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No. 4635[Reply]

thought it might be cute to start a 2X related music thread… share any songs you love that are anti-moid! any genre, from light hearted funny songs to straight up murder anthems

i'll start out the thread by sharing a few of my favorites!

dixie chicks/the chicks - goodbye earl
>she held wanda's hand and they worked out a plan and it didn't take them long to decide
>that earl had to die… goodbye, earl
>those black eyed peas, they tasted alright to me, earl
>ya feelin' weak? why don't you lay down and sleep, earl
>ain't it dark? wrapped up in that tarp, earl?
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No. 9603

K-Y-L-I-S
Kill your local indie softboy
K-Y-L-I-S
Kill your local indie softboy
K-Y-L-I-S, K-Y-L-I-S, K-Y-L-I-S

No. 9606

>>9603
this doesn't work cause the guy is cute and the video doesn't work cause he didn't do anything bad or sexist

No. 9608

>>9606
Nta but also no to both the things you said.

No. 9610

>>9608
how so ?

No. 9638

>>9610
Killing men for just existing is the height of misandry retarda



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No. 4526[Reply]

A place to discuss and vent about pickme or fake self-serving feminist behaviour you have witnessed or experienced, online or IRL, to post cringe screenshots or memes, theories and tinfoils etc.

This is separate from the tradthot general as it’s not just for discussing particular women with particular belief systems, as there are many kinds of pickme out there. However, trad-thottery can still be discussed as it is classified as pickme behaviour.

Pick Me General #1 >>>/2X/627
Handmaiden Thread >>>/ot/398608
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No. 9585

>>9583
yes they're both in their thirties and sit on valorant all day one one of them is even engaged..

No. 9592

>>9492
ill be honest a lot of the prolific female kf posters radiate giant pickme energy, but it also absolutely kills me how much moids go out of their way to whiteknight and fight over them in unrelated threads lmao. ive seen so many shity misogynistic jokes on that site but somehow whenever someone goes out of their way to mention they're a woman they'll get bombarded with positive attention. fucking bleak.

No. 9597

>>9592
The only way to get something out of KF as a woman is to (a) never mention your gender and (b) curate your experience so that you only stick to the decent threads. You have to avoid 95 percent of the site otherwise you will go insane.

No. 9600

>>7811
Not specifically relating to TERFs but cool girl/gf counts.

No. 9605

>>5987
(Sorry to religion sperg on you) Mary Magdalene got confused with the unnamed sinful woman who wiped Jesus' feet with her tears and hair thanks to that one Catholic pope, Mary of Bethany was the one who sat and listened while Martha was in the kitchen preparing food for guests.



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No. 7569[Reply]

A place to share moments in films, TV shows, clips from magazines, comics, interviews etc. that highlight radfem talking points or the insanity of trans ideology. Including points made accidentally.
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No. 9487

>>9454
'Tokophobia' is a made up scrote phobia. A phobia is supposed to be irrational but childbirth and gestation can be harmful to women and is certainly painful always. Acknowledging this fact doesn't mean one has internalized misogyny.

No. 9512

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No. 9519

>>9454
I am both a childfree woman and a former TIF and I can confirm, in both these communities every now and then you hear extremely degrading things about mothers, mimicking men's ungrateful behavior towards the female body. They're this close to calling women breeders, unironically.

I wouldn't call it serious tokophobia though, I don't think they have actual panic attacks or abstain from sex because of their fear of childbirth, they just have a severe case of pickmeism, and/or are overcompensating and coping because they're straight and most men are obsessed with breeding.

No. 9537

Another SNL skit 'meet your second wife'

No. 9556

more snl



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No. 3937[Reply]

There is little that we can do as individuals to stop socially or legally sanctioned abuse of women in other cultures but we can raise awareness of new and ongoing issues and evaluate the work of charities where donations could make a difference.

This thread is for discussing new or ongoing women's rights abuses around the world.
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No. 6527

i've read what women said about korean moids and how gross they are, how they talk about little girls in a sexual way without caring, their spycam porn, and incels punishing women for being feminist. I always wondered if the military conscription stuff is responsible for the high femicide rate over there. Not like its a direct cause, but it doesn't help for all moids to have training to be strong and violent. I hope it makes sense. Has anyone read anything like this?

No. 6529

>>6527
The average age of Nth room userbase was 21 years old so most of them didn't even begin thinking about army. Besides, SK is not the only country in this world to have compulsory draft, right? If anything army is just another thing men bring up when whining to women how hard they have it. Their media and how boys and men are coddled is to blame.

No. 6531

>>6529
Yeah, exactly. I associate the casualization of pedophilia more with Japan when it comes to East Asia, but it really is coddling men for everything which is the root problem everywhere. Explains why most men these days are losers kek.

No. 6538

The refugee males in my country eat the babyfood aid themselves because they think it will increase their “sexual prowess.”

