So my question is, can you like the idea of a dominant male sex partner and still call yourself a feminist. I think, yes – what do you think?
Last week, Katy Perry joined Melissa Leo, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, Marissa Mayer, and Taylor Swift to become the latest powerful woman (how far canyou projectile-ejaculate frosting from your nipples?) to denounce the feminist movement. “I am not a feminist, but I do believe in the strength of women,” Perry said while accepting Billboard’s Woman of the Year award last week. The statement prompted a flurry of feminist concern. “Why are women scared to call themselves feminists?” Mary Elizabeth Williams asked in Salon before taking a shot at answering her own question: To the women who think the feminist label no longer applies, Williams says, “Ha! HA HA HA!”
Here’s one reason some women might not identify as feminists: Whenever they begin to engage with the material, feminists condescendingly dismiss them as morons, complete with all-caps maniacal laughter. “Hi Katy Perry! At its most simple definition, all feminism means is that…
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