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It is another way of shaming women for natural bodily functions such as body hair and burping because men’s oversexualized image of women doesn’t envision them as human, men see women as objects and not as people who have to produce normal bodily functions.

A guy in my class pulled out a pad from this girls bag and she pushed it into his face.

A blog post on the matter which received 8,000 notes. (from tumblr)

I am so tired of the "not all men" excuse! No one is accusing you of doing these things, you're missing the point.

Leg hair and people<<Wow, what a weird caption. Let's change that to "feminist vs misandrist views on leg hair", good?<<< wow, what a weird caption. Let's see what if we just respect what they wrote?

I've used "I just said that" with my mom more times than I can count. But then, we both talk a LOT.

I would also like to add "i wasn't finished" *continue talking* to this list. And also "how dare you" lol No male dominance lol

Differing reactions based on the gender of the story teller - If it's a woman it's her fault, if it's a man, it's the woman's fault.

Why I need feminism. ---------------- I would've probably thrown him into the entertainment center

 truuuuuue (by @witchmemes) (rp @theaussiefeministt)

People need to learn to give a fuck about others and educate themselves on what reality is

Being submissive is ingrained into a girl's mind the moment she's born. Women are taught to be reserved, soft-spoken, polite + kind, because they are taught to be the "nurturers" of the world. Some people know this, and will try to take advantage of it simply because "lol women are weak, such pushovers."

All men benefit from women's reinforced fear of being hurt for saying no. I'm not saying they want to, but they all benefit anyway.

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