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Subject: Software Publishers' Catalogs Annual, 1988-1989

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In an article for a local zine entitled Male Feminism, the author Nick Taylor rhetorically asks why isnt everybody a feminist? I have a number of reasons for not classifying myself under that ism. I believe in equality, so I consider myself an egalitarianist. When it comes to gender issues, I call my philosophy gender-egalitarianism. But whats the point, you might ask, of quibbling over semantics? Feminism is all about equality, so if you really believe in equality then why arent you a feminist?
My first critique of feminism is of the word itself, and its implications. Im a firm believer in social linguistics - That is looking at our choice in words and seeing what is embodied in our language.
Feminists have a long tradition of doing just this. For example, they examined the word woman and its etymology, and found that it came from a combination of womb and man. Thus there was a bias embodied in our very language that viewed women as mere reproductive units. Now many feminists use words like wumon in its place.
But I have yet to see a feminist take a critical look at the word feminism itself. S/he may well be surprised by what we find
Feminism consists of two essential word parts. The first part, femin, is a shortening of feminine, which of course means female. The second part, ism, which is almost exclusively used as a suffix, means an ideology or belief system. The meaning of a given ism is determined by what precedes it in the word. For example, capitalism is an ideology based on money, or capital, while a racist follows an ideology based on race.
So what does it mean when you put feminine together with ism? In short, its a form of sexism. Feminists often use the word sexism, which is generally used to describe an ideology of male superiority over women. But the word really means any ideology based on sex. It can be made more specific. To describe a male based sexism, we could use the term masculism, while a female based sexism would be called feminism. So certainly feminism is a very poor choice of word to describe a desire for equality of the sexes.
While few people have analyzed the word quite as scientifically as I just did, many are still very disturbed by the idea of an ideology, or ism, based on one of the sexes. They simply dont want to be a part of anything like that. Many of these same people, on the other hand, would be quite pleased with egalitarianism, and gladly identify with a movement that is obviously based on equality. Over the last two decades, I believe, the continued use of the word feminism has hurt the movement much more than any help it may have given in familiarity and continuity.
Well, ok youre probably saying now, sure, maybe feminism isnt the best word, but whats really wrong with the feminist movement? Its certainly not sexist, even if thats what its etymology might imply. If (hypothetically speaking) feminism was sexist, wed expect it to at best be an ideology based entirely on the female sex, that only discusses males as victimizers, and at worst to be irrationally anti-male. And in practice, feminism has generally been the former, and all too often the latter.
Feminism began as a womens liberation movement, so its female-centric ideology is certainly understandable. But for there to be a vital movement of men and women that will transform society and bring equality, we need a broader vision. Men are gonna be part of any new society we create, so its vision cannot be centered around just half of the population. This has been one of feminisms most damaging weaknesses its inability to come up with a positive male vision.
Feminism has also been guilty of stereotyping men and failing to appreciate the true diversity of the male population. Its basically assumed that if youre a heterosexual male then you must be privileged, so therefore you owe a certain debt to women. For men who actually grew up feeling accepted and privileged in their society (to later become enlightened), this makes sense to them and they gladly hop on the feminist bandwagon. But for many of us that wasnt the case at all.
One case of this is what I call secondary sexual orientation. For example, a large minority of heterosexual males (including myself) are whats been described as male-lesbians. Were only attracted to women, and were not at all transsexual or transvestite. But romantically, we emotionally identify a lot more with whats traditionally been considered feminine. Weve long been persecuted and discriminated against, but unlike other groups, such as gays, we generally dont have a recognized identity or support network. One might think that, given our natural inclination to egalitarian relationships and our common oppressor of sexism, that wed be celebrated by feminists. But I have yet to hear a feminist make mention of us. We just get lumped in with the rest of those damn hetero-males.
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Ive also found that irrational anti-male sentiment is often fueled more by personal romantic angst than real political grievances. Lesbians, in my experience, are far less likely to be irrationally anti-male. This is not to deny the validity of actual damaged caused by some sexist men in relationships. The angst Im referring to is the universal kind that everyone has felt, from rejection and neglect. If hetero males were to channel this sort of rage into a political agenda, it would give misogyny a whole new meaning. Ive been present on all too many occasions when a group of women who had recently been dumped was sitting around talking about how men suck! My reaction has always been that its not men that suck, but rather your choice in men.
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All this said, Im not really anti-feminist per se, Im just very aware of feminisms faults and shortcomings. The womens empowerment movement, often under the name feminist, has done a lot of great things for women in recent decades. It has made women as a whole much more aware and proud of their bodies, intellect, creativity, spirituality, and sexuality.
But the same still needs to be done for men. To achieve real gender egalitarianism, new male identities need to be explored and studied. Many feminists scoff at the idea of having mens studies departments at universities, yet this sort of thing is exactly what we need. The full range of male identities deserves serious scholarly study. And not just under the umbrella of womens studies. Likewise, male identity needs to be freely explored in our social and activist communities, outside the confines of the movement thats been known as feminism.
So my recommendation is that we abandon the word feminism, because its a poor word choice with embodied biases and counterproductive implications. A term like gender-egalitarianism is a far more accurate description of what we need in society and how it can be attained. What has been known to this point as the feminist movement should be replaced with womens empowerment and mens empowerment movements working in solidarity as part of a larger movement for equality.
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Yes,yes...now we got everything for everybody...
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Subject: "Why I'm not a Feminist" article defended

