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New Era of Civil Disobedience                              Anti-government activists gather during a protest in Hong Kong, China, late Saturday and in the early morning hours of Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014. Pro-democracy protesters kick-started an occupation of central Hong Kong after students clashed with the city’s police, prompting thousands of people to take to the streets in support. China said last month that candidates for the 2017 leadership election must be vetted by a committee, angering pro-democracy campaigners who say the group is packed with business executives and lawmakers who favor Beijing. Read more from the report by Bloomberg News. Photographer: Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg     © 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP
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New Era of Civil Disobedience                              Anti-government activists gather during a protest in Hong Kong, China, late Saturday and in the early morning hours of Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014. Pro-democracy protesters kick-started an occupation of central Hong Kong after students clashed with the city’s police, prompting thousands of people to take to the streets in support. China said last month that candidates for the 2017 leadership election must be vetted by a committee, angering pro-democracy campaigners who say the group is packed with business executives and lawmakers who favor Beijing. Read more from the report by Bloomberg News. Photographer: Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg     © 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP
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New Era of Civil Disobedience                              Anti-government activists gather during a protest in Hong Kong, China, late Saturday and in the early morning hours of Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014. Pro-democracy protesters kick-started an occupation of central Hong Kong after students clashed with the city’s police, prompting thousands of people to take to the streets in support. China said last month that candidates for the 2017 leadership election must be vetted by a committee, angering pro-democracy campaigners who say the group is packed with business executives and lawmakers who favor Beijing. Read more from the report by Bloomberg News. Photographer: Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg     © 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP
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New Era of Civil Disobedience                              Anti-government activists gather during a protest in Hong Kong, China, late Saturday and in the early morning hours of Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014. Pro-democracy protesters kick-started an occupation of central Hong Kong after students clashed with the city’s police, prompting thousands of people to take to the streets in support. China said last month that candidates for the 2017 leadership election must be vetted by a committee, angering pro-democracy campaigners who say the group is packed with business executives and lawmakers who favor Beijing. Read more from the report by Bloomberg News. Photographer: Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg     © 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP
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New Era of Civil Disobedience                              Anti-government activists gather during a protest in Hong Kong, China, late Saturday and in the early morning hours of Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014. Pro-democracy protesters kick-started an occupation of central Hong Kong after students clashed with the city’s police, prompting thousands of people to take to the streets in support. China said last month that candidates for the 2017 leadership election must be vetted by a committee, angering pro-democracy campaigners who say the group is packed with business executives and lawmakers who favor Beijing. Read more from the report by Bloomberg News. Photographer: Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg     © 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP
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New Era of Civil Disobedience                              Anti-government activists gather during a protest in Hong Kong, China, late Saturday and in the early morning hours of Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014. Pro-democracy protesters kick-started an occupation of central Hong Kong after students clashed with the city’s police, prompting thousands of people to take to the streets in support. China said last month that candidates for the 2017 leadership election must be vetted by a committee, angering pro-democracy campaigners who say the group is packed with business executives and lawmakers who favor Beijing. Read more from the report by Bloomberg News. Photographer: Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg     © 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP
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New Era of Civil Disobedience                              

Anti-government activists gather during a protest in Hong Kong, China, late Saturday and in the early morning hours of Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014. 

Pro-democracy protesters kick-started an occupation of central Hong Kong after students clashed with the city’s police, prompting thousands of people to take to the streets in support. 

China said last month that candidates for the 2017 leadership election must be vetted by a committee, angering pro-democracy campaigners who say the group is packed with business executives and lawmakers who favor Beijing. 

Read more from the report by Bloomberg News

Photographer: Lam Yik Fei/Bloomberg     

© 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP

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This is—literally none of these things are even remotely specfic to women???

This is—literally none of these things are even remotely specfic to women???

thisbridgecalledmyback:

Feminism INCLUDES intersectionality. If you purposefully exclude colored women, disabled women, trans women, muslim women, poor women, and queer women, you are NOT a feminist. If you choose to ignore the intersectionalities that shape a womans life such as her race, gender identity, sexuality, and class, you are NOT a feminist. If your feminist agenda ONLY touches upon western rape culture and sex positivity, you are NOT a feminist.

Except yes you are, because feminism as a movement has ALWAYS been super welcoming to people like you. Feminism as a movement has always been racist, imperialist, transphobic, homophobic and ableist, and in order to move forward that needs to be acknowledged.

To steal Courtney’s words from the other day: you may be a feminist, you’re just not a GOOD feminist.

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