I don’t identify with being a Feminist. But if you say that women are somehow lacking as humans compared to men I will want to punch your lights out. That being said, I feel it’s difficult to care about women’s issues in any passionate way without being seen as the dirty “F” word. And why do I care about women’s issues at all? It’s not just … Continue reading Nuts, No Nuts
I wish I had a dick. Not permanently, but for a month would be nice, even for just one day. It’s not because I have penis envy, sorry Freud, I don’t envy it at all. Instead, I crave to understand what it’s like to be a man in our society: to know the expectations they face, to grasp exactly how they sense things, to fully … Continue reading Dick Like Me
Double standards are rife within our culture and everybody has some idea of how they affect us. When people hear those words, one of the first things that come to mind are the inequalities that face women. That’s not what is inspiring me to write this post though, at least not today. Right now I want to discuss an experience one of my male friends had … Continue reading Double standards: Women, I’m looking at you.
If you have breasts and a vagina, you’ve conceivably experienced sexual objectification by someone with testicles and a penis. Whether in the form of cat-calls, whistles, or boozy-bar come-ons, women have long been recipients of this form of communication. It appears some men like to do it or I suspect they wouldn’t, unless they somehow feel compelled to fulfill a stereotypical male role of those … Continue reading C’mon,
Don’t Objectify Me
An unused uterus = a waste of space woman. In a world that expects women to have, and to want to have children, I’m left to wonder about the damage this sentiment wields. Continue reading Baby-Makers R Us