I don’t think ableist language is very feminist.
Yup, I’m not a very good feminist by Tumblr’s standards. I have no problem with that nor any interest in Tumblr’s party contest to see who can “outtolerate” others (illustration of this phenomenon: most Tumblr feminists you’ll encounter look for any occasion to critique others, while avoiding to encourage at the same time what may have been right. It’s not constructive criticism nor discussion as a mean to enrich others, it’s ego masturbation.) Therefore, discussions on Tumblr about what feminism means, what is the right kind of feminism, what is more important/valid to fight for etc etc will be avoided. As this was always something I meant to bring up, I took this perfect occasion to mention it.