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Category Archives: Feminism
< C) Ways in which BDSM affects mainly the practitioners C1) It creates/ maintain/s encourages a situation where the hurting person asks to be hurt again, and often even hurt worse A hurting person who is unambiguously against what happened … Continue reading
Trigger warning: Sexual violence I never met a kinkster who wants to honestly discuss BDSM. They never want to talk about pain. They do not want to tell me what tops/ doms/ sadists get out of BDSM. They only give … Continue reading
Five years ago, you probably never even heard the word ‘transgender’. Ten years ago, you certainly did not. But since Caitlyn (formerly Bruce) Jenner came out as transgender in 2015, the topic has been everywhere. Laws have been changed to … Continue reading
“Shut the fuck up TERF.” “Fuck you, J.K.” “Eat glass.” “JK Rowling can suck my neopenis.” “I hate her and I hope something bad happens to her now.”* These are all threats which J.K. Rowling have received the past week. … Continue reading
“What will it cost you to use the preferred pronouns of trans people?” she asked. This is a very good question, and not just for me, but for all of society. Even as a child with a few cents, we … Continue reading
Women, as a group, cannot help transwomen, as a group, with safe spaces. I don’t say we should not – I say we could not. We are unable to do it. It is an impossible pursuit. It is an oxymoron, … Continue reading
I am an administrator of a Facebook group that discuss how women are treated in the church, and how to understand the Bible on the topic. Our main issues in the group are misusing the Bible to say women should … Continue reading
Question: “I hear stories of high-profile rape accusations, or of men around me accused of rape. How do I respect the facts in a he said/ she said story?” Answer: Start by asking who you are, and what your responsibility … Continue reading
I don’t know you, but I can guess a few things about you. The first is that you see yourself as a good person. Or perhaps a reasonably decent person, or a wonderful person. Whatever. The point is, on a … Continue reading