Captain Fallon

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    Feminism has taken its own form online, this is not to say that feminist protests are nonexistent today, or that either is more powerful than the other. But rather that there has been a change in the feminist community where it has been residing on online spaces, such as tumblr, or twitter. The option to organize and exist online hadn’t been available when the feminist movement started, but in ways can be better (or worse) than protests.


"Feminism online is entirely normalized. It’s pervasive. A generation of young women are growing up with feminism as the default in women’s online spaces, and explicitly feminist blogs and communities at their fingertips." (x)

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