Category Archives: Feminism

Is Rey a Mary Sue?

Star Wars: the Force Awakens was a pretty good movie, but Rey might become a Mary Sue. Not because of anything that is wrong with her. Her personality is fine, her actress was fine, but the rules of her own … Continue reading

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Politics Make Us All Into Humorless Killjoys Who Can’t Enjoy a Movie

It’s annoying when a feminist sees a movie and calls it misogynist because some character said something that her paranoid mind interpreted as her favorite type of oppression. It’s not any cuter coming from the opposite political side. If politics … Continue reading

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Atlas Shrugged: Dagny Taggart and Feminism

“She was twelve years old when she told Eddie Willers that she would run the railroad when they grew up. She was fifteen when it occured to her for the first time that women did not run railroads and that … Continue reading

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I Have a Sex Tape

Now that I got your attention, I will tell you what this is all about. A while ago, I argued that revenge porn laws are not needed for several very good reasons. One of them (and FAR from the only … Continue reading

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The Myth of the Unfuckability of Fat Girls

Sometimes, feminists stumble upon the truth. Sometimes this truth is something even the manosphere denies. 1. “I remember the exact moment that the concept of someone finding me attractive became even a remote possibility. I was 20 years old (TWENTY), … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Revenge Porn Laws

Revenge porn laws criminalize distribution of sexually explicit media without the consent of the individual/s involved. Often, it’s done by ex-partners who wish to harm the individual, usually a woman. Are they necessary? My first thought, when hearing about them, … Continue reading

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The Personal Is Not Political

“The personal is political” is a slogan of the student movement and the second-wave feminist movement from the late 1960s. It’s a way to remind yourself that your personal problems are connected to larger social and political structures. That is, … Continue reading

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