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We should teach young boys to respect women, but we should also teach young girls to respect women. Women should not see each other as enemies, but as allies. Stop telling young girls that the best they can be is “not like other girls”.
repeat after me:
- virginity is a social construct
- you don’t lose your virginity
- there’s nothing valuable or precious about virginity, it’s an imaginary concept
- virginity is inherently heterocentric
- your worth is not defined by whether or not you’ve had a dick inside you
- what you define as sex is up to you, you get to decide how many people you’ve had sex with
- the end
"Your mom is gaaay!"
Some kids are arguing on my street, one has lesbian moms. I fucking can’t breathe.
From the mouths of babes
Scott Woods (X)
he motherfucking dropped the truth.
THAT’S THE PRICE YOU PAY FOR OWNING EVERYTHING
this is a super important explanation to think about whenever you feel like telling someone that something isn’t racist because you don’t hate x person.
In our culture, a woman’s body is a product. It is the vehicle by which male supremacy is justified and upheld, where violent male fantasies are projected. And every dress choice we make is said to either titillate or repel a man.
Modesty culture tells us we’re supposed to find the magical “in between” where we’re the “good girl” who is not an ugly prude. Of course, what is modest (but not repelling) is always changing based on context and men’s whims.
And then what? Where does that leave our ability to self-define? Nowhere.
Modesty culture tells us that when women dress conservatively they are freeing themselves from male objectification. But it’s modesty culture which renders every clothing choice a woman makes as being a part of male objectification.
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