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flylikehermes:

dog: hello koi.
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flylikehermes:

dog: hello koi.

koi(s): HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!HELLO DOG!

Not being assaulted is not a privilege to be earned through the judicious application of personal safety strategies. A woman should be able to walk down the street at 4 in the morning in nothing but her socks, blind drunk, without being assaulted, and I, for one, am not going to do anything to imply that she is in any way responsible for her own assault if she fails to Adequately Protect Herself. Men aren’t helpless dick-driven maniacs who can’t help raping a vulnerable woman. It disrespects EVERYONE.
haha if i was ever gagged with a cob of corn as a bit i would just like start eating it
because food

haha if i was ever gagged with a cob of corn as a bit i would just like start eating it

because food

thisgingersnapsback:

  • Dr. George Tiller’s killing was not justifiable homicide, it was murder.
  • Blowing up abortion clinics is terrorism.
  • Defacing and covering abortion clinics in graffiti is vandalism.
  • Chanting “You’re next!” at doctors and clinic administrators is threatening…
‘Cause the thing is, you and the guys you hang out with may not really mean anything by it when you talk about crazy bitches and dumb sluts and heh-heh-I’d-hit-that and you just can’t reason with them and you can’t live with ‘em can’t shoot ‘em and she’s obviously only dressed like that because she wants to get laid and if they can’t stand the heat they should get out of the kitchen and if they can’t play by the rules they don’t belong here and if they can’t take a little teasing they should quit and heh heh they’re only good for fucking and cleaning and they’re not fit to be leaders and they’re too emotional to run a business and they just want to get their hands on our money and if they’d just stop overreacting and telling themselves they’re victims they’d realize they actually have all the power in this society and white men aren’t even allowed to do anything anymore and and and…

I get that you don’t really mean that shit. I get that you’re just talking out your ass.

But please listen, and please trust me on this one: you have probably, at some point in your life, engaged in that kind of talk with a man who really, truly hates women–to the extent of having beaten and/or raped at least one. And you probably didn’t know which one he was.

And that guy? Thought you were on his side.

I try so hard not to generalize men, you know? I try SO hard. But then the other night I went out with my friends and the car was full and I looked around and realized that every single one of the women in that car had been raped or sexually assaulted and it’s like, how can you not hate them? It’s not fair. But it’s not fair that they do this to us and then act like it isn’t a problem.

My friend Marissa, talking at the beach yesterday (paraphrased). (via bigfatfeminist)

emptycupboard:

braaklyn:

I DON’T KNOW WHY

BUT I’M LAUGHING SO HARD

I’M LAUGHING AT EVERYTHING TONIGHT HAHAHAHA

If we teach women that there are only certain ways they may acceptably behave, we should not be surprised when they behave in those ways.

And we should not be surprised when they behave these ways during attempted or completed rapes.

Women who are taught not to speak up too loudly or too forcefully or too adamantly or too demandingly are not going to shout “NO” at the top of their goddamn lungs just because some guy is getting uncomfortably close.

Women who are taught not to keep arguing are not going to keep saying “NO.”

Women who are taught that their needs and desires are not to be trusted, are fickle and wrong and are not to be interpreted by the woman herself, are not going to know how to argue with “but you liked kissing, I just thought…”

Women who are taught that physical confrontations make them look crazy will not start hitting, kicking, and screaming until it’s too late, if they do at all.

Women who are taught that a display of their emotional state will have them labeled hysterical and crazy (which is how their perception of events will be discounted) will not be willing to run from a room disheveled and screaming and crying.

Women who are taught that certain established boundaries are frowned upon as too rigid and unnecessary are going to find themselves in situations that move further faster before they realize that their first impression was right, and they are in a dangerous room with a dangerous person.

Women who are taught that refusing to flirt back results in an immediately hostile environment will continue to unwillingly and unhappily flirt with somebody who is invading their space and giving them creep alerts.

People wonder why women don’t “fight back,” but they don’t wonder about it when women back down in arguments, are interrupted, purposefully lower and modulate their voices to express less emotion, make obvious signals that they are uninterested in conversation or being in closer physical proximity and are ignored. They don’t wonder about all those daily social interactions in which women are quieter, ignored, or invisible, because those social interactions seem normal. They seem normal to women, and they seem normal to men, because we were all raised in the same cultural pond, drinking the same Kool-Aid.

And then, all of a sudden, when women are raped, all these natural and invisible social interactions become evidence that the woman wasn’t truly raped. Because she didn’t fight back, or yell loudly, or run, or kick, or punch. She let him into her room when it was obvious what he wanted. She flirted with him, she kissed him. She stopped saying no, after a while.

Harriet J on Another post about rape 

Shattering truth. 

(via reconnect-restore-rewild)

this post is…giving me life.

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