Performative Activism is Everywhere

Is “awareness” really something we need more of?

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In the early to mid-2010s, women’s empowerment started trending in pop culture and slowly grew. We saw female artists and actresses considering feminism as a movement they might want to get behind and experienced new music and media that channeled feminist themes.

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Top Writer in Feminism. Blogger for Say It Loud Space (UK). Trauma, relationships, and analysis of media and culture. https://linktr.ee/alexandriaroswick

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Top Writer in Feminism. Blogger for Say It Loud Space (UK). Trauma, relationships, and analysis of media and culture. https://linktr.ee/alexandriaroswick

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