The body positivity movement insults women by treating them like they’re too fragile to receive health advice or set high expectations for themselves. Even worse, body positivity puts women’s health at risk.
While words like “equality,” “diversity,” “inclusion,” and “intersectionality” might sound nice, they don’t address the root problem of patriarchy and they erase feminism’s real aims. On International Women’s Day, let’s remember what feminism is really about.
“Exclusion” has become a bad word, of late, but is not inherently so.
New York Times reveals hidden truth: modelling industry makes women feel bad, treats them like objects
The New York Times published a revelatory exposé of the modelling industry today, revealing that young models are are valued solely for their appearance and treated like (often sexualized) objects that exist…
In a time where inclusion has become one of feminism’s key priorities, a founding idea has fallen particularly out of favour: separatism. The mere accusation of not being “intersectional” (something that actually…