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Old 02-07-2013, 01:57 PM   #66221
 
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I think someone just farted in here and the regular offender is not here. Yikes.
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Too bad I can't talk you into Mama Meena's on Woodhaven.
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Facebook is the only socializing I enjoy.
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Oh my word, trying to sleuth who is who sometimes takes WEEKS. And my brain is so seized up most days trying to remember after I figure it out is an even bigger task. I hope one day they'll figure out a way to install more memory in folks like me.

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Thanks for the rec, Saria.
Too bad I can't talk you into Mama Meena's on Woodhaven.
Oh I'll put that on list! Just not for tonight, unfortunately.

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Old 02-07-2013, 02:57 PM   #66226
 
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I know you think femmephobia doesn't exist, but I actually saw a feminist say on tumblr that femininity is often impractical, crippling, costly, and sometimes shallow. Explain this.
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lol ‘explain this’

excuse me if i’m misunderstanding, but it seems like you guys are implying that women are born feminine and then femininity is demonized in order to subjugate them

in reality, women are born into a sexist society which, in order to subjugate them, forces them into a gender role which revolves around buying costly products such as make up and clothes, painting themselves to look prettier (and some women do it for themselves, for the art of it, or for other women/people who are not men, but they are absolutely the minority - most women wear make up bc they are self-conscious without it), being passive and being polite (good qualities in a vacuum, but bad to encourage in women in a world which is literally assaulting and killing them daily)

the good qualities in femininity are still about serving others, being in tune with the emotions of others but never fully expressing your own so to not be too intimidating and become a shrieking harpy

femininity is not inherently or wholly negative, but much of it IS in fact designed to contain and marginalize women

masculinity and femininity do not allow for an equal range of expression and opportunity. if they did, men and women would be equally oppressed, except in different ways, and we would not think of gender hierarchy as a patriarchy, it would be something else entirely
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oh yeah, baby!

if only we could get rid of the lot of them!!!

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oh yeah, baby!

if only we could get rid of the lot of them!!!

http://www.thestar.com/news/world/20...ish_flees.html
Rou, the page didn't come up. Says page is not available.
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Old 02-07-2013, 03:28 PM   #66229
 
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2 more hours.....ahh
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Old 02-07-2013, 03:30 PM   #66230
 
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sooo I might move my desk so it's like an office style aka it faces my tv. but then my desk would be in this weird nook style instead of on the wall but then at least I could watch tv and not have to turn around .....
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Old 02-07-2013, 03:35 PM   #66231
 
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Crème brûlée-filled financiers. So you know, ultra brown-buttery almond goodness with rich vanilla bean custard.


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I know you think femmephobia doesn't exist, but I actually saw a feminist say on tumblr that femininity is often impractical, crippling, costly, and sometimes shallow. Explain this.
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lol ‘explain this’

excuse me if i’m misunderstanding, but it seems like you guys are implying that women are born feminine and then femininity is demonized in order to subjugate them

in reality, women are born into a sexist society which, in order to subjugate them, forces them into a gender role which revolves around buying costly products such as make up and clothes, painting themselves to look prettier (and some women do it for themselves, for the art of it, or for other women/people who are not men, but they are absolutely the minority - most women wear make up bc they are self-conscious without it), being passive and being polite (good qualities in a vacuum, but bad to encourage in women in a world which is literally assaulting and killing them daily)

the good qualities in femininity are still about serving others, being in tune with the emotions of others but never fully expressing your own so to not be too intimidating and become a shrieking harpy

femininity is not inherently or wholly negative, but much of it IS in fact designed to contain and marginalize women

masculinity and femininity do not allow for an equal range of expression and opportunity. if they did, men and women would be equally oppressed, except in different ways, and we would not think of gender hierarchy as a patriarchy, it would be something else entirely
Yes.

We were talking about poop and farting at work and my coworker was mad that her husband was encouraging and laughing at their daughter farting at home.

