Day 51: flag.
I feel like they should have kept his gun noises.
A young boy approached the front desk. He comes into the library regularly and is ahead of his age in maturity. He wanted to know where he could find Star Wars books. We have quite a few fiction but also non-fiction Star Wars books. The non-fiction can be about the history and making of Star Wars.
Me: “Are you interested in fiction or non-fiction?”
Boy [long pause, with serious expression]: ”You do realize that Star Wars is fake right?”
Reminds me of the girl who wanted normal princess books instead of the weird ones. Which apparently means Disney.
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Oh how I relate to this.
Day 50: unseen. The things that lurk in the shadows. When you feel you are being watched.
Anti-feminist woman. Sounds like an oxymoron, doesn’t it?
But that’s not the case for the “Women Against Feminism,” a community of women emerging on Tumblr and Facebook, uniting to celebrate their distaste for mainstream feminist movements. Through photos and signs, these women make their message crystal-clear: They don’t ever want to be called a feminist.
Here are some examples highlighting the multiple flaws in these arguments, in the hopes that the ongoing conversation about feminism can eradicate these messages for good.
Thanks to feminism you have the platform to say you are anti-feminism. Just sayin.