"GROW A PAIR!"
That's what we say to men when we think they're acting weak. "Have some balls!"
So what do we say when women are acting weak? We can't very well tell them to get some balls. Women can't, of course!
Maybe women need to 'grow some labia'! The labia are the parts of the vagina that would have become the scrotum for the balls had she been born a male instead (and since she didn't, what would have been her balls are her ovaries).
But I doubt you came here for a female anatomy lesson. It's time for us to grow some labia and woman up, show more strength, challenge ourselves more. Time to take more charge and responsibility for our lives, and less time blaming 'The Patriarchy' or systemic sexism.
Those things exist, for sure, but at some point
we've got to recognize the buck stops with the
woman in the mirror and we need to claim our
power (or reclaim it if we gave it away somehow!)
So it's time for women everywhere to
GROW SOME LABIA!
I've written a few blog posts about how we can do exactly that and reclaim our power!
"Why doesn't she leave him?" and "Why does she tolerate such behavior?" are no longer off the table.
Like a computer network, one attacker can bring down the whole system if he finds your vulnerability first
The misogyny backlash is here. The government won't help. It's up to women to avoid violent men.
It's time to confront victim feminism's self-imposed disempowerment. Who's truly holding us back?
Don’t like how you’re treated? Don’t like the racism and misandry? Feel abused? Tell us why. Yes, I’m serious.
Would they die with their bike grip-shaped dick in their hand?
Why is there a dearth of research on the psychology of female victimhood?
My friend did, and she couldn’t see the red flags
...and many, many more articles, not just about a new feminism for the 21st century but on racism, politics, the COVID-19 crisis, and many other topics.