Abe Haim
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Date Posted: 19:59:18 10/09/03 Thu

Hey folks -
Sorry for my tardiness in replying. I stumbled upon this website today long after forgetting my initial posting from many moons ago. Ill proceed to give a point by point rebuttal to Ms. Stephens reply to my article.

>dear angry chap
Frivolous name calling hardly warrants a responsesuffice it to say that any fair reader would find self evident the thoughtfulness and insight of my article, regardless of whether they agreed with everything in it.

>I couldn't get through all your message, it was too
>dense and intense : edit it.

Certainly, as the intelligent, well-educated, and liberated woman that you no doubt are, you wouldnt really have any trouble getting through my fifteen hundred word essay. Though it had complex, perhaps even somewhat nuanced argument, it was written in easy to understand, everyday languageSomething I cant say of most the post-modernist crap thats come out of Womens Studies for the past couple decades. The post-modernists love to use tons of obfuscating jargon to trick their lay readers into thinking theyre smarter than them, when in reality theyre merely smearing irrational mumbo-jumbo. (But perhaps thats not such a bad thing, cause feminist epistemologists, in their infinite wisdom, have taught us that rational thought is really just an oppressive patriarchal construction.)

>But speaking as a lesbian
>feminist - I would like to assure you that plenty of
>feminists (lesbian or not) of my acquaintance do not
>heap all men into the basket of evil folk which is
>what you seem to assert.
As youll recall, my initial article asserted that lesbians generally had less hostility towards men, because of their lack of emotional involvement with them. Going into more detail though, Id make a distinction between what Id consider more natural lesbians (who have always been more attracted to women) and the women who are naturally more attracted to men, but went lesbian due to hostility and resentment against them. The latter group obviously would tend to still have a lot of anti-male hostility. Many in the former group have been systematically rejecting feminist, politically correct, dogma since at least the 90s. We can see this everywhere from the song Neanderthal Dyke by the band Tribe8 to the Lipstick-Lesbian movement.

>My sisters rather complain about the evils of the
>patriarch, about machoism, not about ALL men being

Ive never been too big a fan of machismo myself, but obviously many people are. As my original article pointed out, few men would continue with the whole macho act for very long if it didnt get them the women they wanted. But obviously many women are turned on by machismo, as are a good number of straight men (the whole Fem-Dom culture), and many lesbian women are turned on by macho bull-dykes a la Tribe8.

>No, we even fully acknowledge that there are
>women who are as negarive towards feminist ideas (or
>towards the equality of humanity if you prefer) as any
>man one could care to mention.
Wow, so you would actually consider Valerie Solanis and her SCUM Manifesto to be anti-feminist (because it obviously opposes gender equality)?....Most feminists Ive known have considered it extremist , but still part of the feminist milieu. Perhaps were making some progress

>However, being a man is one thing. Feeling masculin is
>sometimes another...

Its certainly true that men can be quite different from the traditional macho role of this culture. Feminist propaganda however, more often reinforces negative stereotypes of men than it highlights the new freedoms they should have in a more liberated society.
>I have no idea what "feminism" you have read

Ive read Steinem, MacKinnon, Dworkin, and Marilyn French, just to name a few.

