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rockxxoutxxright:

fayedaniels:

blackgirlsrpretty2:

it’s not your job to entertain him by sending him nudes

it’s not your job to satisfy him sexually because he’s horny

you are not required to do anything that makes you feel uncomfortable or that you don’t want to do

don’t be scared of “losing him”

he most likely wasn’t anything worth keeping

Girls need to be taught this from such an early age.

a boner is not a medical condition. you are under no obligation to do anything.


xotwjonasxo:

forever reblog


the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

I am a 16 year old girl who has been hungrily looked at by men since the age of 12. When I go out by myself or with my family, I constantly have a pit in my stomach because every single time I go into a public arena, a man much older than I will look me up and down and proceed to attempt to make…

Okay
Go sign up for the draft, go find work in construction and agriculture, heavy lifting, police force. But first, draft. Women’s modern idea of equality appears to be “all the benefits, none of the drawbacks”

Sorry I didn’t know getting fair treatment in the work place, not getting harassed on the street and anywhere you go, not having the fear of being raped when you’re going out at night, not having decisions made about our body, by men, and everything else that feminists stand for were considered “benefits” and not the basics of equality.

If you’re constantly suspicious and afraid of going out, that’s your own paranoia.
The BASICS of equality are the rights to vote, free speech, and life. At least in America. Part of life is learning to deal with your struggles. You have yours, we have ours. It is not our fault that feminism has made you believe there’s a rapist around every corner with lies like rape culture, or that you’re mistreated in the workplace with myths like the wage gap. Maybe you need to either get over this irrational fear and join the real world, or you can stay afraid of false rumors.

Yeah, I’m sure that because countless women and girls are afraid of going out, it’s not common or normal, and it’s simply my own paranoia. The *legal* basics of equality also include equal pay which no we do not get. You can choose to believe that or not. Keep in mind, the Equal Rights Amendment still has not been passed! I don’t know what myths you think I’ve been told about rape culture, except for that I personally see it everyday and you obviously cannot see it. Rape is disgusting and common, sadly. It’s not something to joke about or to use to ignite fear in women or men. It is an act of violence and lack of self control. It’s something that needs to be fixed. Sorry your views are so clouded.

http://www.usnews.com/opinion/blogs/economic-intelligence/2013/10/24/statistics-dont-back-up-claims-about-rape-culture
http://time.com/30545/its-time-to-end-rape-culture-hysteria/
http://m.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702303532704579483752909957472?mobile=y
http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/2073804
There are dozens more links exactly like these.
I am not a rapist and I will not stand for being accused as one before I say 10 words to a woman. I, and millions of others, are tired of your brainwashing, sexist lies about men, and your hypocrisy in the workplace. Seek help for your paranoia and stop blaming some big bad patriarchy for your shit.

I’m sure there are articles and statistics reflecting and supporting the opposing view:)! It all depends on who’s writing what. As for the rape statistics, let’s try to account for the number of women and men who do not report rape due to misplaced fear and embarrassment. You do not experience rape culture as the victim therefore I don’t expect you to see it in the eyes of someone who is affected by it. I did not accuse you of being a rapist. You keep referring to me as an individual who is far in viewpoints from anyone else. But that’s just not true. I encourage you to research experiences of women being scared for their lives walking down the street at night, anywhere in the world.

Your is a generalising term to represent feminism in general. If you are scared, that would be your own paranoia.
There are few actual statistics opposing it. It’s all emotional, irrational arguments and skewed surveys.

Regardless of if you think feminists are SOLELY paranoid and their fears hold no relevance, if you truly believe those statistics are skewed, there are still so many aspects of daily life that prove inequality. We could argue all night and all day about them. Like schools justifying their dress codes saying that girls wearing “revealing” things are distractions for boys. Is that not unequal and pushing girls self esteem to the ground? I could name so many others, but I doubt that would change your viewpoint in the slightest.

There’s a point to the dress code: you’re not gonna go to work one day wearing shorts with your ass out or a cut off top. Some schools mandate suit-like uniforms that allow zero individuality, so I’d say you’re lucky for capris. Also, personal experience, my schools haven’t cared about how we dress since I was a freshman.

Of course dress codes are in place for a multitude of reasons but at many schools the justification is recurrently how articles of clothing worn by girls are distracting towards boys. Even in elementary schools, dress codes gaged towards girls are in place. And even if your school didn’t/hasn’t, the fact that at many schools across the country and across the world (where in many places, women don’t even receive education actually) do use justification for their restriction on clothing such as those mentioned above, it shows that there is a lack of equality present in the school system. By saying girls clothing is distracting and that girls need to cover up, change, or be sent home for what they’re wearing, you (general) are essentially saying that boys education is more important than girls.

