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-->Wouldn't it be nice if feminists fought against discrimination for all instead of white females?

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  1. I think the word that describes the act of doing exactly that is something like 'intersectionality,' and it is a thing that people do.

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  2. I predict that this will be downvoted to hell

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  3. It's okay, the PSL is back. Them white girls be hiding behind circle scarves soon, you won't hear from them until May.

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  4. Are you kidding? Self-described feminists on my facebook feed post soooooo much shit about cultural appropriation. Most of it is complete bullshit.

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    1. I won't disagree here. I'm a feminist, and I think most cultural appropriation is bullshit too.

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  5. Feminists fight for discrimination. They dont fight against discrimination.

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  6. Feminists fight for equality of the sexes - no matter race. It's as simple as that.

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    1. Bullshit. Ask a feminist their view about aboriginal women and you'll just get a blank expression on their face. It's all about the frivolous "I want to dress like a slut and not be judged" or "There should be more women in STEM, but Women's Studies should always be overflowing with women students."

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    2. 6.a, you R-tard, every feminist I know is very aware of the abductions of aboriginal women in rural BC.

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    3. Depends on the feminist, 6a. It's not like there's some unified code of rules dictating what is/is not feminism that they all adhere to. Just like ANY other ideology, there are narrow-minded and short-sighted feminists, and there are open-minded/"big picture" feminists. Typically depends on maturity level, how informed they are, etc.

      1 got it right. There's a thing studied in the current incarnation of feminism called 'intersectionality,' which basically says equality of the sexes can't exist in a vacuum - it needs to see and understand inequality of other forms, too (class inequality, race inequality, etc.). The idea is that to move forward in solving the problem of gender inequality, these other forms of inequality have to be addressed simultaneously in order to achieve any kind of progress.

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