These Feminist Tinder Posts Are A Perfect Response To The World’s Misogynistic Jerks
Tinder or any other online dating site can be a scary place for a women, especially a feminist. Don’t believe us? Check out these greatest hits from Tinder: 1.
pro tip: putting ‘feminist’ in your online dating bio is a really good misogynist filter A photo posted by @feminist_tinder on
0/10 Does not deserve bacon. 3.
Instead, she just took out the trash. 4.
bye A photo posted by @feminist_tinder on
We all know that asking intrusive questions about lame social constructs isn’t a winning pick-up line, though, right? 5.
Classic A photo posted by @feminist_tinder on
*fans self* 6.
hey you’re probably a white feminist if you ‘like’ this but tried to tone police me in my last post (and you can see yourself out thanks) Privileged white girls need to stop telling me how to make my feminism more glittery and approachable and totez friendly. (Yes, I’m a privileged white girl. I learned and am still learning about intersectionality through active listening, you can too, or if not thanks bye forever pick your privileges back up on the way out) (questions about what ‘white feminism’ means are unacceptable. It demonstrates that you’ve specifically chosen not to listen to the WOC who have been screaming this from the mountain tops. there is a link in my bio.) A photo posted by @feminist_tinder on
And sexism makes us lose our appetites. 7.
for anyone accessing this post via the internet, ignorance is a choice. You have way too much access to information to be misinformed. A photo posted by @feminist_tinder on
But it has everything to do with them being assholes. 8.
biologically shut up A photo posted by @feminist_tinder on
We got a sexist science guy over here. 9.
and Hariet Tubman and Nancy Wake and Chloe Cooley and Brenda Berkman and Amie Subah and a million other women who have thrown themselves into the front line of emergencies. And regardless of whether or not this expression was made up for movies and television, if you’re going to argue that it’s not sexist because it’s about protecting the children, it should be ‘parents and children first.’ Fathers are as capable of being comforting in emergencies as women are capable of being resourceful. A photo posted by @feminist_tinder on
How’d he pass 6th grade history?