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Monday, March 21, 2005
- Name: jean-pierre
- Location: Jesus Island, Geechee Country, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
Spanish blog now available! No habla el castellano? No hay problema. Espere Ud., que en un momento ya vera' lo mismo en ingle's. English written here too, in this box and at my other blogs: http://cafegroundzero.blogspot.com http://tattnallcounty.blogspot.com Pero en este que sigue, puro español, menos, claro con los limites que llevo, perdonenme por favor. Ya basta! Ven a leer! http://plazacomunal.blogspot.com
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| Gender Abolitionist |
You scored 66% Gender-Abolitionist, 40% Sexually Liberal, and 40 % Socialist
You are the Gender Abolitionist type of feminist. This means that you
feel the best way to destroy patriarchal oppression is to rid ourselves
of misguided gender roles, and instead live in a society that does not
make such marked assumptions about gender differences. The Gender
Abolitionist is culturally radical, but rather conservative when it
comes to sexual liberation and politics. You have a strong sense of
human rights for all. In fact, you are actually a very moral person.
You don't see people in terms of gender and are thus very philosophical
in order to perceive the world in such a manner. You think people
shouldn't identify others in terms of gender. When most people see a
person, the first thing they think is "That person is a woman" or "That
person is a man", but they do NOT think "That person is a
short-fingernail". Most make someone's gender their IDENTITY, but
fingernail length would never be considered part of their identity. A
gender abolitionist would claim gender should be like fingernail
length--it shouldn't be part of someone's identity. By making gender a
part of identity, difference is emphasized and oppression is often
justified. Thus, gender shouldn't be regarded to such a large extent by
society. You are mostly concerned with seeing women become fully
equalized with men by eliminating gender roles, as these roles oppress
The other feminist types:
|My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:|
|Link: The Feminism Test written by saint_gasoline on Ok Cupid|
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