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What kind of questions would I include?
I’m not sure people are that curious about me.
I understand that. I think it’s hard for people who have lived through abuse, who have seen abuse happen and to think that anyone would want to be hurt by their lover.
They see pain as something that’s always bad.
That’s why we need to learn what real consent is. Consent isn’t made out of fear or misunderstanding. It’s made out of a clear understanding.
Have a great day!
In tons of way, those who started the movement still aren’t all that progressive, those are just the people we see in the media.
The issue is that I know people in the BDSM community who were there in the sixties, fighting for the rights of women.
The movement isn’t perfect but what it stands for IS.
Feminism is, if going by it’s definition, a great thing to fight for and a great thing to be.
But to assume that all feminists are the same is unrealistic. To assume all people will understand the BDSM community when they’re not meeting people, but only seeing GIF sets and Tumblr photos, is unrealistic.
I’ve dated someone in the community. I dipped my toe in. I understand the context of the images that show up on my dash, but do others?
Do others understand what it means to be a daddy-dom? Do they understand that some people like to come out black and blue after sex?
Do they understand that the community is all about rules, consent and honesty? And do they understand that even within a community that is about rules, consent and honesty it still has people who abuse others?
No movement is perfect, but it’s all worth nothing if we don’t continue to fight to make things that are needed, continue forward.
Does that make sense?
You can call yourself a feminist but to be a feminist you have to talk the talk and walk the walk.
Feminism isn’t about hating men. Just because some women call themselves feminists and hate men, doesn’t mean the movement does. It means THOSE people do. They have the right to hate but that does not give them the right to dictate who the movement welcomes.
Hate is sometimes valid but not when it covers ALL men, ALL Women, ALL religious, ALL anything.
Feminist are different. Meaning, not all feminists look the same or have the same backgrounds. To be a feminist, you must walk the walk and talk the talk. Welcoming all women, and offering them choices is key to being a feminist.
feminists who do not support trans women are not feminists. there literally is no way to argue this. if you do not support all women then you are not a feminist i don’t know how much clearer that can be.