>, but for
>all my adult life I've read so much (rejecting
>straight away and long ago that stupid scum manifesto)
>and the ideas that I have read are so refreshing.
Now that weve established that youre indeed quite literate, would it be too much to ask why you found the time to read through those countless pages of feminist writings but didnt have the basic courtesy to read my article in its entirety before responding?

>Imagine, a man can be gentle, sweet and prepare tea. A
>woman can be agressive and cut down trees. A man can
>be agressive and cut down trees and a woman can be
>gentle, sweet and prepare tea. Goodness what a
>revolution. who gives a damn as to who cuts down the
>trees or prepares the tea? Both are most welcome, and
>the most important thing in the world, is that the
>tree falls or the tea is served when its moment comes.
>Our problem is that at present, it's absolutely men
>who cut down trees and absolutely women who prepare
>the tea. So cutting down trees is SEEN as far more
>important than serving tea. Mens' so called funcitons
>are more important that so called womens' functions,

I assume that your argument that tree-cutting is more valued than tea-serving is based on the fact that loggers generally get paid a lot more than servers. You seem to overlook the fact that almost everyone (male or female) would chose serving tea over cutting down trees if the pay was the same. Unlike tea-serving, logging is a very strenuous activity, requires a fair amount of skill and training, and is quite dangerous. How many people do you know who were killed by a kettle??? The worst injury I could imagine would be a fairly minor burn if one forgot to use a potholder. Ive actually had quite a few such mishaps over my years of frequent cooking, and its very safe to say that they pale in comparison to having a tree fall on you or ending up on the wrong side end of a chainsaw. The fact that men in our culture are so privileged as to be in the vast majority for such jobs as loggers and construction workers certainly accounts for a large part of the life expectancy gap between women and men (an average of about seven years at birth). I would consider myself very privileged if I had a liberated wife who went out and supported our family in one of those traditionally male professions while I was left at home to serve tea. For her sake though, Id prefer she was doctor or lawyer, so that she wouldnt have the physical stress and danger of a working class job.

>though both sexes can interchange roles without all
>our electrical circuits fusing.
>I had a most interesting chat recently with one of my
>favourite human beings. A French guy to whom I teach
>English, who came to see the display I had made for my
>lesbian group for International Women's day back in
>march (2003). Our stand was only one of 50 on show
>that day in the town centre of Rennes (France), but
>was the only lesbain one. He told me that he was
>unsettled to see so many varied exhibitions demanding
>equal rights for women, and gently I asked him why.
>Because he felt that personnally, it was a loss of
>power as far as he was concerned. Did that mean that
>he needed to feel power over women to feel whole?
>Being a feeble woman I didn't dare ask him, but I
>already had my reply.
>This guy is married and has a little boy and a little
>girl. doesn't he want the woman he loves, and the
>daughter he loves and is bringing up to benefit from
>all the possibilities that exist? He feels that to
>preserve male power, is more important to him than to
>assure the equal social position and opportunity of
>his wife and of his daughter, in the present and in
>the years to come.

I wont comment on that particular exchange (since I wasnt there and this was just your subjective impression of it and I havent heard his side) other than to say that Im impressed you would still consider him one of your favourite human beings even though you obviously consider him sexist (perhaps for good reason).
>Power... what an interesting idea. and I thought to
>myself, that I haven't struggled in life to be
>respected in order to get or feel POWER, I've done it
>in order to feel FREE. and that's what women struggle
>for, to feel FREE as do men, although often men don't
>even understand the meaning of the word.
Thats quite a flattering self assessment of yours to say youve never wanted power. It also seems rather presumptive of you to declare that the womens movement isnt about power. Many feminists will readily admit that theyre fighting for their rightful share of power in the world.

As for men not understanding freedom, thats simply preposterous. I would feel very free if I was a house-husband and never had to work a paying job for a hierarchical corporation or government or non-profit agency. This is a choice that many more women than men have.

