Last Wednesday, Kat gave us a post titled “Why I Decided to Stop Being a ‘Tough Girl’ and Just Be Me“, a thought-provoking piece on femininity.
I passionately disagree with it.
Let me break it down here.
In her post, Kat referenced this quote by actress Zoey Deschanel:
This idea- that women were or are pressured to be “men”- isn’t a new one. Plenty of folks have made the same observation and there is absolutely truth to that. In fact, we’ve even managed to turn it into a trope at this point, the “warrior-princess”. Continue reading
Posted in bizarreness, feminism, morality, sex
Tagged 2nd wave, 3rd wave, Anne Bonny, Boadicea, Claire Underwood, Dana Scully, Elizabeth Jennings, fantasy, female, feminine, femininity, feminism, Feminist, fight, Frank Frazetta, Gemma Teller, Hua Mulan, inherent, kevlar, Lana Kane, Laura Roslin, Lysistrata, male, marie curie, matriarchal, matriarchy, Men, patriachal, patriarchy., Peloponnesian war, power, promiscuity, qualities, sci-fi, science fiction, sex, sexuality, stoic, strength, tough, traits, warrior-princess, will, women, Zenobia, Zoey Deschanel