Tomorrow (or more like today) I’ll travel to the ojnare forest to wait for the final decision from the highest court in sweden (more about ojnare here).
I might also go on a bit of a tumblr hiatus after that since I really need some time to get myself together and stuff.
Feel free to send me messages, questions, stuff I should watch or whatever, I’ll answer everything as soon as I get back.
Woah this is actually… a fantastic explanation. I’m impressed.
Bless this post.
This is pretty spot on and brought up some issues with female/male-bodied that I hadn’t thought about before.
yes or yes
ganska passande eftersom vi brukar väl ses ca en av veckans dagar som medelvärde sådär
Ja typ? mwehehe.
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13 of 93 pages on my blog is fishy.
that is about 1/7 of the blog
Lesbians have been forced to live between two cultures, both male-dominated, each of which has denied and endangered our existence. On the one hand, there is the heterosexist patriarchal culture, on the other hand, there is homosexual patriarchal culture, a culture created by homosexual men, reflecting such male stereotypes as dominance and submission as modes of relationship, and the separation of sex from emotional involvement - a culture tainted by profound hatred for women. Neither heterosexual culture nor ‘gay’ culture has offered lesbians a space in which to discover what it means to be self-defined, self-loving, women-identified neither an imitation man nor his objectified opposite.
Telling straight people they can ID as femme if they’re feminist is the same as telling them they can ID as queer if they’re kinky. Femme originated among trans women of color and lesbians.
It’s also pretty telling that anytime you ask a queer who thinks it’s fine for straight people to ID as femme if straight men can ID as bears and twinks they get all indignant. I think it’s related to how queer people won’t bat an eye if someone IDs as a queer and as a gay man but being a lesbian is considered backwards and less queer. Some terms are valued as queer specific terms because they’re most often used by men.
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pretty sure its gross spam D:
yup I think so too but it always shows up when I’ve tagged something with “misogyny”, “feminism” or “eating disorders”… Weird.
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