No. 9513

It likely escalated fighting back an forth



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No. 7214[Reply]

This is a thread to post anything related to radical feminist merch, like pins, badges, necklaces etc that you might think looks neat. Through the ages I've seen a lot of cool stuff that might be cool to wear as a radfem that I've wanted to post in here since forever. So please feel free to join!
Examples include but are not limited to:
>Vintage feminist badges (pic rel)
>Clothes with cool quotes
>Yonic imagery
>The venus sign
>Labrys
>Harry Potter / JKR stuff
>Literal pink pills
>Other feminist type of merch (though please try to keep it in topic with /2X/)
Post away!
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No. 7430

>>7408
>but I would never put a fucking razor blade under one.
no one, not even the craziest most blackpilled and unhinged of terves, would do this shit. Because we know we don't want to harm anyone. What if an actual woman or child cuts herself removing this? they're just projecting.

No. 7433

>>7314
Wow speciesist much?

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No. 9473

>>7378
My interpretation is that snails are kind of weird and weird women or women that don't fit in can relate to them. I also think that women in radfem spaces tend to have an affinity for nature and appreciating the under-appreciated species of plants, animals and decomposers as well

No. 9503

I love tamagotchis and have started a collection, and I recently heard there may be a Harry Potter tamagotchi nano release in two variants. Of course if these release I'll be buying one in each variant! Also, ever since I learned how based JK Rowling is, I have been wearing this Gryffindor cardigan my mom got me a lot more often now. I had a Slytherin one too but no idea where it went sadly.



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No. 9498[Reply]

I just want to hear about the shitty scrotes you've come across in discussions or in Gender Critical Spaces. I'm sick of them and a lot of them aren't allies in fact, the reason there's so much racisim and "Good ones" is directly because of scrote inclusion. They hate women and troons, just hate troons slightly more. Yet, we get 99% of the abuse/hate from scrotes irl. While Troons just get talked about online.


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No. 5459[Reply]

I have been getting more and more frustrated recently with the "radical feminism" some people in radfem communities practise. It's especially apparent here in lc, since we have anonymity - though I have ran across it in radblr etc too. Women saying INCREDIBLY misogynistic shit (cockbreath, dick worshipper, e-semen brain pick me….) to other women they deem unpure, "gender traitors/sleeping with the enemy".

I truly admire women practising separatism or 4W and the like. It is not for me personally (not yet at least), but I respect their choice and dedication. However, I cannot see how the borderline psychotic hatred some women have for like 90% of all other women is feminism. Hating men and male violence is more than justified - but some "radfems" seem to put way too much of their anger into women who choose to interact with men in any way. There are women who deserve criticism for doing vile shit for male attention, but having some lame ass boyfriend and posting on lolcow is not one of them in my opinion.

I'm just so incredibly tired of running from male misogyny to female-exclusive spaces, only to find out the same shit with a pink bow on top.
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No. 9479

I hate the misogyni towards ugly women shown in the radfem community lately, calling them troon is disgusting and misogynistic.

Literally saw that happen in a terf meme thread where someone posted a graduation photo of a woman and laughed calling her ugly and a troon.

No. 9481

>>9479
Nlogs think claiming radfem makes them special. Just ignore them.

No. 9484

>>9481
yeah but there is too many of them in the radfem movement lately that its becoming difficult to ignore them.

No. 9536

>me checking up on 2X
>the right-wing thread always being at the first page

Why am i not surprised….

No. 9609

>>9536
kek
Some of us are trying to convince them not to vote for the party taking away womens autonomy just to spite trannies but its not easy. The extent of "right wing" there is just complaining about shit brown moids, immigration and trannies, which are fair complaints but no reason to toss abortion rights away by voting for the uber right wing/nationalist party in burgerland.



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No. 6960[Reply]

A thread for non-specific topics related to radical feminism and pro-women things. Let's vent, talk about our rights, our health, the porn industry, the makeup industry, sexism, misogyny, gender role madness etc. and share our resources and stories.
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No. 9421

Met a radfem and we mutually want to become closer. We have so many specific aspects of our backgrounds in common.
I'm scared that in the case of a future falling out, though, she'll out me as a terf as revenge. I know this mindset comes from years of tiptoeing through toxic wokeoid culture online. But a lot of us in the RF community come from that, and I still see a lot of the old habits going strong.
Additionally, I know from having been very mentally unwell in the past and knowing mentally unwell people that you can do things out of character in the heat of the moment to hurt the other person.
As far as I know, she is reasonable and stable, and I'd really like to become close.
Should I just go for it and foster a friendship? Would you, personally, ever do this to a fellow radfem?

As an aside question… for those of you who have made radfem friends online, would you ever meet them in person? When you have radfem friends in a society where transphobia is extremely taboo, are you open about it? Or do you keep it between yourselves?
I've been a radfem for ages now, but the social aspect of these values that have to be kept under wraps still confuses me.

