Why do we need feminism?

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Women are not objects! I am a 16 year old girl who feels the need to cover my body in public because of perverted assholes like this. I am completely disgusted by that video and the comments on it.

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Writing a text post on Tumblr is like sending a message in a bottle; some day someone may read it or some sea creature will eat.

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"No Homo"? Wow… Just… Wow

[Warning: If after reading the first paragraph you become enraged or angered, click away, scroll on, close your browser, or just shake your head. If you feel the need to react in a hateful or aggressive way, YOU WILL BE IGNORED, BLOCKED and REPORTED. You have been warned!]

Every day, new words and phrases appear that delve into the depths of hell just to label “different.” Yet, people still love to hide behind the thinking that, “IT’s JUST A WORD.” No one ever stops to think just how harsh words can be to a person that is just figuring out who they are. It can be deadly.

There are fucked up people all over this big ball of dirt. There’s no denying that fact. But hiding behind the anonymity and safety of your keyboard is very much being a coward when you say fucked up things. Then many like to turn around and call others bully’s or harassers. Oh how easy it is to throw boulders whilst standing in your crystal house.

Here are some words you may want to think before posting, writing, or say them out loud:

No Homo (Makes it seem like being a homosexual is a bad thing. Vulgar and stupid)

Faggot (Not a person no matter how ‘jokey’ you say it)

Bully/Bullies (look up the definition it’s not just a word to be thrown around simply because a person doesn’t share your views)

Dyke (never meant to be used on a person and it’s derogatory any way you use it)

Delusional (Just because someone enjoys something or would enjoy something in a different way than you do, doesn’t give you the right to belittle that persons’ enjoyment)

Here’s a couple real world examples.
1. Your child/brother/sister comes home one day from school crying. You find out that another child called them a ‘Nigger, Spic, Chink, Wetback, Kike, etc’ and it’s the first time they have ever heard the word. You now have to explain how people use words like that to hurt others because it makes them feel better. You have officially warp that child’s point of view of the world with just A WORD.

2. You are a part of a fandom that has many different mini-fandoms within it. Your mini-fandom is often called insane, faggots, dykes, dirty homos, nasty people trying to push ‘agenda’ down someone else’s throat. There are some people in all fandoms that have bad people, yet they call yours bullies and ridiculous, delusional, and morally wrong just because others see things differently than you. Yet another scenario that will never be okay.

This has to stop! This is a generation of aggressively hateful people. There are so many levels of anti-homosexuals, anti-equality, anti-freedom, anti-EVERYTHING in some form or another.

THIS HAS TO STOP. Just because you only write things on the internet doesn’t make you any less culpable for your actions. You may not say Nigger on the street but saying it online or in your home doesn’t make you any less a racist, you’re still racist. You not calling someone a Faggot or Dyke on the street, but saying it online or in your head still makes you a homosexual-hater.

If you disagree with another’s views or beliefs, just leave it. Can’t have a mature discussion? Just walk/scroll away. Be man or woman enough to say what you feel NOT THROUGH ANON but hand the bollocks to attach you name to your belief and opinions.

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