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Feministly - Who, What, Why?

Welcome to our first post ever! If you don’t already know, we have an about page on our site which will tell you the basics about us but in this post we are going to delve a little deeper and cover three Ws out of the 5 Ws (those who went to a British primary school, or any school if you learnt about this, will understand). 468 more words


Why don’t feminists fight for Muslim women? — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

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In South Korea, Gamers Stage An Inquisition Against Feminists

(Source: kotaku.com)

On March 26, a top game development studio in Korea released an unusual statement about one of its employees: “The woman was mistaken in retweeting a tweet with the word ‘hannam,’” derogatory Korean slang for “disgusting men.” It continued, “In the aftermath of this incident, I promise that we will create preventative measures, including education, in a timely manner.” 2,093 more words


I sympathise with feminism (in a way that feminists won't find very sympathetic)

I understand why feminism exists. I really do. I even sympathise. Or I would, if feminists didn’t spend so much time kicking me around. I get it, honestly. 1,973 more words


Campaign Illustration

Illustration has been a key player in our campaign so far. We have been to Bologna Children’s Book Fair, found out opinions of illustrators there and promoted #Another100 to them. 333 more words


So, during the past few days I have been doing some observations into the male role. I have realized that men do not know the power and influence that they have on society. 254 more words


We Should All Be Feminists - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Let’s start small.

By small I don’t mean insignificant, because this book is important, accessible, and poignant. It is, however, small in size – about 50 pages long – and it’s a quick read, full of engaging stories and compelling anecdotes. 1,181 more words