Anonymous said: That gun threat to that Usu place because some crybaby shit in his diaper because of Anita. Isnt' that an act of TERRORISM? to threaten/induce mass fear or whatever? Why aren't they jumping on that? Put all that terrorism preparation to good use.
It is absolutely an act of terrorism, but let’s face it, we were talking about women here so who cares?
nynaisnotdead said: Hi! I've been hearing a lot about TERFs and now there are SWERFs. I'm very well aware they exclude a good deal of women and that they both are harmful to what feminism is. However, as much as I am aware of that, how are they made logical in the minds of those that support those particular ideologies of feminism. Sex work and transgender issues are both important and I'm glad that there is more intersectionality, I just want to know where TERFs and SWERFs come in. Thank you.
TERFs and SWERFs are like essays that have a really strong opening sentence but then devolve into barely comprehensible ramblings that only make sense if you never, ever think about it.
TERFs talk about socialization of the genders and how restrictive gender roles are. The theory is that these roles should be abolished which yay!! Wonderful!!! But the problem is that they are some of the biggest fucking identity police on the planet, and they use this as a very, very thin covering for their own transphobia. “Transgender harms women” is a popular slogan for them because the way to break down gender roles is to harshly enforce them????????? ????? ???? “We shouldn’t enforce gender at birth based on genitalia but hey let’s enforce gender at birth based on genitalia” ???? ????? ?????? I’m sure someone else could explain this better but this is the basic gist of it.
SWERFs on the other hand believe that they should help the women harmed by sex trafficking by calling all sex work trafficking thereby erasing the experiences of actual victims and somehow think it’s totally okay to ignore what actual sex workers have to say.
The best part about swerfs is that they talk about how sex work is forced upon women by the patriarchy and therefore bad, but they’re also the ones who talk about sex work being the “selling of one’s body” which is 100000000% a patriarchal idea. If you believe that providing a service is equivalent to selling your body, you have bought into what the patriarchy has taught you about men being able to claim women through sex and um stop that.