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From here on in, I'm referring to womyn who were CAMAB as simply womyn, and those who were CAFAB and 'identify' as female as ciswomen. I do this in the interests of cultural feminism, and so that ciswomen can know what it's like for a tenth of a second to have a womon say, "you are not my sister. You did not go through what I went through and never will understand." Girlhood is significant, and is forever tainted by cissexually-constructed wannabes.

Question for my fellow leftists:

valeriekeefe:

You would immediately and rightly dismiss a Republican arguing the following:

A higher rate of violent crime in a community is proof that the problem of violence is internal to, and originates from, that community, and a sign of the power that community wields. After all,…

Actually, I was talking about CAMAB people generally, you disingenuous fuckwit, and socialization occurs independent of CASAB, what with us being a sapient species with a significant amount of sexually dimorphic, non-neuroplastic-at-birth neurology. But thanks again for trying to spray enough demonstrably-false-political-theory against the wall to obscure the evidence.

think-progress:

Gender wage gap stalls in 2013

The average woman working full time, year round made 78 percent of what a man with similar employment made in 2013, according to the latest data from the Census Bureau, a slight but not statistically different increase from 77 percent in 2012. There hasn’t been a significant increase since 2007.


Again, ignoring hours’ differentials, flex time differentials, and about 43,000 extra CAMAB work-attributable deaths per year. Stop with the shitty demographics, and let’s also talk about the CASAB gap in lifetime SSI payments.
Sincerely,
A feminist tired of this self-serving bullshit

think-progress:

Gender wage gap stalls in 2013

The average woman working full time, year round made 78 percent of what a man with similar employment made in 2013, according to the latest data from the Census Bureau, a slight but not statistically different increase from 77 percent in 2012. There hasn’t been a significant increase since 2007.

Again, ignoring hours’ differentials, flex time differentials, and about 43,000 extra CAMAB work-attributable deaths per year. Stop with the shitty demographics, and let’s also talk about the CASAB gap in lifetime SSI payments.

Sincerely,

A feminist tired of this self-serving bullshit

(via ilovecharts)

daniphantomgone:

brooklynboobala:

maritsa-met:

Grown men who check out teenage girls make me physically ill.

Men that indicate how they are waiting for girls to turn 18 make me want to vomit all over them.

What weak stomachs you have.
That’s about as absurd as being disgusted by a man waiting for a woman to be sober.

Thank you for articulating what I found unsettling about OP’s narrative as a feminist: Waiting for capability to consent is not problematic.

Question for my fellow leftists:

valeriekeefe:

You would immediately and rightly dismiss a Republican arguing the following:

A higher rate of violent crime in a community is proof that the problem of violence is internal to, and originates from, that community, and a sign of the power that community wields. After all, they would be committing less violent crime if they didn’t have a feeling of impunity.

So why do you let people calling themselves feminists do it?

thebellsofmoscow:

cis ally voice: ah, yes. the three genders. boy, girl, and trans*.

Good use of asterisk.

(Source: , via lgbtlaughs)

Question for my fellow leftists:

You would immediately and rightly dismiss a Republican arguing the following:

A higher rate of violent crime in a community is proof that the problem of violence is internal to, and originates from, that community, and a sign of the power that community wields. After all, they would be committing less violent crime if they didn’t have a feeling of impunity.

So why do you let people calling themselves feminists do it?

gigglesandanixi:

popemorose:

hornyteen1936:

the baby boomer culture: how an entire generation literally will not shut up about young people doing things they enjoy

The Divorce Culture: how an entire generation couldn’t keep it together, and forgot how to not project their insecurities onto children.

LMAOOO. YES

gigglesandanixi:

popemorose:

hornyteen1936:

the baby boomer culture: how an entire generation literally will not shut up about young people doing things they enjoy

The Divorce Culture: how an entire generation couldn’t keep it together, and forgot how to not project their insecurities onto children.

