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  • adj. Of or relating to feminism.


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  • I don't mind the occassional boob grab (i know, i'm supposed to be all "feministic" (hey! good use of the word i made up the other day, yeah?) and slap any guy that abuses my body, but secretly I don't mind a random grab here and there.

    withkerth Diary Entry

  • When Simon Nishikanta, huge and gross as in the flesh he was and for ever painting delicate, insipid, feministic water - colours, when he threw his deck-chair at Scraps for clumsily knocking over his easel, he found the ham-like hand of Grimshaw so instant and heavy on his shoulder as to whirl him half about, almost fling him to the deck, and leave him lame-muscled and black-and-blued for days.


  • But no one should be able to take a woman's freedom away from her, which is what Sarah Palin and her feministic followers want to do.

    Taylor Marsh: Sarah Palin Is Not a Feminist

  • This feministic facade that actually takes aim at women's rights should be seen for what it is.

    Taylor Marsh: Sarah Palin Is Not a Feminist

  • This campaign needs to end and end soon, because she has incited those feministic women and they will get to the convention and act like they don't have the sense their momma gave them.

    Obama searching for cash in Florida

  • And that was the first time that I really, really felt agreement with feministic attitudes.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Religion, the State, the Family, are to be reorganized according to a strictly feministic plan.

    Elections Past

  • I grew up in a very feministic household and so I'm learning from the wise ladies on the Internet!

    Welcome to the World

  • Problem is this type of thinking goes against two major principles in the feministic dogma: 1.

    Taylor’s a Feminist – But So Is James

  • Occasionally I get emails from young feministic girls who think that women at home do not "do" anything.

    Accomplishing Something


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