Kate Spicer, you wrote an article a few years ago, ‘Any woman who says she’s happy to be childless is a liar or a fool’: Take it from a woman who’s given up her dreams of motherhood at 44. The article might as well have been, “Anyone Who Doesn’t Validate My Personal Anguish Is Full of Crap.”
Everyone is freaking out over Emma Watson having posed “provocatively” for a recent interview with Vanity Fair. I was originally going to sit back and watch as the Internet tore itself apart over the threat of a young, attractive, and outspoken woman baring her body willingly, but the hateful rhetoric is starting to creep into my personal social media feeds and writing about it may be the only way to prevent a homicidal rampage.
I poke fun at the industry as often as possible, because who doesn’t love an easy target? Sometimes it sparks debate. This week, it definitely sparked something.
People, your genitals are not being haunted by orgasms past.
When I was 8 years old I decided I didn’t want to have kids. 20 years and a very permanent surgery later, I maintain my position.
Let’s make an effort to focus on giving rather than receiving this season.
Feminism is a touchy subject for me, mostly because of the state of modern first-world feminism. When you start telling me what I, as a woman, can or cannot do, you are breaking the first rule of feminism club.