Category Archives: Feminism

Tootsie of the Week: Eyeshadow is never a victimless crime

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The tiara is a nice touch, very femme. Click the pic to see our Toots in all his finery!

Awww bless. At this point I am thinking that maybe, just maybe, it is Maybelline, being all twanzmisogynist, and applying the eyeshadow in goth format, when clearly this is sparkly to match the tiara, and dammit Maybelline, get with the programme and express his innerlaydeefeels!

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Pregnant ‘people’ and toasters

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Hi. I identify as a toaster. And I am pregnant. It is very personist to insist that only ‘persons’ can get pregnant.

What could have been an otherwise excellent article on DIY abortion, degenerated about half way along:

As soon as I could, I rounded up my closest friends for a knowledge-sharing session at home in Austin. I made modifications of my own to the training documents: I edited the gendered language in the instructions as much as possible, to better accommodate trans and genderqueer folks who don’t identify as women but who might need abortions.

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Jeffreys on the ‘degendering’ of women’s spaces

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Professor Sheila Jeffreys has penned a most comprehensive article for the Women’s Studies International Forum on the ‘degendering’ of women’s spaces. A PDF of the article is available from Professor Jeffreys’ website.

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Female existence is triggering to twanz

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And there we have it, from Tumblr site mtfconfessions. This is not merely ‘pregnant women shatter my womanish delusions’ because pregnant women remind M2T that they are not, and will never be, female or anything like female. This is actually an admission that ALL females’ existence ‘trigger’ M2Ts and shatter their delusion of womansuit.

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A LOLSOB moment from the twanzqueer politics

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Most Ironic Comment of this Century

Coming out of the daily barrage of insults hurled at radfems, comes this little gem – where one really does not know whether to laugh, cry, or maybe both at the same time.

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