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Here is a short comic about the sneaky strategies used by the anti-abortion movement in the UK. Description from matteofarinella.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Here is a short comic about the sneaky strategies used by the anti-abortion movement in the UK. Description from matteofarinella.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

How Can You Tell if You’re Being Sexually Empowered or Objectified? Ask Yourself This Simple Question [1/2]

How Can You Tell if You’re Being Sexually Empowered or Objectified? Ask Yourself This Simple Question [1/2]

Carol Rossetti >> http://amykinz97.tumblr.com/ >> www.troubleddthoughts.tumblr.com/ >> https://instagram.com/amykinz97/ >> http://super-duper-cutie.tumblr.com/

Carol Rossetti >> http://amykinz97.tumblr.com/ >> www.troubleddthoughts.tumblr.com/ >> https://instagram.com/amykinz97/ >> http://super-duper-cutie.tumblr.com/

10 Memorable Sets of Sisters in Fiction | Flavorwire

10 Memorable Sets of Sisters in Fiction

Misogyny Toons | short history of misogyny - Originally published on May 1, 2008

Misogyny Toons | short history of misogyny - Originally published on May 1, 2008

And this is what Butler and Foucault mean when they talk about knowledge production being a reproductive process. Butler says that, “the naming is at once the setting of a boundary, and also the repeated inculcation of a norm” (Bodies That Matter, xvii). As feminists, each time we locate and name a particular issue, we participate in discursively reproducing it.

And this is what Butler and Foucault mean when they talk about knowledge production being a reproductive process. Butler says that, “the naming is at once the setting of a boundary, and also the repeated inculcation of a norm” (Bodies That Matter, xvii). As feminists, each time we locate and name a particular issue, we participate in discursively reproducing it.

If The World Worked Like the Internet Thinks it Does: Homelessness

If The World Worked Like the Internet Thinks it Does

If The World Worked Like the Internet Thinks it Does: Homelessness

A comic details how it's scary to speak up about sexism

Comic Explains Why It's Important to Speak Up About Sexism

A comic details how it's scary to speak up about sexism

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