The fuck is a Patriarchy?

The fuck is a Patriarchy?

This is just my blog to blow of steam from the stupidity I encounter on this site on my main blog, I am not conservative I'm not liberal, I am not vegan, I am not a social justice warrior, not a racist, not a national socialist, not a fascist and last but not least I am not a feminist. If you wanna see my own post click one of the multicolored icon's below.

It is painfully annoying when feminist get offended by your own culture and then try to tell you about your own culture and then try to tell you what you should be offended by in your culture when the majority of them don’t know anything about your culture except from what they either read or seen primarily in the media. Credits to the original creator of the meme.

It is painfully annoying when feminist get offended by your own culture and then try to tell you about your own culture and then try to tell you what you should be offended by in your culture when the majority of them don’t know anything about your culture except from what they either read or seen primarily in the media. Credits to the original creator of the meme.

quads-for-the-gods:

bottlesofnerdfightingelephants:

damnoosa:

nessthebeautifulmess:

Powerful & creative imagery

the food and education made me sad.

I have always been fascinated by these ‘world of 100 people’ things, I remember spending hours thinking through the ones on a poster at church when I was 9 or so. It really, really makes some really important stuff so blindingly clear, in numbers we can understand. And it should, I hope it does, inspire us to act. 

Amazing post.

(Source: iraffiruse, via anti-feminism-pro-equality)

foodnun:

namelessshameless:

swimminindaprivilege:

Among the stupider things I found while hunting for gifs.
Obviously when you’re not a Vanderbiltian silver fox, the sun just shifts it’s lighting all the time to make you look the exact same in all situations. It’s cosmic affirmative action!
This is a good post by one of the creators of Avatar: The Last Airbender on color theory, and how color can look completely different depending on surrounding colors and context. 

Uhh…that last image isn’t from the Aladdin film…It’s from a porn comic. It’s been cropped, in the full image he’s being blown by Hercules. 

tumblr loses again

foodnun:

namelessshameless:

swimminindaprivilege:

Among the stupider things I found while hunting for gifs.

Obviously when you’re not a Vanderbiltian silver fox, the sun just shifts it’s lighting all the time to make you look the exact same in all situations. It’s cosmic affirmative action!

This is a good post by one of the creators of Avatar: The Last Airbender on color theory, and how color can look completely different depending on surrounding colors and context. 

Uhh…that last image isn’t from the Aladdin film…It’s from a porn comic. It’s been cropped, in the full image he’s being blown by Hercules. 

tumblr loses again

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danguy96:

thespectacularspider-girl:

mister-smalls:

imminentdeathsyndrome:

mister-smalls:

imminentdeathsyndrome:

The German term Fremdscham describes a type of proxy-embarrassment; it’s the feeling of shame you have on behalf of others, often those who don’t realize they should be embarrassed for themselves. I can’t think of a term that better applies to the scene that unfolded at the University of Ottawa two weeks ago.
Professor Janice Fiamengo had planned to speak on men’s issues and rape culture as part of a talk organized by the Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE). The lecture, called “What’s Equality Got To Do With It? Men’s Issues and Feminism’s Double Standards,” was intended to dispel the notion of rape culture, according to Fiamengo, as well as discuss issues such as suicide by young men and custody rights after divorce. But some student activists decided Fiamengo’s lecture was not appropriate, so they took it upon themselves to shut it down.
The entire display is chronicled in a 50-minute YouTube video that shows protesters booing, yelling and blowing a vuvuzela throughout Fiamengo’s attempted address. The lecture organizer tried to reason with protesters, but it didn’t work. Campus security tried to intervene, with little success. Finally, the event moved to another room, but shortly after, the fire alarm went off.
According to the student newspaper the Fulcrum, a group that calls itself the Revolutionary Student Movement (RSM) was behind the protest.

“We feel that these ideas have no place on our campus and refuse to legitimize them by allowing them space to organize,” a representative for the RSM wrote in an email to the paper. “As was demonstrated, campus security will not protect our community from events that are harmful to men, women, and trans people in the community, so we decided to stand up for what we feel is right.”

