The other side.

Apr 19


"bear with me," i say

i have a bear with me. i want everyone to know

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come with me

and you’ll be

in a world

of image

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have you ever just worn something so often that youre like “if i was an anime character, this would be it”

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apocketfullofsadie replied to your post: -

*falls onto shoulder*

that too but this is a different thing


Apr 18


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raise your hand if you’ve ever been disgusted by your own fandom…


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Seriously we need to have titles more specific than ‘feminism’ to express gender-equality based movements these days there are so many offshoots, subsections, and mini-ideals that groups insist are the ‘real feminism’ when they all stumble over and contradict eachother.

The point that keeps getting driven home is ‘feminism is the belief/ drive for equality and if you say that you’re not a feminist you say you’re against all those things' when I've seen so many more attitudes and beliefs attached to the name (again, many that trip over eachother *HACKING COUGH*).

Working from that definition is like asking “are you not an anarchist” like that might technically be a yes or no question but there’s more to it than that.


"but what if we simply take everything wrong in the world, and say feminists are against that, that will make everyone who is not a feminist wrong, right?"

After doing reading off a long-ass article I made a post about before, I have come to the conclusion that the idea that feminism is a unified front is absurd. There are so many sections and sub-sections (all of which insisting that the others do not count) of feminist ideologies that it looks like one of those whacky tree-diagrams. I have a feeling that we saw the same post, and situations like that where they make it loop back around to ‘MEN DID THIS’ when the victim(s) is male is… in really poor taste.