For me, feminism is freedom. Freedom to say something isn’t right, freedom to ask questions, freedom to seek out a community and unconditional love among feminists alike, freedom for self-exploration, freedom for sexual liberation, freedom to be angry, freedom to by myself, and so much more. Feminism is recognizing and celebrating all that is good in the world and in humanity. Feminism is sisterhood. Feminism is a part of who I am and how I live, and I am grateful beyond compare for the individuals, literature, concepts, conversations, communities, and schools of thought which it has opened my eyes.
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Have you noticed that “so busy!” seems to be an adequate and frequent response to “how are you doing?” these days? We’re beginning to wonder what on earth “busy” even means.
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ingleness has a ton of benefits, and if you’re not with someone who fuels your fire, encourages you to be your best self, and allows you space and time for what you love, being single might be a far better option for you. We’re not here to tell anyone how to live their lives, but we are here to tell you that you deserve love and celebration no matter what you’re current state of being may look like.