'Feminist Taylor Swift' Is Actually Worth Listening To (Unlike the Real Taylor Swift)

Feminist Taylor SwiftI'm inclined to cut Taylor Swift some slack for her probably-undeserved reputation as a desperate girlfriend, and for saying there's a "special place in hell for women who don’t help other women" in response to Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's Golden Globes jokes, because I'm sure it sucks to be publicly mocked for her high-profile love life. I can even sort of forgive her for that face she's always making at awards shows. Hell, maybe she really IS surprised each and every time she wins Best Song About, Like, a Guy.

However, I can only go so far with my Taylor Swift Acceptance, and here's where I draw the line: her lyrics. Because I am never, ever, ever going to be impressed with her songwriting skills. Like, ever.

But a feminist Taylor Swift whose songs contain both fluff and head-nodding magnitude? Oh yeah. Twitter's 'Feminist Taylor Swift' account is the best Internet creation since "Hey Girl" Ryan Gosling.

Check out these hilarious tweets!

Images via feministtswift/Twitter

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nonmember avatar megan

ok everyone is entitled to their opinions but seriously whats with all the hate on gentlemen and girls who want gentlemen ? pulling out a chair enforces no idea but respect and politeness. should i not give up the last chair for someone older than me because i must assume the elderly are weak. and as far of the "best thing thats ever been mine " she spends the rest of the song singing it from the girls point of view. should guys be offended that theyre property ? sheesh

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