Hold on — ideas have no place on campus? Surely, they can’t be serious.
Alas, the irony of unilaterally deciding “what is right” is apparently lost on this vocal group of freedom fighters. Indeed, they haul out the notion of “safe space,” which is commonly used as a defence for quieting speakers that the loudest few on campus don’t want to hear. And they take it upon themselves to “protect” the apparently feeble campus community from the perils of intellectually challenging ideas.
The same shoddy rationale was employed by protesters at Massachusetts’ Brandeis University, which was recently pressured into forgoing plans to award an honourary degree to women’s rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Ali’s personal history is a remarkable testament to resilience — she was genitally mutilated at age five and became a refugee to flee an arranged marriage, yet still rose to become a distinguished member of Parliament, public speaker and author. But her ongoing criticism of Islam, which she has called “imbued with violence,” was deemed “hateful” by a self-appointed group of safe-space-keepers at Brandeis University, and the administration shamefully caved to their demands and revoked their invitation. Rex Murphy summed up the miserable picture in his weekend column, asking, “Is this what Western thought and philosophy at the university has come to — setting up intellectual quarantines lest the immature and frightened be made uncomfortable or to feel unwelcome? Is this university or daycare?”
At the University of Ottawa, where protesters resorted to clapping, yelling and blowing a horn to drown out professor Fiamengo’s speech on rape culture and men’s issues, the answer is self-evident. The case could be made that Fiamengo’s rejection of rape culture, for example, is unhelpful to efforts to help victims of campus violence come forward, but just because protesters attempt to drown out her ideas doesn’t mean they’re not still there. They are — and they have been left unchallenged — because the Revolutionary Student Movement would rather bang on their desks in a futile, overgrown temper tantrum than actually refute her argument with contrary views.
Much ink has been spilled on the notion that contemporary young girls are reluctant to call themselves feminists, a term that they associate with angry, bra-less man-haters of their mother’s or grandmother’s generation. The foolish antics by protesters at the University of Ottawa don’t help to dispel that characterization. If the new women’s movement is about shutting down critical discussion about both men and women, it can count out a whole slew of supporters right now. The protesters at the University of Ottawa buried their message in their behaviour, which was juvenile, counterproductive and thoroughly embarrassing. And if they’re not embarrassed, I am on their behalf.
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Shut the fuck up, oh my fucking god
If I wasn’t in the middle of essay writing I would explain all the dumb bullshit things about this but I don’t have the fucking time to make like a 24-point bulleted list right now

In other words, "I’m a stupid asshole that can’t come up with anything good to say so I’ll act like I’m busy writing an essay."
Y’know, intelligent people would just bookmark this and come back to it later prepared with an educated argument, but not you. I wonder, are you doing an essay for your women’s studies course? Lol

So Janice Fiamengo intends to “dispel the notion of rape culture”, something that has essentially been repeatedly proven to exist by multiple sociologists and researchers and has withstood numerous other attempts at being dispelled?  I wish her the best of luck on her wild goose chase.
Suicide by young men and custody rights after divorce are real issues that affect men today, and are things that feminism is working to correct, as anybody with an actual passing familiarity with feminism knows.
I agree with the statements made by the revolutionary students movement 100 percent - implying that rape culture is some sort of nonexistent fantasy is an actively harmful idea that shouldn’t be given equal time on university campuses.
I’m just going to paraphrase an earlier post of mine: Universities should be a place of open discussion, but only for things that are actually open to discussion.  Universities are not the place for the entertaining of fantasies like this one.  We don’t need to give equal time to non-debate topics.
Are you seriously calling a feminist student organization “the loudest few”?  Here’s a hint: They only seem loud because they sound different from the endless deafening dull roar of male bullshit everywhere else in the world.
I had never heard of Ayaan Hirsi Ali before this post, but everything written up there checks out.  Obviously the things she’s gone through in her own life (which I will not argue as to them being awful) have contributed to the formation of her opinion on the subject of Islam, but I don’t think that calling an entire religion “imbued with violence” because of the acts of a few of its members is constructive to debate, and it can easily be interpreted as hate speech against the actual Muslim students who I’m sure attend Brandeis University.
Fiamengo’s ideas haven’t been left unchallenged.  As I already said, they’ve been refuted multiple times in the past.  The speech was protested because it’s a reiteration of the same old patriarchal bullshit that’s already been disproved and not something we need to be spending more goddamn time on.
"A futile, overgrown temper tantrum".  Because that’s not in any way a diversionary tactic or an attempt to demean these women’s opinion by comparing them to children or anything.  Classy.
And why is “angry bra-less man-haters” such a bad thing to be?  Every woman should have the right to be whatever she wants.  That’s the main tenet of feminism.
tl;dr: You claim that “the new women’s movement is about shutting down critical discussion”, and that’s not true.  It’s about shutting down obvious attempts at oppression or ideas that benefit oppression.  Sometimes supporters of “the new women’s movement” (I’ll keep using that term, I guess) take it too far, but that’s just what humans do sometimes, and it doesn’t mean that the entire movement is somehow negative or irredeemable.
So yeah, hopefully that gives you something to think about.  I would have posted this originally, but I was proofreading a friend’s senior English thesis.  (I don’t start my women’s studies classes until the semester after next, but thanks for asking.)

