"Never let your oppressor define you"  [follow this link to find a short clip and analysis that explores how to talk about queer theory outside the classroom: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2012/06/queering-the-folk.html]

"Never let your oppressor define you" [follow this link to find a short clip and analysis that explores how to talk about queer theory outside the classroom: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2012/06/queering-the-folk.html]

And this is why I feel like all women should leave each other the hell alone. Want to be practically naked? Good for you. Want to cover yourself up almost entirely? Good for you. I don't want to do either of those things, but far be it from me to tell you that you can't.

On behalf of feminism.

And this is why I feel like all women should leave each other the hell alone. Want to be practically naked? Good for you. Want to cover yourself up almost entirely? Good for you. I don't want to do either of those things, but far be it from me to tell you that you can't.

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On Whitesplaining, Mansplaining, And Why The Majority NEVER Gets To Tell Minorities What Is Offensive

"Everyone has the right to refuse to conform to their sex roles, but males do not have the right to tell females what it means to be female — especially since males are members of the oppressor class in this male-supremacist system. Males have always exercised their power to define femalehood however they want, with no regard for the female perspective on femalehood. The memetic slogan, “trans women are women,” is just another manifestation of that. Males defining females is really nothing…

"Everyone has the right to refuse to conform to their sex roles, but males do not have the right to tell females what it means to be female — especially since males are members of the oppressor class in this male-supremacist system. Males have always exercised their power to define femalehood however they want, with no regard for the female perspective on femalehood. The memetic slogan, “trans women are women,” is just another manifestation of that. Males defining females is really nothing…

as the British Medical Association advised, queer discourse perpetuates the framing of woman as other. Queer ideology takes patriarchal conventions to their logical conclusion by quite literally writing women out of existence.  Defining the oppressed class in relation to the oppressor, denying the oppressed the language to speak of how they are marginalised, only serves to ratify the hie...

The Problem That Has No Name because “Woman” is too Essentialist

as the British Medical Association advised, queer discourse perpetuates the framing of woman as other. Queer ideology takes patriarchal conventions to their logical conclusion by quite literally writing women out of existence. Defining the oppressed class in relation to the oppressor, denying the oppressed the language to speak of how they are marginalised, only serves to ratify the hie...

My identity being in Christ says that you don’t get to define me by my car, my house or my clothes. #faithworks From the sermon, James (Part 10) - Oppressor / Laborer - http://vll.ge/1J67HMg

My identity being in Christ says that you don’t get to define me by my car, my house or my clothes. #faithworks From the sermon, James (Part 10) - Oppressor / Laborer - http://vll.ge/1J67HMg

Allowing your oppressor to define your beauty and culture... Welcome 2 Amerikkk ( ugh ) and integration

Allowing your oppressor to define your beauty and culture... Welcome 2 Amerikkk ( ugh ) and integration

So, males being excluded from rape. First off, who makes laws and enforces them in this country? A landslide majority of men. So for it to be systemic oppression, there needs to be an oppressed and oppressor. If men decide to implement and enforce a law against themselves, that's not oppression. Moreover, this law defines rape as "penetrating" rather than penetrating and or made to penetrate, correct? This view of sex is very archaic, and while it creates a very fucked up result for male…

So, males being excluded from rape. First off, who makes laws and enforces them in this country? A landslide majority of men. So for it to be systemic oppression, there needs to be an oppressed and oppressor. If men decide to implement and enforce a law against themselves, that's not oppression. Moreover, this law defines rape as "penetrating" rather than penetrating and or made to penetrate, correct? This view of sex is very archaic, and while it creates a very fucked up result for male…

"Sometimes they bring out the ugly Things/ attitudes in me That I didn't even realize were still in there And once they are revealed I can turn them over to God  And ask him to clean that ugliness up And make me someone he can look at, smile and say that's my girl! I'm thankful for people things and hardships In my life that keep me growing In my relationship with my heavenly father"

"Sometimes they bring out the ugly Things/ attitudes in me That I didn't even realize were still in there And once they are revealed I can turn them over to God And ask him to clean that ugliness up And make me someone he can look at, smile and say that's my girl! I'm thankful for people things and hardships In my life that keep me growing In my relationship with my heavenly father"

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