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Everyone loves Emma, so here's what she has to say about as the UN Women's Goodwill Ambassador

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But Feminism also supports the rights of men and boys -- that's what fighting the Patriarchy is about...

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MEN & WOMEN...NEVER BE ASHAMED OF YOUR BODY...embrace your figure-regardless of size & love the scars-physical & emotional-they are merely signs of the battles endured & WON to become who you are now xxx THAT IS REAL BEAUTY

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you don't have to dress and have interests that are approved of by men and society but it is okay if you do.

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36 images that explain #feminism (hint: it's not about hating men. We love men. Men men men.) http://on.sugarsca.pe/1M7ltOy

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I find these kind of feminist statements pathetic. Here is the illusion there's a kind of war going on between the sexes. The conflict is really between narrow minded and stupid people of both sexes who do not allow us to be who we want to be and achieve on merit. Following the logic of this statement we might start saying things like - blacks need to support blacks, whites need to support whites. What we need is intelligent people who believe in freedom and fairness to support the same.

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I agree with this 100%. My board includes equality in the name because it also about other kinds of equality. They all connect.

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from Tendencee

Nunca Foi Um Vestido: Esta Campanha Vai Mudar A Maneira Que Você Vê Placas De Banheiro Das Mulheres Para Sempre

Theme: The theme for in the time of the butterflies is women and feminity. The story is told by 4 women.The were incredible justice fighters but they always were looked at for acting different than the other ladys in the dominican republic.

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from Mail Online

The 100-year mystery of why suffragette Emily Davison threw herself under the king's horse

Today I am grateful for what these strong women did some 100 years ago... we owe them so much more than most people remember. KH

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