1.  RAINN, the national experts on this subject, who advocate for rape abuse victims, who do statistics and studies on this, who are literally the best people to comment on this, recently said that Rape Culture in the west does not exist.
2.  Provide proof please, because we have never seen a rally for male victims of suicide and custody.    Because I was a feminist and I know of many feminist lobbying groups have pushed to keep the “tender years doctrine” as the core of custody cases.  In fact, we’ve seen feminists silence men’s rights discussions on that very issue, via pulling fire alarms to disrupt lectures.
3.  Actually, RAINN said flat out that the feminist viewpoints on rape actually HURT rape victims more.  Rape culture doesn’t exist and feminist mentalities like rape culture and “don’t be that guy” campaigns actually do more damage.
4.  Fuck you and fuck your mentality here.  If you actually looked at statistics, if you actually looked at real data, you’d realize that men are the ones who lack civil rights, liberties and equal treatment compared to women.  Do you still believe in the wage gap?  Then that proves you don’t actually do research because it was proven false on an individual basis.
5.  No, what happened was she had an opinion and people went to silence it.  You try and write it off as ‘patriarchal’, which is the biggest fucking load of bullshit that’s been shoved down our throats since Third Wave began.  Here you are, spewing buzzwords like Patriarchy and Rape Culture, just like every other femininst, without even doing the research that shows that in this modern era, women are the advantaged ones, the protected ones, and the ones who get special treatment in their favor.
6.  It was a temper tantrum.  They fucking acted like idiots, they acted like spoiled brats instead of engaging somebody in debate.  They pulled a fire alarm, which by the way, is a fucking crime and you advocate for that.  You advocate for childish mob mentality.  It was a tantrum.
7.  a.  No, being man hating is wrong.  Just like woman hating is wrong.  You can’t be this fucking dense.  Bigotry, hatred, in any form is WRONG, and to hate men based purely on their sex is sexism.
7.  b.  And here I thought people were saying feminism was about equality.  But hey, neither is right.  Feminism is about power, in particular amassing power for itself by taking a metaphorical bat to women’s knees, condescending to them, instilling fear and a victim complex in them, and then drawing them in like a cult.
8.  No, it is shutting down the exchange of ideas.  You call it oppression because you want to justify shutting it down.  It is breaking the law to do so.  So that is a third buzzword you’ve thrown out there, the holy trinity of third wave feminism:  Patriarchy, Oppression and Rape Culture.
Pointing out hipocricy and demanding that men be given rights that women have isn’t fucking oppression.  It is asking for equality and you’ve been so brainwashed that you see it as evil.  Nevermind that you’re pretty much just condescending to women, portraying them as weak and oppressed, when in reality, they have more rights than men.  Actual, legal rights, like reproductive rights and preferencial treatments in custody, alimony and legal courts.
And before you even goddamn start, I’m a woman, I’m an ex-feminist, I’m a rape survivor and I’m a lesbian.  I have literally everything to gain from supporting Third Wave feminism and I don’t.  You want to know why?  Because I saw how fucking demeaning, condescending, how goddamn awful feminism was for women.  How it told me I’m a victim, how I’m weak without it, how men are evil and men are oppressors, and how everything is the patriarchy’s fault and NOT my own choices, despite my own belief that I have my own autonomy as a woman.

I think the above comment deserves a mic drop.

danguy96:

thespectacularspider-girl:

mister-smalls:

imminentdeathsyndrome:

mister-smalls:

imminentdeathsyndrome:

The German term Fremdscham describes a type of proxy-embarrassment; it’s the feeling of shame you have on behalf of others, often those who don’t realize they should be embarrassed for themselves. I can’t think of a term that better applies to the scene that unfolded at the University of Ottawa two weeks ago.

Professor Janice Fiamengo had planned to speak on men’s issues and rape culture as part of a talk organized by the Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE). The lecture, called “What’s Equality Got To Do With It? Men’s Issues and Feminism’s Double Standards,” was intended to dispel the notion of rape culture, according to Fiamengo, as well as discuss issues such as suicide by young men and custody rights after divorce. But some student activists decided Fiamengo’s lecture was not appropriate, so they took it upon themselves to shut it down.

The entire display is chronicled in a 50-minute YouTube video that shows protesters booing, yelling and blowing a vuvuzela throughout Fiamengo’s attempted address. The lecture organizer tried to reason with protesters, but it didn’t work. Campus security tried to intervene, with little success. Finally, the event moved to another room, but shortly after, the fire alarm went off.

According to the student newspaper the Fulcrum, a group that calls itself the Revolutionary Student Movement (RSM) was behind the protest.

We feel that these ideas have no place on our campus and refuse to legitimize them by allowing them space to organize,” a representative for the RSM wrote in an email to the paper. “As was demonstrated, campus security will not protect our community from events that are harmful to men, women, and trans people in the community, so we decided to stand up for what we feel is right.”

Hold on — ideas have no place on campus? Surely, they can’t be serious.

