I get where this box is coming from. I want it to be my friend.

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And that’s the story of how Nichelle Nichols stuck with Star Trek after the first season.

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That time that the Doctor and Vicki were going to take on a Dalek with nothing but a coat and a shoe.

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Kif’s default emotion.

Kif’s default emotion.


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fantaszing said: would you consider yourself feminist?



Feminist: One who supports the cause of feminism.

Feminism: The belief that men and women should have equal rights and opportunities.

Pretty simple to support, huh? Man or woman. I think the only reason a person who believes in equality of the sexes would NOT call herself/himself a feminist is because of people who have distorted the perception of the word as a dirty and shameful label the past few decades. But if you reject the word based on how THEY have shaped the perception of it, in an insidious way, you’re letting them define you. 

Go back to the REAL definition of the word, not THEIR distorted definition, and see if it is something you believe in. And can be proud to call yourself. Man OR woman. And go from there.

Because, if you break it down, if you are NOT a feminist, then you do NOT believe in equal rights for men and women. Is that what you believe? Or is it that you’re rejecting what the label has been distorted into? 

It used to be that “geek” was a dirty word, too. A shameful label. Not anymore, thank goodness. 

"Feminist" needs a transformation like that too. It’s overdue.

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