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Wow this post resonates with me and my feelings.
Sometimes when I feel really shitty, I blame myself a lot and attribute most of those feelings to dealing with depression and my overall outlook on life.
But I’m starting to realize that shitty people also have a huge role in that and I hate how negativity affects me so much.
Being open means feeling happiness, but it also lets in a lot more sadness.
I need to find a balance and stability because I’m just too dizzy.
Anonymous said: Can you still identify as a feminist if you dislike certain other feminists (or more specifically the behavior of other feminists)?
Totally. There’s a lot of disagreement among feminists about certain ideas and topics relevant to feminism and the best way to go about advocating for those things. Part of this is because there’s no definitive guide for “how to be a feminist” or even widely accessible feminist doctrines. But it’s also important not to lump all “other feminists” together into one group because every feminist has different ideas and acts on those ideas differently (as with humans in general.)