>It's a pity to think that even some gentle and men
>need to feel superior to others (why not to women
>while we're about it) in order to feel complete.
Its all good and fine to critique hierarchy, and anarchists and anti-authoritarians do an excellent job of this. What isnt so good and fine is to label this patriarchy and blame it on men. Coersion and domination are bad whether men or women are doing it (and believe me, women can be just as dominating as men). So why do feminists feel the need to further counterproductive stereotypes about men?

>For fuck's sake, we are all human beings, good at some
>things and bad at others, and all our efforts to make
>the world a better place, that's feminism for me and
>for many other people, and sorry if that word mentions
>women for once, the value of women has only just
>started to be heard, and already that hurts sensitive

Feminism is more than just a word, its a movement to transform society (and, like I pointed out in my article, a society in which well all have to live). The etymology of the word in not just an indictment against the word itself, but helps demonstrate the innate gyno-centrism of the overall movement. Two wrongs dont make a right, an eye for an eye will live the whole world blind, pick your clich. The point is that past injustice against women does not justify present injustice against men. Feminists who are truly committed to equality and justice should give up the word feminism for egalitarianism. In building a world thats more equal and free, thats liberated from constraining gender roles, we must be neither male-centered nor female-centered in our approach neither masculist nor feminist. The concerns of men and women must be given equal consideration in this quest for liberty. Only then can anyone truly be free.
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Subject: Feminism

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Date Posted: 08:02:41 05/31/03 Sat

Yeah, feminism i'm all for it. i'm a man btw. And yeah, the thing that attracted me to feminism is that seriously, go on a date with a feminist and you won't have to pay for her dinner and be a fuckin gentlemen right?? Yeah, chilvary is irrelevant. And i can't believe people are still believeing in it. Women need level playing fields no doubt. But its gonna be hard, just look at ads, most women are bikini models or porn stars as potrayed in the media.......and yeah, its hard for me to get attached though, most females expect equal treatment but don't expect the responsibilities that come with it.....that's plain immaturity,
Subject: We finally found it...

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Date Posted: 17:34:39 09/23/03 Tue

After a long time we finnaly found it:

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Subject: Did women really gain anything?

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Date Posted: 12:45:08 07/17/03 Thu

I was born in 1956 and kind of grew up in the middle of all the war for womens rights. I now have three daughters and wonder what we really gave them. We were supposed to be giving ourselves the right to work in the world on the same level as men instead we gained the right to work at a lower pay scale doing twice the work. We gave ourselves the right to be treated poorly by men while we pay our own way. At least in the good old days he opened the for me and bought my dinner, perhaps even took me to a nice movie or show before he expected me to put out. Now they expect us to pay for all those things ourself and put out. If we actually get to eat or see anything other than a bed we found a good date.Then what about marriage? Remember when a wife stayed at home and raised the children and took care of the house? Today we gave our self the right to work a job, clean our houses and take care of our families all at the same time. Woe be unto the woman who beleives she should stay at home longer than six weeks when her child is born. She may lose her job in the long run, if her husband doesn't not so gently remind her that it's not his responsibity to support the family on his own.What happened to the men who thought they were supposed to be Men and provide for thier families? I guess we gave them the right to never grow up. Now we get to be thier mommies, wives and monetary support system. I'm not so sure womens rights actually gave us too many rights that we might really want.
Subject: Did women really gain anything?

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Date Posted: 12:42:04 07/17/03 Thu

I was born in 1956 and kind of grew up in the middle of all the war for womens rights. I now have three daughters and wonder what we really gave them. We were supposed to be giving ourselves the right to work in the world on the same level as men instead we gained the right to work at a lower pay scale doing twice the work. We gave ourselves the right to be treated poorly by men while we pay our own way. At least in the good old days he opened the for me and bought my dinner, perhaps even took me to a nice movie or show before he expected me to put out. Now they expect us to pay for all those things ourself and put out. If we actually get to eat or see anything other than a bed we found a good date.then what about marriage? Remember when a wife stayed at home and raised the children and took care of the house? Today we gave our self the right to work a job, clean our houses and take care of our families all at the same time. Woe be unto the woman who beleives she should stay at home longer than six weeks when her child is born she may lose her job in the long run if her husband doesn't not so gently remind her that it's not his responsibity to support the family on his own.what happened to the men who thought they were supposed to be Men and provide for thier family's? I ghuess we gave them the right to never grow up. Now we get to be thier mommies, wives and monetary support system. I'm not so sure womens rights actually gave us too many rights that we might really want.
Subject: Why I am a KOBE.

