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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genderheretic:

drakesquad:

even when i wear “man murdering winged eyeliner” and “the blood of men lipstick” the fact is the makeup industry is

  • owned by men
  • run by men
  • marketed towards women to attract men

and men arent fucking intimidated by your makeup

(via vulvanity)

radfemphantom:

There have been many girls who have personally asked me to teach them what radical feminism is about because it makes SENSE and is comforting to them, while also stating that they’re afraid of “coming out” as a radfem because people will harass, insult and send triggering hatemail and threats to them (which was also true for many of us when we first got ourselves invested in radical feminism) and if that doesn’t tell you about the entitlement and terror tactics of liberal feminism/transactivists then I don’t know what will. Even if radical feminism was ultimately ~*wrong*~, the fact they’re not even allowed to explore their own political thoughts and state their distaste for third wave feminism without being targets of violence is disgusting and enfuriating.

(via boldlyradicalising)

jea-nte:

New York Film Academy’s study of gender inequality in the film industry.

Yeah there’s that. Now a show me a racial breakdown. It’s seriously sad. 

(via bloodgutsand-cake)

isohels:

If women have done 1% of the monstrosities of men, men will make sure everyone knows about it. “people” do this, “people” do that, “its not just men!”

But if women do 99% of the great things that men do, men will make sure no one knows about it. They cut women’s history, they claim “men built everything you see” and if you mention the women involved you’re suddenly taking away from men’s achievements.

(via bloodgutsand-cake)

alyssmirari:

"I do it for me"

Oh really? You know, I do wonder how likely it would have been for you to have begun shaving off natural body hair if you hadn’t been informed from day one that natural hair on women is “gross” and that this was the beauty standard to aspire to.

The “I do it for me” choice-y feminism thing is bogus and please dear everything, apply critical thinking as to why it is we do the things we do.

(via dykesupremacy)

nazerine:

"I don’t blame men, I blame patriarchy" okay, well, enjoy your alternate universe where men aren’t the primary beneficiaries, perpetuators, and enforcers of patriarchy, I guess

(via femmephrodite)

nextyearsgirl:

Ladies, today’s lesson in #femalesupremacy: please note how absolutely fucking insane it makes men when you refuse to entertain their testerical bullshit or engage with them on the level they feel entitled to simply by making you aware of their existence. Harness the power of their rage brought on by your indifference; it’s a perpetual motion machine.

elizabitchtaylor:

Forever fucking suspicious of straight men who extensively blog/write about feminism to a young female audience.

(via nothatsstupid)

radicalblossoming:

why is it that when heterosexuals insist they are heterosexual and not going to have sex with someone of the same sex that’s accepted no problem and like a no brainer duh, but lesbians who insist they are lesbian and not going to have sex with someone of the opposite sex that’s transphobia and discrimination?

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(via femmephrodite)

evilfeminist:

Feminism did not invent an irrational fear that all men are violent; the high number of men who are violent rapists and commit violence against women are responsible for fostering this very realistic fear. This is called a class analysis.

(via thisisafemblog)