"That’s the problem with putting others first; you’ve taught them you come second."
"It’s like if, instead of bursting into a maelstrom of fire, the Hindenburg had just sprung a leak and sunk slowly to the ground in New Jersey over a period of seven hours, emitting a thunderous “fweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee-” the whole time."
What if Severus Snape were a woman?
What would the reader’s response be towards Severus if the story were exactly the same, but he was a woman?
Her abuse as a child would be more recognised and sympathised about, rather than brushed under the carpet.
She would not be compared casually to rapists and…
But if you have half a brain and listen to what feminists are saying.. Then this actually agrees with feminism.
Since feminism holds that sexism hurts men too. Because sexism holds up the gender binary that makes us read Snape as different. So to challenge the gender binary and gender discrimination as feminism aims to does address these things.