1. snowywolfgirl:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

NIGHT TIME
TIME FOR A CAT PARTY
HUMAN
HUMAN DANCE WITH US 


Dͬͫ͊̎҉҉̛̬̣͚A̱̫̩̣̫̎ͫͤͨ̂̆̋͘͜Ņ̷̣̱̇ͤ͗͛̚C̛̞̜͕̖̤̥̱ͤ̚È̡͓͚ͯ́ ̣̩ͬ̀̋̐̿́ͨͧ̀͟W̛̼͇͍͕̄ͨ̓̅ͬ̔ͮ̃͘͠Ȋ̷̶̧̳̖ͫ̎͑̿͊̚T̨̳̬͙̥̆ͧ̂̒ͅHͦ̽͐̀̿ͫͧ̌͏ͅ ̔̊̈͐͗͡͏̜͓̀Ư̡̛͈͕̯͕̹ͪ̎͆S͇̗͕͚̳̻͒͐̍̄ͯ̒̚͠,̷̢͎̥̻͗͗͌͌́̀̚ ̟̺̟̜̼͔ͨ͒̒͟H̯̆͐͡U̅̀̽ͦ́ͥ́͆͏̦̰̙̲͔̟͜M̡̭̫̰̰̭̘̬ͬ͑̍ͮ̄̓A̯̫͕̲͗ͩ̏̊̔͛Nͤ͏̷̞̩͎̦̱.̵̟͔̟̓͒̾͡

Why sleep when you can dance fwith us!
Mr. Meowserz

    snowywolfgirl:

    thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

    NIGHT TIME

    TIME FOR A CAT PARTY

    HUMAN

    HUMAN DANCE WITH US 

    Dͬͫ͊̎҉҉̛̬̣͚A̱̫̩̣̫̎ͫͤͨ̂̆̋͘͜Ņ̷̣̱̇ͤ͗͛̚C̛̞̜͕̖̤̥̱ͤ̚È̡͓͚ͯ́ ̣̩ͬ̀̋̐̿́ͨͧ̀͟W̛̼͇͍͕̄ͨ̓̅ͬ̔ͮ̃͘͠Ȋ̷̶̧̳̖ͫ̎͑̿͊̚T̨̳̬͙̥̆ͧ̂̒ͅHͦ̽͐̀̿ͫͧ̌͏ͅ ̔̊̈͐͗͡͏̜͓̀Ư̡̛͈͕̯͕̹ͪ̎͆S͇̗͕͚̳̻͒͐̍̄ͯ̒̚͠,̷̢͎̥̻͗͗͌͌́̀̚ ̟̺̟̜̼͔ͨ͒̒͟H̯̆͐͡U̅̀̽ͦ́ͥ́͆͏̦̰̙̲͔̟͜M̡̭̫̰̰̭̘̬ͬ͑̍ͮ̄̓A̯̫͕̲͗ͩ̏̊̔͛Nͤ͏̷̞̩͎̦̱.̵̟͔̟̓͒̾͡

    Why sleep when you can dance fwith us!

    Mr. Meowserz

    (Source: magicalteatime, via cushfuddled)

  2. ravensrandoms:

drziggystardust:

skeptikhaleesi:

Some interesting info: This is very reminiscent of the Baby X experiments, in which it was discovered that people reacted differently to a baby’s behavior depending on whether or not they believed the baby to be male or female.  People were asked to watch a video of a baby reacting to a startling image (a Jack-in-the-box popping up), and describe the baby’s emotional state.  When people believed the baby to be female, they described the baby as being scared and upset; when they thought the baby was male, they perceived the baby to be angry.  This was very telling, as it showed that literally identical behavior could be construed differently based on the perceived gender of the subject.

Now imagine a lifetime of gender specific socialization- male anger is par for the course while the same emotion in a woman is personal weakness. Ha oh sorry don’t have to imagine THAT’S REALITY 

Yes.

Sociologically-stunted are humans, as proven here.
Yoda

    ravensrandoms:

    drziggystardust:

    skeptikhaleesi:

    Some interesting info: This is very reminiscent of the Baby X experiments, in which it was discovered that people reacted differently to a baby’s behavior depending on whether or not they believed the baby to be male or female.  People were asked to watch a video of a baby reacting to a startling image (a Jack-in-the-box popping up), and describe the baby’s emotional state.  When people believed the baby to be female, they described the baby as being scared and upset; when they thought the baby was male, they perceived the baby to be angry.  This was very telling, as it showed that literally identical behavior could be construed differently based on the perceived gender of the subject.

