The comments on any article about feminism justify feminism.
In this case that article wasn’t exactly about feminism but the comments on articles regarding women, women’s bodies, and women’s lives always justify the need for feminism.
I don’t disagree with any of this…
You can call yourself a feminist if you’re a transmisogynist and a racist. That doesn’t mean you ARE a feminist. Or at the very least, you’re a really terrible fauxminist tbh.
When I said that I don’t have time for someone who doesn’t identify as a feminist that was very broad. I don’t literally mean you must label yourself with the word “feminist” in order for me to speak to you. I mean that if you’re not for the complete equality of women and the right for women to do/be/act in anyway they want to - that’s when I have no time for you.
Of course trans* people and PoC should not want to associate with people who are transmisogynists and racists….
I think the huge point here is that though those type of “feminists” unfortunately exist, they’re not in the majority when it comes to feminism. There are bad seeds in everything you do, sadly.
And when I said that I don’t have time for someone who doesn’t identify as a feminist that was very broad. I don’t literally mean you must label yourself with the word “feminist” in order for me to speak to you. I mean that if you’re not for the complete equality of women and the right for women to do/be/act in anyway they want to - that’s when I have no time for you.
im not familiar with canine breeding standards sry :/
i guess you missed the part earlier where i said you cant be a feminist if you’re a transmisogynist or not interested in intersectionality?
Thanks for the apology I guess. I never said anything about you being a feminist tho.
And idk man I don’t really thing there’s a “side” to feminism. There’s not my side and her side and that person’s side.
A person is either a feminist or they’re not.
(except why wouldn’t anyone be a feminist unless they’re a misogynist asshole i guess but tbh i rly dont have any time for people who actively say they are not feminists)
thanks for bein’ sweet <3
Because those look good…
Breast implants are always quite swollen and hard when they are fresh. Patients need to massage their implants every day to help the implant ‘settle’ in the body. Eventually they will ‘drop and fluff’, which means the swelling will go down and the implants will become soft like natural breast tissue and settle into more of a ‘breast like’ shape where the top will slope like a natural breast rather than look so round and ‘pushed up’.
No breast implants look like fluffy squishy bouncy boobs after surgery - not for about two months.