Tag Archives: feminism

International Women’s Day 2017

We see you, men. We notice what you do (and don’t) say about your partners. How you support them, praise them, lift them up, love them. We watch when you don’t comment about cases of violence against women in the … Continue reading

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Storify Post: I Am Not Marching Today

Unfortunately, there are more phrasing errors in these tweets than I’d like. Edit: For some reason, I can’t get storify to embed into the post…so you will have to click on the link instead. Sorry! Please also take a look … Continue reading

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Point of information: Feminist terminology

Why is it that within social justice and activist terminology Indigenous peoples, People of Colour, LGBTQ folks, persons with dis/abilities etc have allies accomplices who support and stand up for equity, while male-identifying folks (hereafter men for brevity) who regard themselves as feminists get … Continue reading

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Experiencing gendered violence

As has happened to me many times before, on Sunday I walked by a man who tried to initiate a conversation with me. “Smile, sweetheart.” As I have also done many times before, I ignored the man. This upset him. … Continue reading

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