RAW FEED: Saying no to feminism

I am saying no… Loud and clearly no.

And this is just a kind of vlog like rant, i’ve been sitting in with for quite a while, explaining my story and how I came to this specific conclusions.

I tried to stay neutral, but apparently neutrality wasn’t even an option.
If you need to call me anything, I would prefer the term Egalitarian.

I believe in equal oppertunity based on the individuals skill set and wishs’s.
It should not be about living up to a quoata, but merely have the freedom and choice to live the life you so choose.

I really refuse to be dragged further around in this circus

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  • MichaelANovelli

    With ya 100% on this one, Sof!

    You know, as someone who’s actually been raped, it seriously offends me that people are so quick to throw around the term “rape culture” in regards to trivial bullshit like that guy’s shirt.

    I too have grown tired of feminists claiming that, as a queer male, I should just sit back and let them run my rights movement for me, because THEY have my best interests at heart…so long as I’m the sort of swishy gay man who dreams only of being a straight woman’s pet. Clearly, as a bisexual Bear who adores super-macho men, I must be “self-hating”.

    To people trying to save the term “feminism” from the crazies, I say just give up. A good rule of thumb is that if you have to explain that something’s not a bad word, it IS a bad word.

    On a more positive note, Sofie, I LOVE that pillow with the rainbow people on it! ^_^

    • CDF-CRO

      You were raped? Poor you, my sympathies and I hope you’re not suffering because of it.

      • MichaelANovelli

        As it happens, I get along very well, thank you. I am a bit miffed whenever people through the term around with no regards to its meaning, but other than that, I just take it one day at a time. ^_^

  • Joel Kazoo

    Don’t mind me, I’m just gonna grab some popcorn and watch the MRAs and SJWs fight!

  • jjramsey

    This is the first time I’ve heard someone that I thought was decently credible describe Sarkeesian as a “con artist,” and I’m seriously wondering where that comes from. I can see her being biased and possibly mistaken, perhaps, but I hadn’t heard of her being deliberately dishonest. Can you explain what you meant?