    Now imagine a lifetime of gender specific socialization- male anger is par for the course while the same emotion in a woman is personal weakness. Ha oh sorry don’t have to imagine THAT’S REALITY 

    Yes.

    Sociologically-stunted are humans, as proven here.

    Yoda

    (Source: queergraffiti, via cushfuddled)

  3. exgynocraticgrrl:

    Refusing to be a Man: Essays on Sex and Justice

    By John Stoltenberg

    More can be said against pornography in all its forms, but this is an excellent primer on the history (and WHY isn’t it HERSTORY? Hmmm?) of political activity against this symbol of one of the most insidious tools of man(un)kind’s oppression of women and girls.

    My hat’s off to exgynocraticgrrl for this piece of history which, if ignored, may be repeated as so often happens.

  4. Why we truly need feminism today...and FURTHERMORE...»

    I love what Laci Green has done with the “I Am A Feminist video on YouTube.
    This Scottish/Irish white male over 40 stands ready, willing and able (nay, EAGER!) to slap some reality onto anyone who plays fiddlesticks with the rights of women, whether in my presence or not. I cannot and do not tolerate subliminal, subjective, objective or any other permutation of discrimination based on factors which cannot be changed (gender, orientation, image (body, clothing, ornamentation, ability/disability, preference, etc.). I can, will and DO fully and completely support opposition AGAINST those who do discriminate when it directly harms a fellow human. I have no qualms, no reservations and no fear because we all FEEL PAIN and we all MUST DIE. But if I have anything to say about it we’re all going to do it on our own terms and WITHOUT the infliction of additional, unnecessary pain by those who are devoid of compassion. For those who would inflict their issues upon another I have compassion as well, the main difference being that such compassion is delivered via my “educating” them on the spot as to the error of their ways.

    I, too am sick and tired of women being treated like second-class citizens, when they clearly have contributed, at the very LEAST, HALF of what the males of this world have (Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Soren Kierkegaard, Leo Tolstoy, J.S. Bach, Wolfgang Mozart, Albert Camus, Franz Kafka, Andrew Carnegie, Sophocles, Aristotle, Homer, Abraham Lincoln, Buddha Gautama, Jesus of Nazareth, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Samuel Adams, Thomas Paine, Confucius, Mencius, Hannibal, Chief Justice Oliver W. Holmes, W.E.B. Du Bois, Langston Hughes, Nelson Mandela, Richard Wright, Carl Sagan, Bruce Lee, all lf them role models in their own right - must I go on?), yet ALL were carried in the womb of a WOMAN, nursed by a WOMAN, and without such WOMEN these MEN would not have existed at all (and neither would I).

    I salute Laci Green for her courage, her passion, her dedication to the cause, and because she grows the hair under her arms(!). I’d kiss her cheek, however I’ve never been to California, I could get into trouble with my Pookie, and of course, I’d need to ask Laci’s permission to demonstrate my fondness for her mentality, linguistic agility, boldness and forthrightness in advancing the causes in which she believes with such passion and vivacity! So, Ms. Green, a big, heartfelt, gentle MUAH from this old white guy to you. ROCK ON with your bad self!

    The Raging Scotsman

    tinydemonkittensdoitbetter:

    I watched one of Laci Green’s videos “Why I’m a Feminist” and I was disturbed by the comments section. Completely and utterly disturbed. People were accusing her of using false statistics and “propaganda” to fuel her video. That she was lying to try and get attention and that because she shows…

  5. I admire courage, especially women’s courage in the face of men’s B.S.

    This is something which I felt compelled to comment upon, and since I left a comment (the first) on the page, it seemed, along with the current conversation on my page, an appropriate time to post this link. Feel free to read, absorb, appreciate, and comment: http://www.gradientlair.com/post/91174567798/street-harassment-excuses-bingo

  6. coketalk:

"An Illustrated Guide to American Personhood" by Sarah Baker

And to think that we let all of this happen through our ignorance of the laws of our own nation and its legal process for making those laws. Should we, as the People, decide on fine day to take it upon ourselves to BOTHER to comprehend those things, to truly know and understand where things went so very, very wrong, we would likely come to conclusion, collectively speaking, that REVOLUTION is the only way things can get better. IMHO, organically. The revolution of the INDIVIDUAL, as against the corporate. The revolution of the oppressed, as against men’s oppression of women. The revolution of liberty, as against the perennial takers/users/developers ruling society’s direction. The revolution of the humane treatment of strangers as against the enslavement of others by man(un)kind. The revolution of the body politic, as against the politics-as-usual. The revolution must begin within our own minds, before our hearts take control of our compassionate resistance to all things corporate and so many things government.

