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All my mother has ever taught me
involved keeping myself quiet
and hidden in a corner while
the boys run wild like they do
and she’d just say
‘Boys will be boys,’ and I’d
say ‘Well why can’t I play
with them too?’ and she
laughed while shoving three
Barbie dolls into my hands
as if to say my limbs could
not bend the way the boys’
did so I had to practice with
the doll instead.

All my mother has ever taught me
involved being cautious and
careful of the men on the streets
because they are not kind
or sensitive or gentle the way
women are and even I knew
how unfair that judgement was
but I still had to walk the streets
with keys within my clenched fist
and five friends by my side just
in case it gets too dark and
we were out too late.

All my mother has ever taught me
involved the assumption that
my future ‘man of the house’ will
take care of me as long as
I take care of the home and
the kids and that I don’t
do what he doesn’t want
me to do and so every time I
ask mom if I can go out with
my friends, she says
‘Ask your father.’

All my mother has ever taught me
from the very start was to
stay away from the boys when
they’re playing around but
love them when it’s time for
them to take charge as men
and I don’t need to be an adult
to know that there is something
wrong with those statements
because you can’t grow a flower
and tell her she belongs under
a tree— you might as well
sentence her to death and
from the very start, I thought
that was what boys were.

But it’s not boys or men to blame;
it’s the mindset that says I can’t
be a woman without a man and
I’m a woman, I must fear and
I am my mom’s daughter and I will
never be as good as her son.

All my mother has ever taught me
was that I was and forever will be
a victim of society and
all my father has ever taught me
was that my mother was right.

How terribly ironic.

Reasons why feminism is a foreign concept to my family (via ink-trails)
  • Track Name

    Carry On My Wayward Son (Split)

  • Artist

    Kansas/Panic! at the Disco

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wholetjackdrive:

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sassy-ass-castiel:

cupcakesforcastiel:

wholetjackdrive:

Carry On My Wayward Son - Kansas/Panic! at the Disco; The left ear is the official studio version by Kansas while the right ear is a live performance by Panic! at the Disco.

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