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[–] Carrots90 7 points (+7|-0)

I remember this, lol

Luckily, the TIMs have undone so many of our gains with their bravely stunning bravery

Today, a woman can empower herself through actions as seemingly inconsequential as driving her children to soccer practice or watching the Oxygen network.

The Oxygen network existed in 2003??? Lol. I don't know why that stuck out to me.

[–] PaulaAlquist 4 points (+4|-0)

I just learned it was founded in 1998.

Why, yes, I am a cat, and it probably will kill me some day. :)

[–] BarnsBarns 3 points (+3|-0)

Whereas early feminists campaigned tirelessly for improved health care and safe, legal access to abortion, often against a backdrop of public indifference or hostility, today's feminist asserts control over her biological destiny by wearing a baby-doll T-shirt with the word "Hoochie" spelled in glitter.

"Don't tell this bitch what to do," said Kari Eastley, 24, a participant in the Oberlin study and, according to one of her T-shirts, a "Slut Goddess." "I wear what I want when I want, and no man is going to tell me otherwise. We're talking Pussy Power, baby."

Choice feminism

[–] TransWidow 1 points (+1|-0)

Sometimes I suspect the Onion is terfy.

[–] SamuraiGhostCat [OP] 4 points (+4|-0) Edited

It isn’t :( They’ve posted stuff criticizing “transphobes” and TIMs being banned from girls’ sports. :(

This was from about 20 years ago, so it might’ve been terfy then, though. But like all other media (besides conservative media), it’s been captured by this insane gender ideology.

[–] Iridescence 1 points (+1|-0) Edited

I thought the Onion was meant to be about fake headlines? This reads like your everyday libfem article...