Revolution is the Only Way


Anonymous asked: Thoughts on vandalizing the luxury cars and houses of the rich?


Have fun, don’t get caught.

On the importance of Meseeks and Destroy’s darkest scene



Rick and Morty is a great cartoon. I made a post a while back gushing over it and included some youtube links. 

Recently, an episode aired that has stirred up backlash because it contained a graphic attempted rape scene. I’d totally be one of the dissenters of Meseeks and Destroy, if Rick and Morty handled the scene like certain other family guyesque shows do — the survivor as a punchline, no repercussions for the “lovable” rapist, the act itself is downplayed, the survivor’s body is panned over and shown as desirable, etc. 

But it didn’t. In fact, I think Rick and Morty had one of the better representations of rape in comedy I’ve ever seen.

Spoilers and very long analysis under the cut.

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amillionthingsicouldsay asked: You say you're against liberal feminism. What does that mean? How do you define "liberals" or "liberal feminists/feminism"?


I’m against liberal feminism because I’m against liberalism. I’m a socialist, I don’t think we can achieve liberation from men in in a capitalist society even one with regulations. 

Liberal feminism doesn’t really threaten the status quo and doesn’t commit. It believes that the most effective way for women to stop being oppressed is through the state - legal methods. It doesn’t see the state as an inherently violent patriarchal tool in of itself and reforming an inherently violent patriarchal tool can only take us so far. 

Of course its important to focus on the world we live in now and ideological purity at the expense of how I actually live is ridiculous. 

Lberal feminism believes that the problem isn’t that men have the power to hurt and abuse, but rather than women don’t also have access to that power (eg: defending Hillary Clinton who supports imperialist policies in the global south, being super thrilled about women who break through the glass ceiling to own car companies that cover up murder).

Liberal feminism wants women to have access to the same power as men. I don’t. I think the power and societal advantages men have are born via violence are not exactly what I think a just world needs.

Liberal feminism views equality as a step-by-painful-step process of an individual woman (particularly white, Western women) stepping on the backs of other women to get more power and has this weird belief that sisterhood will make them turn around and help someone else up instead of safeguarding their own power. 

Liberal feminism is individualistic. Liberal feminism is ineffective. Liberal feminism prioritizes certain women’s lives over others. Liberal feminism says things like “i’m not an angry lesbian hair feminist so you should take me seriously because I love men”. Liberal feminism says that it isn’t men they’re angry at but the patriarchy (exactly what is the patriarchy made of, ghosts???). Liberal feminism doesn’t name the problem and doesn’t see things as systemic.

Anonymous asked: What is the point of feminism? You already have equality, you just bitch about "wanting more equality for women" reality check, if it's already equal then you shouldn't ask for equality. Do you even read half the shit you post? All this shit can be completely disregarded by logical argument and debate, but I'm guessing you are just gonna use some stupid terms to lable me or some shit. I look forward to your doubtlessly under thought response




We’re taught at such an early age to be against the communists, yet most of us don’t have the faintest idea what communism is. Only a fool lets somebody else tell him who his enemy is.

Assata Shakur (born July 16, 1947)

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