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zerrie:

2013 vma will always be the best vma

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orangewave:

when you see a pretty anime boy from a show you don’t watch on your dash like
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midbloods:

does anyone else realize how gross that paint would look though? I mean that shit’s gonna blend together instantly unless you meticulously wash your brush after each stroke. And then you’ll end up being a sad artist with paint the color of leprechaun diarrhea.

midbloods:

does anyone else realize how gross that paint would look though? I mean that shit’s gonna blend together instantly unless you meticulously wash your brush after each stroke. And then you’ll end up being a sad artist with paint the color of leprechaun diarrhea.

tsookies:

flamingpancocks:

animepanda244:

shanetheproxy:

creepycatlikespasta:

the-caltronian:

sideburn-galaxy:

bowiekind:

gardeningguardian:

brosprite-strider:

ask-johnbarkbeast:

star struckk in my ass

necrofantasia in my ass

Secrets in my ass

primitivve painters in my ass

Light it Up in my ass

Breaking Down the Borders in my ass

Missing You in my ass

Blood Right in my ass

This Is Not A Song Its A Sandwich in my ass

Anaconda up my ass

if you wanna up my ass

All About That Bass In My Ass

tsookies:

flamingpancocks:

animepanda244:

shanetheproxy:

creepycatlikespasta:

the-caltronian:

sideburn-galaxy:

bowiekind:

gardeningguardian:

brosprite-strider:

ask-johnbarkbeast:

star struckk in my ass

necrofantasia in my ass

Secrets in my ass

primitivve painters in my ass

Light it Up in my ass

Breaking Down the Borders in my ass

Missing You in my ass

Blood Right in my ass

This Is Not A Song Its A Sandwich in my ass

Anaconda up my ass

if you wanna up my ass

All About That Bass In My Ass

thankyoucorndog:

yongguksanal:

why does no one talk about tall girls on this site it’s always tall boys tALL GIRLS ARE WONDERFUL TOO YOU KNOW

TALL GIRLS ARE BEAUTIFUL AND THEY DESTROY ME EVERY DAY

sproutingflower:

female actors getting pissed off at sexist interview questions is my new favourite thing

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tina and amy’s faces omg

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and cate blanchett calling out the cameraman on the full body pan 

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loveee

pyro-is-busy-raiding-tombs:

game-boy88:

Hyrule Warriors opening!

THIS GAME IS SO BEAUTIFUL

blondebarbells:

yasha9:

plantbaby420:

*mic drop*

Or you could, like, you know, just be happy that someone’s making an effort towards rape prevention. But yeah, let’s complain that it’s not perfect, that’s good.

This isn’t a complaint at all- it’s simply saying that instead of coming up with every “inventive anti rape” device under the sun, people need to start paying attention to the real problem- stopping rapists from raping.
I think it’s great that four college men came up work this product-it’s a great deal of chemistry and hard work that went into this project. I commend them. I really do think that it’s a step in the right direction.
But there are a few dangerous misconceptions that women face, when it comes to rape, that anti-rape products like these don’t help.
1. That women are most often raped by strangers.
This is simply not correct. It does happen, but not in the frequency that some people seem to think- a staggering. 66% of rapes and 75% of sexual assaults are committed by someone who the victim knows. 
No amount of color-changing nail polish, pepper spray, cat eyes key chains, rape whistles, etc will be effective if you’re not on the defensive. If you’re just hanging at a friends house. If you’re at work. If you’re with your partner. These products are all great, but only if you’re expecting to use them. If you’re at ease with people that you know around you, then what? 
2. That if a woman is raped, it’s her fault.
Was she dressed modestly? Had she had sex before? Was she drunk? Was she out at night? Was she carrying a rape whistle? Pepper spray? Anti rape nail polish?
After a woman is raped there are many questions, but the blame is often times put on the woman for not avoiding the rape. Nothing justifies raping another person. If a drunk woman walking naked alone at night in the street gets raped, it should be taken just as seriously as a woman “doing everything right” with her pepper spray in hand and keys between her fingers like little knives. Both were violated and both deserve to be treated with respect. But how would the media report these? Very, very differently. Because the responsibility of the rape is rarely put on the rapist- but rather what the woman was doing, or should have been doing, to protect herself.
Here’s the bottom line- these products are great for personal safety, for personal awareness. I carry every protection product you can think of. There are a lot of great products out there, and if it makes you feel more protected, and if it makes you feel like you could escape an attack- by all means, USE these products!
But this does not solve the problem. The problem is that so long as people are not taught what consent really means, and are taught NOT TO RAPE- all the anti-rape products in the world won’t stop rapists.
I’d encourage everyone to read this awesome article, which makes many points on why this is great, but there is so much more to be done. Also linked to some stats on rapists.
http://mic.com/articles/97362/11-ways-to-solve-rape-better-than-nail-polish
https://rainn.org/get-information/statistics/sexual-assault-offenders
From the article:
“Encouraging women to buy products to make themselves safer is sort of like cutting off the weed at its stem, instead of at its root: It might give you something to do, but you aren’t going to actually eradicate weeds from your garden. To stop rape, we need to teach men not to rape, not teach women that it’s their responsibility to prevent it.” (Elizabeth Plank)

