Activism! This is where all the posts go when I pull out my soapbox and start preaching about something that means a lot to me. When I do this people usually label me with some type of “ism”; feminism, lactivism, informed consentism, liberalism, progressivism, etc. In these posts I imagine some will think I’m “bitchy” which, from what I can see, is what society calls women with an opinion. Go figure.

I think most of my writing is “feminist writing” but these posts are where I discuss it overtly.

Don’t forget to check out my feminism articles on Everyday Feminism!

Here are some of my top posts in Feminism:

  • Vaccines and Feminism
    I think the vaccine debate is often a hidden misogyny. Saying things like “2 seconds on Google” or calling those…
  • Maria Kang, Here Is My Excuse.
    Ok, this has been floating around and causing a bunch of nasty comments from all sides. Here’s my take. First,…
  • 5 Myths About Gender Neutral Parenting
    This article was originally posted on Everyday Feminism.  This Thursday 4/4 I’ll be on EF Talk Radio taking questions about…
  • Good Food v. Bad Food
    Recently, my post 15 Tips for Raising Kids With a Positive Body Image, has received a lot of comments.  I’m so…
  • Raising a Family on Food Stamps (SNAP)
    The most surreal thing happened to me last week.  I was asked to participate in a live, online discussion on…
  • Big Fat Myths About Fat Part I
    Recently, my post 15 Tips for Raising Kids With a Positive Body Image, has received a lot of comments.  I’m so…
  • Welfare and Infertility
    I’m so excited that Everyday Feminism is cross posting my article on being a Welfare Mom.  This new feminism site…
  • Are Women Really Divided Into SAHM and WOHM?
    So, in case you live under a rock (or don’t live in the US) feminist Hilary Rosen recently started a…
  • Breastfeeding is a Public Health Issue?
    As a non-vaxer, the term “public health issue” makes my ears perk up.  I do not believe that “public health”…
  • I’m a Welfare Mom
    I’m on “welfare”.  Whatever that means.  None of the social services that I’m participating in are called “welfare” and there…

One thought on “Feminism

  1. I am and have been a crossdressor all my life. It started when I was a teenager has continued ever-since. I enjoy the feeling of being a women with tits and all of the sexiness of that when fully dressed.I believe in Jesus and his salvation of me. I worship and pray for forgiveness of my sins and love the Lord with all my heart. I go an worship Him in church and thanks him for everything. But, I am fascinated by wearing womens cloths. What do you think. Wally


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