No. 9422

>>9421
I don’t think I’d meet up with one from online, idk I feel like so much could go wrong.

But I feel you on being scared of being outed as a terf by other radfems. I can’t even be honest with people who I know agree with me sometimes because there’s so much vitriol against radical feminism right now. I can finally be bonding with another woman on this topic and feel comraderie and then be scared regardless.
However I like to think, I wouldn’t put somebody as a terf to ruin them. So there’s at least some people out there who wouldn’t either.

No. 9423

>>9421
Another thing these online "radfems" do is take screenshots of your personal conversations and share them with their followers to laugh at you. And then they have the nerve to talk about "female solidarity" and how important female friendships are.
So be careful with her and don't share any sensitive information. She might even try to dox you if you do something she doesn't like.

No. 9435

I just recently spoke to my momma and she said she was actively helping women getting radfem websites and grassroots activism off the ground. I always thought she wasn't politically engaged enough to care about things like that (even though she used to blast MRA's online during the 2010s); but now I learned she's never stopped fighting for women's rights. I love her so much and I'm helping her now too with research and such now. I feel so lucky and happy to have her.

No. 9448

>>9421
I know how you feel but after connecting with quite a few radfems both online and irl I can honestly say that you have nothing to worry about. But if the scenario you’re picturing were to happen, if your online presence is separate from your irl name/life how bad would it realistically be to get ‘outed?’ Why do the opinions of random people online matter? Sorry if this sounds harsh, I was really paranoid about that sort of situation happening for years but at some point I just stopped caring because I know even if I got harassed off of every online platform the people in my life that actually matter to me would still support me. Good luck on making connections with people you don’t have to censor yourself in front of! (heart emoji)



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No. 6015[Reply]

Have you ever tagged a public place with a feminist message? Wrote over troon graffiti with your own thing? Share it here! Sticker ideas and designing tags also welcome and encouraged. Help spread the good word
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No. 7787

>>6058
Im going to start doing this. Especially around starbucks because they love tranny dick

No. 9417

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Stop Telling Women to Smile by Tatyana Fazlalizadeh

No. 9419

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>>9417
There are also these free downloadable posters you can print and post up
https://stoptellingwomentosmile.com/Participate

No. 9441

Omg the thread picture is my tag! Nonnie you just made my little heart so happy.

No. 9548

>>9441
I love you nona!!!



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No. 7003[Reply]

For centuries the mainstream medical industry has ignored and mistreated women; we are underrepresented in clinical trials, our complaints are more likely to be misattributed to psychological rather than physical causes or dismissed altogether, and when we ARE given treatment it is often treatment/advice intended for males and can even be dangerous for women. We are not men and our health needs/concerns are very different.

Let's discuss here how we can take better care of our health! Please include scientific articles/studies as sources whenever possible.

(This is my first thread; constructive feedback/criticism is welcome!)
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No. 7936

>>7859
I was wondering this and also how this is relevant to women's health given that everyone has eyes and if she was in a coma when it happened it can't be a case of ignoring a female patient's complaints.

No. 9326

TIL PCOS causes alopecia. I was diagnosed when I was 13 and had struggled a lot with face and body hair before I started getting laser hair removal. All that body hair did a number on my self-esteem, then I can't even conceive losing my hair. It would be a death sentence for me. Anyway, have any of you experienced hair loss due to PCOS? If so, how did you deal with it? I'm desperate.

No. 9364

>>9326
I "supposedly" had PCOS and have thick dark hair that stayed after multiple pregnancies but the only time I lost my hair was when I was a teenager in an abusive relationship. I also feel like more awareness needs to be drawn to how much an abusive relationship can damage women's health

No. 9374

>>9326

Sorry nona, it sucks, but it's manageable with medication and lifestyle changes — you don't have to just accept going bald.

Medication: talk to a doctor (depending on your country a GP or a gyne / endocrinologist) about spironolactone (testosterone blocking), metformin (PCOS control). Friends of mine have done well on minoxidil (generic Rogaine, get the men's version as it's safe for women just stronger).

Lifestyle: vitamin D supplements, iron, get good exercise and good sleep. Consider losing a bit of weight if you're at all overweight. Unfortunately PCOS means that it's a good idea to be extra careful and err on the lower side of normal weight when in doubt.

You can do it!

No. 9391

>>9326
I had thinning hair on the top of my head starting at the front (and a loss of eyebrows) from a different chronic condition for a while. I found dry shampoo helped with volume and avoiding flatness on the top of the head. For the same reason having hair done up or cut into a shorter bob helped it look less obvious. I also brushed hair forward into a swoopy fringe to mitigate my fivehead. I made a habit of brushing my hair before washing, being gentle with getting shampoo/conditioner into it, and that way I could let it dry without brushing it when wet (hair came out the most when detangling wet hair).



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