TagInternalised Misogyny

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“I’m not like other girls!” and Pole Merchandising

Can. We. Just. Stop. If you’ve posted about pole dance on Facebook even once, you’ve probably seen one of those super ad-keywordy t-shirt companies advertise something like this to you: …and I’m sick of it. The “not like other girls” narrative is toxic as hell. Pick-me (Noun) 1. A person who constantly begs for attention, acceptance or inclusion with another group, most commonly the opposite sex. Example: A: “Unlike all those other girls who party every weekend and hook up […]

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