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retiredaccount wrote

why's that?

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ConnieCommie wrote

author of it

-fetishizes trans guys, despite being a lesbian

-sexualizes packers, encouraging cis people to wear them despite them being used to alleviate gender dysphoria

-ACTUALLY HAS A PRO-SISSY KINK COMIC (https://www.ohjoysextoy.com/genderplay/)

So yeah, pretty bad.

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Catsforfun wrote

what's wrong with being pro sissy? I didn't know there were sides to this & I need juicy details

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ConnieCommie wrote

The kink itself is intrinsically linked with gender roles and the fear of being feminine.

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Catsforfun wrote

I don't see the problem. I think being kink-critical is good, but the kinkshaming or making something so taboo that we demonize people for having a friggin kink is blown way out of proportion. Getting so worked up about it takes the focus away from real world problems, like sexism, and puts the focus on a strawman like this kink..

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Dumai wrote

what's the point of "being kink-critical" if you're not going to put your money where your mouth is

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Catsforfun wrote

I don't understand what you mean... By "kink-critical" I mean that I think people should be aware of the social context in which their kink exists while also being able to enjoy their sexuality in a consensual manner which harms no being involved. I don't think that playing a game in the bedroom is inherently bad or dangerous. I do think that people should think about why they developed that kink and what it says about their perspective of broader issues of gender/power/violence. Kink critical does not mean censorship or shaming.