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we had an American girl stay with us who took it upon herself to tell us this country was so behind because saying 'coloured' was racist and we were all socially backwards. I had to sit this idiot down and explain South Africa's entire racial categorical system- how black is not the same thing as coloured, how coloured people REFER TO THEMSELVES AS COLOURED, how it's an actual term on forms and surveys. Here's an idea SJWs- quit with the Americanization and do some fucking research.
Anonymous

Getting mad at people saying “coloured” can also be English-assuming.

Many languages have a format of “[noun] of [adjective]”. When they learn English, they’re often taught to change that to be “[adjective] [noun]” because it’s considered “more correct”. To those without the historical context “people of colour” and “coloured people” seem exactly the same, meaning they wouldn’t initially get that one is taboo and one is not.

I’ve seen people who barely speak English ask what the difference is and been called bigots and oppressive in response. It’s really awful.

Only reason my dress code pissed me off is because my school had no air conditioning and in the spring it could get up to 90 degrees so even when I would wear shorts that weren't even short I got bitched at. I didn't really give a shit about the whole "sexism" thing, I was just kind of annoyed about not being able to dress appropriately for the weather AND the fact that my school spend money on everything BUT air conditioning...
Anonymous

ughsocialjustice:

I’ve worked in non air conditioned buildings, yes it’s uncomfortable, but you live. I was a teacher so not only could I only wear pants or skirts (skirts don’t mesh well with lower elementary) I was also walking around class. You find ways to deal. (They look dorky, but chilly towels!)

-the Polish one

Maybe it’s just because I live in Canada, but I can’t fathom it being so warm that pants will kill you.

However, I once got in trouble for taking a blanket between classes when the heaters weren’t working in the winter.

poppypicklesticks:

littleasianflower:

poppypicklesticks:

And here we have grown ass adults doxxing, bullying and making physical threats and death threats on a 13 year old because he said something they didn’t like on twitter

You feminists, white knights and you SJWs are fucking disgusting, you feel like big women and men doxxing and sending death threats to a 13 year old?

Lowlife pieces of shit.

It’s not even bullying anymlre. They’re threatening the safety of a 13 year old. That’s an actual crime. Like. Conspiracy to commit murder level shit.

One of them is 30, and is currently on twitter whoring out the backlash she got as “omg im so uhpressed” and her cronies are telling her that shes the victim and needs to call the police.

No fucking sympathy.   Hope all those assholes who doxxed and threatened this kid get whatever is coming to them legally.  How fucking pathetic and infantile are you when you honestly get so butthurt by something a 13 says that you threaten to kill them?  They deserve to die alone, like they are currently doing. 

It wouldn’t surprise me if the kid was talking about sexist jokes. Or jokes just making fun of the tag. Kinda weird how they just assumed he was talking about rape jokes…

privilegedenyingfeministcunt:

i-was-a-teenage-anarchist:

ilikechildren—fried:

i-was-a-teenage-anarchist:

ilikechildren—fried:

i-was-a-teenage-anarchist:

ilikechildren—fried:

i-was-a-teenage-anarchist:

heroinfriday:

kiwibearsden:

heroinfriday:

kiwibearsden:

Posted this for you, Liv. Some country singer almost got his pants ripped off by some crazy fan, he smacks her away, and he’s the bad guy.

Omg fucking people. Honestly, Dustin talks about this shit happening to male dancers all the time.

-Liv

Yep, and of course people are going crazy, even saw one post that said something along the lines of “He probably hits his wife too.”

Omg, wow. Take our sexual harassment or we”ll immediately assume your a woman beater.

-Liv

People honestly see no problem with women harassing men. It’s fucking stupid and hypocritical.

don’t even look at the comments for this vid you’ll only grit your teeth down to nothing in anger ugh

I saw and commented on it on YouTube. It’s amazing how much they don’t see they’re being hypocritical.

I commented too

It’s funny that when something like this happened to Beyonce a year ago nobody defended the guy who assaulted her, ‘cept for a few guys who called him lucky for touching her butt, but most people are saying McGraw is the asshole for defending and not the chick who assaulted him

assholes

TMZ is calling it a ferocious slap when it looked more like a smack upside her head for being so fucking dumb.

not surprised TMZ is shit anyways

those slaps looked like a “shoo fly don’t bother me” situation tbh lol

My favorite comment was a girl that said he shouldn’t have slapped her for that and when someone asked if she would allow a guy to grab her ass, she said she’d punch them but never realized her own hypocrisy.

Another woman said that he should have known he’d be touched like that because he’s famous.

Yet another woman victim blamed him and said he was probably a wife beater.

These are the people who have grown up entitled to touch and harass people because they were never taught it wasn’t okay to do it to men. The problem is exacerbated by feminists who support that argument that women can’t hurt men because men are too strong.

I’m actually really angry right now because I know feminist bloggers are going to completely ignore her sexually harassing him and they’ll say he’s beating Faith.

Anyone else notice that his pants were torn after this whole debacle? This was far from ‘lawl imma tap his ass.’ She put some effort into grabbing him. 

All the “HE USED TOO MUCH FORCE” comments are bullshit. The fan is far from innocent. 