The time has come for the revolution of the INDIVIDUAL as a NEW COLLECTIVE, the interests and well-being of the individual being paramount to the interests of BUSINESS.
This is MY blog and I’ll let it all hang out.Peace, out.
for now…

    coketalk:

    "An Illustrated Guide to American Personhood" by Sarah Baker

    And to think that we let all of this happen through our ignorance of the laws of our own nation and its legal process for making those laws. Should we, as the People, decide on fine day to take it upon ourselves to BOTHER to comprehend those things, to truly know and understand where things went so very, very wrong, we would likely come to conclusion, collectively speaking, that REVOLUTION is the only way things can get better. IMHO, organically.
    The revolution of the INDIVIDUAL, as against the corporate. The revolution of the oppressed, as against men’s oppression of women. The revolution of liberty, as against the perennial takers/users/developers ruling society’s direction. The revolution of the humane treatment of strangers as against the enslavement of others by man(un)kind. The revolution of the body politic, as against the politics-as-usual. The revolution must begin within our own minds, before our hearts take control of our compassionate resistance to all things corporate and so many things government.

    The time has come for the revolution of the INDIVIDUAL as a NEW COLLECTIVE, the interests and well-being of the individual being paramount to the interests of BUSINESS.

    This is MY blog and I’ll let it all hang out.
    Peace, out.

    for now…

    (via cushfuddled)

  7. misandry-mermaid:

    scandalouslyfollowing:

    This woman was born before women were legally allowed to vote.

    So don’t think for a second that she’s joking when she sees you trying to take that right away, Republicans.

    The fact that she represents their largest demographic in terms of support oughta scare the bejesus out of them, too.

    HAH!

    (Source: schwoozie, via cushfuddled)

  8. http://dragonsupremacy.tumblr.com/post/90512900164/minority-thirsty-the-hate-for-boring-dictionary»

    minority-thirsty:

    The hate for boring dictionary definition gay people, particularly lesbians, runs so deep among trans and queer people on tumblr. They’re ready to jump on any of us for any little thing that doesn’t explicitly include them or implicitly has the nerve not to cater to them….

    I’m not convinced there isn’t some compassion lacking here (in the conflict as you see it). Especially since every party seems to have carved out their own “Territory” as regards sexuality and the beliefs surrounding it. We are all sexual beings, with preferences and likes/dislikes. When we can’t (or won’t) just leave it at that and live and let live, think and let think, then aren’t we part of the problem, not part of a solution?

    (Source: medusasseveredhead)

  9. gynocraticgrrl:

    Cognitive therapist Mary Anne Layden on predatorial permission-giving beliefs and the grooming of victims in a porned digital-information age.

    "When information is passed using words the listener typically weighs and assesses the believability of the message. When we hear words we tend to hear them as ideas or opinions, often the listener is counter-arguing against those ideas inside their heads. You can be deciding right now that what I’m saying doesn’t make any sense and you can be challenging my verbal statements internally. But unlike words, pictures don’t work that way.

    None of you are counter-arguing against the fact that I’m sitting here or that this is a table. Pictures are mentally processed as events, as facts, and are stored unbuffered and unchallenged. If you see it, then it happened and is true. Pictures are truly worth a thousand words.

    The Internet is an ideal medium for the spread of sexual permission giving beliefs. The sexual Internet sites by their very nature say that sex is a commodity for sale. Anything that you can buy, you can steal.

    Sexual images of women and children are entertainment, sexual access becomes an entitlement, the individuals who are in these pictures do not appear to feel degraded, abused, physically and visually invaded. They appear to be enjoying the interaction. It’s an event.

    Perpetrators now ‘know’ that children like to have sex with adults, they know it’s true because they have seen it. Perpetrators show these images to children to break down the inhibitions of children. Children now ‘know’ that children like to have sex with adults. They know it’s true because they have seen it.

    For both the predator and the child these images produce permission-giving beliefs.” - Dr. Mary Anne Layden, Porn in Library

    Please feel free to share this information as the truth of our reality today. Sad, pathetic even, is our existence when human beings degrade one another and justify it with lies.

    (Source: exgynocraticgrrl, via dragonsupremacy)

  10. Ms. Ingraham’s vaporous vapidity

    Concerning the following article, http://tinyurl.com/l6n46wm, it seems “methinks the lady doth protest too much” with regard to Ms. Ingraham’s accusation. Indeed, I truly wonder just what exactly SHE has been smoking of late. I doubt SCOTUS (Supreme Court of the United States) would approved, unless of course she has a prescription for it(!).

