Cinnamongirl

Well I've seen your flag on the marble arch,
but love is not a victory march,
Its a cold and Its a broken halleluiah. - LC


Reblogged from ruinedchildhood

ruinedchildhood:

Spongebob is the mother fuckin devil

(via fuckyeahloldemort)

Reblogged from beatlesboobsandbulges

mauridianhallow:

beatlesboobsandbulges:

My dad just said: at your age you’ll probably wanna try a lot of things. Boys, girls, being a girl, being a boy, being punk or goth or spunky. And im okay with that. As long as you don’t come home and tell me youre a republican

parents who care

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Reblogged from allthingswittyandneko
mamawolfsage:

fe-not-phoe:

ginkgobilobas:

captain-snark:

electricjuicebox:

weshoulddrinkfirst:

drummajorisyourfandomready:

eyesslightlyopened:

allthingswittyandneko:

eyesslightlyopened:

scrake:

womenagainstfeminism:

allthingswittyandneko:

Feminist logic.

"Stop objectifying me!!"

OHHOHOOOOO MY GOD BECAUSE WOMEN WEAR CLOTHES PURELY FOR OTHER PEOPLE AND NOT FOR THEMSELVES RIGHT??

Because all men have the brains of peas and if they have breasts in front of them THEY HAVE NO CHOICE BUT TO STOP EVERYTHING AND LOOK. AND NOT STOP LOOKING. AND FORGET THAT THE WOMAN EVEN EXISTS.
Thanks for clearing it up. You see, I thought men were competent human beings ^_____^

Why do you wear a shirt that low cut, or a tube top, or shortshorts with “juicy” written across the ass, if you don’t want men to look at it?

Maybe because I like dressing like that. Maybe its hot outside and I want to let everything out.
Or maybe im a LESBIAN and want WOMEN to look at me ^_____^

fucking hell is it really that foreign a concept that maybe women wear things for THEMSELVES

EVEN IF SHE’S WEARING THE SHIRT IN ORDER TO BE LOOKED AT AND FOUND SEXUALLY APPEALING 
THAT DOESN’T MEAN SHE WANTS TO HAVE A CONVERSATION WITH A PERSON WHO IS NOT ACKNOWLEDGING HER WORDS AND IS SOLELY ACKNOWLEDGING HER BREASTS
holy shit i don’t know why this is such a difficult concept to grasp
do women ever dress sexy because they want people to look at them? YES OF COURSE THEY DObut that doesn’t mean they ONLY want to be found sexy
you might not have noticed, but women are multi-faceted peopleit’s not too much to ask for someone to admire my cleavage and then have a conversation with me in which they treat me like a human being and look me in the eyes while i speak

That last comment, though.


Also, just because women wear something to be found sexually appealing by others doesn’t mean they are dressed that way to be found sexually appealing BY EVERY SINGLE PERSON THEY COME INTO CONTACT WITH.
Just because they wear something provocative so that attractive man with the nice eyes and smile who chats them up and who is charming and interested in who she is can find her sexually appealing doesn’t mean jackasses who think they’ve got a ticket to the free boob show are OWED her time and body because of it. 
like the fuck. Let’s play a really awful logic game here and say you bake a dozen cupcakes and you baked them for the hell of it, you LIKE baking, and damn those cupcakes taste good. So you bring them out with you cos you have some friends that would also LOVE these cupcakes. 
ANd on the way there some asshole just comes up to you and EATS a cupcake, just swipes it right off the fuckin plate. YOu’d be like what the fuck bro. “Oh I’m sorry weren’t these cupcakes meant to be EATIN?”
"Yes.."
"WELL THEN YOU CAN’T BLAME ME FOR EATING THEM THEN CAN YOU???"
"YES YOU FUCKTRUCK COS IT’S MY CUPCAKE AND MY CHOICE WHO I SHARE MY DAMN CUPCAKES WITH. WHAT IS THIS LIKE FUCKIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. I DO NOT HAVE TO SHARE THE BREASTS WITH EVERY ONE IN THE CLASS, THAT IS NOT HOW THAT WORKS."

I like that the concept of women simultaneously wanting to be attractive and treated like a person says loads about the way how men instinctively dehumanize women with sexual agency. It’s like, if a woman is sexually attractive - or worse, if a woman is sexually attractive and knows it - they lose the right to be treated as a person, they’re an object, and you can’t blame men for treating them like that. And it’s really creepy yo

Whenever I try to teach someone why staring at boobs is inappropriate, I shall use “the cupcake analogy”some guy be like “well if she didn’t want me to look, why are they hangin out there?” and I’ll be like “oh, you have not heard the cupcake analogy yet, have you?”

