Black cat ink shirt, crew neck sweatshirt, women’s v-neck
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
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Has anyone ever constantly harassed you about your decision not to have children? Or asked what your spouse does for *their* job? These are a few examples of experiences Black cat ink shirt that I have actually lived through that I never would have had I not been born a girl. Just because you’ve never experienced something, doesn’t mean that it isn’t happening all around you.
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I’m a feminist, and I literally just laid out my beliefs quite clearly for you. They are nothing except what I’ve stated above and you’ve clearly read them, yet you chose to present this out of context lie instead. As I proposed to another person, you can keep trying to circulate this redefined version of feminism (it’s been tried before), Black cat ink shirt but any free thinker will ignore it as nothing more than an insecurity by someone too afraid of equality to acknowledge it.
Feminists are egalitarians, but egalitarianism isn’t a movement and it addresses equality in all issues, whereas feminism’s focus is on gender equality. It’s just more specific to one area of egalitarianism. Poking fun at feminism for not being egalitarianism is just silly. If your problem with the cause for gender equality is that it’s being called by a “girl’s name” (FEMinism), it’s obvious we don’t have equality.
Like most men here on this comment (except I’m not fully 100% male per say), how masculine stereotypical of you to bring something up yet have 0% knowledge of knowing inequality of countries being stated. South Africa already recognized Equality, North Africa is halfway of recognizing equality. I have relatives and ancestors on both ends of Africa that i can assure you that they be flipping both their middle fingers at you at any giving time. Have you ever been held down against your will as someone forces themselves on top of you? Have you ever showed up for a job interview only to be turned down because of your looks? Did your mother ever warn you against wearing your hair in a ponytail? How bout fitting your keys between your knuckles while you walk to your car at night?
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