Alas, the irony of unilaterally deciding “what is right” is apparently lost on this vocal group of freedom fighters. Indeed, they haul out the notion of “safe space,” which is commonly used as a defence for quieting speakers that the loudest few on campus don’t want to hear. And they take it upon themselves to “protect” the apparently feeble campus community from the perils of intellectually challenging ideas.

The same shoddy rationale was employed by protesters at Massachusetts’ Brandeis University, which was recently pressured into forgoing plans to award an honourary degree to women’s rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Ali’s personal history is a remarkable testament to resilience — she was genitally mutilated at age five and became a refugee to flee an arranged marriage, yet still rose to become a distinguished member of Parliament, public speaker and author. But her ongoing criticism of Islam, which she has called “imbued with violence,” was deemed “hateful” by a self-appointed group of safe-space-keepers at Brandeis University, and the administration shamefully caved to their demands and revoked their invitation. Rex Murphy summed up the miserable picture in his weekend column, asking, “Is this what Western thought and philosophy at the university has come to — setting up intellectual quarantines lest the immature and frightened be made uncomfortable or to feel unwelcome? Is this university or daycare?”

At the University of Ottawa, where protesters resorted to clapping, yelling and blowing a horn to drown out professor Fiamengo’s speech on rape culture and men’s issues, the answer is self-evident. The case could be made that Fiamengo’s rejection of rape culture, for example, is unhelpful to efforts to help victims of campus violence come forward, but just because protesters attempt to drown out her ideas doesn’t mean they’re not still there. They are — and they have been left unchallenged — because the Revolutionary Student Movement would rather bang on their desks in a futile, overgrown temper tantrum than actually refute her argument with contrary views.

Much ink has been spilled on the notion that contemporary young girls are reluctant to call themselves feminists, a term that they associate with angry, bra-less man-haters of their mother’s or grandmother’s generation. The foolish antics by protesters at the University of Ottawa don’t help to dispel that characterization. If the new women’s movement is about shutting down critical discussion about both men and women, it can count out a whole slew of supporters right now. The protesters at the University of Ottawa buried their message in their behaviour, which was juvenile, counterproductive and thoroughly embarrassing. And if they’re not embarrassed, I am on their behalf.

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Shut the fuck up, oh my fucking god

If I wasn’t in the middle of essay writing I would explain all the dumb bullshit things about this but I don’t have the fucking time to make like a 24-point bulleted list right now

In other words, "I’m a stupid asshole that can’t come up with anything good to say so I’ll act like I’m busy writing an essay."

Y’know, intelligent people would just bookmark this and come back to it later prepared with an educated argument, but not you. I wonder, are you doing an essay for your women’s studies course? Lol

  • So Janice Fiamengo intends to “dispel the notion of rape culture”, something that has essentially been repeatedly proven to exist by multiple sociologists and researchers and has withstood numerous other attempts at being dispelled?  I wish her the best of luck on her wild goose chase.
  • Suicide by young men and custody rights after divorce are real issues that affect men today, and are things that feminism is working to correct, as anybody with an actual passing familiarity with feminism knows.
  • I agree with the statements made by the revolutionary students movement 100 percent - implying that rape culture is some sort of nonexistent fantasy is an actively harmful idea that shouldn’t be given equal time on university campuses.
  • I’m just going to paraphrase an earlier post of mine: Universities should be a place of open discussion, but only for things that are actually open to discussion.  Universities are not the place for the entertaining of fantasies like this one.  We don’t need to give equal time to non-debate topics.
  • Are you seriously calling a feminist student organization “the loudest few”?  Here’s a hint: They only seem loud because they sound different from the endless deafening dull roar of male bullshit everywhere else in the world.
  • I had never heard of Ayaan Hirsi Ali before this post, but everything written up there checks out.  Obviously the things she’s gone through in her own life (which I will not argue as to them being awful) have contributed to the formation of her opinion on the subject of Islam, but I don’t think that calling an entire religion “imbued with violence” because of the acts of a few of its members is constructive to debate, and it can easily be interpreted as hate speech against the actual Muslim students who I’m sure attend Brandeis University.
  • Fiamengo’s ideas haven’t been left unchallenged.  As I already said, they’ve been refuted multiple times in the past.  The speech was protested because it’s a reiteration of the same old patriarchal bullshit that’s already been disproved and not something we need to be spending more goddamn time on.
  • "A futile, overgrown temper tantrum".  Because that’s not in any way a diversionary tactic or an attempt to demean these women’s opinion by comparing them to children or anything.  Classy.
  • And why is “angry bra-less man-haters” such a bad thing to be?  Every woman should have the right to be whatever she wants.  That’s the main tenet of feminism.
  • tl;dr: You claim that “the new women’s movement is about shutting down critical discussion”, and that’s not true.  It’s about shutting down obvious attempts at oppression or ideas that benefit oppression.  Sometimes supporters of “the new women’s movement” (I’ll keep using that term, I guess) take it too far, but that’s just what humans do sometimes, and it doesn’t mean that the entire movement is somehow negative or irredeemable.

