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Feminist Claims That Women Who Dress Girly Are Victims Of Patriarchy, Gets Quickly Shut Down
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Feminist Claims That Women Who Dress Girly Are Victims Of Patriarchy, Gets Quickly Shut Down

There is a never-ending dialogue about patriarchy and the impact it has on society’s definition of femininity and masculinity. Some people believe that acting and dressing ‘girly’ is actually a result of patriarchal oppression and a long history of men telling women to dress and look a certain way. However, other times it can simply be the preference of a woman just wanting to wear a dress, a feel comfortable in a style that fits into the traditional mold of femininity.

Recently, artist Kiana Mcmillian received a lot of attention online after sharing one of her illustrations on her blog

Image credits: Kiana McMillian

This is not the first time Kiana has shared some of her work online. the artist already has a blog dedicated to her art where she shares all kinds of adorable illustrations. But out of all her work, this image illustrating her changing style while growing up has sparked the biggest debate.

One user quickly declared that women who dress girly are victims of patriarchy

It is a recurring issue in today’s society for people to judge others based on what they wear. It is often understood that a woman who prefers to wear dresses, makeup and spend more time on their appearance might be doing so because of a long history of patriarchy and men telling woman that they need to look a certain way, a way that pleases them.

But Kiana was not having it, she quickly responded to these claims by explaining why women should be allowed to wear whatever they want

Another user also responded by saying that some women are afraid to look feminine because they are shamed for being too girly

With over 177,000 reblogs the post quickly went viral with people supporting Kiana and saying that every woman should be allowed to dress however they want, without others judging them for their decision.

Many people came to Kiana’s defense

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TheReader19
Community Member
3 years ago

Isn't true feminism looking and doing whatever you want too?

Night Owl
Community Member
3 years ago

Yes, it's all about having the freedom of choice and not being judged for it

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Chicago Kitty
Community Member
3 years ago (edited)

I so much appreciate the artist's response. I've been a girly girly my whole life, because it's who I AM. I love pretty things and enjoy traditionally feminine things and that's okay because that's what is right for me and makes me happy. I am sick to my back teeth of the militant so-called feminists shaming women who value traditional femininity. I am not diminished, less-than, stupid or victimized by the "patriarchy" which has been tossed around so much lately it may as well be the "illuminati" because I like sewing, needlework, cooking and yes even housework! I think there is tremendous value in femininity, traditional womanhood, homemaking that has been diminished by women shaming women. Every time I see a comment like the one criticizing the artist I feel like the militant feminists are trying to shame the rest of us with ovaries into joining their gang. You do you girly girls! You do you not girly girls! If we all do that we'll just be happy girls!

beep boop
Community Member
3 years ago

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Kjorn
Community Member
3 years ago

feminism is choosing what you want! CHOOSING... that was a thing woman didn't have few years ago. now they can choose. my wife chose to stay at home with our kids. she loved that. that doesn't make her less of a woman for that. sick of terrorrism feminism

Fiona Toms-Yarnton
Community Member
3 years ago

It doesn't make her MORE of a woman, either. Housework or paid work, nothing makes us more or less a woman. I am a woman because I AM. Feminism has been a great blessing for me, because not only am I able to be the woman I chose to be, but also regarded as a fully-fledged member of the human race.

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beep boop
Community Member
3 years ago

This comment has been deleted.

Randomcthulu
Community Member
3 years ago

Some days I'm girly, some days I'm not, and some days just don't deserve makeup lol

Nia Loves Art
Community Member
3 years ago

Acting like there is something wrong with traditionally “feminine” things fits the textbook definition of sexism!

nanashi
Community Member
3 years ago

I was the kid who tried mega hard to distance herself from anything coded 'girly'. I play rough, do whatever the boys do, but inside I really really want to play with dolls and pretend cooking. no one ever told me it was okay to be 'girly', only that nobody likes girls who liked girly things. only as adult I found my way to the right path after discovering and understanding feminism, and I regret all those days I would have enjoyed more if I have more girl friends. I still can't dress as a woman even as adult. the damage to the little girl inside me is permanent. now, I just hope my niece will not have the same childhood as mine. I will be the one to tell her it's okay to be girly and that there's no shame in it.

Ken Schubert
Community Member
3 years ago

As a man, I'd just like to say... (trips and falls downstairs, rendering self unconscious.)

