Anonymous asked:

can you not tag anti feminism in the feminism tag?

I tag my feminism-related posts as feminism for easier searching through my own blog. If you don’t like the one or two posts a month I actually create in the feminism tag, scroll past them.

Anonymous asked:

"Truly free modern women must expect the possibility that they can be attacked if they are going to go out with strangers." - Camille Paglia [Because you know, rape happens.]

Yes, she said that. Gonna need some context. Not sure if you’re criticizing this quote or cheerleading it.

Anonymous asked:

Camille Paglia, I'm sorry but it's really hard to take someone seriously that voted for Ralph Nader.

What does her political affiliation have to do with this? I could turn it around and say I can’t take someone seriously who writes for comic books. But I wouldn’t say that. His job or her voting habits have nothing to do with this.

Anonymous asked:

"I'm not one of those people that think feminist is a bad word. I don't see why everyone shouldn't be a feminist." - Jason Aaron [Writer for Thor, Wolverine, PunisherMAX, Scalped, and The Other Side]

"Feminism is dead. The movement is absolutely dead. The women’s movement tried to suppress dissident voices for way too long. There’s no room for dissent. Feminist ideology is like a new religion for a lot of neurotic women. You can’t talk to them about anything."

Camille Paglia, 30+ year professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


I don’t need feminism, because the “you’re either a feminist or misogynist” mentality is hilariously similar to the dogmatic thinking, black and white mentality of histories biggest racists, idiots, tyrants, dictators, etc.

You’re either a feminist or a misogynist is no way for an equality movement for social change to operate.


Reblogged from womenagainstfeminism