So yeah, hopefully that gives you something to think about.  I would have posted this originally, but I was proofreading a friend’s senior English thesis.  (I don’t start my women’s studies classes until the semester after next, but thanks for asking.)

1.  RAINN, the national experts on this subject, who advocate for rape abuse victims, who do statistics and studies on this, who are literally the best people to comment on this, recently said that Rape Culture in the west does not exist.

2.  Provide proof please, because we have never seen a rally for male victims of suicide and custody.    Because I was a feminist and I know of many feminist lobbying groups have pushed to keep the “tender years doctrine” as the core of custody cases.  In fact, we’ve seen feminists silence men’s rights discussions on that very issue, via pulling fire alarms to disrupt lectures.

3.  Actually, RAINN said flat out that the feminist viewpoints on rape actually HURT rape victims more.  Rape culture doesn’t exist and feminist mentalities like rape culture and “don’t be that guy” campaigns actually do more damage.

4.  Fuck you and fuck your mentality here.  If you actually looked at statistics, if you actually looked at real data, you’d realize that men are the ones who lack civil rights, liberties and equal treatment compared to women.  Do you still believe in the wage gap?  Then that proves you don’t actually do research because it was proven false on an individual basis.

5.  No, what happened was she had an opinion and people went to silence it.  You try and write it off as ‘patriarchal’, which is the biggest fucking load of bullshit that’s been shoved down our throats since Third Wave began.  Here you are, spewing buzzwords like Patriarchy and Rape Culture, just like every other femininst, without even doing the research that shows that in this modern era, women are the advantaged ones, the protected ones, and the ones who get special treatment in their favor.

6.  It was a temper tantrum.  They fucking acted like idiots, they acted like spoiled brats instead of engaging somebody in debate.  They pulled a fire alarm, which by the way, is a fucking crime and you advocate for that.  You advocate for childish mob mentality.  It was a tantrum.

7.  a.  No, being man hating is wrong.  Just like woman hating is wrong.  You can’t be this fucking dense.  Bigotry, hatred, in any form is WRONG, and to hate men based purely on their sex is sexism.

7.  b.  And here I thought people were saying feminism was about equality.  But hey, neither is right.  Feminism is about power, in particular amassing power for itself by taking a metaphorical bat to women’s knees, condescending to them, instilling fear and a victim complex in them, and then drawing them in like a cult.

8.  No, it is shutting down the exchange of ideas.  You call it oppression because you want to justify shutting it down.  It is breaking the law to do so.  So that is a third buzzword you’ve thrown out there, the holy trinity of third wave feminism:  Patriarchy, Oppression and Rape Culture.

Pointing out hipocricy and demanding that men be given rights that women have isn’t fucking oppression.  It is asking for equality and you’ve been so brainwashed that you see it as evil.  Nevermind that you’re pretty much just condescending to women, portraying them as weak and oppressed, when in reality, they have more rights than men.  Actual, legal rights, like reproductive rights and preferencial treatments in custody, alimony and legal courts.

And before you even goddamn start, I’m a woman, I’m an ex-feminist, I’m a rape survivor and I’m a lesbian.  I have literally everything to gain from supporting Third Wave feminism and I don’t.  You want to know why?  Because I saw how fucking demeaning, condescending, how goddamn awful feminism was for women.  How it told me I’m a victim, how I’m weak without it, how men are evil and men are oppressors, and how everything is the patriarchy’s fault and NOT my own choices, despite my own belief that I have my own autonomy as a woman.

I think the above comment deserves a mic drop.

(via 64bitwar)

fancypanda:

elpatron56:

23claw:

transschmuck:

cutevictim:

Jesus was a homeless Palestinian anarchist who held protests at oppressive churches, advocated for universal health care and redistribution of wealth, before being arrested for terrorism, tortured and executed for crimes against the state, now go ahead and explain to me why he’d vote conservative. I’ll wait.

i’m sorry that’s just the best sentence i’ve ever read

An Anarchist? He wasn’t an anarchist. he wouldn’t be liberal either or conservative. He led by example. That’s what he did. He wouldn’t be making any modern day political statement. On either side of the fence. 

Someone explain me how practical it would be to have a universal healthcare system when there’s no state.

Let’s break this one down: “homeless Palestinian” -literally no. He was born in a manger because His family was traveling and Mary started giving birth and there was no where to stay. Also, He’s literally a descendant of the Tribe of Jewish. That’s about as Jewish as you get.

"Anarchist"- ‘Render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s, render unto God what is God’s’ -Jesus Christ

"Held protests at oppressive churches" - People were selling in the SYNAGOGUE (not a church) and He quoted Scripture "You have turned my Father’s house into a den of thieves and liars". People got angry at the Pharisees because they liked what Jesus had to say, and disagreed with the Pharisees. The Jews riled themselves up, they weren’t led by Christ.

