Are we making unfair generalizations about men when we talk about sexism?
Considering the number of people who object with “not all men,” you might think so. But this objection actually reveals a sexist double standard.
If you want to know the real reason why these dudes can’t handle a conversation about sexism with saying “not all men,” this comic nails it.
The Editors at Everyday Feminism
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To learn more about this topic, check out:
- Think It’s #NotAllMen? These 4 Facts Prove You’re Just Plain Wrong
- The Danger of Claiming ‘Not All Men/White People/Privileged People’ Are to Blame
- 6 Common Expressions That Uphold Rape Culture and Objectify Women
- How Toxic Masculinity Dominated 2016
Alli Kirkham is a Contributing Comic Artist for Everyday Feminism and blogger, cartoonist, and intersectional feminist. Alli earned a BA in English Literature from Cal Poly Pomona in 2011 and uses it as an excuse to blog about books while swearing a lot. When she isn’t cartooning for Everyday Feminism or cursing at popular fiction, she posts cartoons and other silly things on her Tumblr. Check her out on Twitter @allivanlahr.
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