Vlog Post 3: Here, I Talk About Intersectional Feminism, etc.

Good afternoon, sisters! This is my 3rd vlog post at youtube.

Here, I talk about intersectional feminism, non-binary/GNC v. sexual stereotypes, male violence, male transgenders harming women, biology isn’t a social construct, & my wish for a gender-free world.

Oh, & you get to meet 3 of my 4 dogs. Min Pin is short for Miniature Pinschers – they are 4yo & I adopted them from the Humane Society October 2016, when their owner gave them up. The Taiwan Mountain dogs are also known as FMDs. I fostered about a dozen dogs from Taiwan when I lived in Seattle – I foster-failed w/these 2, adopting them 4 & 7 years ago. 😊

If you like my videos, would you mind voting them up at youtube? I am getting down votes & have no trouble imagining transgenders & other members of their cult voting my videos down, en masse! :o/

I hope you like this one! Let me hear from you, sisters!


14 comments on “Vlog Post 3: Here, I Talk About Intersectional Feminism, etc.

  1. Casey is so cute!!!!! 🐢❀❀❀

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  2. BigBooButch says:

    Those little Min Pins are so precious!

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  3. MainelyButch says:

    Awesome dogs. I don’t agree with you on most of this, but I am glad you put out your opinion and thoughts here. Interesting video.

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  4. Widdershins says:

    Have you been caught in the whole YouTube blocking fiasco?
    Thanks for bringing the trans extremists down to a human (squishable) size. They shout so loud it’s easy to forget how small they really are.

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  5. BigBooButch says:

    Tiny men w/tiny minds!

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  6. Jayne Wattie says:

    Great vid Thank you. Your dogs are gorgeous! As a gender non conforming woman it really pisses me off when these guys say ” Oh you’re just pissed off because I’m a better/more of a woman than you!” They are obsessed with pornified femininity and literal one upmanship on women.

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  7. BigBooButch says:

    Yep, their definition of woman comes from porn. Sick bastards.

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  8. I really enjoyed this a lot. I am a straight CIS (I only just learned what that is πŸ™‚ woman and I wouldn’t hear these conversations either, but through twitter I came to hear people talking about new things. What you say about gender non specific straight CIS women really struck a chord cos my mum is like that and my god, does she get hell for it. Other women say she’s just like a man and when we were kids they used to pretend to be being nice and say they would give her a makeover and stuff. The kids at school said it too cos she used to run the football. Lots of people call her a dyke and things like that. Even as kids, we knew it was nonsense, but it’s horrible bullying. So although I don’t understand some of what you’re talking about here, I really understand what you mean by liberating everyone from gender. I haven’t learned much about feminism, we don’t really have it in England (haha) so I’m catching up. But that sounds very true and vital. Thanks for sharing your ideas, this is how we learn new things. As a side note: nice pack handling skills πŸ‘πŸ» and I love that you paused to get the ball. Loyalty breeds loyalty.


  9. People used to say that to my mum all the time. When she was a kid, she was a “tomboy” and got away with it. But as a grown woman, it drives people (including me, sometimes) mental. The worst ones pretend they care about her, and that she she “have more confidence” and “make more of herself”. Even as a kid I could see: 1. She has the confidence to wear what she wants, which is one up from you and 2. She’s running the damn school football, working a job and raising two kids. What “more” does anyone need to make of themselves? But no one should need to fight to have short hair or wear shorts or not shave their legs. People ask me why my hair is the way it is (natural and messy) and I say: why do I have to explain MY hair? I don’t ask you why you spend a fortune on chemicals and spending ages doing your hair. So why should I have to explain just being natural? People are mental πŸ˜• but what is clearly at the bottom of it is THEIR lack of confidence, not my mothers. The truth is, they’re jealous as shit. My mum can do all that, “keep a ‘good’ husband”, make her own money, raise great πŸ˜‡ kids and do all that without bleaching her anus or getting plastic glued to her nails. That drives them mental.


  10. BigBooButch says:

    Thank you for your comment, sister! I love my dogs very much – they are like my babies. πŸ˜‰

    Just to be clear, I never said anything about “cis” women bc “cis” is used as a slur by the transgender community, so I never use it. On top of that, I don’t know of ANY woman who is “cis,” bc we all seem to have some sort of body dysmorphia (exp: I don’t like that I am fat and am working to change that) and none of us actually ID with the gender stereotypes we are forced to portray. So, yeah, you’re not a “cis” woman, you are just a woman. πŸ˜‰

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  11. I agree actually, though I didn’t know it was sometimes used as an insult. I’m not happy with the role society Allows me either or people’s expectations of me. So yup. I think that’s so,etching that has affected all woman since the dawn of time, probably.


  12. Hi I have often thought of our conversation since. I wanted to say thank you because now I am more enlightened about the issue I am seeing more and more what you mean. I am getting involved in feminism on twitter and the disgusting abuse masquerading as caring about trans people is disturbing. Feels like some handmaids tale thing. Thanks for explaining your point of view to me. Solidarity ✊🏻


  13. BigBooButch says:

    I’m glad I could help, sister. Fight on!

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