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Female Privilege: I yearn for true gender equality. I have no patience for one who talks about female privilege when it suits them, and then complains about someone "not being a man" when it's convenient.
Female Privilege: I yearn for true gender equality. I have no patience for one who talks about female privilege when it suits them, and then complains about someone "not being a man" when it's convenient.

I yearn for true gender equality. I have no patience for one who talks about female privilege when it suits them, and then complains abou...

Female Privilege: I yearn for true gender equality. I have no patience for one who talks about female privilege when it suits them, and then complains about someone "not being a man" when it's convenient.
Female Privilege: I yearn for true gender equality. I have no patience for one who talks about female privilege when it suits them, and then complains about someone "not being a man" when it's convenient.

I yearn for true gender equality. I have no patience for one who talks about female privilege when it suits them, and then complains abou...

Female Privilege: I yearn for true gender equality. I have no patience for one who talks about female privilege when it suits them, and then complains about someone "not being a man" when it's convenient.
Female Privilege: I yearn for true gender equality. I have no patience for one who talks about female privilege when it suits them, and then complains about someone "not being a man" when it's convenient.

I yearn for true gender equality. I have no patience for one who talks about female privilege when it suits them, and then complains abou...

Female Privilege: Privilege is inisible to those who have it -Dr. Micheal Kimmel Unchecked* Female Privilege. Lower chance of being a murder victim Lower ohance of committing auicide. 9Lower ahance of phyaical agoault Longer average lifeapan. 9Leas work-related injuries. Leas work related deaths. Shorter/easier criminal convictions 9Circumciaion in illegal. 9 Draft immunity 9Divorce/Family Court bias More soholarahips available. High college acceptance rate. Leas likely to drop out of oollege 9Emotional encouragement Hypergamy Cheaper healthcare. Better healthcare 9 Control over 60% of US wealth. 9 Reproductive righto Women's sheltera 9 White House Women and Girle Council 9Better education. 9 Leaa likely to be homeleaa Leaa likely to be unemployed 9 Leas likely to abuse druge. 9More likely to be helped/treated ao victim. 9Leao often admonished by teachera. Given extra attention in olass 9 Leaa likely to be depreaced 9Leaa likely to have a mental ilneoa. Leao likely to abuse aloohol. 9The Sisterhood' 9 Leao precsure for financial achievement Feelings given more inherent value 9 Safer workplace conditions Expeoted to choose easier career. Priority during emergenoy reacue 9 Punished lesa for changing your mind 9 Lese likely to tranoition gender identity Leao enforcement of heterooexuality Leaa likely to experience dyamorphia 9 General immunity to sexiam allegatione Leae likely to live in poverty. Leao likely to emigrate for work Leas likely to be killed in war 9Exolusive school groups and clubs. 9Having it all" Women's Studieo departmenta. 9 More likely to have a teacher of your gender. Nat commonly oonsidered privileged. Feminiam Police deference during domeatic dioputes. 9Better employed for oame experience Gynocentriem 9Ascumed primary parental figure 9Positive oexual encouragement Leos mental health refferalo Safer work conditions. QLeas productivity precsure More, better contraceptive options Not asoumed to be a pedophile around kido Not avoided by atrangero of the other gender. Can you think of any more? My ‘friend’ un-ironically posted this
Female Privilege: Privilege is inisible to those who have it
 -Dr. Micheal Kimmel
 Unchecked* Female Privilege.
 Lower chance of being a murder victim
 Lower ohance of committing auicide.
 9Lower ahance of phyaical agoault
 Longer average lifeapan.
 9Leas work-related injuries.
 Leas work related deaths.
 Shorter/easier criminal convictions
 9Circumciaion in illegal.
 9 Draft immunity
 9Divorce/Family Court bias
 More soholarahips available.
 High college acceptance rate.
 Leas likely to drop out of oollege
 9Emotional encouragement
 Hypergamy
 Cheaper healthcare.
 Better healthcare
 9 Control over 60% of US wealth.
 9 Reproductive righto
 Women's sheltera
 9 White House Women and Girle Council
 9Better education.
 9 Leaa likely to be homeleaa
 Leaa likely to be unemployed
 9 Leas likely to abuse druge.
 9More likely to be helped/treated ao victim.
 9Leao often admonished by teachera.
 Given extra attention in olass
 9 Leaa likely to be depreaced
 9Leaa likely to have a mental ilneoa.
 Leao likely to abuse aloohol.
 9The Sisterhood'
 9 Leao precsure for financial achievement
 Feelings given more inherent value
 9 Safer workplace conditions
 Expeoted to choose easier career.
 Priority during emergenoy reacue
 9 Punished lesa for changing your mind
 9 Lese likely to tranoition gender identity
 Leao enforcement of heterooexuality
 Leaa likely to experience dyamorphia
 9 General immunity to sexiam allegatione
 Leae likely to live in poverty.
 Leao likely to emigrate for work
 Leas likely to be killed in war
 9Exolusive school groups and clubs.
 9Having it all"
 Women's Studieo departmenta.
 9 More likely to have a teacher of your gender.
 Nat commonly oonsidered privileged.
 Feminiam
 Police deference during domeatic dioputes.
 9Better employed for oame experience
 Gynocentriem
 9Ascumed primary parental figure
 9Positive oexual encouragement
 Leos mental health refferalo
 Safer work conditions.
 QLeas productivity precsure
 More, better contraceptive options
 Not asoumed to be a pedophile around kido
 Not avoided by atrangero of the other gender.
 Can you think of any more?
My ‘friend’ un-ironically posted this

