Tag Archive: discrimination

I don’t believe in monsters

I don’t believe in monsters, because life is not two-dimensional, good versus evil. Life is a complex weave of circumstance, judgement calls on limited facts, and subtle indoctrination. I don’t believe in monsters,… Continue reading

musings on the radical-feminist-fringe hatred of all things trans

And although I might think of myself as a woman, someone else might be further down the spectrum towards womanhood than I am, and thus ‘more of a woman’ than me. (Rebecca Reilly-Cooper)… Continue reading

the heart of equality

the dawning realisation that I’m sexist

It’s odd to think of the vast amounts of prejudice and discrimination we absorb in our lives. I like to think of myself as a champion of logic and equality: acutely in tune… Continue reading

being a mere woman

This isn’t slam. Just the reality of the situation – you can think of yourself as a human being – but that won’t change the material reality that you, and the class of… Continue reading

understanding the fringe

As someone who has always considered themselves a feminist, and quite radical by persuasion, I was surprised to discover that there’s a lot about some parts of ‘radical feminism’ I find illogical and… Continue reading

responding to facts about inequality

No black Oscar nominees? Maybe that’s because all the movies this year from black actors or producers were crap. (VR Kaine) The recent all-white Oscar nomination scandal provides lovely examples of how people… Continue reading

the company we keep

When I was around 10 years old, I remember a friend telling me that her dad had said all the gay people in the world should be rounded up and put on an… Continue reading

when feminism becomes a religious cult

I banned her. I’m tired of the anti-fem discussion by people who claim to be fem and haven’t a clue what they are talking about. So, I’ve just been banned by a blogging… Continue reading

what is the patriarchy? thoughts on radical feminism – part 3

Patriarchy is the term used to describe the society in which we live today, characterised by current and historic unequal power relations between women and men whereby women are systematically disadvantaged and oppressed.… Continue reading