"Universal Healthcare and redistribution of wealth" - He commanded his followers to act on an individual level out of charity and duty to Him. He didn’t command government to pay for people’s health costs.

"arrested for terrorism, tortured and executed for crimes against the state" - This is where your ignorance on any aspect of Christ at all truly shows. He wasn’t arrested for terrorism… He was arrested for blasphemy. Pontius Pilate literally wanted to let him go, and the Jewish people wanted Jesus executed. Pilate LITERALLY washed his hands from the matter. The Roman state had nothing to do with Christ’s death. The Jews execution of Christ was because He made the claim to be the Messiah, the King of the Jews, as was nailed to the top of his cross. 

OP is just wrong, and obviously has no idea about who Jesus was.

OP clearly doesn’t know their biblical history. Or possess knowledge of ancient ideals, cultures and countries. 

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sapient-wartortle:

twinkletwinkleyoulittlefuck:

cell-mate:

crackerhell:

ethanwearsprada:

i think it’s a universal truth that everyone in our generation takes pluto’s losing its planetary status as a personal offense

yes

pluto is smaller than russia. why did we ever even consider it a planet?

BECAUSE IT’S A PART OF OUR SOLAR SYSTEM

OHANA MEANS FAMILY

OHANA MEANS NO ONE IS LEFT BEHIND

Obama means family

Well the thing about pluto is part of the kuiper belt which is a region of our solar system beyond the orbit of Neptune, believed to contain many comets, asteroids, and other small bodies made largely of ice, that includes the former planets of pluto,eris and ceres.

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draelogor:

darkchocolateandtea:

fuckingconversations:

teamfreekickass:

spiffypop:

thebraveandmischievous:

housetohalf:

mysnarkasm:

When I grow up I want to be Ming-Na Wen.

She’s the voice of Mulan, as if she wasn’t amazing enough.

She broke it with her fingers. Not a fist, her fingers.

Girl is 50 years old.

FIFTY. YEARS. OLD.

fun fact: When you break things with your hands like that you have t break your fingers on purpose before so that they heal stronger. So basically this woman is so badass she broke her hands just to do this. 

You asshat, you’re making it sound like she snaps her fingers in half. 

Martial artists like Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee (and yes, fucking Ming-Na Wen, that beautiful badass) will build up their bone strength by repeatedly (and fairly gently) striking sand, gravel, wood and steel - this creates tons of microfractures in their bones (smaller than even a hairline fracture) so the bones will heal over again and make the bones stronger and denser with increased deposits of calcium. 

This has to be done over long-ass periods of time, so the bones have time to heal, and none of the fractures expand into actual breaks. 

Oh, and she’s doing precise-ass kicks in HIGH HEELS. 

she kicks ass like a coursing river

with all the force of a great typhoon

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64bitwar:

thegrumpyopinionist:

the-unpopular-opinions:

I love how people bitch about others treating them like a piece of meat, but then they think porn is just fine.
Well newsflash you fucking hypocrite, by supporting pornography, you’re supporting the very idea that people should be treated like pieces of meat. What the fuck do you think porn exists for? People to fucking get off and view others like they’re nothing but a goddamn sex object and nothing more.And the people who come forth and say that if you hate porn then you must hate sex. Bitch please, porn is to sex as Mcdonalds is to food.It’s fucking laughable.Porn is degrading in every way. It’s not sexy, it’s stupid and pathetic. Yet there are SO many fucking supporters of the sick shit and I can’t understand why.
Porn stars shouldn’t even be referred to as “stars.” What the fuck are they doing? getting fucked on camera in a ton of disgusting and degrading ways? Allowing themselves to be exposed and humiliated? Their parents must be proud, and if they have children, I fucking feel for them.What do you tell a child when they ask what your job is? You know for the whole show-and-tell thing at school. “Oh, my mom/dad is a porn star!”
How embarrassing. How about the fact that porn “stars” have no future after porn? Because no one wants to hire someone who appeared in over 100 movies where someone jizzed on their face!Society has made a terrible, terrible mistake by allowing porn to become mainstream. It shows just how backwards we’ve become.
And don’t even give me that shit about “oh porn has been around for ages.”
No it hasn’t, that’s just a half-assed excuse to justify its existence. There was no porn back then. It was called sex, it was called orgies. Porn isn’t sex. Get the picture?
So, the moral of the story is, if you don’t want to be viewed as a fucking sex object, then stop fucking supporting the porn culture.
In fact, why don’t we just stop objectifying men and women, period.People should be fighting against the porn industry, not supporting it.Want to get off? Have sex with someone or use your fucking imagination like people used to do. Did you know that MOST people can’t get off without porn today?
Now isn’t that just fucking sad?
I rest my case. Love me or hate me.