blondebarbells:

yasha9:

plantbaby420:

*mic drop*

Or you could, like, you know, just be happy that someone’s making an effort towards rape prevention. But yeah, let’s complain that it’s not perfect, that’s good.

This isn’t a complaint at all- it’s simply saying that instead of coming up with every “inventive anti rape” device under the sun, people need to start paying attention to the real problem- stopping rapists from raping.

I think it’s great that four college men came up work this product-it’s a great deal of chemistry and hard work that went into this project. I commend them. I really do think that it’s a step in the right direction.

But there are a few dangerous misconceptions that women face, when it comes to rape, that anti-rape products like these don’t help.

1. That women are most often raped by strangers.

This is simply not correct. It does happen, but not in the frequency that some people seem to think- a staggering. 66% of rapes and 75% of sexual assaults are committed by someone who the victim knows. 

No amount of color-changing nail polish, pepper spray, cat eyes key chains, rape whistles, etc will be effective if you’re not on the defensive. If you’re just hanging at a friends house. If you’re at work. If you’re with your partner. These products are all great, but only if you’re expecting to use them. If you’re at ease with people that you know around you, then what? 

2. That if a woman is raped, it’s her fault.

Was she dressed modestly? Had she had sex before? Was she drunk? Was she out at night? Was she carrying a rape whistle? Pepper spray? Anti rape nail polish?

After a woman is raped there are many questions, but the blame is often times put on the woman for not avoiding the rape. Nothing justifies raping another person. If a drunk woman walking naked alone at night in the street gets raped, it should be taken just as seriously as a woman “doing everything right” with her pepper spray in hand and keys between her fingers like little knives. Both were violated and both deserve to be treated with respect. But how would the media report these? Very, very differently. Because the responsibility of the rape is rarely put on the rapist- but rather what the woman was doing, or should have been doing, to protect herself.

Here’s the bottom line- these products are great for personal safety, for personal awareness. I carry every protection product you can think of. There are a lot of great products out there, and if it makes you feel more protected, and if it makes you feel like you could escape an attack- by all means, USE these products!

But this does not solve the problem. The problem is that so long as people are not taught what consent really means, and are taught NOT TO RAPE- all the anti-rape products in the world won’t stop rapists.