My coworker was trying to tell her that girls are not supposed to do that. And it's going to be a problem when she gets older. Urgh. Same woman who only talks to me about cooking and kids when there are other males in the room that actually have kids and cook!!!
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Old 02-07-2013, 03:37 PM   #66233
 
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Why the hell do some women post boudoir pictures on fb? Just because you got it professionally done doesnt mean it's okay to post your sexting pictures online! Really people? !
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Why the hell do some women post boudoir pictures on fb? Just because you got it professionally done doesnt mean it's okay to post your sexting pictures online! Really people? !
Well, it's like being part of a photo shoot and some people use their FB accounts in very different ways from others. I imagine the ones who do it for themselves and not a partner are more likely to share.
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I know you think femmephobia doesn't exist, but I actually saw a feminist say on tumblr that femininity is often impractical, crippling, costly, and sometimes shallow. Explain this.
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lol ‘explain this’

excuse me if i’m misunderstanding, but it seems like you guys are implying that women are born feminine and then femininity is demonized in order to subjugate them

in reality, women are born into a sexist society which, in order to subjugate them, forces them into a gender role which revolves around buying costly products such as make up and clothes, painting themselves to look prettier (and some women do it for themselves, for the art of it, or for other women/people who are not men, but they are absolutely the minority - most women wear make up bc they are self-conscious without it), being passive and being polite (good qualities in a vacuum, but bad to encourage in women in a world which is literally assaulting and killing them daily)

the good qualities in femininity are still about serving others, being in tune with the emotions of others but never fully expressing your own so to not be too intimidating and become a shrieking harpy

femininity is not inherently or wholly negative, but much of it IS in fact designed to contain and marginalize women

masculinity and femininity do not allow for an equal range of expression and opportunity. if they did, men and women would be equally oppressed, except in different ways, and we would not think of gender hierarchy as a patriarchy, it would be something else entirely
Yes.

We were talking about poop and farting at work and my coworker was mad that her husband was encouraging and laughing at their daughter farting at home.

My coworker was trying to tell her that girls are not supposed to do that. And it's going to be a problem when she gets older. Urgh. Same woman who only talks to me about cooking and kids when there are other males in the room that actually have kids and cook!!!
I'm cracking up so hard picturing this woman talking to you about two things you basically have no interest in just because you're a woman.
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Old 02-07-2013, 03:43 PM   #66236
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Omg. I need those in my life. Right NAO!
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omg I thought she was talking about those cabinets you put clothes in with the mirrors on them....you know....narnia....not wardrobe......maybe....

I was like "we're supposed to handmake those???"
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I have to say this cause it's making me cray cray.

I'mma either a) have to put my dammmmm face on the internetz or b) need a POC who's darker than temptalia to review make up on her skill level and get known asap. I'm so tired of having to google for an hour to find a review of something on a brown person or not find one at all. Jeez. I mean if I want to find a review I just type in the brand and the name and boom temptalia. Instantly click, pictures, descriptions everything you need. I love you Tempt...but I need a brown person, cause you only give me so much an idea of what something might look like on me.
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I've said I'll go to an Avon (or similar) party tonight. I really don't want to go. Short of a natural disaster I really can't think of a way to get out of it.
And it's BYOB, minimal snacks, with a potentially screaming toddler. Nice.
I've been and survived. It wasn't too bad actually. And the baby stayed asleep.

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I know you think femmephobia doesn't exist, but I actually saw a feminist say on tumblr that femininity is often impractical, crippling, costly, and sometimes shallow. Explain this.
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lol ‘explain this’

excuse me if i’m misunderstanding, but it seems like you guys are implying that women are born feminine and then femininity is demonized in order to subjugate them

in reality, women are born into a sexist society which, in order to subjugate them, forces them into a gender role which revolves around buying costly products such as make up and clothes, painting themselves to look prettier (and some women do it for themselves, for the art of it, or for other women/people who are not men, but they are absolutely the minority - most women wear make up bc they are self-conscious without it), being passive and being polite (good qualities in a vacuum, but bad to encourage in women in a world which is literally assaulting and killing them daily)

the good qualities in femininity are still about serving others, being in tune with the emotions of others but never fully expressing your own so to not be too intimidating and become a shrieking harpy

femininity is not inherently or wholly negative, but much of it IS in fact designed to contain and marginalize women

masculinity and femininity do not allow for an equal range of expression and opportunity. if they did, men and women would be equally oppressed, except in different ways, and we would not think of gender hierarchy as a patriarchy, it would be something else entirely
Yes.

We were talking about poop and farting at work and my coworker was mad that her husband was encouraging and laughing at their daughter farting at home.

My coworker was trying to tell her that girls are not supposed to do that. And it's going to be a problem when she gets older. Urgh. Same woman who only talks to me about cooking and kids when there are other males in the room that actually have kids and cook!!!
Woman aren't supposed to poop and fart? Well she can hold onto hers. Cause mine are coming out.
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