You could set it in Detroit maybe? I think that would be a pretty cool setting for a mob rp. I don’t think you should do Chicago if one already exists like that. I haven’t seen a mob rp based in Seattle either.
Yeah! I can see it xD
"Feminism is not the ideal that women need to have the same rights as men. No. We need OUR rights. They are quite different from those of men. Men are not subjected to the systematic oppression that women are, though they may be subject to systematic oppression in other ways. There is an entire half of the planet that is treated less than human because of our gender identity and reproductive organs. Feminism is a struggle and a journey to a world where women are treated like human beings with all of their rights in tact, untouched and unchallenged. Now, we have the ideal that only men oppress women, but it is a fact that women perpetrate as well. We berate each other. We say that sexy is wrong, that being sexy is wrong, which is a misogynistic idea and demeaning an entire group of our sisters. We fight each other over men, we speak in spite against each other because of insecurities. The problem is, we don’t unite over these things. We do not support our sisters, we do not respect their wishes to expose and use their bodies as they see fit - a right which is theirs as much as it is yours to dress conservatively- , we do not support each other in the different ways we dress. We do not support each others differences or the way that we use the few rights that we have. We demean.
International Women’s Day is a date meant to remind us that we need to stand together and that the fight is not over. We need to remember that ALL women face this struggle. Demeaning even one woman because of the things she chooses to do with herself if it is not hurting another being or herself, is wrong. Gloria Steinem, whose words are proudly displayed on the official IWD website, said, “The story of women’s struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organization but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights”.
This day is because many of us have stopped caring and many of us still berate each other and make enemies of another woman all while most men treat us as the lesser.
This day is for women everywhere. And we need to look at each other, smile and embrace the beauty that we are, share in our struggles and work together as one. Otherwise our journey will be in vain.”
Words spoken by the amazing Michelle Ortiz, who opened a discussion today for International Women’s Day! Her story was definitely one that I loved to hear and it opened my eyes so some really amazing things.
Happy International Women’s Day! Inspire change.
do you thing has become your official thing. Next they are going to ask “do you know anyone else who does the thing?”
We have definitely coined “do the thing” mwahaha
Maybe you should just regulate them. If you don’t think the face fits the character then just say no :)
Do the thing!