A sharp turn from normal fandoms, Bronies took a children’s cartoon and twisted it.
There is nothing wrong with girls being in the driver’s seat of their own sexuality.
“One good girl is worth a thousand bitches.”
Gotta hope North West isn’t included in those 1000 “worthless” girls, huh Kayne?
If she wants to be in a monogamous, long-term relationship, she can be. If she just wants sex, that’s fine too. It doesn’t matter what people say about her because ultimately, it is her choice.
It is necessary to remember that women do not exist to satisfy others. If we wear our bright red lipstick, peplum top, and harem pants–it is not because we think others will like us best in it, it is because we simply want to fucking wear it.
She’s a successful lawyer, calls everyone out on his or her bullshit, married according to her own terms and figured out how to raise a baby alone. Yep, she definitely classifies as totally kickass.
While there isn’t an exact definition, most people agree that Mary Sues are obscenely beautiful, talented, and intelligent female characters who are “not like other girls.”
News of Lily Allen’s return to music with the release of her new single has spread like wildfire. The title song of her new CD is called “Hard Out Here” and one look at the lyrics shows that it had the potential to be an amazing pop feminist anthem. One stanza reads: “You’re not a…
Midterms are over and finals are quickly approaching. I find myself overwhelmed with readings, essays, and studying galore. But in the midst of the chaos that is being a UCLA student, I always find time to blast my favorite anti-patriarchal and women empowering songs. I’m not the only one with that specific playlist, am I?…
Cultural appropriation can be defined as the people of a powerful society invading a less dominate society and taking only select aspects from the objectified culture to use as they please. As there is no desire to understand any of the cultural aspects which have been thoughtlessly borrowed, cultural appropriation can also extend to speech patterns, clothing, makeup, and jewelry.