I’ve seen that picture too, and I’m going to reiterate, they’re in place to prepare you for work. If you don’t follow dress code at work, you’re gone. Whatever reasons teachers are trained to give you, that’s why they enforce it

I understand that completely. But what’s not okay is shaming girls as a way to make them follow that dress code.


killbenedictcumberbatch:

i asked this question in 2011 and after three years i was nowhere near prepared for this answer

killbenedictcumberbatch:

i asked this question in 2011 and after three years i was nowhere near prepared for this answer



bubixmargiela:

FINALLY SOMEONE GETS IT

bubixmargiela:

FINALLY SOMEONE GETS IT


the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

I am a 16 year old girl who has been hungrily looked at by men since the age of 12. When I go out by myself or with my family, I constantly have a pit in my stomach because every single time I go into a public arena, a man much older than I will look me up and down and proceed to attempt to make…

Okay
Go sign up for the draft, go find work in construction and agriculture, heavy lifting, police force. But first, draft. Women’s modern idea of equality appears to be “all the benefits, none of the drawbacks”

Sorry I didn’t know getting fair treatment in the work place, not getting harassed on the street and anywhere you go, not having the fear of being raped when you’re going out at night, not having decisions made about our body, by men, and everything else that feminists stand for were considered “benefits” and not the basics of equality.

If you’re constantly suspicious and afraid of going out, that’s your own paranoia.
The BASICS of equality are the rights to vote, free speech, and life. At least in America. Part of life is learning to deal with your struggles. You have yours, we have ours. It is not our fault that feminism has made you believe there’s a rapist around every corner with lies like rape culture, or that you’re mistreated in the workplace with myths like the wage gap. Maybe you need to either get over this irrational fear and join the real world, or you can stay afraid of false rumors.

Yeah, I’m sure that because countless women and girls are afraid of going out, it’s not common or normal, and it’s simply my own paranoia. The *legal* basics of equality also include equal pay which no we do not get. You can choose to believe that or not. Keep in mind, the Equal Rights Amendment still has not been passed! I don’t know what myths you think I’ve been told about rape culture, except for that I personally see it everyday and you obviously cannot see it. Rape is disgusting and common, sadly. It’s not something to joke about or to use to ignite fear in women or men. It is an act of violence and lack of self control. It’s something that needs to be fixed. Sorry your views are so clouded.

http://www.usnews.com/opinion/blogs/economic-intelligence/2013/10/24/statistics-dont-back-up-claims-about-rape-culture
http://time.com/30545/its-time-to-end-rape-culture-hysteria/
http://m.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702303532704579483752909957472?mobile=y
http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/2073804
There are dozens more links exactly like these.
I am not a rapist and I will not stand for being accused as one before I say 10 words to a woman. I, and millions of others, are tired of your brainwashing, sexist lies about men, and your hypocrisy in the workplace. Seek help for your paranoia and stop blaming some big bad patriarchy for your shit.

I’m sure there are articles and statistics reflecting and supporting the opposing view:)! It all depends on who’s writing what. As for the rape statistics, let’s try to account for the number of women and men who do not report rape due to misplaced fear and embarrassment. You do not experience rape culture as the victim therefore I don’t expect you to see it in the eyes of someone who is affected by it. I did not accuse you of being a rapist. You keep referring to me as an individual who is far in viewpoints from anyone else. But that’s just not true. I encourage you to research experiences of women being scared for their lives walking down the street at night, anywhere in the world.

Your is a generalising term to represent feminism in general. If you are scared, that would be your own paranoia.
There are few actual statistics opposing it. It’s all emotional, irrational arguments and skewed surveys.

Regardless of if you think feminists are SOLELY paranoid and their fears hold no relevance, if you truly believe those statistics are skewed, there are still so many aspects of daily life that prove inequality. We could argue all night and all day about them. Like schools justifying their dress codes saying that girls wearing “revealing” things are distractions for boys. Is that not unequal and pushing girls self esteem to the ground? I could name so many others, but I doubt that would change your viewpoint in the slightest.

There’s a point to the dress code: you’re not gonna go to work one day wearing shorts with your ass out or a cut off top. Some schools mandate suit-like uniforms that allow zero individuality, so I’d say you’re lucky for capris. Also, personal experience, my schools haven’t cared about how we dress since I was a freshman.

