So I’ve been kinda absent lately. I opened up a feminist/social justice Rooster Teeth fandom blog some time ago and that’s kind of been sucking up a lot of my time. If you’d like to follow me over onto the new blog, the link is here. I probably won’t be posting here much any more! But it would be great to see some of you guys over on the other blog! Again, you can follow here.
i saw a sjw bingo card so i thought i’d make an anti sjw bingo card b/c u guys are just as predictable lol
Someone beat me to making one of these! I vote they’re more predictable, and there are certainly more of them, despite their persecution complexes (“Tumblr: For Every Feminism and/or Social Justice Blog, Ten Blogs AGAINST Feminism and/or Social Justice!™”).
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You know, I’m getting kind of annoyed with this insistence that trans* men are exactly the same as cis men. There are differences, and that’s okay. I know that people are just trying to be accepting and that, but honestly it kind of annoys me a bit because it ignores the reality of the fact that I spent the first 21 years or so of my life living as a girl and that makes me NOT like cis men. It doesn’t make me any less of a man now, but I don’t like people ignoring my previous experiences or brushing them under the rug because of how I currently identify. It feels dishonest (to me, personally - I’m sure not all trans* men feel the same way). I have no desire to pretend that my past/youth/childhood didn’t happen, and I don’t really have a desire to re-paint it as a male childhood/adolescence.
"the author said the character is a cisgender heterosexual WHO ARE YOU TO QUESTION CANON AND THE AUTHOR!?" yet they turn around to say "i’m sorry but i just don’t buy that this canonically queer character whose queerness was confirmed in-text is really actually queer"
an entire book could literally be like “Anna was the queerest queer ever, literally no one has ever been queerer than her” and describe in rich detail her wonderful queer adventures, and cishets would still deny that she was queer