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About E. Kitty Glendower

What’s here now, today, July 23, 2017:

Do you know what I think feminism is? I think feminism is empathy. Counted on empathy from other women. If I were to tell you that my daughter, my adult daughter died and you say nothing. NOTHING! Then you are not a god damn feminist. You are a fucking monster. My daughter died of a heart attack. No drugs. No suicide. No murder. No accident. She was sick with cold/flu, and she died unexpectedly. For you to read this, know this, and not even fucking say, “I’m sorry,” makes you an asshole monster.

I see you withholding your empathy while you go down your petty little SJW list and ask yourself, “does Kitty deserve a “I’m sorry for your loss” from me. Or “Has she ever said anything to me to cancel that empathy? Does she believe what I believe to the letter……etc. etc… Well, if not, I must with hold!”

It’s like the time I was talking to one of my old co-bloggers and when I asked her why didn’t she recycle she responded with, “I will worry about the earth when men stop raping women.” Really? REALLY, you fucking monster. You are going to destroy the fucking earth because men are raping women?

Who are you to fucking withhold empathy, but selfish monsters? Who are you? Empathy is free. Kindness is free. Thank you. Thank you so fucking much. Assholes.

What’s been here since forever:

Dyed-in-the-wool mocker with Nomadic roots. Terribly cynical and borderline indolent. I entertain myself by finding humor in everything, including parody-like criticism of myself.

I hate fake anti-racists and fake anti-sexists. If you don’t really-really care to get to the bottom of it all, then don’t bother pretending.

I am a Radical Feminist, meaning, no male is above suspicion.

I tell stories. I like to tell stories. I like it when people actually read my stories. I like it when people read my stories and think of things in their lives. I like it when my stories provoke thought. However, I don’t like it when people take my stories, put their own spin on it, and then bring it back to me and say it is my story. Your spin. Your story. Not that difficult.

I like to edit.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. jilla permalink
    March 17, 2011 2:46 am


  2. November 23, 2011 7:28 am

    Thank you for writing. Thank you for thinking. Thank you for teaching.

    Kitty Barber
    Radical Feminist/Lesbian

  3. Mary Sunshine permalink
    July 24, 2017 6:54 am

    😥 I knew your daughter died – I feared the worst, because of things I was aware of. I’m so very sorry, Kitty. 😥 This has presented huge challenges in your life. I admire you so much. ❤

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