My ‘friend’ un-ironically posted this

Female Privilege: a big MRA guy talking point is like, "oh, feminists want equality? Why don't YOU work in a [mine/logging camp/oil rigl," implying that the most difficult jobs in the world are performed by men, which is dumb as hell considering most sweatshop workers & most agricultural laborers on earth are women, not 2 mention the implicit suggestion there that reproductive/domestic labor isn't difficult lol These same men probably couldn't care for a child for one hour let alone a day phalloid-destroyer Women face extreme amounts of harassment in male dominated jobs. Well, there are female construction workers in india, in most third world actually, so this "when it comes to office jobs feminists love it but the HARD jobs with physical labor???" like women do and have done lots and lots physical labor throughout all history, invented LOTS of shit, while being enslaved by men at homes. Try doing that when your basic human rights have been forcefully taken away and when you're not even recognised as human, boy. animallibwomenslib 10 FACTS ON WOMEN AND WATER L Women and children fetch the majority of water for household uses n rural areas. Often this keeps them from attending school or working 2. The average distance that women and children nalk for water in Africa and Asia is six kilometers (3.7 miles) 3. Women carry heavy loads of water (about 20 liters) on their heads in some locations in the world. This causes severe damage to the neck and spine over time Women make most hausehold water and sanitation decisions, but water and sanitation systerns 5. Water projects that involve women in planning and management are proven more likely to succeed 6. In many places in the world, women's land rights are not recognized, and they are 7.On average, housework, cleaning.cooking, washing, etc. than men. lor unpaid work each year from water-related linesses. This reduces time spent working or on education. . For proper water storage is essential to protect lives and ensure good health. 10. Women are with men an improved water supply and most jobs in this field i often think about something we cant live without: water. women walking 6k a day just to have water to drink and cook with. yeah women have it soooooo easy on this planet https://waterfortheages.org/2009/12/02/10- facts-on-women-and-water/ artemiswasamerf If women were measured by the informal domestic labor they produced, they would overrun the measurement of formal work data. em During the Industrial Revolution women used to work just as hard as men in the mines. The feminist and socialist movements were started due to in large part to women being exploited in the workplace. sad-rad-siren i hate it when popel say women dont do hard work. women used to slave away in factories for 16 hours a day, with half the pay of a man. and they still do respectthefemalebody the majority of sweatshop labor globally is done omen oceanlesbian men: let's starve girls from proper nutrition and deny them education, entire types of practical skills training, and equal opportunities, and keep them locked up at home to clean up after us and forced to bear and raise our children but especially our sons, for years and years and years, as our literal legal property, and sexually harass the women who do end up in our workspaces men: wow women are so weak and privileged why can't they do anything? charmed-introvert Also there was a video on youtube titled something along the lines of "will feminist want to get drafted to war And I'm just thinking "why are men so fucken stupid and have no ability to analyze how dumb that attempt at "gotcha" is? As if women not getting drafted to wars MEN started and benefited from is an example of female privilege Source: historicalfuture Fact-checking MRA talking points.
Female Privilege: a big MRA guy talking point is like, "oh,
