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Learning Feminism Through Pokemon haha. I relate most to liberal,trans, womanism and eco feminism - equality for all! This is great because there are degrees to everything and it shows that it is not all or nothing. I also feel that everyone can relate somewhere in these descriptions. Mandy

Learning Feminism Through Pokemon haha. I relate most to liberal,trans, womanism and eco feminism - equality for all! This is great because there are degrees to everything and it shows that it is not all or nothing. I also feel that everyone can relate somewhere in these descriptions. Mandy

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"Both men and women should feel free to be sensitive. Both men and women should feel free to be strong… It is time that we all perceive gender on a spectrum not as two opposing sets of ideals." - Emma Watson Click here for 6 other powerful quotes! - www.yogatraveltree.com #findyouryoga #yoga #feminism

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A useful rape analogy

"This is a rape analogy. This is what women face every single day when they try to bring their rapists to justice."

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True that. Everyone has been taught growing up that a man is to be respected, like your father and your educators, and women are to be seen as the consoling and hindering type. This is a form of feminism, we are to be seen and respected the exact same as men and vice versa.

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“When men imagine a female uprising, they imagine a world in which women rule men as men have ruled women.” ― Sally Kempton, Meditation for the Love of It: Enjoying Your Own Deepest Experience ~ Maybe why men are so afraid of feminism?

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Gemma is the type of person who rants about social issues despite being an middle class suburban white girl (who does nothing to back up her statement)

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Rape culture is the reason I (a 4'9" petite, "cute" woman) have to be on my guard at night. I have been harassed lots of times. I shouldn't have to worry about these things.

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7 Pictures For Women Who Don't Care What Anyone Thinks Of Them

Carol Rosetti, a graphic designer from Belo Horizonte, Brazil, recently began posting empowering illustrations of women and their stories to her Facebook page. She had no idea how wildly popular they would become.

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