Feminism and Women’s History!

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Hello Everyone! HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY!!! (march 8) If you didn’t already know, March is National Women’s History Month. I like to consider myself an intersectional feminist. Since, March is National Women’s History Month, I thought it would be fun to talk a little bit about Feminism and its history. I’ll talk about the meaning of feminism and the meaning behind the outfits.


I posted this the night before so that everyone could wake up to this nice reminder


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First, I’ll start by mentioning something important about the first shirt. I partially agree with the saying. I agree with “The future is female” in the sense that women are going to make a rise with fighting for rights and equality. But, I also agree with the statement, “the future is equal” That’s something that I’m constantly explaining. Feminism is about equality between genders and people. I just wanted to mention.


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What is FeminismFeminism is the fight for equality between everyone. It is seen by many as man hating, which it most definitely isn’t. It’s pulling out equality for women, women of color, different races or trans women, women from all over the country in any part of the earth. Overall, it’s the promotion of equal rights between genders and humans.


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In the 90’s, feminism was shown in so many different ways. TV shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Movies like 10 Things I hate about you. This article can show you so many more different examples.



I hope you enjoyed this post! This is something new I’m trying, because if you know me, you know feminism is really important to me. I didn’t mean to offend anyone, if I did I apologize. I tried to make this as non-judgmental or rude as I could. In the comments, feel free to start a chat on this, and I definitely will respond. Click here want to read a very interesting article. ALSO let me know in the comments, if you would be interested in a cookbook post of my feminist wardrobe.




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