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kek. is this show any good by the way? tempted to watch it now.
video related is on the same topic. female empowerment = being sexy for men.
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based female immune system
I couldn't stand this show so I missed this bit but it's hilarious kek. >wanna play dollies later?
i laughed but then i remembered there are grown men, fathers, traumatising their daughters just like this in real life. makes me shudder.
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I haven't seen any ads from them lately but they put out an official apology on facebook which is kinda disappointing https://www.facebook.com/Libra/posts/320487091307231
I’ve been looking for this video for ages but couldn’t find it anywhere. Was starting to think I dreamt it or something.
Thank you nonna <3
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yet another bojack moment that fits here
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>>9412>retard who overanalyzes piece of media to the point of redundancy also capes for troons
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I am both a childfree woman and a former TIF and I can confirm, in both these communities every now and then you hear extremely degrading things about mothers, mimicking men's ungrateful behavior towards the female body. They're this close to calling women breeders, unironically.
I wouldn't call it serious tokophobia though, I don't think they have actual panic attacks or abstain from sex because of their fear of childbirth, they just have a severe case of pickmeism, and/or are overcompensating and coping because they're straight and most men are obsessed with breeding.
I love Lisa. I remember the episode when she was so disappointed in the message the doll was giving young women. 'dont ask me, i'm just a girl.' Lisa is a TERF
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I'm reading this comic and the author really know how to make a radfem comic.
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i remember some nonnies mentioning this comic a while back because of this part>>12073>Are they the antagonists? Or are they realistically ugly?
From what I recall, they're both
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I can't find the screenshot but Disco Elysium treats da homos right. Ruby (lesbian) says getting pussy isn't a problem for her, which was cool, because you know, troons love this game and any mention of a lesbian liking pussy pisses them off.
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what are you, a gender detective?
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Nina Power is pretty based sometimes. this is from a podcast where they are discussing 'What is a Woman?' - her co-hosts are reluctant to get into it but she goes for it.
chose this small clip because I thought it was an interesting point - we really haven't had any time at all, when you think of it in the context of history, to make our mark as women before we became "floating signifiers" again.
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randomly binged this girl's videos because one of her tiktoks showed up on my fyp and was pleasantly surprised when I came across this one on her page.
she's kind of corny/goofy, but she has 13.6 million followers on tiktok, 4.4 million followers on spotify, and is opening for Big Time Rush this summer and seems to be all about female empowerment, if in a sort of third wave kinda way
idk if she actually knows what radical feminism is, and is prob saying that feminism itself is ~radical~ but none of her videos have troons which is a good sign. also all the comments on picrel were positive and no mention of twans whatsoever.
fingers crossed for mainstream terf popstar
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from another SNL skit (Pride Month)
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ayrt, i picked it up again after posting that! Glad you enjoyed it, nonita!
>Despite the crappy art style the story and characters are amazing
definitely agree with you, tho thankfully the art does improve a bit.
picrel is one of the best pages of it all kek
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looked into this artist and was scrolling thru the comments on the video for her song brutus (which is amazing btw, very radfem anthem) and this one took me out. if I were Buttress I'd be horrified ngl
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Not TERFy but for a shonen anime Vinland Saga has a lot of radfem themes. Consistent critique of male violence and how men create war for stupid reasons leaving women and our children to suffer, how delusional men are about the power dynamics they force on us and how how men lie to themselves about the morality of their actions to do whatever they want.
Pic related, praying she and her baby get justice
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What are you on about? I don't think Woman World is supposed to be some sort of allegory, its basically a post-apocalyptic slice of life and general late 2010's libfeminism
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Watched this BBC show that came out in late March, A Kind of Spark. The series follows Addie, "an autistic 11-year-old [who] seeks to memorialize the women once tried as witches in her Scottish village". It focuses mostly on female characters, how sisters can have both strained and deep relationships, female-on-female bullying, and the struggle of fitting in. The main three girls are all sisters, two of them have autism, one of the twins does not. It is a kids show, so nothing too mind-blowing, but I liked it and found it endearing overall. The main character makes it a frequent point to highlight that the witches were not really witches, but overwhelmingly women who did not "fit in" in one way or another, including one woman who rejected a scrote's marriage proposal. I don't recall there being any troonery mentioned.
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The story of witch burnings is honestly fascinating. The Catholic Church's official position on witches and warlocks was that they didn't exist; it was just a bunch of rural people who mixed whatever pre-pagan culture and practices with Christianity, and so they needed to be corrected. However, no one should believe they had actual powers or magic. Then came Heinrich Kramer (a monk part of the Dominican order). Apparently, he was "scorned" by a nun named Helena Scheuberin, who didn't think his sermons were all that good and was very open about her dislike for them. For this, he put her on trial for heresy, but the church sided with Helena because Heinrich sounded like a bitter Incel.
So later he published Malleus Maleficarum(the main treatise regarding witchcraft), he forged a bunch of signatures to give credence to his writings, including claiming that it was approved by the university of collogne. which it wasn't. in fact, they condemned the book as heretical. the fucking inquisition had a similar opinion, and viewed the text as so heretical as to be downright silly.
he sent a copy to the Pope, who approved the thing without actually reading it. he took back his approval and fully condemned it about 2 years later. unfortunately, the damage had been done. although the inquisition did not use it, secular courts (i.e secular courts) adopted it as an official guide, particularly in germany where it was written. when the protestant reformation occured, the protestants kept the document out of spite against the Catholics and began using it in their trials, though ironically the Spanish Inquisition was one of the groups who refused to do so