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Old 09-06-2013, 08:23 PM
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You're right, I am just disappointed that that image is the first that comes to peoples' minds. -_-
Not really. When the majority of people hear the phrase "strong woman" they might think of Michelle Obama or Margaret Thatcher. Or people think of cliched ultimate tomboys. I don't know who you're talking to that says they think of a dominatrix when they hear those words.
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Old 09-06-2013, 08:47 PM
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Not really. When the majority of people hear the phrase "strong woman" they might think of Michelle Obama or Margaret Thatcher. Or people think of cliched ultimate tomboys. I don't know who you're talking to that says they think of a dominatrix when they hear those words.


Okay, just a bunch of dicks I know. -_-
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Old 09-07-2013, 09:25 AM
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Not really. When the majority of people hear the phrase "strong woman" they might think of Michelle Obama or Margaret Thatcher. Or people think of cliched ultimate tomboys. I don't know who you're talking to that says they think of a dominatrix when they hear those words.
I don't think any of my friends know what a dominatrix is, unless my friend looked it up after Sherlock. Which I doubt what she'd have done.
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Old 09-07-2013, 03:25 PM
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Eh, in middle school the dress code was fingertip length (like, your skirt/shorts cannot be past the point that you arm reaches when you drop it), but in the high school it's knee length, whichhhh...sucks to be honest. I don't even own any skirts that are knee length. Also, no visible bra straps, no spaghetti straps, at least a two-finger sleeve on your skirts, no midriff baring, no provocative slogans, no beer slogans, etc. Although I remember a kid in my English class wore a "get money fuck bitches" shirt and NOBODY called him out on it...ugh.
some kid on the first day wore a vest that had "FUCK IT ALL" duct taped on the back of it
which was pretty awesome actually
but i have to work too damn hard to cover up bra straps and my school says that your tank tops straps should be three fingers wide like wtf no
and my arms are obnoxiously and freakishly long so the fingertip-length skirt/shorts rule basically means all of my skirts/shorts are down to my knees sigh
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Can I just say... this thread is amazing. ^-^
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Old 07-20-2014, 02:28 AM
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YES IT IS

contrary to popular belief feminism is actually fabulous
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I am now obsessed with everydayfeminism.com
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I consider myself a feminist! At one point I actually thought all feminists were just bitter misandrists. I'm really glad I was wrong about that.
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you know why i need feminism
bc feminists are the only people who accept me. and people who accept me are fucking rad af and yes they have my respect.
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