 feminists want equality? Why don't YOU work
 in a [mine/logging camp/oil rigl," implying
 that the most difficult jobs in the world are
 performed by men, which is dumb as hell
 considering most sweatshop workers & most
 agricultural laborers on earth are women, not
 2 mention the implicit suggestion there that
 reproductive/domestic labor isn't difficult lol
 These same men probably couldn't care for a
 child for one hour let alone a day
 phalloid-destroyer
 Women face extreme amounts of harassment
 in male dominated jobs. Well, there are female
 construction workers in india, in most third
 world actually, so this "when it comes to office
 jobs feminists love it but the HARD jobs with
 physical labor???" like women do and have
 done lots and lots physical labor throughout
 all history, invented LOTS of shit, while being
 enslaved by men at homes. Try doing that
 when your basic human rights have been
 forcefully taken away and when you're not
 even recognised as human, boy.
 animallibwomenslib
 10 FACTS ON WOMEN AND WATER
 L Women and children fetch the majority of water for household uses
 n rural areas. Often this keeps them from attending school or working
 2. The average distance that women and children nalk for water in
 Africa and Asia is six kilometers (3.7 miles)
 3. Women carry heavy loads of water (about 20 liters) on their heads in
 some locations in the world. This causes severe damage to the neck
 and spine over time
 Women make most hausehold water and sanitation decisions, but
 water and sanitation systerns
 5. Water projects that involve women in planning and management are
 proven more likely to succeed
 6. In many places in the world, women's land rights are not recognized,
 and they are
 7.On average,
 housework, cleaning.cooking, washing, etc. than men.
 lor unpaid work
 each year from water-related linesses. This reduces time spent
 working or on education.
 . For
 proper water storage is essential to protect lives and ensure good
 health.
 10. Women are
 with men
 an improved water supply and
 most jobs in this field
 i often think about something we cant live
 without: water. women walking 6k a day just
 to have water to drink and cook with. yeah
 women have it soooooo easy on this planet
 https://waterfortheages.org/2009/12/02/10-
 facts-on-women-and-water/
 artemiswasamerf
 If women were measured by the informal
 domestic labor they produced, they would
 overrun the measurement of formal work
 data.
 em
 During the Industrial Revolution women used
 to work just as hard as men in the mines.
 The feminist and socialist movements were
 started due to in large part to women being
 exploited in the workplace.
 sad-rad-siren
 i hate it when popel say women dont do hard
 work. women used to slave away in factories
 for 16 hours a day, with half the pay of a man.
 and they still do
 respectthefemalebody
 the majority of sweatshop labor globally is
 done
 omen
 oceanlesbian
 men: let's starve girls from proper nutrition
 and deny them education, entire types
 of practical skills training, and equal
 opportunities, and keep them locked up at
 home to clean up after us and forced to bear
 and raise our children but especially our sons,
 for years and years and years, as our literal
 legal property, and sexually harass the women
 who do end up in our workspaces
 men: wow women are so weak and privileged
 why can't they do anything?
 charmed-introvert
 Also there was a video on youtube titled
 something along the lines of "will feminist
 want to get drafted to war
 And I'm just thinking "why are men so fucken
 stupid and have no ability to analyze how
 dumb that attempt at "gotcha" is?
 As if women not getting drafted to wars MEN
 started and benefited from is an example of
 female privilege
 Source: historicalfuture
Fact-checking MRA talking points.

