Whenever an episode of Supernatural is aired without Misha Collins having starred in it:
It’s one of the most misogynist things out there.
dictating how a woman chooses to express herself sexually is misogynistic
it’s also misogynistic to assume that all women undertake a sub position
it’s also heterosexist to assume that all bdsm is heterosexual
Yes, BDSM has roots in misogyny and as we all grow up in a sexist society, it’s impossble for people who engage in BDSM to not be influenced by sexism in any way whatsoever, but that doesn’t mean that all individual practices of BDSM are misogynistic. There is sexism in BDSM settings, just like in vanilla (heterosexual) settings and in pretty much all sexual and nonsexual settings in the world ever. Attack that sexism, not BDSM itself and the people who participate in it.
Just like you should be against enforced gender roles, but not force women to give up the choice of staying home to do the house work.
Did you know that the demand for female Doms from male subs is quite high and that these “reversed” roles are frowned upon by vanilla people whom OP thinks are less sexist than people who practice BDSM?
The benefits of having a boyfriend who’s willing to go to the shop for me. #lml #boyf #bestintheworld