbanshee:

amorellamoon:

So this is a thing that happened…

Christian Day, a pagan writer and store owner, sent me this love letter after outing my account name on Facebook. Like many people who have an alias on facebook, I have a rather good reason for doing so. (I have a Meatspace stalker, who use to mail me bits of dead things, and threaten my children, because he wanted me to bear only HIS children. It was a living nightmare that I lived for over six months.) Alas… I was not very happy with Mr. Day for this, and told him so.

This screenshot shows his response

You are not misreading that. He actually said “…if he rapes you, please call out my name while he does.”

Facebook has been less than helpful during all this… As a matter of fact, they have sided with HIM, yanking my post with this screenshot on it, and putting my account on a 24 hour hold for “Harassment.” of Mr. Day.

I have… No real game plan at this point, other than not allowing this to go unseen by the many Pagans on the web. I have had such an outpouring of support from my friends and the general pagan community on facebook that it honestly made me cry. On another note, I have had to un-relax, knowing my stalker is still out there and can find me now. But, I will not back down. This shit IS NOT OK for our so called “Pagan Leaders” to do.

Rock on my Beauties… Pass this along if you wish, repost it everywhere, and let us not allow this “Man” to have a moment peace until he answers for what he has done. 

Dear followers, please reblog this. I want it to spread like wildfire. This guy is a real “Big Name Pagan” a famous published author, and he spent months bullying, harassing and threatening my godmother and her daughter over facebook. He owns a franchise shop here in New Orleans, and has systematically been trying to sow seeds of distention among local witches and their shops in order to cripple competition. He’s blatantly (racistly) disrespected our local Voodoo community on the radio saying that you shouldn’t have to go to Haiti to get initiated because it’s a “dirty place”. If you see his so-called “apology” don’t buy the hype. He is openly sexist, racist and classicist. This is not the first time he’s done something like this, he is not sorry. He needs to be held responsible for his actions. 

This is fucking sick.

He owns two shops, Hex and Omen. HEX is in both Salem, MA and New Orleans, LA and Omen is just in Salem, MA. Avoid him like the plague he is and don’t let him or the people he associates with profit off you (they, Laurie Cabot groupies, own shops in Salem too).

(via respexual)

Asker Anonymous Asks:
This is about your megapost about porn: I think that you provide enough evidence that the porn industry is corrupt, but I don't think that makes porn innately wrong. I think that instead of just not watching porn, we can work on making porn in which all actors are treated with respect more common. What do you think about this?
fuckyeah-radicalfeminism fuckyeah-radicalfeminism Said:

dragonsupremacy:

luaren:

The commodification of sex under an oppressive institution (patriarchy) is always wrong. Reform cannot happen when something was built, from the ground up, on oppression and humiliation.

It’s simply amazing how porn apologists can read study after study after testimony after testimony about how the porn industry makes its money off the rape & abuse of women & children, & the only thing they care about is being able to keep watching porn guilt-free. Just as luaren says, porn cannot be reformed because it was built on oppression. Without a constant, fresh supply of female bodies stricken by poverty & histories of sexual abuse, the porn industry could not exist.

snowglakes:

here is an idea: if all daddy doms took a minute to consider why violence against women turns them on, and why being called daddy turns them on? because maybe there is the possibility that those kinks have been influenced by the patriarchy? because the bedroom isn’t a bubble and kinks that mimic Real Societal Values aren’t inherent?

i can’t fucking stand when ddlg relationships are called feminist, you can’t just stick that label on anything you’d like. especially when NO critical thinking is applied. especially when the smallest amount of critical thinking applied could tell you it’s the antithesis of feminism

(via nextyearsgirl)

gradientlair:

nuneyskid:

50-year anniversary of the 9/15/1963 murder of four African-American girls in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama.

Their names are Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robinson, Addie Mae Collins and Denise McNair.

(via lesbianwarfare)