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fucking stop making it harder for young girls and women who are interested in/agree with radical feminism to be open about their beliefs.  stop scaring young girls and women away from an entire movement that actually prioritizes them.  stop encouraging and fueling the violent misogyny spewed at radical feminists.

libfems are all abut supporting women’s choices until women choose to be radfems

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it makes me so sad to see young girls reading fifty shades of grey and women defending this atrocity 

It’s just a book you dumbass. You’re no better than the fundamentalists who think Harry Potter is evil because of witchcraft.

yeah how dare i be against a book that is incredible degrading to women and that promotes rape and  abuse? Because we know that popular books, movies, video games, etc have absolutely no impact on the normalization of violence agains women riiiight 

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Vegan Problems



having to talk like

"after I showered with vegan shampoo and vegan soap, I ate my vegan cereal with vegan milk, put on my vegan makeup, grabbed my vegan shoes and got into my boyfriend’s car (with vegan seat covers) and went shopping for vegan things, and then that night we went out to eat and I had a delicious vegan burger” 

just so people won’t go “_____ isn’t vegan! CAUGHT you!” every three seconds

This shit is really annoying

Having vegan friends is the best

Tatiana Maslany, Sarah Paulson, Maisie Williams, Katey Sagal, Natalie Dormer and Nicole Beharie attend Entertainment Weekly: Women Who Kick Ass panel and presentation during Comic-Con International 2014 at San Diego Convention Center on July 26, 2014.