Of course dress codes are in place for a multitude of reasons but at many schools the justification is recurrently how articles of clothing worn by girls are distracting towards boys. Even in elementary schools, dress codes gaged towards girls are in place. And even if your school didn’t/hasn’t, the fact that at many schools across the country and across the world (where in many places, women don’t even receive education actually) do use justification for their restriction on clothing such as those mentioned above, it shows that there is a lack of equality present in the school system. By saying girls clothing is distracting and that girls need to cover up, change, or be sent home for what they’re wearing, you (general) are essentially saying that boys education is more important than girls.


the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

I am a 16 year old girl who has been hungrily looked at by men since the age of 12. When I go out by myself or with my family, I constantly have a pit in my stomach because every single time I go into a public arena, a man much older than I will look me up and down and proceed to attempt to make…

Okay
Go sign up for the draft, go find work in construction and agriculture, heavy lifting, police force. But first, draft. Women’s modern idea of equality appears to be “all the benefits, none of the drawbacks”

Sorry I didn’t know getting fair treatment in the work place, not getting harassed on the street and anywhere you go, not having the fear of being raped when you’re going out at night, not having decisions made about our body, by men, and everything else that feminists stand for were considered “benefits” and not the basics of equality.

If you’re constantly suspicious and afraid of going out, that’s your own paranoia.
The BASICS of equality are the rights to vote, free speech, and life. At least in America. Part of life is learning to deal with your struggles. You have yours, we have ours. It is not our fault that feminism has made you believe there’s a rapist around every corner with lies like rape culture, or that you’re mistreated in the workplace with myths like the wage gap. Maybe you need to either get over this irrational fear and join the real world, or you can stay afraid of false rumors.

Yeah, I’m sure that because countless women and girls are afraid of going out, it’s not common or normal, and it’s simply my own paranoia. The *legal* basics of equality also include equal pay which no we do not get. You can choose to believe that or not. Keep in mind, the Equal Rights Amendment still has not been passed! I don’t know what myths you think I’ve been told about rape culture, except for that I personally see it everyday and you obviously cannot see it. Rape is disgusting and common, sadly. It’s not something to joke about or to use to ignite fear in women or men. It is an act of violence and lack of self control. It’s something that needs to be fixed. Sorry your views are so clouded.

http://www.usnews.com/opinion/blogs/economic-intelligence/2013/10/24/statistics-dont-back-up-claims-about-rape-culture
http://time.com/30545/its-time-to-end-rape-culture-hysteria/
http://m.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702303532704579483752909957472?mobile=y
http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/2073804
There are dozens more links exactly like these.
I am not a rapist and I will not stand for being accused as one before I say 10 words to a woman. I, and millions of others, are tired of your brainwashing, sexist lies about men, and your hypocrisy in the workplace. Seek help for your paranoia and stop blaming some big bad patriarchy for your shit.

I’m sure there are articles and statistics reflecting and supporting the opposing view:)! It all depends on who’s writing what. As for the rape statistics, let’s try to account for the number of women and men who do not report rape due to misplaced fear and embarrassment. You do not experience rape culture as the victim therefore I don’t expect you to see it in the eyes of someone who is affected by it. I did not accuse you of being a rapist. You keep referring to me as an individual who is far in viewpoints from anyone else. But that’s just not true. I encourage you to research experiences of women being scared for their lives walking down the street at night, anywhere in the world.

Your is a generalising term to represent feminism in general. If you are scared, that would be your own paranoia.
There are few actual statistics opposing it. It’s all emotional, irrational arguments and skewed surveys.

Regardless of if you think feminists are SOLELY paranoid and their fears hold no relevance, if you truly believe those statistics are skewed, there are still so many aspects of daily life that prove inequality. We could argue all night and all day about them. Like schools justifying their dress codes saying that girls wearing “revealing” things are distractions for boys. Is that not unequal and pushing girls self esteem to the ground? I could name so many others, but I doubt that would change your viewpoint in the slightest.


the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

I am a 16 year old girl who has been hungrily looked at by men since the age of 12. When I go out by myself or with my family, I constantly have a pit in my stomach because every single time I go into a public arena, a man much older than I will look me up and down and proceed to attempt to make…

Okay
Go sign up for the draft, go find work in construction and agriculture, heavy lifting, police force. But first, draft. Women’s modern idea of equality appears to be “all the benefits, none of the drawbacks”

Sorry I didn’t know getting fair treatment in the work place, not getting harassed on the street and anywhere you go, not having the fear of being raped when you’re going out at night, not having decisions made about our body, by men, and everything else that feminists stand for were considered “benefits” and not the basics of equality.

If you’re constantly suspicious and afraid of going out, that’s your own paranoia.
The BASICS of equality are the rights to vote, free speech, and life. At least in America. Part of life is learning to deal with your struggles. You have yours, we have ours. It is not our fault that feminism has made you believe there’s a rapist around every corner with lies like rape culture, or that you’re mistreated in the workplace with myths like the wage gap. Maybe you need to either get over this irrational fear and join the real world, or you can stay afraid of false rumors.

