1. Mansplaining isn’t just the act of explaining while male, of course; many men manage to explain things every day without in the least insulting their listeners.

    Mansplaining is when a dude tells you, a woman, how to do something you already know how to do, or how you are wrong about something you are actually right about, or miscellaneous and inaccurate “facts” about something you know a hell of a lot more about than he does.

    Bonus points if he is explaining how you are wrong about something being sexist!

    Think about the men you know. Do any of them display that delightful mixture of privilege and ignorance that leads to condescending, inaccurate explanations, delivered with the rock-solid conviction of rightness and that slimy certainty that of course he is right, because he is the man in this conversation?

    That dude is a mansplainer.

    karen healy

    dear every fucking man ever.

    (via baddominicana)

    OMG. I’ve lived with one of these and I didn’t realize why I hated it so much until now.

    (via nessfraserloves)

    My dad. And my brother. And pretty much every other guy I’ve ever known at some point or other.

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    2 years ago  /  1,341 notes  /  Source: bad-dominicana

  2. actually, no.

    "Misandry" doesn’t mean "I HATE MEN" any more than "Bigotry" means "I AM A BIGOT". It is a word used to define a concept, not a belief in the concept itself. Calling a Wow character "Misandry" is actually pretty clever, in that wow toons and institutional prejudice and oppression of men both consume a lot of time and energy and conversation, but neither of them actually exist in any real sense.

    tarecgosa:

    stuff about the controversy (??) around the character Ji Firepaw and some people involved. putting it under a cut because i dont want to clutter your dashes with my opinions about this junk

    Read More

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  3. beatonna:

living life fast and furious on the internet

this is just the best goddamned thing, i don’t even

    beatonna:

    living life fast and furious on the internet

    this is just the best goddamned thing, i don’t even

    2 years ago  /  2,431 notes  /  Source: beatonna

  4. photo

    photo

    2 years ago  /  236 notes  /  Source: sosuperawesome

  5. Creep shaming is probably one of the most insidious and anti-equality things you can do. The ability to label men as “creepy” is just one privilege that women enjoy, and a constant source of fear of ostracizing that all men must fear in our society.

    AntiBigots, Reddit

    ALL MEN

    (via cosmicnavel)

     “Men are afraid women will laugh at them. Women are afraid men will kill them.” -Margaret Atwood

    (via librariesandlemonade)

    Reblogging for the Atwood quote, which is showing its truthiness right here.

    (via blueandbluer)

    so, women have privilege because we call men creepy. ok. that makes sense…in backwards land.

    (via michelle-my-belle)

    creep shaming. bahaha. baha. BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHA.

    here’s teh thing, cis dudebros.

    stop raping us in disproportionate numbers and stop assuming we’re your sexual property. also, stop cat-calling.

    and we’ll magically stop ‘creep shaming’ you.

    it’s funny how i don’t creep shame guys from my church as they are comfortable with the mode of physical contact i am and they treat me like (gosh) a human being, not a vagina. ( i realize thatn ot all churchdudes are like this, i’m just citing mine).

    (via howtfoldlaundry)

    “Creep-shaming”

    WTF

    (via southcarolinaboy)

    Creep shaming

    Creep shaming

    CREEP SHAMING

    lolol

    (via cruelyouth)

    Hahahahaha

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    commentary is relevant as fuck

    (via femmesandfamily)

    “creep shaming”… that’s a good one.

    (via thiscuntsays)

    Did you see that? Creep shaming is ONE OF THE MOST ANTI-EQUALITY THINGS. Wtf?

    (via briefbutstillinfinite)

    Atwood

    (via silentpunk)

    People I don’t creep-shame:

    My men friends who aren’t creepy

    People I ‘creep-shame’: that dude who turns up at my bar, follows me around, and informs me of how he used to be scared of me because he thought I was ‘a dyke’ but now he knows he can sleep with me (because he’s seen me with other men) he wants to get to know me. And other creepy dudes.

    (via inflateablefilth)

    reblogging for commentary

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    Will never not find comedy in this concept. 

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  6. coelasquid:

Garrus the Corgi with Garrus the Turian for the owner of Garrus the Corgi.

ahahaha that corgi facial expression

    coelasquid:

    Garrus the Corgi with Garrus the Turian for the owner of Garrus the Corgi.

    ahahaha that corgi facial expression

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    2 years ago  /  206 notes  /  Source: coelasquid

  7. riteaid:

What is GODDING?
Godding is telling a person “You’re God” in order to short circuit the false dichotomy created by the dialogue with God which causes people to see it as an external force, rather than an internal system for communication with the shadow, with what’s not known of the self or what’s been repressed.
The concept of God and its usage is different for everyone, but here I refer to when one talks to themselves and says “I want to know what I should do next,” and a voice says to them, “Maybe you should _______”. For some, this is never identified as God, however, for many especially in a primarily monotheistic culture this internal dialogue is assisted by the identification of the inner 2nd person as God. God here is a compressed, monovocal form of the multiplicity of unconscious, which often through imaginary/inner work is revealed to be made of a number of entities which have different needs. Some of the more common form of these entities are covered in Jung’s work on archetypes. When I say to someone “You’re God,” ideally while looking them in the eyes, I’m looking to cause the idea of the separateness of God’s being to be understood as false. I can’t be sure this will happen, and so it’s quite a chaotic move, one that I’ll be continuing to understand as I go into the streets and tell different people they’re God, Christians and Atheists, etc. I’m going to handle it a little less mysteriously as time goes on, the first few times I simply walked up to a stranger, said “You’re God,” and walked away. One man, standing outside of a liquor store called out desperately to me as I walked away, “What do you mean?” A worker in the McDonald’s drive-thru laughed and I drove away. As I go through each encounter using these words, I’ll write more and begin to ask more about its effects on the person spoken to, as well as myself, asking them about their background in religion and prayer. I’ll also be experimenting in the future with telling people “You are a Word.”
Peace, or whatever you want,
Bernard

    riteaid:

    What is GODDING?

    Godding is telling a person “You’re God” in order to short circuit the false dichotomy created by the dialogue with God which causes people to see it as an external force, rather than an internal system for communication with the shadow, with what’s not known of the self or what’s been repressed.

    The concept of God and its usage is different for everyone, but here I refer to when one talks to themselves and says “I want to know what I should do next,” and a voice says to them, “Maybe you should _______”. For some, this is never identified as God, however, for many especially in a primarily monotheistic culture this internal dialogue is assisted by the identification of the inner 2nd person as God. God here is a compressed, monovocal form of the multiplicity of unconscious, which often through imaginary/inner work is revealed to be made of a number of entities which have different needs. Some of the more common form of these entities are covered in Jung’s work on archetypes. When I say to someone “You’re God,” ideally while looking them in the eyes, I’m looking to cause the idea of the separateness of God’s being to be understood as false. I can’t be sure this will happen, and so it’s quite a chaotic move, one that I’ll be continuing to understand as I go into the streets and tell different people they’re God, Christians and Atheists, etc. I’m going to handle it a little less mysteriously as time goes on, the first few times I simply walked up to a stranger, said “You’re God,” and walked away. One man, standing outside of a liquor store called out desperately to me as I walked away, “What do you mean?” A worker in the McDonald’s drive-thru laughed and I drove away. As I go through each encounter using these words, I’ll write more and begin to ask more about its effects on the person spoken to, as well as myself, asking them about their background in religion and prayer. I’ll also be experimenting in the future with telling people “You are a Word.”

    Peace, or whatever you want,

    Bernard

    2 years ago  /  58 notes  /  Source:

  8. capriciousyetconstant:

How Everyone Can Help Occupy Wall Street Movement
The mainstream media coverage is starting to focus on Occupy Wall Street movement with ABC News covering NYPD macing female protesters. The video is available on Youtube and OccupyWallStreet.org A quick google search will turn up about 1,000 blogs covering the nonviolent protest, centered around voicing the needs of 99 percent of the American people. 
Occupy Chicago, sister to the Occupy Wall Street protest in New York City, is a movement to raise political consciousness among the general public, showing that the government makes the decisions that affect us all simply do not have our best interests in mind. 99 percent of Americans are governed by the 1 percent of the superrich class. We live this every day: in the broken justice system, the widening class gap and increased poverty and joblessness, corporations considered as people, corruption in politics and police, a lack of health insurance, unpopular wars waged in our name, and how the US perpetuates inadequacy world wide.
This protest is for everyone from the college kids in debt to their eyeballs with no job prospects, the out-of-work teachers who are watching their rights dwindle, the union supporters waiting for work, people who are laid off, the single parents who are out of options, the people who are ignored. We are all the 99 percent.
Their demands, our requirements for our society are breaking the chains that shackle us. We have only one demand: an ultimatum for a better life.
·      Ending capital punishment is our one demand.
·      Ending wealth inequality is our one demand.
 ·      Ending police intimidation is our one demand. 
·      Ending corporate censorship is our one demand.
·      Ending the modern gilded age is our one demand.
·      Ending political corruption is our one demand.
·      Ending joblessness is our one demand.
·      Ending poverty is our one demand.
·      Ending health-profiteering is our one demand.
·      Ending American imperialism is our one demand.
·      Ending war is our one demand.
If you agree with these and want to help, there are so many ways to take a stand against the 1 percent of America who is making all of the decisions that affect your life. Involve yourself and take it back!
First, find @OccupyChicago and #occupychi on Twitter.com, then retweet our messages. If you tweet out @OccupyChicago’s information to your friends, your friends can choose to be informed. The more people that know about us, then the more people that can help us grow and help us change the world. Just say hi with a hashtag. #occupyChi and @OccupyChicago find us directly and immediately.
Search for Occupy Chicago on Facebook and like us. We are listed as a community. We also have an ongoing event. Then, like with Twitter, share our information, links, and events and help us spread the word.
Options like retweeting and Facebooking are simple and free so that everyone can be involved.
Scope our website at occupychi.org. It’s easy to share our site on Twitter or Facebook and help us spread our message. We also have a donation page. We really appreciate anything anyone can give.
Talk about us to your friends and family.  Mention our Facebook, Twitter, and website so everyone can check us out. The more people we reach, the more people will understand that we represent their interests. Right now, we seem vague and menacing and only through spreading our messages of support, solidarity, and change can we show everyone that we speak for them, for a better way of life.
We’ll be camped out at the US Federal Bank Building on LaSalle and Jackson in downtown Chicago from now on, so please, stop on by and say hello. Any visitors bringing positivity are always welcome. We hold daily events, so check out our Twitter and come contribute.
We also encourage donations of food, bottled water, blankets, cardboard for signs, tarps or garbage bags. But mostly, we’d really like to see your smile and hear your ideas on how to make our world better for all of us. 