The cupcake analogy is perfect.

mamawolfsage:

fe-not-phoe:

ginkgobilobas:

captain-snark:

electricjuicebox:

weshoulddrinkfirst:

drummajorisyourfandomready:

eyesslightlyopened:

allthingswittyandneko:

eyesslightlyopened:

scrake:

womenagainstfeminism:

allthingswittyandneko:

Feminist logic.

"Stop objectifying me!!"

OHHOHOOOOO MY GOD BECAUSE WOMEN WEAR CLOTHES PURELY FOR OTHER PEOPLE AND NOT FOR THEMSELVES RIGHT??

Because all men have the brains of peas and if they have breasts in front of them THEY HAVE NO CHOICE BUT TO STOP EVERYTHING AND LOOK. AND NOT STOP LOOKING. AND FORGET THAT THE WOMAN EVEN EXISTS.

Thanks for clearing it up. You see, I thought men were competent human beings ^_____^

Why do you wear a shirt that low cut, or a tube top, or shortshorts with “juicy” written across the ass, if you don’t want men to look at it?

Maybe because I like dressing like that. Maybe its hot outside and I want to let everything out.

Or maybe im a LESBIAN and want WOMEN to look at me ^_____^

fucking hell is it really that foreign a concept that maybe women wear things for THEMSELVES

EVEN IF SHE’S WEARING THE SHIRT IN ORDER TO BE LOOKED AT AND FOUND SEXUALLY APPEALING 

THAT DOESN’T MEAN SHE WANTS TO HAVE A CONVERSATION WITH A PERSON WHO IS NOT ACKNOWLEDGING HER WORDS AND IS SOLELY ACKNOWLEDGING HER BREASTS

holy shit i don’t know why this is such a difficult concept to grasp

do women ever dress sexy because they want people to look at them? YES OF COURSE THEY DO
but that doesn’t mean they ONLY want to be found sexy

you might not have noticed, but women are multi-faceted people
it’s not too much to ask for someone to admire my cleavage and then have a conversation with me in which they treat me like a human being and look me in the eyes while i speak

That last comment, though.

Also, just because women wear something to be found sexually appealing by others doesn’t mean they are dressed that way to be found sexually appealing BY EVERY SINGLE PERSON THEY COME INTO CONTACT WITH.

Just because they wear something provocative so that attractive man with the nice eyes and smile who chats them up and who is charming and interested in who she is can find her sexually appealing doesn’t mean jackasses who think they’ve got a ticket to the free boob show are OWED her time and body because of it. 

like the fuck. Let’s play a really awful logic game here and say you bake a dozen cupcakes and you baked them for the hell of it, you LIKE baking, and damn those cupcakes taste good. So you bring them out with you cos you have some friends that would also LOVE these cupcakes. 

ANd on the way there some asshole just comes up to you and EATS a cupcake, just swipes it right off the fuckin plate. YOu’d be like what the fuck bro. “Oh I’m sorry weren’t these cupcakes meant to be EATIN?”

"Yes.."

"WELL THEN YOU CAN’T BLAME ME FOR EATING THEM THEN CAN YOU???"

"YES YOU FUCKTRUCK COS IT’S MY CUPCAKE AND MY CHOICE WHO I SHARE MY DAMN CUPCAKES WITH. WHAT IS THIS LIKE FUCKIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. I DO NOT HAVE TO SHARE THE BREASTS WITH EVERY ONE IN THE CLASS, THAT IS NOT HOW THAT WORKS."

I like that the concept of women simultaneously wanting to be attractive and treated like a person says loads about the way how men instinctively dehumanize women with sexual agency. It’s like, if a woman is sexually attractive - or worse, if a woman is sexually attractive and knows it - they lose the right to be treated as a person, they’re an object, and you can’t blame men for treating them like that. And it’s really creepy yo

Whenever I try to teach someone why staring at boobs is inappropriate, I shall use “the cupcake analogy”

some guy be like “well if she didn’t want me to look, why are they hangin out there?” and I’ll be like “oh, you have not heard the cupcake analogy yet, have you?”

The cupcake analogy is perfect.

(via cornmuffinwithextraabutter)

Reblogged from mostly-perfect

judedeluca:

Look what’s skullking around.

(Source: mostly-perfect, via florentine-assassin)

Reblogged from inferiorflannel

inferiorflannel:

notpatrickstumph:

thelifeandtimesofvictoria:

justinshouseofdreams:

how to be gamer:

  • play game
  • congratulation u r gamer now
  • anyone says ur not
  • hit them with game device

Don’t hit them with the console! It’s expensive and pretty darn crucial to the playing of games. Hit them with something less precious.

