Nerd is my Gender

I’m very attracted to large women. I’m also attracted to women of all shapes. And people of all genders. But I have a special place in my heart for large women.
And it makes me wonder… am I fetishizing large women? Is the fact that I can ask myself this a result of the beauty/thin myth? I mean, if they were the standard for womanliness, I wouldn’t even be asking myself that, I’d be considering myself as “normal”. Is society so fucked up that I’ll never be able to just ooh and ahh over large women without second-guessing my motives?
I blame the kyriarchy.

I’m very attracted to large women. I’m also attracted to women of all shapes. And people of all genders. But I have a special place in my heart for large women.

And it makes me wonder… am I fetishizing large women? Is the fact that I can ask myself this a result of the beauty/thin myth? I mean, if they were the standard for womanliness, I wouldn’t even be asking myself that, I’d be considering myself as “normal”. Is society so fucked up that I’ll never be able to just ooh and ahh over large women without second-guessing my motives?

I blame the kyriarchy.

(via fuckyeahhardfemme)

Hey girl.
Women are not an interest group…
They’re half of this country.
(via Introducing Feminist Barack Obama | Nerve.com)

Hey girl.

Women are not an interest group…

They’re half of this country.

(via Introducing Feminist Barack Obama | Nerve.com)

“If women were being sexually mistreated, that number would be a whole lot higher and we wouldn’t just have a couple feminist skeptics complaining about mistreatment. All skeptic women would be complaining about mistreatment at meetings.”

A friendly reminder of how not to attract women to skepticism.

“If you encounter an atheist who attends church, a humanist who finds religious criticism counterproductive, or an agnostic who yearns for more accessible education about secularism: *chances are she’s a woman.*”
Women’s experiences in secular groups can be uniquely divergent from men’s | American Secular Census