Femminism Famous Quotes & Sayings

5 Femminism Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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The most radical thing that any of us can do is to stop projecting our beliefs about gender onto other people's behaviors and bodiesJulia Serano Femminism Sayings By Julia Serano: The most radical thing that any of us can do is to stop projecting our
Consider that people will talk about the fact that I now "pass" as a woman, but nobody ever asks about how difficult it must have been for me to "pass" as a man before.Julia Serano Femminism Sayings By Julia Serano: Consider that people will talk about the fact that I now "pass" as a woman,
When the Majority of jokes made at the expense of trans people center on "men wearing dresses" or "men who want their penises cut off" that is not transphobia- it is trans-misogyny. When the majority of violence and sexual assaults omitted against trans people is directed at trans women, that is not transphobia- it is trans-misogyny.Julia Serano Femminism Sayings By Julia Serano: When the Majority of jokes made at the expense of trans people center on "men
Men still have everything to say about their sexuality, and everything to write. For what they have said so far, for the most part, stems from the opposition activity/
passivity, from the power relation between a fantasized obligatory virility meant
to invade, to colonize, and the consequential phantasm of woman as a "dark
continent" to penetrate and to "pacify." (We know what "pacify" means in terms of
scotomizing the other and misrecognizing the self.) Conquering her, they've made
haste to depart from her borders, to get out of sight, out of body. The way man has
of getting out of himself and into her whom he takes not for the other but for his
own, deprives him, he knows, of his own bodily territory. One can understand
how man, confusing himself with his penis and rushing in for the attack, might
feel resentment and fear of being "taken" by the woman, of being lost in her,
absorbed, or alone.
Helene Cixous Femminism Sayings By Helene Cixous: Men still have everything to say about their sexuality, and everything to write. For what
(...) many of these comments were unarguable mean-spirited and insulting, and no attempt was made to disguise them as flirting. I was clearly being overtly sexualized by these strangers, and not because I was deemed attractive, but simply because I appeared to be a woman. And the purpose of such blatantly vulgar remarks was not to express attraction or potencially garner my interest, but rather to exert a modicum of control over me: to make me feel uncomfortable, intimidated, angry, or fearful, to force me to look away or to cross the street to avoid their harassment.Julia Serano Femminism Sayings By Julia Serano: (...) many of these comments were unarguable mean-spirited and insulting, and no attempt was made