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I didn't even know what that was until the post mature kim got to me and I saw the first comment and saw it was a lilly porn picture of me saying "I am a rape victim" and the second comment was "I wish she would rape me too." When I was looking at those posts, it kind of hit me that it was about rape and sexual violence. I just said, "That's not rape, that's a lot of violence." And then I realized that that wasn't the whole picture. I started digging further. I looked at pictures of other people, but when I went back to my Facebook I found that a bunch of people were complaining that I was saying all kinds of inappropriate things. Now, there are people who think I'm not saying stuff that's offensive. If you're offended by my comments, you don't have to agree with everything I say, but if you're offended by me being a feminist, I hope I can help black bitch pussy you understand what I'm trying to say. I hope that you'll feel comfortable with my opinions. I've also noticed that women seem to be getting really offended when people don't take it the way they want to take it.

But you're not just being a feminist, are you?

That's what my critics say! I can't even respond to them with words, you know? I have no desire to be like this and I can't imagine any other female person having that desire.

I've also been getting a lot of feedback about my "rape" comment. I thought it was just a random comment. I guess it was supposed to be a joke, but people are using this as a reason to attack me. I don't know what it is that I'm supposed to be upset about. I have to admit that I did write some shitty shit in that post. I have a tendency to over-emphasize certain aspects of the story and over-explain certain things that I was doing, so this was a really shitty thing to do. But I do have some valid points to make here. First of all, feminism is a big issue here. The author has done a great job making sure to discuss it in the text. She has also done a good job explaining why she thinks that feminism is important. That said, the author does not seem to really have a good grasp candyxs on the issue, so hardcore facesitting it is difficult to make an argument based on that article. Also, I'm not a fan of "white men" so I don't really get huge thick dildo the point of the whole white male feminism thing. But let's focus on the text first. It starts off with a lot of good things: "My biggest criticism of feminist theories is that they ignore the reality of the sex industry as it's become increasingly corporate and white." And then she goes on to talk about this white male feminist theory. I like the way that she uses the term "sex industry" as she's talking about the sexualization and commodification of women. She then talks about the way that white men can feel justified in sexualizing women and how that is a product of white privilege. So that is a pretty good starting point to start with. I think that if you want to get down to the substance of this, there are a few things that she should have done differently: 1. She should have spoken about "sex worker" or "sex worker agency." These are the organizations that do the work that women do to make a living. This was really useful for me because, as an immigrant from the Middle East, it's so easy to get into the "sex worker" world and then feel like a "bad whore." I feel like if she had more of an understanding of the agency and agency of working women, maybe that would have helped. She should also have talked about the role that women play in the construction of rape culture and the role that men play in creating the objectification of women and the sexualization of women. These are the kinds of conversations that I think are really important, because when you talk about women and sex work, you are really just talking about the two sides of a coin. I think it's incredibly important to talk about this because this has really big implications. A lot of the media in the US and the Western world, when they talk about sex work, they do so with a very narrow lens on it, focusing on the bad guys. But the truth is, if you look at the statistics, women who work in the sex industry make about 90-95% of their income, but that's because the women who are out there making it pay so much more.

The real sex workers I know make 80-90% of their income doing exactly the same work that I do. That's why there's this idea that men can be bad, they can rape and abuse women and they are the ones perpetuating the problem.