What you find hot in the bedroom doesn’t have to mean you’re degraded or demeaning outside of it but I somewhat agree when it’s completely public and it’s your living. It’s deeper than just a kink, it becomes part of what you are. And I absolutely agree that it’s completely inconsistent to be totally okay with porn but whine about objectification when women choose to be sexy in any other medium.
But, OP, you’re straight up against porn. And that makes you my enemy.

Actually many pornstars are able to continue their line of work way into their 50’s or 60’s, they get paid for specific scenes the average for a girl on girl is 800$, guy on girl pays 1000$, anal pays 1,200$ or more and group scenes pay about 4,000$ or more. Not to mention many pornstars are actually rather wealthy being networthed at more than a couple million dollars..some of them.
Even if they don’t achieve mainstream success like top ranking pornstars like sasha grey who starred in mainstream movies their future is pretty much fine and can even retire early. Also porn has been part of the since the dawn of human civilization, became more open to the mainstream around the 70s,porn videos have existed since the early 20th century, and porn photographs existed since the late 19th century.

64bitwar:

thegrumpyopinionist:

the-unpopular-opinions:

I love how people bitch about others treating them like a piece of meat, but then they think porn is just fine.

Well newsflash you fucking hypocrite, by supporting pornography, you’re supporting the very idea that people should be treated like pieces of meat. What the fuck do you think porn exists for? People to fucking get off and view others like they’re nothing but a goddamn sex object and nothing more.
And the people who come forth and say that if you hate porn then you must hate sex. Bitch please, porn is to sex as Mcdonalds is to food.
It’s fucking laughable.
Porn is degrading in every way. It’s not sexy, it’s stupid and pathetic.
Yet there are SO many fucking supporters of the sick shit and I can’t understand why.

Porn stars shouldn’t even be referred to as “stars.” What the fuck are they doing? getting fucked on camera in a ton of disgusting and degrading ways? Allowing themselves to be exposed and humiliated? Their parents must be proud, and if they have children, I fucking feel for them.
What do you tell a child when they ask what your job is? You know for the whole show-and-tell thing at school. “Oh, my mom/dad is a porn star!”

How embarrassing. How about the fact that porn “stars” have no future after porn? Because no one wants to hire someone who appeared in over 100 movies where someone jizzed on their face!
Society has made a terrible, terrible mistake by allowing porn to become mainstream. It shows just how backwards we’ve become.

And don’t even give me that shit about “oh porn has been around for ages.”

No it hasn’t, that’s just a half-assed excuse to justify its existence. There was no porn back then. It was called sex, it was called orgies. Porn isn’t sex. Get the picture?

So, the moral of the story is, if you don’t want to be viewed as a fucking sex object, then stop fucking supporting the porn culture.

In fact, why don’t we just stop objectifying men and women, period.
People should be fighting against the porn industry, not supporting it.
Want to get off? Have sex with someone or use your fucking imagination like people used to do. Did you know that MOST people can’t get off without porn today?

Now isn’t that just fucking sad?

I rest my case. Love me or hate me.

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What you find hot in the bedroom doesn’t have to mean you’re degraded or demeaning outside of it but I somewhat agree when it’s completely public and it’s your living. It’s deeper than just a kink, it becomes part of what you are. And I absolutely agree that it’s completely inconsistent to be totally okay with porn but whine about objectification when women choose to be sexy in any other medium.

But, OP, you’re straight up against porn. And that makes you my enemy.

Actually many pornstars are able to continue their line of work way into their 50’s or 60’s, they get paid for specific scenes the average for a girl on girl is 800$, guy on girl pays 1000$, anal pays 1,200$ or more and group scenes pay about 4,000$ or more. Not to mention many pornstars are actually rather wealthy being networthed at more than a couple million dollars..some of them.

Even if they don’t achieve mainstream success like top ranking pornstars like sasha grey who starred in mainstream movies their future is pretty much fine and can even retire early. Also porn has been part of the since the dawn of human civilization, became more open to the mainstream around the 70s,porn videos have existed since the early 20th century, and porn photographs existed since the late 19th century.

ladysomnambule:

the-unpopular-opinions:

this man is my opinions! now if only i knew who he was. 

This is not an opinion. You could’ve posted a simple text or photo post asking who he was instead of submitting it here. O.o

That is Charles Francis also known as Cotton Nash. He is a Former baseball player and NBA player who played for the lakers and san francisco warriors in the 1964-65 season. But had more success in the ABA( which no longer exist as of 1976) where he played for the kentucky colonels. In the MLB he played for the white Soxs.

ladysomnambule:

the-unpopular-opinions:

this man is my opinions! now if only i knew who he was. 