Yeah, I’m sure that because countless women and girls are afraid of going out, it’s not common or normal, and it’s simply my own paranoia. The *legal* basics of equality also include equal pay which no we do not get. You can choose to believe that or not. Keep in mind, the Equal Rights Amendment still has not been passed! I don’t know what myths you think I’ve been told about rape culture, except for that I personally see it everyday and you obviously cannot see it. Rape is disgusting and common, sadly. It’s not something to joke about or to use to ignite fear in women or men. It is an act of violence and lack of self control. It’s something that needs to be fixed. Sorry your views are so clouded.

http://www.usnews.com/opinion/blogs/economic-intelligence/2013/10/24/statistics-dont-back-up-claims-about-rape-culture
http://time.com/30545/its-time-to-end-rape-culture-hysteria/
http://m.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702303532704579483752909957472?mobile=y
http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/2073804
There are dozens more links exactly like these.
I am not a rapist and I will not stand for being accused as one before I say 10 words to a woman. I, and millions of others, are tired of your brainwashing, sexist lies about men, and your hypocrisy in the workplace. Seek help for your paranoia and stop blaming some big bad patriarchy for your shit.

I’m sure there are articles and statistics reflecting and supporting the opposing view:)! It all depends on who’s writing what. As for the rape statistics, let’s try to account for the number of women and men who do not report rape due to misplaced fear and embarrassment. You do not experience rape culture as the victim therefore I don’t expect you to see it in the eyes of someone who is affected by it. I did not accuse you of being a rapist. You keep referring to me as an individual who is far in viewpoints from anyone else. But that’s just not true. I encourage you to research experiences of women being scared for their lives walking down the street at night, anywhere in the world.


the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

I am a 16 year old girl who has been hungrily looked at by men since the age of 12. When I go out by myself or with my family, I constantly have a pit in my stomach because every single time I go into a public arena, a man much older than I will look me up and down and proceed to attempt to make…

Okay
Go sign up for the draft, go find work in construction and agriculture, heavy lifting, police force. But first, draft. Women’s modern idea of equality appears to be “all the benefits, none of the drawbacks”

Sorry I didn’t know getting fair treatment in the work place, not getting harassed on the street and anywhere you go, not having the fear of being raped when you’re going out at night, not having decisions made about our body, by men, and everything else that feminists stand for were considered “benefits” and not the basics of equality.

If you’re constantly suspicious and afraid of going out, that’s your own paranoia.
The BASICS of equality are the rights to vote, free speech, and life. At least in America. Part of life is learning to deal with your struggles. You have yours, we have ours. It is not our fault that feminism has made you believe there’s a rapist around every corner with lies like rape culture, or that you’re mistreated in the workplace with myths like the wage gap. Maybe you need to either get over this irrational fear and join the real world, or you can stay afraid of false rumors.

Yeah, I’m sure that because countless women and girls are afraid of going out, it’s not common or normal, and it’s simply my own paranoia. The *legal* basics of equality also include equal pay which no we do not get. You can choose to believe that or not. Keep in mind, the Equal Rights Amendment still has not been passed! I don’t know what myths you think I’ve been told about rape culture, except for that I personally see it everyday and you obviously cannot see it. Rape is disgusting and common, sadly. It’s not something to joke about or to use to ignite fear in women or men. It is an act of violence and lack of self control. It’s something that needs to be fixed. Sorry your views are so clouded.


the-anti-fandom:

bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

I am a 16 year old girl who has been hungrily looked at by men since the age of 12. When I go out by myself or with my family, I constantly have a pit in my stomach because every single time I go into a public arena, a man much older than I will look me up and down and proceed to attempt to make…

Okay
Go sign up for the draft, go find work in construction and agriculture, heavy lifting, police force. But first, draft. Women’s modern idea of equality appears to be “all the benefits, none of the drawbacks”

Sorry I didn’t know getting fair treatment in the work place, not getting harassed on the street and anywhere you go, not having the fear of being raped when you’re going out at night, not having decisions made about our body, by men, and everything else that feminists stand for were considered “benefits” and not the basics of equality.


bloodjunkie-angelgroupie:

I am a 16 year old girl who has been hungrily looked at by men since the age of 12. When I go out by myself or with my family, I constantly have a pit in my stomach because every single time I go into a public arena, a man much older than I will look me up and down and proceed to attempt to make…


wetheurban:

ART: Surreal Mixed Media Collages by Eugenia Loli

Collage artist Eugenia Loli originated in the technology sector, but she decided to leave that rather impersonal world behind in order to build new, exciting worlds via her art. 

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qoax:

communismkills:

As a woman, I can attest to this: women only consider it “creepy” or “sexual harassment” if they don’t find you attractive.

lmao your head is so fucking far up ur ass u can probably chew ur food twice