SWM, educated, slim, neat, near hairless body (I do have hair on my head.), 25yrs young.
Sensitive to women's experience and their subjugation and oppression. I understand how a micro-aggression functions.
Seeking a feminist female with a background in either Gender Studies or Fine Arts to cooperatively fight against the systemic oppression of women (the product of the cultural presence of masculine traits and men's concepts of equality).
I am sensitive, caring, loving and have explored the strength of 'nurturing' without co-opting it as mine.
I understand 'safe-space' as a women's-only environment.
I enjoy soft, cuddly puppies, stuffed toys, house plants, masculine-free language, and a quiet glass of chardonnay.
I attend feminist conferences, films and theatre but am uncertain if there is a definitive feminist music.
I choose not to drive because automobiles are a male-biased technology that play a significant role in the ongoing subjugation of women. I use a bicycle with a “female frame” (My apologies; I know they are sexist but I have to get around.).
I gave up meat-eating because of its embedded sexual politics, and have accepted kale as the female-positive alternative to cis-men's nutrition.
I enjoy fresh fruit smoothies as long as they are pressed and not subjected to the masculine violence of blending.
I stopped breaking wind after my first Gender Studies elective as I then learned of the sexual and political content of men's intestinal effluvia.
At one time I did play video games (sorry) but gave it up because of #gamergate, game violence and the sexual representation of women inherent in the actual game code.
I am willing to play cooperative, participatory female-friendly board games if that is what you choose to do.
I have my own place and a circle of like-minded (mainly female) friends.
I work as teacher in the campus day-care.
I am financially secure and will grant limited access to my resources. I expect the same of you. Reciprocity is tantamount in this respect. (Is that too harsh?)
Looking for a woman with a sense of who she is, how she is, and what she is. You have a job, your own space (better if you live in a Collective) and spend your time searching for and fighting against sexism and male oppression.
Race, body proportions and physical appearance are unimportant to me; as is age. Looking for a deeper connection.
Okay with no sex as I understand its rape-centred thematic.
I am moving towards appropriate male-silence and full acceptance of the symphony of feminist voices.
I can be contacted through the campus Equal Opportunity Office Network.
Lead me and let's fight masculinity and its injustices together!