This is not an opinion. You could’ve posted a simple text or photo post asking who he was instead of submitting it here. O.o

That is Charles Francis also known as Cotton Nash. He is a Former baseball player and NBA player who played for the lakers and san francisco warriors in the 1964-65 season. But had more success in the ABA( which no longer exist as of 1976) where he played for the kentucky colonels. In the MLB he played for the white Soxs.

sapient-wartortle:

justwestofweird:

andrew-hissie-beautiful-majestic:

wishidroveatardis:

10000steps:


• If Barbie were an actual women, she would be 5’9” tall, have a 39” bust, an 18” waist, 33” hips and a size 3 shoe.• Barbie calls this a “full figure” and likes her weight at 110 lbs.• At 5’9” tall and weighing 110 lbs, Barbie would have a BMI of 16.24 and fit the weight criteria for anorexia. She likely would not menstruate.• If Barbie was a real woman, she’d have to walk on all fours due to her proportions.• Slumber Party Barbie was introduced in 1965 and came with a bathroom scale permanently set at 110 lbs with a book entitled “How to Lose Weight” with directions inside stating simply “Don’t eat.”

The last one…wow!

as a man I am terrified

as a child i am terrified

It was from 1965. Not now. Girls today aren’t being told that. Geez.
Why aren’t you focusing on Barbie’s actual message of “Be who you want to be?” She encourages girls to be president, astronauts, race car drivers, whatever they want

Why does she have such a tiny head though

Why do people constantly try to force reality in toys and fiction….they act as if little girls are these gullible completely impressionable non thinking  things that follow everything they see like robots and will follow what they use to think and believe later into adolescence and adulthood.
To me it seems that feminist make it seem like young girls are incapable of being independently unaware and unable differentiate what is not real from what is real, what is morally okay and what is morally not okay;it all seems like they are trying to say  and convince the public that young girls thinking won’t evolve as they grow older…people tend to forget kids won’t always be kids how they think now won’t be the way they will always think, I doubt they will try to turn into valeria lukyanova

sapient-wartortle:

justwestofweird:

andrew-hissie-beautiful-majestic:

wishidroveatardis:

10000steps:

• If Barbie were an actual women, she would be 5’9” tall, have a 39” bust, an 18” waist, 33” hips and a size 3 shoe.
• Barbie calls this a “full figure” and likes her weight at 110 lbs.
• At 5’9” tall and weighing 110 lbs, Barbie would have a BMI of 16.24 and fit the weight criteria for anorexia. She likely would not menstruate.
• If Barbie was a real woman, she’d have to walk on all fours due to her proportions.
• Slumber Party Barbie was introduced in 1965 and came with a bathroom scale permanently set at 110 lbs with a book entitled “How to Lose Weight” with directions inside stating simply “Don’t eat.”

The last one…wow!

as a man I am terrified

as a child i am terrified

It was from 1965. Not now. Girls today aren’t being told that. Geez.

Why aren’t you focusing on Barbie’s actual message of “Be who you want to be?” She encourages girls to be president, astronauts, race car drivers, whatever they want

Why does she have such a tiny head though

Why do people constantly try to force reality in toys and fiction….they act as if little girls are these gullible completely impressionable non thinking  things that follow everything they see like robots and will follow what they use to think and believe later into adolescence and adulthood.

To me it seems that feminist make it seem like young girls are incapable of being independently unaware and unable differentiate what is not real from what is real, what is morally okay and what is morally not okay;it all seems like they are trying to say  and convince the public that young girls thinking won’t evolve as they grow older…people tend to forget kids won’t always be kids how they think now won’t be the way they will always think, I doubt they will try to turn into valeria lukyanova

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judal-is-my-spirit-animal:

trillslut:

Feminists try to portray men as oversensitive crybabies but weren’t they the ones who made a blog dedicated to whining about the way we sit on the bus?

Some men do horrible shit to women, but men sitting with their legs spread slightly matters less than nothing. They have things between their legs that need more space, so everyone who complains about men sitting with their legs apart, shut the fuck up you chucklefucks. 

Most of this is being done on New york subways by feminist randomly snapping pictures of men minding their own business just sitting they complain about how they take up space but I actually did the geometric math for it. Each Subway seat is geometrically made to compliment both men and women. Men tend to sit with there legs open in a acute angle and women tend to cross their legs but if both men and women sat with there legs open in a acute angle there would still be room on the seats to fit about 20 or more people. 

judal-is-my-spirit-animal:

People think tumblr is a safe space and tolerant and all that bullshit, but I’ve never seen so many people on the same website complain about cisgendered straight white men, white women, thin people, athletic people, people who don’t watch porn, bisexuals, asexuals, cisgendered white gay men, people who are (or aren’t) in certain fandoms, and people who choose to  eat ( or not eat) a certain way. And that’s only the beginning. 

And then they blame society as if they are savants who have a brighter perspective on life with better morals than every other human being.