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To Men

Welcome. I am a multiracial Radical Feminist Lesbian who blogs against woman-hatred, race-hatred and lesbophobia. I welcome all supportive/analytical comments from pro-Radical Feminist male allies of the women’s movement.

Here are some awesome male pro-radical feminist voices for those men that dislike the voices of hairy Gorgons like myself:
Richard Leader over at Adonis Mirror
Julian Real over at Radical Profeminist
Jude over at The Longest War
A Birch Tree over at A Tree of Finches
Mr. Morgan over at The Big News

Men who know little of radical feminism, this is not the space for you. If you wish to educate yourself further on the women’s liberation movement then, by all means, read what I have to say or click the links above and start your own journey. Until you have a deeper understanding of feminist thought, however, I do not welcome your comments or questions. I am not here to educate men on feminism.

DO NOT COMMENT ON MY BLOG IF YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT RADICAL FEMINISM IS AND/OR DO NOT SUPPORT RADICAL FEMINISM. I WILL DELETE YOUR COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS EVEN IF THEY ARE COURTEOUS AND COMPLIMENTARY. I AM NOT HERE TO EDUCATE MEN ON FEMINISM. I AM NOT INTERESTED IN CONVERSING WITH MEN WHO DO NOT UNDERSTAND RADICAL FEMINISM. THANK YOU.

allecto

9 comments

  1. Just a little heads-up on the second paragraph above:

    “Men, who know little of feminism, this is not the space for you.”

    I read this to mean that all men know little of feminism and all men are unwelcome here. If you meant that men who know little about feminism are unwelcome, then there is no need for the first comma in your sentence🙂

    I hope this doesn’t cause offence – I’m offering the heads-up as the previous sentence gave the impression that some men (i.e. educated ones!) are welcome here whereas the grammar in the above sentence contradicts that.

    xx


  2. Thanks Lorrie. I am so shit with grammar.


  3. Well crap, I could just copy your entire “to women” and “to men” pages, including your “about me” section — every sentence describes me. I don’t really think of myself as multi-racial though, more of a mutt who fits in uneasily-with-conditions where ever I go. Every one of my many siblings looks like a different ethnicity.


  4. Heh, I like to think of myself as a mongrel. The term definitely suits.

    Every one of my many siblings looks like a different ethnicity.

    Mine too. In primary school one of my friends used to drag me and my two sisters around telling all of her friends that we were sisters and how amazing it was that we all looked ridiculously different from each other. We are all different colours, different body types. Some of us have Asian eyes, others have the Papuan nose etc. It is good fun.


  5. I am a white male that considers myself to be a feminist and I wanted to thank you for your views. I can’t say that I necessarily agree with a lot of them, but I think it is important to continue the conversation. I find it frustrating and infuriating that most Americans (and almost all males) think that, in 2008, civil rights and women’s rights have been solved. Ignoring the fact that white males get paid more and are offered better jobs than women or black people only adds to the problem. Ignorance is stupidity.

    As to your views of Joss Whedon as a person, have you ever thought of removing the artist from his art? Of course his view of women in Firefly is rather fucked up (excuse my language but no other word seems to suffice), but maybe the whole show is more of an allegorical prose exposing our society for what it really is: racist, women hating and white male dominated, just as depicted in Firefly.

    Anyway, above all else, I just wanted to commend you for standing up for what you believe in and raising awareness for women’s rights!


  6. How brilliant that somebody might flee from a ‘hairy Gorgon’ into the arms of a hairless Morgan. (For those that don’t know me, I am 25 and I can still count my facial hairs. The situation may yet change, but I’m not entertaining high hopes).

    And yep, blogging again! I’m touched that somebody noticed.


  7. Hmm… I’m nearly 27 and I don’t have facial hair yet either. Maybe I’ll have to stop calling myself hairy.🙂


  8. Your blog is AWESOME!!!!!

    I’m only sorry I’ve only now discovered it! Brava!!! Send the P.R.I.C.K. boys my way, by all means!


  9. Thanks Julian! I’ve admired your blog for ages.🙂



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