"They are both such radically different types of feminism, but both correct and both not without their own specific problems either. WHY DO WE HAVE TO COMPARE. One is sunshine, the other is post-modern. It’s not hard."
“Disparaging women’s work and constantly putting them in a death race against each other only reinforces the narrow and oppressive prescriptions we put on females. It’s come to the point where even feminism has to look a certain way and act a certain way, it can’t be dynamic and flexible and perceived differently through different women. You narrow feminism and you narrow the woman which is…not feminist at all” - SAM, QUEEN OF THE WORLD. (via rufustfirefly)