♀️actually rad-leaning and greypilled. lapsed leftist.
Jan 17, 2022 • 8 tweets • 3 min read
Alright, I finished reading the Clara Zetkin “Only in Conjunction With the Proletarian Woman Will Socialism Be Victorious” speech and I have highlighted a few parts to criticize.
As a woman yourself, you’re not demanding the political equality of women “for the sake of a principle”, the principle, that women should be equal to men? Women’s liberation is a worthy cause in and of itself and not merely a carrot to dangle for the sake of “greater” goals. 🙄
Certain radfems don’t seem to get (or even want to get) that straight and bi women aren’t free to talk about and express opposite sex attraction even while heterosexuality is compulsory under patriarchy.
Keeping intersectionality in mind makes it clear. Yes, heteronormativity and het (passing) privilege are real, but at the same time misogyny leaves no women free to enjoy sexuality. It’s all put to the service of men in some way (str8 = fuck fodder, bi = 3sum, les = porn)
To be *gender* critical is to be critical of “gender” as a concept. Meaning gender in its entirety, including identity as well as stereotypes and roles. It’s not *transgender* critical or gender *identity* critical. I will say this as much as it needs to be said.
Ironic. Aren’t GCs supposed to be the ones saying that words mean something? This one does too. The term “gender critical” came about as a way to describe radical feminist views on gender and denote people who may agree on that but not other aspects of radical feminism.
Jul 30, 2021 • 12 tweets • 2 min read
I hope Lil Nas X sees the homophobia being thrown at him by trans activists and peaks.
And the thing is, he is a trans ally! I remember seeing him in an ad where he states his pronouns. Yet more proof that nothing will ever be enough. Particularly for women and gay people, especially for those who are both.
Jul 27, 2021 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
“To Dana Beyer, a trans activist in Maryland who is also a retired surgeon, such stories illustrate how vital it is that sex, not just gender identity — how someone perceives their gender — is taken into consideration in medicine.” bariweiss.substack.com/p/med-schools-…
“The practice of medicine is based in scientific reality, which includes sex, but not gender,” Beyer says. “The more honest a patient is with their physician, the better the odds for a positive outcome.”
Jul 10, 2021 • 26 tweets • 5 min read
I honestly can’t be assed about radical feminists forming coalition with right wingers. I’d rather not but meh, the entire point of politics is building connections.
Our bad faith detractors are gonna try to discredit us anyway. Even if we don’t go and work with the right, “left leaning” opponents of radical feminism are still gonna point to the “overlap” in our views, opposition to the trans movement, to tar us with the same brush.
May 2, 2021 • 7 tweets • 2 min read
The sex trade being pushed in the name of women’s freedom is the biggest switcheroo in the history of the world.
It only takes 5 seconds of thinking to see that the entire point of paying for sexual favors IS telling another person what to do with their own body and controlling their sexuality.
I cropped the translation of @HuschkeMau’s blog post for easy sharing.
Mar 17, 2021 • 16 tweets • 3 min read
Empowerment and how LibFems get it wrong. 🧵
EmPOWERment literally means gaining power. But third wave feminism has shifted the meaning of this very simple word to something like “gives good feelings”. This is not only plain wrong, but actively undermines feminism and retards women’s liberation.
Mar 15, 2021 • 6 tweets • 1 min read
I’ve been seeing the “‘sex workers’ redistribute funds to marginalized communities” talking point pop up on pimp shill Twitter, and a fucking ancom I was schooling in DMs on Instagram said that shit, so imma address this. Two main things.
First of all, literally no. Pimps keep almost all the fucking money and the sex trade leaves women more impoverished than before dumbass. It’s literally redistributing funds FROM marginalized women TO the privileged rich white men who run this entire shitshow.
Mar 15, 2021 • 21 tweets • 4 min read
Women who are for liberation for women: don’t wear makeup!
Three reasons- 1) Anti-feminist & harms women as a class 2) Unhealthy & undermines women as individuals 3) Exploitative & hurts workers, animals, and the environment
1. Women are pressured to wear makeup and society very much imposes this behavior on us. There are social, economic, even legal consequences on women for failing to participate.
Jan 23, 2021 • 147 tweets • 61 min read
Sources against the sex industry: a master thread
How “sex work” affects/harms all women by legitimizing male violence and devaluing sexual abuse 🙃
The Nordic Model PROTECTS prostituted people from violence to begin with because it levels the field and allows them to threaten buyers and pimps with arrest, as they are already criminals.
Jan 21, 2021 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Pornwatchers, sexbuyers, pimps, sextraffickers, pornographers, & pornproducers don’t even have to do any work. Idiotic libfems & radlibs defend them, their actions, & the vile industry they uphold more than the men defend (it) themselves 💀
These moids feel SO FUCKING COMFORTABLE broadcasting their violence, racism, misogyny, abuse, & sadism for all to see. But these shills & useful idiots will go 🙈🙉 or drop another braindead false equivalency about how being violently anally penetrated until prolapsing & needing
Aug 1, 2020 • 21 tweets • 6 min read
Neurobullshit & Frens
A list of (some conflicting) sources I’ve collected on sex and gender.
These have been sitting in my Notes for a while, think I’ll do some good by putting them out here
Throwback to when this woman in my IG mentions said that TW “are biologically female” bc they have “female brains”.
No? ❤️ mic.com/articles/12945…
May 5, 2019 • 8 tweets • 2 min read
Radical feminism isn’t just about the two issues/policies it is commonly reduced to. It is also heavily about critical thinking, analysis, self-reflection, & sisterhood. The radical analysis is class analysis; as opposed to fixating on individual choices & feelings, what is most
necessary is examining the causes & effects of said “choices” & what implications & impacts they have on all women. No choice is made in a bubble away from affecting or being affected by others. We are all very much part of a society. What we all need to do to work towards