Vilkas
Community Member
3 years ago

Are people actually serious with this horseshit? "I don't like girly things, I am a feminist, therefore all girly things are pushed on girls/women by a patriarchy." You have the critical thinking of a fucking 9 year old. Grow the hell up.

Lilly
Community Member
3 years ago

gotta agree with OP--that could've been me she drew. and it wasn't patriarchy. I've never subscribed to social 'norms.' i do my own thing & live my life to make myself happy. now it's t-shirts & jeans, no makeup, and i LIKE it!

LeilaOdinis
Community Member
3 years ago

I am thankful for all the women before me who worked hard to give me a choice. I choose to dress more masculine, cos it is more comfortable. When I want to dress up in dresses and make-up I can. I don't like it when someone tells me I am anti-feminist or a butch cos I wear men's shirts. My choice not yours. Kudos to the artist standing up to the keyboard warrior.

TheBlackPanda
Community Member
3 years ago (edited)

Shaming femininity is anti-feminist. If women become like men, then the purpose of feminism has been defeated. Feminism is supposed to give women the freedom to be women and not be seen as the weaker gender. It's not about putting femininity aside. It's about embracing it and being proud of it and not worrying that it'll make anyone think less of you

XEOFIRE XEOCHANGE
Community Member
3 years ago

I hate this sort of thing. Do what you want. There will always be people who will make you feel guilty about how you dress. They mean nothing. I do not care about Feminism because these so called organizations mean nothing except for their own agenda.

Angie Cates
Community Member
3 years ago

At 49 I'll tell you, today I no longer give a shit what others think. Solves so many problems like this. The beauty of age. Learn it early and your better than the next person because you don't spend your days trying or not trying to impress anyone. If they won't take you as you are, then screw them.

Alia G.
Community Member
3 years ago

I wear makeup, "girly" clothes, and love things that are pink and cute and I often am told that if I want to be a real feminist, I have to be more masculine. Little do those people realize, they are the epitome sexism.

pusheen buttercup
Community Member
3 years ago

Perhaps we should also ask why "girly" things are considered feminine. Why not consider them manly, who's in charge of that? Pink used to be masculine, for boys, you know.

Full Name
Community Member
3 years ago

Yup. Pink was thought of as a bold colour and therefore masculine, and blue was thought of as soft and pastel-like so it was feminine. From what I gather it's clothing companies that shaped our views as opposed to something innate. That said, I'm a straight man and I like pink a lot. Lots of guys damn near fear it. It's just reflected (or emitted) light, fellas. No need to freak out.

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Kyana Winter
Community Member
3 years ago

I often wear black and blue, but I were pink on other days as well. People should be able to wear what they want without being considered a " tomboy" or a "girly-girl" because on an alternate world the roles could be easily be reversed.

Kururi.Orihara
Community Member
3 years ago

15 and just recently starting to accept pink and other bright colors are not necessary feminine and struggling with the fact that wearing these will NOT hurt my pride of a bipeing a very different, flexible person who is unique....

ellie sedgwick
Community Member
3 years ago

this is all fake lmao kiana didn't say any of that apart from the last comment with "busket" as the url https://twitter.com/watery_day/status/1068651470122307585

Stephanie Kwak
Community Member
3 years ago

Kiana, the woman with her FULL NAME AND FACE, has requested to take this article down (or at least remove her name and face from this article). http://busket.tumblr.com/post/180666807903/bored-panda-published-an-article-about-me-using Please respect her wishes. This (in my opinion) is a breach of privacy if she didn't explicitly agree to name-dropping.

Stephanie Kwak
Community Member
3 years ago

Kiana, the woman mentioned by FULL NAME in this article, has been trying to ask for this to be taken down (or at least remove the full name/picture of her face). http://busket.tumblr.com/post/180666807903/bored-panda-published-an-article-about-me-using Please respect her wishes.

Lizard Queen
Community Member
3 years ago

I tend to dress "girly" when doing snake removals, simply because the best clothes I have for the job are quite feminine. Likewise when working on the car. At work, I'm in boring business casual. Feminism is about choices, options, and opportunities.

Bob Beltcher
Community Member
3 years ago

Can't wait for the day I can finally wear a pushup bra and low cut shirt to work. Guess I'm just trapped into the masculinity society pushes on me and I'll keep wearing a tie each day.

