Feminist Me, Part 3; The Foundation of My Beliefs

The most common retorts I get from others is that I am conservative and anti-feminist, a Natalist, and so many more which are aimed solely at incorrectly categorizing, stereotyping, and degrading me based on the surface appearance of my ideology. These are not true, however… Though at times I can certainly understand why people would think so when taking my blog and words at their surface appearance. Continue reading “Feminist Me, Part 3; The Foundation of My Beliefs”

Feminist Me, Part 2; Leaving Radical Feminism

As a popular, modified quote (inspired by something E.E. Cummings once said) goes: “The hardest battle you will ever have to fight is between who you are now and who you want to be”. The sentiment expressed in this quote is true in my own experience, and is one of the hardest lessons I have ever had to learn in my life. Continue reading “Feminist Me, Part 2; Leaving Radical Feminism”

Feminist Me, Part 1; My Years as a Radical Feminist

My first introduction to Feminism was through my parents. Despite being Conservative- and all of the problematic personality traits which they possess on occasion- my parents ultimately raised my sister and I to be relatively modern and Liberal women, Feminists, and Egalitarians. Continue reading “Feminist Me, Part 1; My Years as a Radical Feminist”