I don’t care who you are, so long as you possess the cuntmentality. I want you naked. I want you clothed. I want your stories. I want your differences. I want you just the way you are and I want you on this blog.
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What's the Cuntmentality anyway?
A few things first. You don’t have to own a cunt to have the Cuntmentality or even want one. Cunts exist all across the gender spectrum, and affect a wide variety of people. Though just a disclaimer, cis men should tread carefully here, I don't have time to hold your hand and break that down for you.
The Cuntmentality is raw power, derived from a sea of unlimited thoughts, experiences, opinions, fears, dreams, goals, and so forth. It is a call to remove genitals from gender, for cunts are not wed to only one dot in the entire Universe of Gender. It is an idea, an undying answer to those who are need of a safe space, of acceptance and acknowledgement of your pain or shared with others like you. It is the force that bashes back, that doesn't give in, that raises a fist against every oppressive force trying to drive you back into the cultural rot so you can degrade in ignorance and in false messages that claim you're unworthy or that who you are isn't good enough. This is you, this is me, this is every follower that I have in a collective of uncensored beauty that doesn't follow the direction label of the magazine rack. This is the be who the fuck you want to be so long as you're not hurting anyone else mentality. This is the stand up for the people around you mentality. The fuck you I'm queer mentality. The I don't always love myself but today I might mentality. The I'm fucking fabulous mentality. This is the change in perception, the challenge of social norms that dictate how you think, and breathe, the acknowledgment of institutional oppression and every voice that has had the courage to speak up about it, mentality.
The world is unbalanced my friends. We have been lied to on countless occasions. Just know that here, you are never alone and that if you ever need it, I'm never too far. My ask is always open and you're more than welcome to add me on my messenger accounts.
Remember the game last year about what color bra you were wearing at the moment? (I don’t but that’s beside the point…) The purpose was to increase awareness of October Breast Cancer Awareness month. It was a tremendous success and we had men wondering for days what was with the colors and it made it to the news. This year’s game has to do with your handbag/purse, where we put our handbag the moment we get home for example “I like it on the couch”, “I like it on the kitchen counter”, “I like it on the dresser” well u get the idea. Just put your answer as your status with nothing more than that and cut n paste this message and forward to all your FB female friends to their inbox. The bra game made it to the news. Let’s see how powerful we women really are!!!
REMEMBER - DO NOT PUT YOUR ANSWER AS A REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE- PUT IT IN YOUR STATUS!!!
PASS THIS TO ALL THE WOMAN YOU KNOW
I have a problem with this.
Why do I need to make a pretty blatant sexual reference, even though *tehehe* I’m not really talking about sex, to “see how powerful we women really are”
I don’t understand the correlation here, other than it makes men think of me in a way I am ENTIRELY uncomfortable with. Because these stupid things are not about breast cancer awareness, or trying to make the news, or doing something liberating for the female sex. Its just another way of subjecting yourself to the male imagination, another way to gain attention, another way to use your body instead of your brain, and then feeling all high and mighty when you say “I wasn’t talking about THAT, I was talking about my handbag silly!” Its stupid, its stupid to think this can somehow prove how powerful you are, and I seriously don’t understand it. At all.
Maybe I’m a prude. But I know that I am capable of awesome things without succumbing to pointless, annoying, and objectifying facebook trends.
You know, I didn’t even think about it like this when I got it, so I really like this point.
My first response was “Uh. I don’t have a handbag/purse, and not all women do”. Which is true, and another part of how we are separated into boxes and shoved aside. Not all women (and no, it’s not just because I’m a Dyke either) like to carry around purses or handbags and we shouldn’t assume that all women do. Handbags and purses don’t make a woman.
But you’re right. Its annoying, pointless and objectifying. We’re setting ourselves up for jokes that may or may not be wanted, and I highly doubt someone wants that creepy friend you added out of guilt or haven’t talked to in years because they became creepy, to get all excited because they think you like it in the kitchen. If you aren’t comfortable with that, then no one has the right to tell you you are being prudish or a killjoy.
Also, this game will not raise awareness for breast cancer. Its sexist and cissexist to assume that only women (with handbags) will recieve breast cancer. Trans men, as well as cis men, should be aware that they still need to check themselves and are still susceptible to breast cancer. If you want to raise awareness for breast cancer, there are other ways to get involved (check out the How To Help section on the sidebar). That’s only one place, you can google it to find out other ways as well.