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allteensrelate:

itsmemacleod:

pastel-gizibe:

loriadorable:

circuitbird:

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(vía lasirenita)

pixienightmaregoddess:

And these are the men making decisions in women’s health. Fantastic.

(Fuente: sandandglass, vía vegancatinist)

destispell:

men: rape jokes hahaha! beating women haha! lol make me a sandwich whore! put on makeup fugly! hahaha!

women: those aren’t funny.

men: lighten up, it’s a joke wow must be on her period women are so emotional lol

women: i drink the tears of men, haha!

men: hOW DARE YOU. HOW DARE YOU PROMOTE THE SUFFERING OF US MEN? DO YOU KNOW WHAT WE HAVE DONE FOR YOU? YOU WOULD BE NOTHING WITHOUT US. THATS NOT FUNNY AT ALL

(vía desequilibradx)

bustysaintclair:

victortristan:

lacigreen:

i can’t tell you how many times i’ve spoken up about harassment only to be told to “learn to take a compliment”.  
since when do “compliments” intrude on my space?  what kind of “compliment” makes a person feel unsafe or threatened?
harassment isn’t a compliment.  know the difference.

this reminds me of when I went to vegas. I saw this girl with beautiful curly red hair and it looked SO nice and she was like super hot and obviously I wanted to talk to her and see if I could get her number. So, I went up to her and said, “excuse me, hey I just wanted to tell you I love your hair its so beautiful! It really brings out your features of your face. You’re gorgeous!” she looked at me and told me, “thanks.” with the dullest face and monotonous voice. I then proceeded trying to talk to her, but she walked past me with her friends as if I didn’t exist laughing with her friends rolling her eyes as the friends saw me and noticed me and asked her about me.
Next time, I’ll just say nice titts you wanna get the hair pulled later tonight or nah? It seems to get more of a reaction.

The misogyny is strong with this one. 
Women don’t owe you shit. We are not obligated to be polite or grateful when a strange man on the street informs us he finds us attractive. 
WE DO NOT EXIST TO BE BEAUTIFUL FOR YOU and we are under no obligation to acknowledge or appreciate your attraction to us.
And your motivations for speaking to a woman are highly suspect if a) all you want is “a reaction”, and b) you are so hostile towards women that when one doesn’t respond in a manner that is to your liking, your reaction is to ask her if she wants her hair pulled instead.
This woman dodged a bullet. You are terrifying and need to look at your life and look at your choices.  

bustysaintclair:

victortristan:

lacigreen:

i can’t tell you how many times i’ve spoken up about harassment only to be told to “learn to take a compliment”.  

since when do “compliments” intrude on my space?  what kind of “compliment” makes a person feel unsafe or threatened?

harassment isn’t a compliment.  know the difference.

this reminds me of when I went to vegas. I saw this girl with beautiful curly red hair and it looked SO nice and she was like super hot and obviously I wanted to talk to her and see if I could get her number. So, I went up to her and said, “excuse me, hey I just wanted to tell you I love your hair its so beautiful! It really brings out your features of your face. You’re gorgeous!” she looked at me and told me, “thanks.” with the dullest face and monotonous voice. I then proceeded trying to talk to her, but she walked past me with her friends as if I didn’t exist laughing with her friends rolling her eyes as the friends saw me and noticed me and asked her about me.

Next time, I’ll just say nice titts you wanna get the hair pulled later tonight or nah? It seems to get more of a reaction.

The misogyny is strong with this one. 

Women don’t owe you shit. We are not obligated to be polite or grateful when a strange man on the street informs us he finds us attractive. 

WE DO NOT EXIST TO BE BEAUTIFUL FOR YOU and we are under no obligation to acknowledge or appreciate your attraction to us.

And your motivations for speaking to a woman are highly suspect if a) all you want is “a reaction”, and b) you are so hostile towards women that when one doesn’t respond in a manner that is to your liking, your reaction is to ask her if she wants her hair pulled instead.

This woman dodged a bullet. You are terrifying and need to look at your life and look at your choices.  

(vía desequilibradx)

(Fuente: ce-bolla)

faxmachine:

I think the reason why the phrase “I’m not like most girls” annoys me so much is because women have been conditioned to feel like they have to disassociate themselves from the female gender to be recognised as an interesting human being and if that isn’t fucked up then I don’t know what is. 

Traducción: “Creo que el motivo por el que la frase “No soy como la mayoría de las chicas” me irrita tanto es porque las mujeres han sido condicionadas a sentir que tienen que disociarse del género femenino para ser reconocidas como seres humanos interesantes y si eso no es una mierda entonces no sé qué lo es”

(vía desequilibradx)

feministlikeme:

1. Domestic violence is one of the most “chronically underreported” crimes in America.

According to the NCADV,about 75% of physical violence against women committed by an intimate partner goes unreported to the police. Rice’s assault on Palmer was an outlier, largely because it was caught on camera.

2. For many women, domestic abuse leads to death.

This is notably true for black women, who comprised 8% of the U.S. population but 22% of intimate partner homicide victims and 29% of all female victims of intimate partner homicide in 2005.

Needless to say, these figures are remarkably disproportionate. Janay Palmer is not alone in her circumstances.

3. About 50% are killed while trying to leave their abuser.

IDVAAC writes, ”Among African American women killed by their partner, almost half were killed while in the process of leaving the relationship, highlighting the need to take extra precautions at that time.”

This is an important figure for anyone claiming Palmer should’ve simply left Rice after he punched her…

ravenclaweruditewarlockpalmtree ha dicho: ¡Hola! Estudio español y este año tengo que hacer un proyecto sobre una parte de la cultura española (lo siento si no estás en España, no podía encontrar un lugar en su blog, pero mi proyecto es sobre España en particular) y me gustaría hacer algo relacionado con los derechos de las mujeres y el feminismo porque es algo que me interesa ¿Preguntó si puedes ayudarme y responder a unas preguntas? (Me limite a este número de palabras, necesitaré enviar otro mensaje) Muchas gracias, Heather (Escocia)

Hola Heather! 

Lamentablemente no puedo ayudarte mucho porque no soy de  España y por lo tanto no sé lo suficiente sobre los derechos de las mujeres en ese país, lo siento mucho…

Si alguien que lee esto puede responder, sería genial!

taumatropo:

Ew y buena suerte encontrando novio…
Doble moral.

Por Anna Nilsson, creo.

taumatropo:

Ew y buena suerte encontrando novio…

Doble moral.

Por Anna Nilsson, creo.