Early in the video a woman repeatedly taps his ass and he doesn’t even seem to notice. What that one fan did was over the line, a rather generous line considering his actions not thirty seconds earlier.

goodmorningamerica:

What Malala told ABC’s Amy Robach about why this trip was so important to make on her birthday- 
“It is my 17th birthday…I thought it would be good that I go to Nigeria where girls are suffering and they need someone to raise up their voice. They love education and I need to support them.”
WATCH: http://abcn.ws/VYzR6V

I hope she pays respects to the many boys burned alive by Boko Haram for wanting an education!
Boko Haram hates Western education. They only targeted girls after killing boys didn’t get them the attention and action they wanted.

goodmorningamerica:

What Malala told ABC’s Amy Robach about why this trip was so important to make on her birthday- 

“It is my 17th birthday…I thought it would be good that I go to Nigeria where girls are suffering and they need someone to raise up their voice. They love education and I need to support them.”

WATCH: http://abcn.ws/VYzR6V

I hope she pays respects to the many boys burned alive by Boko Haram for wanting an education!

Boko Haram hates Western education. They only targeted girls after killing boys didn’t get them the attention and action they wanted.

Naruto - Naruto - Wind
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tlatophat:

jaegerpilotmax:

This song gives me so many feelings…

literally have this on my ipod still

I feel this

I love this one for many reasons, one is the simple fact that it’s in an unusual musical meter; being a 5-beat meter instead of the usual 4-beat (and sometimes 3-beat) we normally expect from music.  In my experience, this is the only song I’ve found that is written almost entirely this meter, which makes it stand out from the rest of the tunes I enjoy.

Have you never listened to Mars? It’s like the most famous piece of music in 5/4 time. (It’s glorious, especially live.) Quintuple meter has a lot more to it than just an anime opening. It’s still nice song though.

I've got a theory. Someone said why not create a new comic instead of changing Thor. I think it's because if they did, they would have to develop the universe, new characters, and build a fan base. By changing Thor, especially now that he has been the focus of several high grossing movies, they are hoping to get the feminist/SJW crowds to buy the comics. TL:DR, they changed Thor to use a popular character to sucker the people that usually don't like them into buying the comics.
Anonymous

heroinfriday:

siriusunrelated:

heroinfriday:

Capitalism. Political manipulation.Yay.

And few of the pawns realize they are pawns

-Liv

Seems probable enough. If it is true then it is a genius cash grab. Not sure if it’s worth diminishing Thor, but Marvel isn’t my thing. 

It’s definitely a cash grab but still disrespectful as Fuck.

-Liv

It’s a cash grab, but it’s also an attempt to stir up controversy.

Note how they announced it. They didn’t say a woman was taking over MarvelThor’s role, or that he was out of commission, or anything like that. They chose the most easily misrepresented statement, that they were “making” MarvelThor a woman.

They’re not stupid. They know phrasing it that way will make people look closer into it. And it wouldn’t surprise me if they knew it would make a big influx of attention because their purposefully misrepresented statement angered dedicated fans of the character. And it wouldn’t surprise me if they were hoping for that, and hoping the folks who love girl power for girl power’s sake snatch up copies to spite the alleged sexists.

Problem is they’ve now made their fans look misogynistic and you can bet some women fans will be even more nervous around comic book men than before. They’ve pissed off their main audience, pissed off casual fans who just wanted so see MarvelThor abs, all for what will at best be a short term cash boost and feminist approval, if that. They even made their own fanbase look bad.

This won’t work out well for them no matter the short-term praise, I bet.

the difference between a child not consenting to circumcision vs. a life saving procedure, is that circumcision has no benefits

sjwstupidity:

i-dont-need-feminism:

World Health Organization

There is compelling evidence that male circumcision reduces the risk of heterosexually acquired HIV infection in men by approximately 60%. Three randomized controlled trials have shown that male circumcision provided by well trained health professionals in properly equipped settings is safe.

Centers for Disease Control

Male circumcision reduces the risk that a man will acquire HIV from an infected female partner, and also lowers the risk of other STDs , penile cancer, and infant urinary tract infection.



The only responsible, accurate, and unbiased answer is that the science surrounding routine male circumcision is undecided There is evidence both ways and it is up to individuals to determine their own personal beliefs and act accordingly

These babies won’t be having sex.

They won’t be at risk of contracting HIV unless you plan on molesting them as a small child and you, yourself, have HIV.  So it’s a moot point.  It’s still something that’s not so important that it cannot wait until the child can make an informed decision.

Aren’t condoms more effective than circumcision even using their numbers? If you’re using a barrier method anyway, which people should be doing for health and pregnancy reasons, the circumcision would be moot as it’s more dangerous for no added benefit.

UTIs can be solved with antibiotics like we do with female infants. If you cut off half a body part it’s less likely to get cancer because there half as much body part. Also chances are if sex is less pleasant for you, as what happens with circumcision, you’d be less likely to go out seeking sex with partners who might have STDs.

imminentdeathsyndrome:

imminentdeathsyndrome:

Read the full paper here.

I once saw a picture of a glass of milk get over 100,000 notes on here.
Let’s give this more attention.

fuckingradfems:

ughsocialjustice:

First I will say that I consider myself a feminist. I say that because I acknowledge that in just about all societies, women are generally disadvantaged to the advantage of men. Hence, I am a feminist and not a humanist, egalitarian, equalist, whatever. And I have been one for just about all of…

This entire post is completely ignoring the fact that female MRAs are a thing, especially those of us who used to be feminists and saw that, despite what this poster would have you believe, yes, a lot of feminists are “like that” in real life, not just online.

What a steaming pile of shit this is.

Also, a lot of us ex-feminists are still working out the sexist kinks that the ideology encouraged in us.