    Having shopped at Hobby Lobby but twice, I can only say that it seemed strange to me that everything (I mean: EVERY THING) in that store is manufactured in China. Now, the owners of HL cannot be unaware of the predicament they are now facing: with every purchase, American consumers are telling HL that it’s okay to be a morally ambiguous hypocrite, so long as the stuff you sell me is cheap enough. Never mind that every product you sell comes from a nation whose rule of law prevents families from having more than 1 female child, or more than two total children. Forget for a moment that the Chinese government forcibly aborts MILLIONS of children (or causes their deaths by decree) every year. No matter. We Americans at least are not filthy communists, with no belief in God (or any religion for that matter). Somehow, some way, that makes us BETTER than the Chinese. Is that really the message our fervently religious corporations are sending us? Obviously, as far as SCOTUS is concerned, corporations have the RIGHT to inflict their hypocritical belief systems upon their employees, so long as they don’t curtail the same behaviors by those same employees. Perverse, isn’t it? And here I thought there we two kinds of law, one for the rich, and one for the poor. Apparently this ruling has turned that notion on its head.

    The mere fact that SCOTUS ruled in 1888 that a corporation (that Webster’s had defined at that point in history, for whatever that’s worth) as a “ficitonal entity existing only on paper” in Pembina Consolidated Silver Mining Co. v. Pennsylvania – 125 U.S. 181 (1888), is where the entire problem began. After clearly affirming this doctrine (though poisonous to individual liberties), Scotus wrote: “Under the designation of ‘person’ there is no doubt that a private corporation is included [in the Fourteenth Amendment]. Such corporations are merely associations of individuals united for a special purpose and permitted to do business under a particular name and have a succession of members without dissolution.”


    THIS is where American Capitalism was reborn into the beast it has now grown into, with corporations telling our national government what to do, and local governments adopting this “mantle of power” be refashioning themselves as “municipal corporations.” This is the source of the old maxim, “You can’t fight City Hall” my fellow Americans. Americans have long remained ignorant of their laws, which is one reason those in power ensured that this ignorance could be used as a tool of the powerful; which is why you can and will be punished regardless of whether you knew you were breaking a law. Of course, it is completely ridiculous today, since there currently are over 10,000 laws in America, so NOBODY, not even SCOTUS, can possibly know them all. Therefore the “Ignorance of the law is no excuse” theory of guilt is thrown out the window, or at least it should be. But SCOTUS thinks otherwise.

    You see, corporations are NOT “natural persons” - they are UTTERLY UNNATURAL, fictional entities. The mere fact they are operated by natural persons does not, in any normative sense of the word “logic” - give them any standing to claim the right to inflict their religious beliefs upon others in the workplace. But, the Eeediots who work at these places don’t seem (for the most part) to mind if their employer rams their hypocritical religious beliefs down the throats of their workers, and apparently neither do “the Supremes.” What SCOTUS and so many American just haven’t caught onto is one simple, yet terrifyingly creepy fact: this ruling paves the way for your employer to regulate your activities, indeed, to affect your liberty, in ways you cannot yet imagine.

    By the way, when I said “hypocritical beliefs” I should have put it all in CAPS. Everything, and I do mean EVERY PRODUCT sold at Hobby Lobby is made and sold by China. Yes, that’s right, folks. So the “natural person” whose religious beliefs direct them to save the unborn also demand of them to purchase all of their goods from a nation which practices ABORTION by government decree. Funny, isn’t it, how the morally bankrupt and intellectually stunted manage somehow to make an argument that SCOTUS can approve of? What does that say about the highest court in our land? American legal hypocrisy at it’s finest moment.

    The simple fact is, as an American citizen, you have NO RIGHTS unless you can AFFORD TO DEFEND THEM IN COURT. Heck, you can check with O.J. to verify that truth. So it naturally follows that, since a corporation has more money than the individual, the corporations’ rights apparently matter MORE than those of the individual in this our “nation of laws” since they have the MONEY to defend those rights.

    Unless and until everyday Americans EDUCATE themselves on their laws and their rights under those laws, those liberties you take for granted (such as speaking your mind in a blog) will one day be curtailed as well, until eventually your liberty is a complete illusion. Mark my words, that day is not far off. After all, the government already has the ability to know everything you say and much of what you think. How far off do YOU think “pre-crime” could be, eh? Chew on that for a minute…

    Ms. Ingraham, I think you ought to reconsider. Perhaps you are the one “suffering from the vapors” at this point; at least, your position is full of hot air, to be sure.

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