yo automatically labelling every guy wearing a dress genderqueer/trans* is harmful, because what you are basically saying is that no man can ever engage in femininity - whereas women have been wearing trousers and suits for years and yet those traditionally masculine items of clothing are ‘gender neutral’. you’re trying to break down archaic gender roles but you’re just enforcing them in a different way. masculinity is not neutral. c’mon.
— Feminist Frequency (@femfreq)
Above is a tweet I made this afternoon in reaction to the fact that none of the games…
A bunch of whiny sexist neckbeard guys crying that women wanted to be treated fairly. I’m shocked!
I’ve really begun to tire of people constantly commenting on my selection of “male” as my gender on facebook. I’ve received many private messages and public comments regarding people’s apparent mind-boggling confusion over this. I’m sick of having to explain myself to people and trying to make them understand my disgust with the gender binary and not identifying as a woman. No matter how much I explain most of them do not get it and continue to make ignorant remarks. I mean, is it just me, or is it rude to ask someone what sex they were born, especially out of the blue and when you don’t know them? I feel like I’m going to go off on the next person that asks me about it or makes a comment. Would they approach someone whom they thought was trans and ask them about their gender or genitals? Probably, actually! Rude and tactless.
there was this one guy that kept asking me out.
every time I would politely decline.
He then kept complaining about how I led him on and put him in the “friendzone”
He got his friends to try to bully me into dating him
The next time I saw that guy, I told him “congratulations! you’ve left the friendzone!”
he looked really happy.
I then told him: “You’ve now entered the enemy zone! don’t ever talk to me again.” (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:・ﾟ✧
I’m anti-feminist for many of the same reasons I’m an atheist.
So you don’t believe women exist?
Its okay. I’m an atheist because I don’t believe in something I can’t see or touch. I suppose women are much like that for you.