Like their severed arm.

I like the way you think

(via cornmuffinwithextraabutter)

Reblogged from facebooksexism
forbiddencomma:

feminishblog:

facebooksexism:

defendersofthefaithh:

facebooksexism:

__________
Ok, I don’t really have a clue what’s going on here. But I found the article. This woman sounds like a nightmare, however, let’s not get this twisted:
1) The judge is listed as “John Harrow” and there are no references to that person being a woman.
2) This isn’t about “women wanting equal rights” in the slightest. Why is this one case evidence against all sexism?

This is why I hate feminism in the west. American ladies, shut your pickle ticklers, visit the Middle East. Then come back and tell me how bad you have it….

Oh look, it’s one of those shit bags who says an MRA canned talking point and thinks they’ve made a profound contribution to life.
Get bent.

Really the major difference I see here is that women aren’t making excuses for this woman. We’re like, yeah, she sounds like some sort of terrible, horrifying monster. When this happens to women over and over and over again by way of a man, men make jokes and excuses, and call the victim a bitch.
Also, why do they pretend to be invested in the Middle east and Non-Western women only as a way to diminish the experiences of other women. Don’t pretend like they’re anything more than your mascot when convenient. You don’t give a fuck about them, or any woman.
Also, I googled this story. And found some poor/inconsistent information - for starters: in half the pictures she’s identified as the blonde white woman, and in others, she’s the black woman.

Yes exactly, if it were a man who had done that to a woman, the MRAs would not be condemning him. They would be saying, “bitch had it coming” or “look what you get for friendzoning him you c**t.” (assuming for the sake of the argument that the original story was real, which it might not be given the source as the Daily Fail has less credibility than the National Enquirer)
The other difference would be: if a man had done this to a woman, it would not have made the news. Male violence against women is just so common and, in a way, accepted, that it isn’t even a news story unless the victim is a celebrity like Rihanna.

forbiddencomma:

feminishblog:

facebooksexism:

defendersofthefaithh:

facebooksexism:

__________

Ok, I don’t really have a clue what’s going on here. But I found the article. This woman sounds like a nightmare, however, let’s not get this twisted:

1) The judge is listed as “John Harrow” and there are no references to that person being a woman.

2) This isn’t about “women wanting equal rights” in the slightest. Why is this one case evidence against all sexism?

This is why I hate feminism in the west. American ladies, shut your pickle ticklers, visit the Middle East. Then come back and tell me how bad you have it….

Oh look, it’s one of those shit bags who says an MRA canned talking point and thinks they’ve made a profound contribution to life.

Get bent.

Really the major difference I see here is that women aren’t making excuses for this woman. We’re like, yeah, she sounds like some sort of terrible, horrifying monster. When this happens to women over and over and over again by way of a man, men make jokes and excuses, and call the victim a bitch.

Also, why do they pretend to be invested in the Middle east and Non-Western women only as a way to diminish the experiences of other women. Don’t pretend like they’re anything more than your mascot when convenient. You don’t give a fuck about them, or any woman.

Also, I googled this story. And found some poor/inconsistent information - for starters: in half the pictures she’s identified as the blonde white woman, and in others, she’s the black woman.

Yes exactly, if it were a man who had done that to a woman, the MRAs would not be condemning him. They would be saying, “bitch had it coming” or “look what you get for friendzoning him you c**t.” (assuming for the sake of the argument that the original story was real, which it might not be given the source as the Daily Fail has less credibility than the National Enquirer)

The other difference would be: if a man had done this to a woman, it would not have made the news. Male violence against women is just so common and, in a way, accepted, that it isn’t even a news story unless the victim is a celebrity like Rihanna.

(via florentine-assassin)

Reblogged from ecklecticsoul

dynastylnoire:

ecklecticsoul:

{Strolling Series by Cecile Emeke}

Sexism,Patriarchy,Racism and Colonialsm.Full Discourse

watch this video.

it is soooooooo good

(via bitethepatriarchy)

Reblogged from larstheyeti
larstheyeti:

Nobody cares what you think, stomach. [theawkwardyeti]

larstheyeti:

Nobody cares what you think, stomach. [theawkwardyeti]

(via tastefullyoffensive)

Reblogged from fooodology

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Reblogged from heliolisk

3ch0-lokshun:

speakintongueandcheek:

shisnojon:

heliolisk:

any cookie is bite sized if you try hard enough

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ANY COOKIE IS BITE SIZED IF YOU TRY HARD ENOUGH

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NOT ALL COOKIES

(via ruinedchildhood)