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I Put The Fem in Feminist

Glitter is not oppressive. Embracing femininity is not oppressive. Telling me to hide my feminine side is oppressive. I am a woman born woman and proud of it. I like all the frills and thrills of being a woman. I was born to be a girly girl princess but I am also a warrior for women’s rights and other human rights. I wear dresses, low-cut tops, make-up and heels. I AM A F***ING GLITTER COVERED WARRIOR PRINCESS IN FIVE INCH STILETTO HEELS AND RED LIPSTICK!
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  1. To me, as a feminist, I believe it is each person’s choice how they dress and present themselves. It’s important to believe in equal dignity and rights for each person. It is not my business in any way to judge anyone on what they wear, how they walk, what they weigh, their hairstyle, etc.

  2. I have never been a girly girl. Too much of a Tom boy, I can’t walk in high heels to save my life, I rarely wear makeup… But don’t get me wrong I do know how to make a transformation! I’m a natural redhead with curly hair, I can put on just the right amount of makeup, put on all my silver bling and my jeans, tight t-shirt and heads turn…. Lol

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