Randolf Scott
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Date Posted: 22:17:35 04/25/03 Fri

I'm all for feminism, provided the women stay in the kitchen. The reason I joined KOBE is that it helps releave my sexual frustration. My boyfriend and I don't get along well. I've tried women and I like them, but I like they way they cook more than the way they go down. Guys are just better at head.

Anyway, KOBE helps me by giving me an outlet for my hate. This hatred is self hatred, but with KOBE I can pretend to hate others.

KOBE needs some hotty chicks. If any of you want to burn your bras and join our "Babes of KOBE," please drop by and sign up.
Subject: feminism

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Date Posted: 02:52:07 01/20/03 Mon

Feminism isn't an easy thing to be involved in...first of all, there are so many stereotypes out there, you get called a man-hater or dyke when hate and sexual orientation have nothing to do with it. And every day you are bombarded with so much sexism in the media. . .even now, after years of struggle, the best we can do for our daughters is some Barbie website where they learn how to shop and pick out stylish outfits. We are rewarded with Spice Girls and a president who can't keep his zipper up. As a feminist you face disapointment every day.
Maybe the hardest thing about feminism is the true practice. You're with your good friends, maybe some are guys, maybe one makes a sexist comment and everyone laughs. What do you do? You like this guy, you like these people. Maybe you laugh along, try to ignore it...it can be hard not to. Not everyone understands the need for equality. They think things are fine the way they are.
What we really need to do is teach people about feminism and sexism. Feminism is not a cult where lesbianism and bra-burning and man-hating are required. Feminism is also not being trapped into a system that makes us automaticly love shopping and talking on the phone and wearing fashionable clothes and hate sports and cry at the drop of the hat...feminism gives us a choice of who we want to be. Feminists can be strong or shy or fat or skinny or gay or straight...feminism is true equality between men and women, and trying to tear down stereotypes, as well as any barrier that keeps grrls from reaching their true potential.
Feminism can be hard to practice but it can also make you think. I'm a feminist because I want to be recognized not just as a woman, but as a person.
Subject: NEW online forums

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Date Posted: 19:37:22 04/01/03 Tue


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Subject: the gender war

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Date Posted: 05:30:18 02/18/03 Tue

last time, i was arguing with my uncle about women's right. his answer was: "you women, did not have a right for an education in the past. now u do. u are even getting more educated than men. u did not have the right to vote or to drive. now u do. u got all ur rights. what are u still arguing about?". i don't believe someone could be that naive or that blind. all these things that he named are but 20% of what we should have. these are things that are on the surface. but what about the inner deep things: the psychological status and upbringing of girls. i once read a book. i can';t go into it now. it's a long issue. but one thing is for sure. the gender war is not over yet. not until the "double standard of sexual behavior" is eliminated from all societies. not until housework(cleaning, cooking,...) ceases to be a woman's role in marriage and starts to be viewed as equal reponsibility for both the man and the woman. not until the gap between a prostitute and a wife or daughter is eliminated. until those things are achieved, we are still in war with this society.
i am not a feminist. i read a book on feminism. it had a lot of rubbish ideas. "women should not renounce their biology in the name of liberation". but i do believe that we need an organization similar to feminism but more moderate.
Subject: feminism

Lisa Harrison
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Date Posted: 02:54:14 01/20/03 Mon

Feminism- A way of life devoted to promoting the positive interests of women.
Subject: Feminism

Ana Gamboa
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Date Posted: 02:48:46 01/20/03 Mon

feminism is the theory of political, economic and social equality amoungst genders. in other words, it is the dismantling of patriarchy.
as a feminist activist, feminism to me is not only a mere theory, but it is also an ACTION. an ACTION to challenge social conventions that reinforce the evil institutions of patriarchy. either through writing letters, articles, attending conferences, going to protests or just merely talking about it to people around you.. these actions have brought on, and will continue to bring about social change.
Subject: Feminism

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Date Posted: 02:46:49 01/20/03 Mon

To me, feminism is basiclly taking action to gain equal rights between the genders, and saying "i will not let males control me". It also appears to be a gateway, into all other branches of activism. That's just my personal view.
Subject: Feminism

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Date Posted: 02:45:22 01/20/03 Mon

It is beyond absurd that any living group-- male, female, or otherwise-- should be dominated by or competed with by another. Life is too short for something as unproductive as inequality. Any woman feeling put down by the masses should switch and instantly become the aggressor. No matter what society tells us, everyone is entitled to a piece of the pie. An old native American maxim tells us "the secret to being happy is to simply be happy."

