I don't need feminism

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theblunderingwriter asked: I'm not sure if this is the right thing to use to send a topic, but it'd be cool of there was some exploration in the invisible oppressions of men, if there are any? Like something about how there are less shelters that accept men or how some companies can just say "women only?" I might be wrong but I think it might be cool.

I’m sure it’d be inevitable that we cover that, they’re all pretty basic MRA tenets.

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Pocast  ?

Totally posing off TiA for this idea, but it’s something I’ve been considering for a while, so let’s do this.

Followers, I’ll need your input to make this happen.

>Want to participate?  Message me!So far, participants might include: thehat2, daisenseiben, and some other follower Tumblr’s not letting me tag

thespectacularspider-girl, frolosopher, heroinfriday are you interested?

>Topics to cover

(1) sex, obviously

(2) female entitlement

(3) I’m definitely going to go on a rant about Ferguson at some point, just sayin’

>Guidelines

(1) Drunkenness

>Your responsibilities

(1) MESSAGE ME TOPICS.  For every message I’ll get, I’ll post a cute kitty picture

(2) send n00dz?

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Ever notice how like 99% of anti-feminists and anti-SJWs on this site are straight white boys under 18 who think they know SO MUCH MORE about the "the real world" than anyone else?

sethypants:

i-dont-need-feminism:

jstetreault:

i-dont-need-feminism:

jstetreault:

i-dont-need-feminism:

fuckingradfems:

subtle-queen:

sosungalittleclodofclay:

wtfisthinprivilege:

littleasianflower:

wtfisthinprivilege:

egalitarians-do-it-better:

sktagg23:

Yet they never seem to know enough to realize that they’re constantly being laughed at by “the real…

Bisexual 26-year-old with a BA, a car, an apartment, and a cat. Please tell me more about how I don’t know the real world, please.

The fact you said a car, a cat and a BA are proof that you know the real world speaks volumes…

Your possessions and a 4 year stint at an educational institution (we all know college is not the real world at all… The opposite actually) don’t prove much.

Just sayin…

I’m sorry. I didn’t mention that I’ve been working since 15, homeless and parentless at 18, had a complete mental breakdown at 21, had to completely rebuild my life from the ground up, and have been developing a professional career since then and accomplished all that in just 4 years. Not to mention that I attended 3 different colleges and grad school - that took 6 years, not 4, and was done completely on my own dime.

Providing for your own livelihood, living an independent existence, and caring for dependent lives are vital indicators of adulthood.

Are you saying that providing for your cat (dependent life) is a indicator of adulthood? My kid has a hamster… He’s 8… :/

You SHOULD be proud if your educational pursuits. Not everyone goes after higher education. Keep I mind that everyone has the same opportunities. People act like their race of their upbringing is why their life sucks.

I grew up poor. Then at 18 I went out on my own. I didn’t have help. It sucked. But I’m more resilient for it and appreciate what I’ve got more bc of it.

I hope you don’t feel this is harsh criticism, it’s just a personal view.

Moving out at 18 is what people are supposed to do. You get a job, you move out, you support yourself as an adult. This has become a thing to pay oneself on the back for. I call it life.

As for being parentless, my heart goes out to you. That’s tough and I’m sorry.
Even on tumblr, there are certain things that should be respected. Losing your folks is one, regardless of how or why.

As for the independent existence, taking care of a cat and all that…

I just can’t help but point out that those things are expected of every human being. It’s survival and shows determination. But it’s just… Life. Still not the “world”. The world is a big place.

"The real world" is outside our borders here. The rest of the world is what adversity is like. Visit the Middle East, Southern Europe, most of Asia, and Africa. Those places face hardship. What you faced is tough… But it’s considered normal for them. And it sucks. Bad.

Again, not taking anything away from your accomplishments, just wanted to put some things into perspective for the viewing audience.

You missed the point of the post entirely

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It’s impressive

Fucking hell, it’s like a game to you people, isn’t it? “You suffered, but THESE PEOPLE over here suffered MORE! And while I’m at it, I’m going to speak for and about them while berating another person for never having gone to where they live, even though I have never done so myself. I’m also going to completely dismiss any and all suffering in my/their country despite the fact that one person’s suffering is just as valid as another’s no matter where they are!”

Look, there are no rules to suffering. The real world is the world you experience everyday. It’s different for everyone. It’s part of not being a damn hivemind; we all experience things differently. There are no borders. There’s no delineation. The Internet is part of the ‘real world’. EVERYTHING YOU EXPERIENCE IS PART OF THE REAL WORLD. Everything you do has real consequences. 

