I've talked before about how white people love to steal shit from black people. Or if I haven't, I should have. We take words and dances and speech patterns and styles from them and wear them as fashion statements as we please, but when we actually see them on black people (where they belong) we call it "ghetto." Or worse, we use it as an excuse to commit violence upon them.
Feminism is not innocent of this. White feminists often use a symbol which appropriated a symbol of black power. It looks like this:
The raised fist is the black power symbol. It's a really powerful image that they came up with. Feminists didn't. We didn't even come up with the idea to put it in the female symbol. Black feminists did that.
I myself didn't realize this for a long time. Not until women of color pointed it out in their own writing. Which they have been doing for a long time, and yet the vast majority of white feminists I come across still have no idea that this symbol does not belong to us.
That's why I don't use it. If you're not black, you should also not use it. And for the love of god, don't get a tattoo of it.