Hello. It's my first time writing an article. Well, have you ever been bullied or harassed by men online? Have they ever criticized you for stating your opinion on the internet, whether it be on social media like Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or Youtube? And how does that make you feel?
It happened to me many times. That aside, let's talk a little bit about it. I feel that it originated from the non-technological world, where assertive men were considered "driven," "motivated," etc. while assertive women were called "b*tchy," "rude," or even worse--- "bratty" or...
Have you ever been offended by those stereotypes? Well, I get offended pretty easily by the gender stereotypes. Whenever I get offended I would complain and stop watching or playing the game altogether. Nearly all movies and tv shows and even the video games are made by sexist men who think that women are not as capable as women! Let's look at one example, the movie Gremlins. It may be funny, but can be sexist. I hate that movie. It portrays women as weak, cowardly, helpless, and over FUCKING dependent! And males as too overprotective and muscly and too fucking irresistable! Gosh, I hate when...
x and y are not dissimilar . In fact they are so similar that y is called x with missing leg. If that is correct then there remain no difference in blue print . if blue print is same how can the structure erected on the basis of this can be different. Only difference must be in arrangement and for a capable mind that is no difference at all . so to say man is just the woman with clitoris enlarged as penis. Vagina stitched to be scrotum and ovaries dropped down from the tummy as testis........(Ref-man is the extension of woman)
Now i'm what I would like to call an average guy. I also like to think that I'm open minded and willing to hear any argument as long as that argument is backed up with cold hard facts.
Now as a guy i personally don't have any experience of any of the issues normally expressed by the feminist movement so my thoughts and opinions are always formed from second hand or third hand experience (reading articles, watching YouTube videos etc.)
Now i'm sure some of you are asking yourself why are you asking this? Well the answer is as follows.
Not too long ago, I’ve been exploring the recesses of the Internet for some discussion based on Feminism-from websites dedicated to only the talk of Feminism to YouTube videos and their comments, knowing fully well that many of the things I will view will be made by anti-Feminists. My expectations were only half-disappointed. I did expect the usual “Feminists are the most sexist, misandrist, selfish manginas and lesbians of the planet,” but I didn’t expect this: “black women shouldn’t have involved themselves in the white woman’s evil movement.”
Farida broke all barriers link
by Ophelia Benson
July 11, 2012
How miserably sad and depressing. Farida Afridi, an activist for tribal women in Pakistan, was murdered today. (You know how. You don’t even need to look. Leaving home for work. Guys on motorcycles. Guns. Died on the way to the hospital.)
Meet 6 inspiring women who are proving on the daily that a Wild Feminist’s fate is what she makes it. Feature on Phoebe Robinson, Hilary Knight, Grace Miceli, Ardelia Lovelace, Sasheer Zamata and Tanwi Islam from WildFang, April 2017.