I’d encourage everyone to read this awesome article, which makes many points on why this is great, but there is so much more to be done. Also linked to some stats on rapists.

http://mic.com/articles/97362/11-ways-to-solve-rape-better-than-nail-polish

https://rainn.org/get-information/statistics/sexual-assault-offenders

From the article:

Encouraging women to buy products to make themselves safer is sort of like cutting off the weed at its stem, instead of at its root: It might give you something to do, but you aren’t going to actually eradicate weeds from your garden. To stop rape, we need to teach men not to rape, not teach women that it’s their responsibility to prevent it.” (Elizabeth Plank)

frostmatey:

sizvideos:

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WHAT THE WHAT MAN

mrmeriwether:

Y O U   C A N   F E E L   N I N T E N D O ’ S   A N G E R

hammerlock:

martinfinnegan:

hi there everyone!!! my names sander and im in kind of a Situation here…. my [emotionally abusive and manipulative] mom and i’s already rocky relationship recently escalated to the point where she hit me, multiple times and encouraged me to commit suicide (while knowing i am suicidal), and while i have always felt unsafe in my home (she is very bigoted, and with me being nonbinary and queer, you can imagine how scary that is), she very rarely gets violent, and i can usually shrug it off, but after this, things havent been the same and i am unable to deny that i am in serious danger.

because of this, im trying desperately to make money to save up and move out of my house. i have a part time job at forever21 (im going to try and get more hours) but its not enough. she is refusing to pay for my psychologist (i am depressed, just diagnosed a few weeks ago) because she “doesnt believe in it”, and she refused to let me switch to a new school, despite me facing sexual assault twice at my current school, and victim-blamed me when i told her about it, saying it was my fault that those men did that to me. not cool lmao

so im not asking for donations since i cant ask ppl for money until i know for SURE what my plan is and can tell people where their money would be going, but for now, im going to just ask you guys to check out my storenvy, where im trying to sell new/very gently used clothes SUPER CHEAP (nothing is over $15)!! if you purchase something, make sure to send me a message so that i can promo you and follow you!! 

also, ill be doing commissions for custom chokers and bracelets!!!! chokers will be $4 and bracelets will be $2, and they can have text or not, and i can use whatever colors/beads you want!!! just tell me the number of the beads you want me to use, what colors, and what you want it to say (if anything), and ill make it for you!! if u dont feel like messaging me here on tumblr, then please email me at girlthuggery@gmail.com (if you do, include your tumblr url so that i can promo and follow you)!! shipping will be cheap since i can just send these in envelopes so please give this stuff a look for reblog this post ;; thank you!!!

aand lastly, im going to be selling nude photosets!! im not going to go into detail right here for obvious nsfw reasons, so please head over to my nsfw blog for more info! thank you!!

i have put up a donation button on my blog with a link to a page explaining why it’s there and explaining things in a bit more detail, but by no means feel like you have to donate or anything!!! thank you everyone!! <333333333 also feel free to ask me any questions if you have em!! thank u i luv u all!!!

HEY buy things from sander she needs your help!

thot-thoughts:

styleite:

Jada Pinkett Smith’s awesome defense of Willow’s shaved head:

This is a world where women, girls are constantly reminded that they don’t belong to themselves; that their bodies are not their own, nor their power or self determination. I made a promise to endow my little girl with the power to always know that her body, spirit and her mind are HER domain. Willow cut her hair because her beauty, her value, her worth is not measured by the length of her hair. It’s also a statement that claims that even little girls have the RIGHT to own themselves and should not be a slave to even their mother’s deepest insecurities, hopes and desires.

thot-thoughts:

styleite:

Jada Pinkett Smith’s awesome defense of Willow’s shaved head:

This is a world where women, girls are constantly reminded that they don’t belong to themselves; that their bodies are not their own, nor their power or self determination. I made a promise to endow my little girl with the power to always know that her body, spirit and her mind are HER domain. Willow cut her hair because her beauty, her value, her worth is not measured by the length of her hair. It’s also a statement that claims that even little girls have the RIGHT to own themselves and should not be a slave to even their mother’s deepest insecurities, hopes and desires.

dr-robuttdick:

I don’t remember where I got this fake yugioh card but it’s so fuckin funny?????

dr-robuttdick:

I don’t remember where I got this fake yugioh card but it’s so fuckin funny?????