When a feminist takes on the #MeToo movement

Politics is about power.

Feminists have been doing that, and they’ve been doing it well.

But that doesn’t mean we should accept the legitimacy of it.

It’s a dangerous trend. 

As an outsider, I think it’s important to be critical of people who are trying to do good work, especially when they don’t look like us.

I’m sure I’m not alone.

It is difficult for me to feel comfortable with someone who is not white and male. 

But the best way to fight misogyny is to speak up, especially if you are a white woman who is part of a marginalized group. 

When I first heard the #metoo movement, I was terrified, as I was afraid of what would happen to my career and my life.

I was worried that I would lose my job, or worse.

I had no idea what would befall me.

I thought of my friends who have experienced sexual harassment, of my colleagues who have had their careers destroyed because they were perceived as women, of people whose livelihoods were threatened because of their gender. 

This is not a new phenomenon, and I think that many women who are fighting back against it are going to continue to be harassed, attacked, and discriminated against, especially because they’re women. 

There is a lot of work to be done, especially as women of color, queer people of color and other marginalized groups have been subject to this sort of abuse for far too long. 

I also don’t think it will be easy for people who do not see themselves as feminists to get into the fight.

And I’m afraid it will not be easy to do that. 

In the end, it’s about the people. 

The best way for a woman to be a feminist is to stand up and fight for herself.

That’s what I’m going to do. 

Follow her on Twitter: @kimmygabriellas

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