Feminism and “victimhood”


Is it really a victim approach to give women a voice? Is it a victim approach to speak up and fight for women? No. this is not a victim approach, this is a warrior approach, we are fighting for the women that no one else gives a damn about, and those of us that have survived ourselves, we are warriors fighting for the liberation of all women, of all races and all classes. We are law changers, and culture changers. We name what is happening and name who is doing it and name how to change it, and we do all we can to change it. So I have to ask, what are you doing? Cos we could really use some help, other women’s voices, not silence or labels of victim-hood. And this is genuine, do you really want a better world for women, all women, not just those you know, and if so what are you doing? Cos we need all the help and support we can get and its very unpopular and very lonely being the one with the guts to speak up.  — Lily Munroe

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