Fact-checking MRA talking points.

Female Privilege: "White (Female) Privilege" (2018) On International Women's Day, I went out for a cigarette break during my session in the first Humanities Reading Room at the British Library. The queue was relatively short to re-enter (sometimes you can pop out for a little bit of fresh air or a cigarette and have to wait nigh-on ten minutes to get back in), and I was at the back of it. Returning from the outdoor sunlight smarted my eyes a little, with the amount that I was reading and the hours spent interrogating my laptop screen and keyboard, I considered the inevitability that I will one day need glasses. I looked around me at words and faces, though had little trouble making anything out, but how would I cope with the decreasing size of letters on the optician's wall? Two white women, presumably mother and daughter, both with bags - the daughter with an additional musical instrument case - walked in through the wrong doors, expecting to progress right into the building Excuse me,' said one of the security guards, a dark-skinned Asian man, politely. You'll have to join the back of the queue The younger woman looked around her as if confused. Judging her peripherals, she had to admit, in instalments, that there was a queue, that someone was standing at the back of it and that everyone was having their bags searched. Nevertheless, she muttered further defensive little protests to the security guard before eventually succumbing to the fear she might not actually be allowed in without adhering to rules even she wasn't exempt from. Okay...? Instead of going out and coming back in through the correct doors, as I would've felt the need to do through fear of being deemed provocative, she simply moved the bollard and tucked herself and her presumed mother in behind me, determined not to add to the indignity of literally having been filed into line by a person of colour and furthermore/therefore a person of significantly lower social class than she Well, this is a complicated procedure,' she said to her mother, without a hint of sarcasm. It's ridiculous,' the mother replied don't know why they don't just have scanners or something,' said the younger woman, right into my ear Careful not to swing around, "because that would put these people, who are here to protect us, out of a job, for one thing", I thought, hoping they'd realise I was shaking my head at them Goodness knows how they are going to cope with your bassoon,' said the mother For a moment, I panicked that my eyes might've become a medic al emergency-they rolled right up into the back of my head and simply wouldn't come back down.I could just imagine their vengeful one-star review of the British Library on Trip Advisor. I could almost make out the lyrics under the veil: "we are thoroughly middle-class English white women, and are of no danger to anyone at all. Surely we're the ones you're supposed to be protecting? And of course we don't want your filthy fingers all over our things! How dare you tell us what to do!" One day, a bomb might go off at the British Library, and they'll write zealously in a Dy MI comments section to complain about the shocking lack of security in one of the world's most important buildings Though I was visibly returning without a bag, the security guard, who couldn't look me in the eye but knew from those same peripherals that I was a black male, held me, asked me if I had a bag, then waved me through without a further word, at least to me, he'd muttered something into his radio and made some sort of hands-in-pockets gesture to one of the bag-searchers. With this article already forming in my head, I didn't hang around to listen to the white women's complaints #race #class #racism #white privilege #feminism #white feminism #international women's day #london #new writing #the british library #dialogue books #little brown #microaggressions #racial profiling March 9, 2018 onotes March 9, 2018 Tweet Facebook Permalink Reblog Embed link
Female Privilege: "White (Female) Privilege" (2018)
 On International Women's Day, I went out for a cigarette break during my session in the first Humanities
 Reading Room at the British Library. The queue was relatively short to re-enter (sometimes you can pop out
 for a little bit of fresh air or a cigarette and have to wait nigh-on ten minutes to get back in), and I was at the
 back of it. Returning from the outdoor sunlight smarted my eyes a little, with the amount that I was reading
 and the hours spent interrogating my laptop screen and keyboard, I considered the inevitability that I will one
 day need glasses. I looked around me at words and faces, though had little trouble making anything out, but
 how would I cope with the decreasing size of letters on the optician's wall?
 Two white women, presumably mother and daughter, both with bags - the daughter with an additional
 musical instrument case - walked in through the wrong doors, expecting to progress right into the building
 Excuse me,' said one of the security guards, a dark-skinned Asian man, politely. You'll have to join the back
 of the queue
 The younger woman looked around her as if confused. Judging her peripherals, she had to admit, in
 instalments, that there was a queue, that someone was standing at the back of it and that everyone was
 having their bags searched. Nevertheless, she muttered further defensive little protests to the security guard
 before eventually succumbing to the fear she might not actually be allowed in without adhering to rules even
 she wasn't exempt from.
 Okay...?
 Instead of going out and coming back in through the correct doors, as I would've felt the need to do through
 fear of being deemed provocative, she simply moved the bollard and tucked herself and her presumed
 mother in behind me, determined not to add to the indignity of literally having been filed into line by a person
 of colour and furthermore/therefore a person of significantly lower social class than she
 Well, this is a complicated procedure,' she said to her mother, without a hint of sarcasm.
 It's ridiculous,' the mother replied
 don't know why they don't just have scanners or something,' said the younger woman, right into my ear
 Careful not to swing around, "because that would put these people, who are here to protect us, out of a job,
 for one thing", I thought, hoping they'd realise I was shaking my head at them
 Goodness knows how they are going to cope with your bassoon,' said the mother
 For a moment, I panicked that my eyes might've become a medic al emergency-they rolled right up into the
 back of my head and simply wouldn't come back down.I could just imagine their vengeful one-star review of
 the British Library on Trip Advisor. I could almost make out the lyrics under the veil: "we are thoroughly
 middle-class English white women, and are of no danger to anyone at all. Surely we're the ones you're
 supposed to be protecting? And of course we don't want your filthy fingers all over our things! How dare you
 tell us what to do!" One day, a bomb might go off at the British Library, and they'll write zealously in a Dy
 MI comments section to complain about the shocking lack of security in one of the world's most important
 buildings
 Though I was visibly returning without a bag, the security guard, who couldn't look me in the eye but knew
 from those same peripherals that I was a black male, held me, asked me if I had a bag, then waved me
 through without a further word, at least to me, he'd muttered something into his radio and made some sort of
 hands-in-pockets gesture to one of the bag-searchers. With this article already forming in my head, I didn't
 hang around to listen to the white women's complaints
 #race #class #racism #white privilege #feminism #white feminism #international women's day
 #london #new writing #the british library #dialogue books #little brown #microaggressions
 #racial profiling
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