Reblogged from queerandpresentdanger
Oh, look. Sexism made to be “cute”. If this was a room with “misogyny” written all sweet above a bed, there’d be a huge backlash.
But wait, I forgot, men are excluded from sexism.
well i think the difference is that misandry isn’t a culturally supported institution the way that misogyny is and it’s also usually born out of a reaction to the misogyny people face and the patriarchy rather than a belief of an innate superiority of one sex over another for arbitrary reasons and sometimes i think people can use it as a totally legitimate tool of survival and those people deserve cute things too because also for men to be victims of sexism we would have to not have the dominant power in the culture but we do and so therefore there is no real way to honestly oppress us, making misandry and misogyny in no way comparable on an institutional level, they are not the same the same, at all, not even a little bit
Reblogged for pictures + commentary :)