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IRL Violenc e Motivated by T E RF Ideology. Sandy Stone, victim of attempted murder by TERF group:. Sandy Stone recounts the time when Olivia Records (a lesbian separatist, radical feminist women’s music collective) came under attack for being trans inclusive: “We were getting hate mail about me.…

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Feminism? You want feminism? Which brand would you like? Feminism — Definitions of Terms . Index of Terms. Preamble. Whatever positive image the word feminist may have had, it has been tarnished by those who have made it their own, and I, for one, am content to leave the militants in full possession of the term.

7. Feminists fail to see the redundancy in the modern-day feminist movement. The world’s most annoying feminists usually come from countries where women are …

Separatist feminism is a form of radical feminism that holds that opposition to patriarchy is best done through focusing exclusively on women and teens. Some separatist feminists believe that men cannot make positive contributions to the feminist movement and that even well-intentioned men replicate the dynamics of patriarchy.

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Have you noticed how the basic feminists all look the same? But otherwise, how did these photos make you feel? Let me know in the comments below.

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Housewives, not men, were the prey in feminism’s sights when Kate Millett decreed in 1969 that the family must go. Feminists do not speak for traditional women.

The Stonewall Riots sparked annual events now known as Pride. In 1970, New York and Los Angeles held the first versions called Christopher Street Liberation Days.. The first Liberation Day Parade in NYC commenced small …

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The most inspiring and famous celebrity feminists of the 20th and 21 centuries—from Susan B. Anthony to Gloria Steinem and Emma Watson.

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Sandy Stone was a problem that Janice Raymond, author of The Transsexual Empire: The Making of the She-Male, decided to take care of. Raymond felt that Stone — an out trans woman who was part of the radical feminist lesbian separatist music collective, Olivia Records — didn’t belong. Raymond

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