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does weaponized femininity include the working class women slaving away in a factory to make your false eyelashes and other cosmetic products?


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does weaponized femininity include the working class women slaving away in a factory to make your false eyelashes and other cosmetic products?
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Just read up on the bell hooks-Laverne Cox talk, thought it was really uncool(and unfemininist) of hooks to chide Cox for her presentation. I mean yeah, I get that for (feminist) cis women, femininity can start to feel constricting after a while, but trans women have a very different relationship wi...
fuck the idea that fat girls are only seen as hot when they have lingerie, a face full of makeup on and a sultry expression on their face like the level of femininity fat girls have to perform to not be seen as ugly is phenomenal 
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i have no patience for anyone who brands themself a feminist and does not respect a woman’s personal choices in terms of clothing, gender expression, etc. if you find things like shaving to be tiresome, by all means, don’t shave, but if you start acting like any woman who picks up a razo...
#FemininitySoFragile
That women feel the need to create an entire hashtag just to badmouth men.
As women, we are taught to be tiny. To have small bodies, to never be imposing. The ideal of our gender are thin and childlike, hairless and...
I saw a little girl today who was absolutely riveted by the life in the rotting seaweed around the harbour. I love seeing these little moments, because it takes me back to some of my first experiences as a ‘young naturalist’ of sorts. I was nearby, photographing and identifying pollinators: I was ju...
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Do not write poems about my lips. Two soft slivers of peaches created for you and you alone to kiss. Omit the fact that they are fire-blown ...
Let's talk about portrayals of women and femininity in Legend of Korra.
This was one of the most disappointing elements to me, because ATLA was a very feminist series that carefuly avoided a lot of common sexist pitfalls while creating a large and varied cast of empowered women who could choose to embrace or reject femininity to any degree without being treated as less ...