MyTweets 08-04-12: My ‘ArousedWoman’ & Tweeting Philosophy

I started ArousedWoman in February-ish after the stupid crap that happened with Susan G. Komen/Planned Parenthood debacle, Rush Limbaugh’s attack on Sandra Fluke, and the all-male birth control panel in Washington, D.C.

I am an ActivistArtist(TM).  My original musicals all incorporate women’s rights into their songs and stories, with the hope that once a person hears my music or sees one of my shows, they will be moved to examine their own feelings  about women, equality, and tolerance.  However, this year, 2012, is not a year to write something that will hopefully see the light of stage in 5 or 10 years, if then.

2012 is a year of action.  “Arouse” means “to excite to action.”  I thought using “Aroused” was the perfect double entendre for my site and blog to inspire activism in all those armchairs activists who complain just to hear themselves talk but don’t actually do anything to create change.  Unfortunately, some of the people who follow me think I’m a porn chick and quickly unfollow.  My favorite followers are the conservative Christians.  I can only hope I can enlighten them on women bodies and our basic human rights to equality… before they unfollow me…

I do not consider myself a feminist, but rather a humanist.   Little did I know back in February that I would spend hours  each day on Twitter talking about female anatomy, female sexual response, how women’s sexuality as just being female affects women’s status in society, government, religion, culture, and the workplace… all the while trying to keep my Irish temper in check and stay level-headed when getting bombarded by some of the crazies who try to engage me in Twitter wars…

So I put up a disclaimer….


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