LMAOOO. YES

(Source: yvngpharrell, via daniphantomgone)

sosungalittleclodofclay asked: Valerie, for shame, did you even watch that video?!

innominepatriarchy:

sosungalittleclodofclay:

valeriekeefe:

Considering I make it a habit to publish my replies, I think you’re denying people important context, myself included. But I think you’re talking about the Ray Rice video.

I really don’t need to see it. I’ve been hit enough times to know what that looks like.

Chris Rock, however, is making an important point: We’re in an age where audiovisual media of something we don’t like to think about is more important to our economic decision making than the thing we’re claiming offense at itself.

Nobody cared that Donald Sterling had ruined countless lives by maintaining racial discrimination as policy in his rental real estate business, but he said something disgusting to his girlfriend that got caught on tape, and that’s what now makes him a pariah.

I cannot stand this kind of moral hypocrisy. We need to begin to pay more attention to what was done and less to whether there was tape of it.

whelp, that explains that.

you didn’t see her hit and scream, and lunge at him.

and therefore you buy into the popular narrative.

I don’t know the Rice situation aside from him knocking her out cold in an elevator. But like Bill Burr asked, “What happened that lead up to him hitting her? [Rhianna vs. Chris Brown]” We must observe the entire situation, not just the juncture of fists to faces. It must be determined that his actions were, in fact, unnecessarily hostile and were not in self-defense before we go condemning anyone.  Thank goodness our fair trial by peers isn’t left up to public consensus. 

Hate to tell you, but the full video doesn’t look any better. And don’t you fucking lecture me on presumption of innocence… ironic that you would fail to extend the presumption that I was acting in good faith without having read my body of work. I have gone out of my way, despite the abuse that it’s cost me, to defend the presumption of innocence. Fuck you and the horse you rode in on, buddy.

sosungalittleclodofclay asked: Valerie, for shame, did you even watch that video?!

sosungalittleclodofclay:

valeriekeefe:

Considering I make it a habit to publish my replies, I think you’re denying people important context, myself included. But I think you’re talking about the Ray Rice video.

I really don’t need to see it. I’ve been hit enough times to know what that looks like.

Chris Rock, however, is making an important point: We’re in an age where audiovisual media of something we don’t like to think about is more important to our economic decision making than the thing we’re claiming offense at itself.

Nobody cared that Donald Sterling had ruined countless lives by maintaining racial discrimination as policy in his rental real estate business, but he said something disgusting to his girlfriend that got caught on tape, and that’s what now makes him a pariah.

I cannot stand this kind of moral hypocrisy. We need to begin to pay more attention to what was done and less to whether there was tape of it.

whelp, that explains that.

you didn’t see her hit and scream, and lunge at him.

and therefore you buy into the popular narrative.

Sure, that’s exactly what I was reblogging the Chris Rock post for. Can you just for five fucking seconds drop your all-consuming narrative and consider someone might be talking about something else?

And again, when police have said neither’s the primary aggressor, you really only needed to mention that.

Which would’ve been smarter, because if you make me look at the video, I’m going to say that a cold cocking from an NFL running back is a disproportionate use of force for someone known to him, whom they have been having a physically demonstrative argument with, who took two steps forward in a rapid, angry, fashion.

And yeah, I don’t think punching your fiance in a drunken elevator argument is something that needs to be weeded out of the formal economy, but I also wouldn’t buy the self-defense argument on an assault charge with just this evidence presented.

Is there a particular frame you’d like me to look at which exhonerates Mr. Rice?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wsd8LtTTnAI#t=112

Also, he slaps her, which is when she retaliated. Yeah, not self-defense, given the evidence that has been made available to me, so if you want to present new evidence, go ahead, but don’t treat that exhonerating evidence like it’s proof that juries are anti-man.There’s other proof of anti-CAMAB bias in the legal system that actually exists and is compelling, instead of this guy, who yeah, looks pretty much like he provoked both physically and verbally, someone who he then pretty viciously assaulted.

Cisfeminists will look for any excuse to exhonerate a cisfeminine abuser, even murderer. Don’t be just like cisfeminists. It’s not a good strategy for you.