Kiki
Community Member
3 years ago

Feminism is about CHOICE. I did not get liberated from men just to be told what to do and how to think by other women.

Val
Community Member
3 years ago

It's nobody's business what you can/should wear. But this self-declared feminist is doing this exact thing. Shame on you!

Ojberretta Berretta
Community Member
3 years ago

1st wave feminism=equal rights 2nd wave feminism=we hate men women are better 3rd wave feminism=do what we say or youre a nazi

Rachelle
Community Member
3 years ago

PERFECT explanation!

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Yukobuz
Community Member
3 years ago

I heard someone once say that feminism is "trying to turn women into lesser men"

Time Itself
Community Member
3 years ago

oof

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Ryo Bakura
Community Member
3 years ago

*looks at pink t-shirt I'm currently wearing* What does this mean for me? Am I more feminine than I care to admit, or doesn't it matter, because it's a fucking colour, and associating them with genders is something that even pre-school kids don't even do anymore?

Sassy Gay Bean Who Loves Dogs
Community Member
1 year ago (edited)

How come I, a girl who dislikes dresses and pink and 'girly' things, must have been shamed for being girly, when nothing of the sort happened?! I'm enjoying what I enjoy.

moncorp1 Inc
Community Member
3 years ago

feminazi's

Lena
Community Member
3 years ago

feminism means choosing who you want to be. simple. i work in STEM, i only wear pants and bandshirts, black is my happy colour, i have Long hair and love Makeup. all that because i want it that way. now.. some self proclaimed feminists get mad about it. because " i wear Makeup to please the guys" - false. i wear Makeup because i think ist awesome. or : "you coock because evil cis men expect you to do so" - false again. i cook because i love it and because my boyfriend would manage to burn the water while cooking. lol. or my favourite : "you work in STEM because you want to please the men and because womens quota" again , false. i work in stem because i love it and i enjoy working with men. i think i would go crazy in a room filled with other women. it's just my way to do stuff and i'm heckin okay with it. yet "feminisits" complain about it.

natie marie
Community Member
3 years ago

Yaaas Queeen! M and S get slated for advertising slinky knickers for Christmas. TV thinks equality is having commercials show girls playing football. So the answer is to be a feminist girls have to not like pretty things and do man things. How about giving us equal pay.

Mont
Community Member
3 years ago

I approve this message.

Whitney Speight-Carlin
Community Member
3 years ago

What the actual fuck is going on with society today??

Dre Mosley
Community Member
3 years ago

She didn't just drop the mic, she hit her upside the head before dropping it.

Darryl Kerrigan
Community Member
3 years ago

Good post this :)

Kevin Camp
Community Member
3 years ago

Its funny, society gets blamed for many things in social conceptions. I work with women all the time as a fashion and editorial photographer, and often as not you can change the word society to women. Women are more likely to hate on other women for being to thin or too fat or too ghetto or not street enough or any other myriad thing. Not that men do not engage too, but at a far far lesser rate than women do.

Angie Cates
Community Member
3 years ago

I'm not sure what today's feminism word means though. I can tell you after what I've watched you couldn't pay me enough to be associated with anyone that does a woman's march for feminism. To me that's delusional women that apparently never really had a good job or felt like they were in their own shoes. I'm 49 and I've never had a problem my entire life. That shit went out with Laws decades ago. So for me today when I hear the word feminism and I like camo OR baby shabby chic pink, I'm a 15 year breast cancer survivor but I hear that word today and I imagine women bitching into the sky like a wolf howls. And they look stupid. Especially since the War against women was just a Democratic ploy for our votes. Be you cause you will never be anyone else

Sandra
Community Member
3 years ago

I agree with the recently comment as well. There are times when I would like to be more girly and I do not know if stylish is the best word (you get the point) but mostly when that happens people look at you from above, their mind being sometimes set as "if you care about all this stuff and being pretty, then you don't care about serious important stuff in your life like have a house and children" , I even have at attitude from my dad sometimes who encourages being girly but in the same time if I do it he would argue and say that I am picky or finical. so yes I do understand the comment, and I understand her post as well. As we grow up we evolve, so do our preferences.