    capriciousyetconstant:

    How Everyone Can Help Occupy Wall Street Movement

    The mainstream media coverage is starting to focus on Occupy Wall Street movement with ABC News covering NYPD macing female protesters. The video is available on Youtube and OccupyWallStreet.org A quick google search will turn up about 1,000 blogs covering the nonviolent protest, centered around voicing the needs of 99 percent of the American people. 

    Occupy Chicago, sister to the Occupy Wall Street protest in New York City, is a movement to raise political consciousness among the general public, showing that the government makes the decisions that affect us all simply do not have our best interests in mind. 99 percent of Americans are governed by the 1 percent of the superrich class. We live this every day: in the broken justice system, the widening class gap and increased poverty and joblessness, corporations considered as people, corruption in politics and police, a lack of health insurance, unpopular wars waged in our name, and how the US perpetuates inadequacy world wide.

    This protest is for everyone from the college kids in debt to their eyeballs with no job prospects, the out-of-work teachers who are watching their rights dwindle, the union supporters waiting for work, people who are laid off, the single parents who are out of options, the people who are ignored. We are all the 99 percent.

    Their demands, our requirements for our society are breaking the chains that shackle us. We have only one demand: an ultimatum for a better life.

    ·      Ending capital punishment is our one demand.

    ·      Ending wealth inequality is our one demand.

     ·      Ending police intimidation is our one demand. 

    ·      Ending corporate censorship is our one demand.

    ·      Ending the modern gilded age is our one demand.

    ·      Ending political corruption is our one demand.

    ·      Ending joblessness is our one demand.

    ·      Ending poverty is our one demand.

    ·      Ending health-profiteering is our one demand.

    ·      Ending American imperialism is our one demand.

    ·      Ending war is our one demand.

    If you agree with these and want to help, there are so many ways to take a stand against the 1 percent of America who is making all of the decisions that affect your life. Involve yourself and take it back!

    First, find @OccupyChicago and #occupychi on Twitter.com, then retweet our messages. If you tweet out @OccupyChicago’s information to your friends, your friends can choose to be informed. The more people that know about us, then the more people that can help us grow and help us change the world. Just say hi with a hashtag. #occupyChi and @OccupyChicago find us directly and immediately.

    Search for Occupy Chicago on Facebook and like us. We are listed as a community. We also have an ongoing event. Then, like with Twitter, share our information, links, and events and help us spread the word.

    Options like retweeting and Facebooking are simple and free so that everyone can be involved.

    Scope our website at occupychi.org. It’s easy to share our site on Twitter or Facebook and help us spread our message. We also have a donation page. We really appreciate anything anyone can give.

    Talk about us to your friends and family.  Mention our Facebook, Twitter, and website so everyone can check us out. The more people we reach, the more people will understand that we represent their interests. Right now, we seem vague and menacing and only through spreading our messages of support, solidarity, and change can we show everyone that we speak for them, for a better way of life.

    We’ll be camped out at the US Federal Bank Building on LaSalle and Jackson in downtown Chicago from now on, so please, stop on by and say hello. Any visitors bringing positivity are always welcome. We hold daily events, so check out our Twitter and come contribute.

    We also encourage donations of food, bottled water, blankets, cardboard for signs, tarps or garbage bags. But mostly, we’d really like to see your smile and hear your ideas on how to make our world better for all of us. 

    2 years ago  /  19 notes  /  Source: capriciousyetconstant

  9. yeah you heard them

    pauline: heres my impersonation of internet literary blogs

    pauline: *jerks everyone off*

    jeff: *real fuckin loud fart for like ten minutes*

    pauline: haha

    jeff: i wonder why internet poetry never gets any real academic recognition *i never leave the house because im jerking off 24/7*

    pauline: hahaha

    pauline: im posting this on my tumblr

    jeff: make sure you get this part where i tell all internet poets to kiss my nuts

    pauline: ok

    jeff: my lil ass baby panda nuts

    2 years ago  /  20 notes