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Some confusion here. To clarify: you can work for the government OR have free speech, but EVERYONE is allowed to be a bigot. Got it? #auspol— Minister for Women (@Minister4Women) April 7, 2014
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Posted on 31 March, 2014Reblogged from bloodtightapparel
Posted on 31 March, 2014
I was looking at some of the comments on my TEDx talk as research for an article about rape culture, and I came across this one:
“If this woman lost a little weight, bought some new clothes, went out to a bar, shut her mouth and smiled at a few guys then she might get laid and we’d not have to hear her moaning about vaginas and cars and men ever again.”
I always thought my commitment to challenging rape culture was due to me caring deeply about the fact we live in a sexually aggressive, oppressive world that forces women to bear responsibility for our own rape prevention while casting men as primal creatures so easily overcome by the sight of exposed flesh that they can’t help but force themselves onto women (despite complaining about how feminists always paint them as rapists).
But it turns out that my misplaced anger and rage at ongoing sexual violence and the society that makes excuses for it is just because I’m too ugly and fat to want to stuff a cock in!
To the gym! And then to a bar, where I’ll practice keeping my mouth shut, my legs open and my opinions to myself.
I’M CURED OF FEMINISM, A MAN CURED ME OF FEMINISM!
EDIT: It’s funny how some people think the cure for feminism is to engage in exactly the same kind of behaviour that women are supposed to avoid in order to prevent rape - being attractive, going to bars and behaving towards men in a sexually suggestive manner. Misogynists are a very confused bunch.
Posted on 31 March, 2014Reblogged from clementineford
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