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feminismisahatemovement:

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wildwilde:

i don’t get why people believe feminists hate men

i don’t get why a movement that is for women is so misunderstood to the point where it’s still about men

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Gee, I have no clue either.

We must be missing something, Watson. Think, man, think..

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woolypuffprincess:

penguintim:

"America is a land of freedom!!11!!"

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or trans, neuroatypical, otherkin, feminist…

Otherkins are a joke, seriously.

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  • meg-why2k14Peachie, do u think that wearing fashion from Japan, specifically "Harajuku" fashion is culture appropriation? Because a lot of westerners seem to agree it is. I personally don't think it is. If you asked a japanese person the same question they would say no.
  • princess-peachie

    I reblogged something about this recently, but my answer is a big no because a) Harajuku fashion, especially Lolita Fashion and Fairy Kei, is often inspired by a lot of western fashion from past eras- it’s a celebration of mixing cultures and creativity, and b) japanese people have set up many campaigns to try and spread the style around the world (e.g. Baby the Stars Shine Bright opened up in Paris and San Francisco, and Misako Aoki is appointing official kawaii ambassadors to help spread cuteness globally). :)

    Harajuku fashion is not meant to be taken so seriously; it’s meant to be fun, free and enjoyed by everyone who likes it. ^^

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