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blazing-forge:

artemuscainpotato:

thehomestuckwhovian:

Anybody else remember this episode? In it, a female villain called Femme Fatale is stealing millions of dollars in Susan B. Anthony coins. Naturally, the Powerpuff Girls go to stop her. She then convinces them that men are all horrible because female superheroes aren’t as well known as male superheroes, even asking Blossom to name some to where her only answer is Wonder Woman.

They start acting bitter, refusing to do chores when the Professor asks and even telling the Mayor to save the town himself. Ms. Bellum and Ms. Keane talk to the girls and basically explain that being mean to guys won’t do anything and that isn’t the kind of message feminists should put out.

They proceed to beat up Femme Fatale while giving her a history lesson about Susan B. Anthony, the story where she voted and was found guilty because women couldn’t vote back then, but when the judge wanted to let her off easily because she was a woman, she forced them to take her to jail. The girls handle her and the lesson is that misandry will not stop misogny and we all should just respect each other.

And it fell on Tumblr’s deaf ears.

To the point where many among the sort of person depicted in this episode point out that Lauren Faust later regretted writing the episode. What they conveniently leave out is the fact that it was because of all the death threats she received from that sort of person.

(via babushka--nipples)

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Ever notice how like 99% of anti-feminists and anti-SJWs on this site are straight white boys under 18 who think they know SO MUCH MORE about the "the real world" than anyone else?

jstetreault:

i-dont-need-feminism:

jstetreault:

i-dont-need-feminism:

fuckingradfems:

subtle-queen:

sosungalittleclodofclay:

wtfisthinprivilege:

littleasianflower:

wtfisthinprivilege:

egalitarians-do-it-better:

sktagg23:

Yet they never seem to know enough to realize that they’re constantly being laughed at by “the real…

Bisexual 26-year-old with a BA, a car, an apartment, and a cat. Please tell me more about how I don’t know the real world, please.

The fact you said a car, a cat and a BA are proof that you know the real world speaks volumes…

Your possessions and a 4 year stint at an educational institution (we all know college is not the real world at all… The opposite actually) don’t prove much.

Just sayin…

I’m sorry. I didn’t mention that I’ve been working since 15, homeless and parentless at 18, had a complete mental breakdown at 21, had to completely rebuild my life from the ground up, and have been developing a professional career since then and accomplished all that in just 4 years. Not to mention that I attended 3 different colleges and grad school - that took 6 years, not 4, and was done completely on my own dime.

Providing for your own livelihood, living an independent existence, and caring for dependent lives are vital indicators of adulthood.

Are you saying that providing for your cat (dependent life) is a indicator of adulthood? My kid has a hamster… He’s 8… :/

You SHOULD be proud if your educational pursuits. Not everyone goes after higher education. Keep I mind that everyone has the same opportunities. People act like their race of their upbringing is why their life sucks.

I grew up poor. Then at 18 I went out on my own. I didn’t have help. It sucked. But I’m more resilient for it and appreciate what I’ve got more bc of it.

I hope you don’t feel this is harsh criticism, it’s just a personal view.

Moving out at 18 is what people are supposed to do. You get a job, you move out, you support yourself as an adult. This has become a thing to pay oneself on the back for. I call it life.

As for being parentless, my heart goes out to you. That’s tough and I’m sorry.
Even on tumblr, there are certain things that should be respected. Losing your folks is one, regardless of how or why.

As for the independent existence, taking care of a cat and all that…

I just can’t help but point out that those things are expected of every human being. It’s survival and shows determination. But it’s just… Life. Still not the “world”. The world is a big place.

"The real world" is outside our borders here. The rest of the world is what adversity is like. Visit the Middle East, Southern Europe, most of Asia, and Africa. Those places face hardship. What you faced is tough… But it’s considered normal for them. And it sucks. Bad.

Again, not taking anything away from your accomplishments, just wanted to put some things into perspective for the viewing audience.

You missed the point of the post entirely

Like


It’s impressive

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Anonymous asked: How old are you

officialunitedstates:

do you think pelicans have any kind of culture or lore.  are there any traditions that are passed down each generation, or does their language exist solely to convey needs, wants, warnings, and orders in the present.  are they capable of understanding the life-death cycle and helping future generations to survive by sharing the knowledge they have acquired over their lifetimes