Tisha Bell
Community Member
3 years ago

Wow, that's the buzzkill nobody invites to things.

why not
Community Member
3 years ago

i think feminist is an out dated term. we are all human with our interest determined by who we are. Not what we are. Male or female be who you want to be, not what others think you should be. Why does this still need explaining?

Nia Loves Art
Community Member
3 years ago

Feminism is more about social and political change, not personal interests.

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ZombieGirl5591
Community Member
3 years ago

yes

Ben Smith
Community Member
3 years ago

Rad-les-veg-fem. The user name tells you all you need to know about this person....yikes.

Gerry Higgins
Community Member
3 years ago

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Femanist logic: No matter what blame it on men. Everything is some man's fault. Apparently women have no accountability or responsibility.

Alia G.
Community Member
3 years ago

I am a feminist, and yeah, I blame sexism on you. But I don't blame sexism on you because you are a man, I blame you because you are making generalizations about feminists.

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TheReader19
Community Member
3 years ago

Isn't true feminism looking and doing whatever you want too?

Night Owl
Community Member
3 years ago

Yes, it's all about having the freedom of choice and not being judged for it

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Chicago Kitty
Community Member
3 years ago (edited)

I so much appreciate the artist's response. I've been a girly girly my whole life, because it's who I AM. I love pretty things and enjoy traditionally feminine things and that's okay because that's what is right for me and makes me happy. I am sick to my back teeth of the militant so-called feminists shaming women who value traditional femininity. I am not diminished, less-than, stupid or victimized by the "patriarchy" which has been tossed around so much lately it may as well be the "illuminati" because I like sewing, needlework, cooking and yes even housework! I think there is tremendous value in femininity, traditional womanhood, homemaking that has been diminished by women shaming women. Every time I see a comment like the one criticizing the artist I feel like the militant feminists are trying to shame the rest of us with ovaries into joining their gang. You do you girly girls! You do you not girly girls! If we all do that we'll just be happy girls!

beep boop
Community Member
3 years ago

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Kjorn
Community Member
3 years ago

feminism is choosing what you want! CHOOSING... that was a thing woman didn't have few years ago. now they can choose. my wife chose to stay at home with our kids. she loved that. that doesn't make her less of a woman for that. sick of terrorrism feminism

Fiona Toms-Yarnton
Community Member
3 years ago

It doesn't make her MORE of a woman, either. Housework or paid work, nothing makes us more or less a woman. I am a woman because I AM. Feminism has been a great blessing for me, because not only am I able to be the woman I chose to be, but also regarded as a fully-fledged member of the human race.

Load More Replies...
beep boop
Community Member
3 years ago

This comment has been deleted.

Randomcthulu
Community Member
3 years ago

Some days I'm girly, some days I'm not, and some days just don't deserve makeup lol

Nia Loves Art
Community Member
3 years ago

Acting like there is something wrong with traditionally “feminine” things fits the textbook definition of sexism!

nanashi
Community Member
3 years ago

I was the kid who tried mega hard to distance herself from anything coded 'girly'. I play rough, do whatever the boys do, but inside I really really want to play with dolls and pretend cooking. no one ever told me it was okay to be 'girly', only that nobody likes girls who liked girly things. only as adult I found my way to the right path after discovering and understanding feminism, and I regret all those days I would have enjoyed more if I have more girl friends. I still can't dress as a woman even as adult. the damage to the little girl inside me is permanent. now, I just hope my niece will not have the same childhood as mine. I will be the one to tell her it's okay to be girly and that there's no shame in it.

Ken Schubert
Community Member
3 years ago

As a man, I'd just like to say... (trips and falls downstairs, rendering self unconscious.)

Vilkas
Community Member
3 years ago

Are people actually serious with this horseshit? "I don't like girly things, I am a feminist, therefore all girly things are pushed on girls/women by a patriarchy." You have the critical thinking of a fucking 9 year old. Grow the hell up.

Lilly
Community Member
3 years ago

gotta agree with OP--that could've been me she drew. and it wasn't patriarchy. I've never subscribed to social 'norms.' i do my own thing & live my life to make myself happy. now it's t-shirts & jeans, no makeup, and i LIKE it!

LeilaOdinis
Community Member
3 years ago

I am thankful for all the women before me who worked hard to give me a choice. I choose to dress more masculine, cos it is more comfortable. When I want to dress up in dresses and make-up I can. I don't like it when someone tells me I am anti-feminist or a butch cos I wear men's shirts. My choice not yours. Kudos to the artist standing up to the keyboard warrior.