Be equal.
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Date Posted: 02:44:19 01/20/03 Mon

Feminism seems to be such a taboo word. It turns people off, and makes people thing of us feminists as man-haters, non-shavers and bra burners. Feminism now, in the new millennium, is much different. This is what I had to teach my exboyfriend.

When I first told Jake (that's what we'll call him) I was a feminist he was curious as to why I was so interested in women's rights and activism. It threw us into this whole, deep conversation that lasted us at least through our whole ten month relationship. He was so confused by it, and it was actually quite sad that he had never been exposed to women who were as bold as I. My whole family is built completely by strong women and big hearts. My family has taught me to accept people, but to fight for myself.

Jake did not know how to handle my feelings on how women were still not treated as equal, and if he had read into it, he would know that. Two generations behind me, and me coming to the front as the third had to teach someone about what being a feminist really is! So here began my ten month JOB. I still talk with Jake and he understands now, after I've spent hours trying to teach him. He accepts it because there's nothing else he can do! He's friends with this other girl, and she lets him boss her around. He knows it's wrong, but he experiments. Or maybe he doesn't. Maybe he just wants to have a weakling girlfriend to make him feel so much more superior. Maybe Jake's learned enough that some time he'll tell her about me, and how strong I was in our relationship. And she'll give a different outlook on how she should let people treat her. I hope.
Subject: feminism

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Date Posted: 02:41:28 01/20/03 Mon

for me, becoming a feminist was a natural progression. in elementary school, i was a classic "teacher's pet." i didn't have too many friends, but wasn't upset because i won the approval of various adults (my parents and teachers) through my grades. then, my body started developing before other girls my age. tired of being nerdy, i became hypersexualized in defiance of my previous role. for a time, i enjoyed playing the passive, always-ready-to-fuck girl. i still earned the grades, but now i was also winning approval from men through sex and flirtation. after playing that game for awhile, i became sick of it. i wasn't finding any emotional or intellectual satisfaction from those short-lived relationships, and realized i wasn't even really attracted to boys. so it was around this time that i started calling myself a feminist. there was no sudden revelation, but more of a realization that i was the one being shit on in these relationships. from then on, learning and reading about feminism has made me a more confident, powerful woman, and the rest is history (or herstory). all the time, i find more and more reasons why i love being a feminist.
Subject: Feminism

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Date Posted: 02:35:02 01/20/03 Mon

I was born in 1957, and my father 'disappeared' before I was three. My mother moved back in with her parents, and then went back to work for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. I never met my father, and my mother never said anything terrible about him to me, in case I ever had a chance to meet and know him. My mother is classy.
She grew up during the Depression and World War II, and was the older sister of three brothers. Her father became a cop, because that's the work he could find and do when there was nothing else with any security.
When I was a child, there was no Affirmative Action, and no great opportunities for women, but my mother was smart and went to work every day, and learned to fight for herself.
She was always a feminist, as was her mother, and though Mom had only a high school education, by the time she retired, she was the Assistant Registrar for Vital Statistics for the Commonwealth. She had survived the times when a man was promoted because 'he had a family.' She had watched several Registrars with political ambitions pass by her with their PhDs on their way up. Indeed, she was the one constant in that office, and saw to the training of each of them in turn.
She and my grandmother raised me to be a feminist, and even my grandfather wanted me to continue to see my way clear to fight for the rights of women, and anyone else who was in any way disenfranchised. It made my 'coming out' much easier when the time came for me to live as a lesbian. I am one of the lucky ones; my family supports me.
Affirmative Action is gone now, and it shouldn't be. Some of my mother's later triumphs were thanks to the more level playing field Affirmative Action created, and as long as there is any kind of glass ceiling for women or minorities, Affirmative Action is necessary.
Once equality is reached, and no sooner, should advantages be taken from those so dramatically disadvantaged.
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