TheBlackPanda
Community Member
3 years ago (edited)

Shaming femininity is anti-feminist. If women become like men, then the purpose of feminism has been defeated. Feminism is supposed to give women the freedom to be women and not be seen as the weaker gender. It's not about putting femininity aside. It's about embracing it and being proud of it and not worrying that it'll make anyone think less of you

XEOFIRE XEOCHANGE
Community Member
3 years ago

I hate this sort of thing. Do what you want. There will always be people who will make you feel guilty about how you dress. They mean nothing. I do not care about Feminism because these so called organizations mean nothing except for their own agenda.

Angie Cates
Community Member
3 years ago

At 49 I'll tell you, today I no longer give a shit what others think. Solves so many problems like this. The beauty of age. Learn it early and your better than the next person because you don't spend your days trying or not trying to impress anyone. If they won't take you as you are, then screw them.

Alia G.
Community Member
3 years ago

I wear makeup, "girly" clothes, and love things that are pink and cute and I often am told that if I want to be a real feminist, I have to be more masculine. Little do those people realize, they are the epitome sexism.

pusheen buttercup
Community Member
3 years ago

Perhaps we should also ask why "girly" things are considered feminine. Why not consider them manly, who's in charge of that? Pink used to be masculine, for boys, you know.

Full Name
Community Member
3 years ago

Yup. Pink was thought of as a bold colour and therefore masculine, and blue was thought of as soft and pastel-like so it was feminine. From what I gather it's clothing companies that shaped our views as opposed to something innate. That said, I'm a straight man and I like pink a lot. Lots of guys damn near fear it. It's just reflected (or emitted) light, fellas. No need to freak out.

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Kyana Winter
Community Member
3 years ago

I often wear black and blue, but I were pink on other days as well. People should be able to wear what they want without being considered a " tomboy" or a "girly-girl" because on an alternate world the roles could be easily be reversed.

Kururi.Orihara
Community Member
3 years ago

15 and just recently starting to accept pink and other bright colors are not necessary feminine and struggling with the fact that wearing these will NOT hurt my pride of a bipeing a very different, flexible person who is unique....

ellie sedgwick
Community Member
3 years ago

this is all fake lmao kiana didn't say any of that apart from the last comment with "busket" as the url https://twitter.com/watery_day/status/1068651470122307585

Stephanie Kwak
Community Member
3 years ago

Kiana, the woman with her FULL NAME AND FACE, has requested to take this article down (or at least remove her name and face from this article). http://busket.tumblr.com/post/180666807903/bored-panda-published-an-article-about-me-using Please respect her wishes. This (in my opinion) is a breach of privacy if she didn't explicitly agree to name-dropping.

Stephanie Kwak
Community Member
3 years ago

Kiana, the woman mentioned by FULL NAME in this article, has been trying to ask for this to be taken down (or at least remove the full name/picture of her face). http://busket.tumblr.com/post/180666807903/bored-panda-published-an-article-about-me-using Please respect her wishes.

Lizard Queen
Community Member
3 years ago

I tend to dress "girly" when doing snake removals, simply because the best clothes I have for the job are quite feminine. Likewise when working on the car. At work, I'm in boring business casual. Feminism is about choices, options, and opportunities.

Bob Beltcher
Community Member
3 years ago

Can't wait for the day I can finally wear a pushup bra and low cut shirt to work. Guess I'm just trapped into the masculinity society pushes on me and I'll keep wearing a tie each day.

Kiki
Community Member
3 years ago

Feminism is about CHOICE. I did not get liberated from men just to be told what to do and how to think by other women.

Val
Community Member
3 years ago

It's nobody's business what you can/should wear. But this self-declared feminist is doing this exact thing. Shame on you!

Ojberretta Berretta
Community Member
3 years ago

1st wave feminism=equal rights 2nd wave feminism=we hate men women are better 3rd wave feminism=do what we say or youre a nazi

Rachelle
Community Member
3 years ago

PERFECT explanation!

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Yukobuz
Community Member
3 years ago

I heard someone once say that feminism is "trying to turn women into lesser men"

Time Itself
Community Member
3 years ago

oof

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Ryo Bakura
Community Member
3 years ago

*looks at pink t-shirt I'm currently wearing* What does this mean for me? Am I more feminine than I care to admit, or doesn't it matter, because it's a fucking colour, and associating them with genders is something that even pre-school kids don't even do anymore?

Sassy Gay Bean Who Loves Dogs
Community Member
1 year ago (edited)

How come I, a girl who dislikes dresses and pink and 'girly' things, must have been shamed for being girly, when nothing of the sort happened?! I'm enjoying what I enjoy.

moncorp1 Inc
Community Member
3 years ago

feminazi's

Lena
Community Member
3 years ago

feminism means choosing who you want to be. simple. i work in STEM, i only wear pants and bandshirts, black is my happy colour, i have Long hair and love Makeup. all that because i want it that way. now.. some self proclaimed feminists get mad about it. because " i wear Makeup to please the guys" - false. i wear Makeup because i think ist awesome. or : "you coock because evil cis men expect you to do so" - false again. i cook because i love it and because my boyfriend would manage to burn the water while cooking. lol. or my favourite : "you work in STEM because you want to please the men and because womens quota" again , false. i work in stem because i love it and i enjoy working with men. i think i would go crazy in a room filled with other women. it's just my way to do stuff and i'm heckin okay with it. yet "feminisits" complain about it.

natie marie
Community Member
3 years ago

Yaaas Queeen! M and S get slated for advertising slinky knickers for Christmas. TV thinks equality is having commercials show girls playing football. So the answer is to be a feminist girls have to not like pretty things and do man things. How about giving us equal pay.

Mont
Community Member
3 years ago

I approve this message.

Whitney Speight-Carlin
Community Member
3 years ago

What the actual fuck is going on with society today??

Dre Mosley
Community Member
3 years ago

She didn't just drop the mic, she hit her upside the head before dropping it.

Darryl Kerrigan
Community Member
3 years ago

Good post this :)

Kevin Camp
Community Member
3 years ago

Its funny, society gets blamed for many things in social conceptions. I work with women all the time as a fashion and editorial photographer, and often as not you can change the word society to women. Women are more likely to hate on other women for being to thin or too fat or too ghetto or not street enough or any other myriad thing. Not that men do not engage too, but at a far far lesser rate than women do.

Angie Cates
Community Member
3 years ago

I'm not sure what today's feminism word means though. I can tell you after what I've watched you couldn't pay me enough to be associated with anyone that does a woman's march for feminism. To me that's delusional women that apparently never really had a good job or felt like they were in their own shoes. I'm 49 and I've never had a problem my entire life. That shit went out with Laws decades ago. So for me today when I hear the word feminism and I like camo OR baby shabby chic pink, I'm a 15 year breast cancer survivor but I hear that word today and I imagine women bitching into the sky like a wolf howls. And they look stupid. Especially since the War against women was just a Democratic ploy for our votes. Be you cause you will never be anyone else

Sandra
Community Member
3 years ago

I agree with the recently comment as well. There are times when I would like to be more girly and I do not know if stylish is the best word (you get the point) but mostly when that happens people look at you from above, their mind being sometimes set as "if you care about all this stuff and being pretty, then you don't care about serious important stuff in your life like have a house and children" , I even have at attitude from my dad sometimes who encourages being girly but in the same time if I do it he would argue and say that I am picky or finical. so yes I do understand the comment, and I understand her post as well. As we grow up we evolve, so do our preferences.

Tisha Bell
Community Member
3 years ago

Wow, that's the buzzkill nobody invites to things.

why not
Community Member
3 years ago

i think feminist is an out dated term. we are all human with our interest determined by who we are. Not what we are. Male or female be who you want to be, not what others think you should be. Why does this still need explaining?

Nia Loves Art
Community Member
3 years ago

Feminism is more about social and political change, not personal interests.

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ZombieGirl5591
Community Member
3 years ago

yes

Ben Smith
Community Member
3 years ago

Rad-les-veg-fem. The user name tells you all you need to know about this person....yikes.

Gerry Higgins
Community Member
3 years ago

This comment is hidden. Click here to view.

Femanist logic: No matter what blame it on men. Everything is some man's fault. Apparently women have no accountability or responsibility.

Alia G.
Community Member
3 years ago

I am a feminist, and yeah, I blame sexism on you. But I don't blame sexism on you because you are a man, I blame you because you are making generalizations about feminists.

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