The thing I hate most about “not all men" guys, or men who are affronted by the idea that they are schrodinger’s rapist, is that they act like women enjoy feeling that men may be dangerous. As if it’s something to lord over men rather than a shitty part of existing as a woman.
I know good and well that most men are not going to harm me, rape me, or harass me. When talking to an individual man, I don’t generally think “he’s probably a rapist.” but since I don’t know if he is, it doesn’t matter. This is particularly true because I know that if I let my guard down (and I have) and something bad happens to me, I will be blamed for it (and I have been).
Then of course I feel silly - because I know that many men think I’m silly - for taking seemingly unnecessary precautions to protect my own safety. These men complain about the multitudes of women who, for some reason, seem to feel unsafe, but do absolutely nothing about the scores of men among them who make women feel unsafe and create a climate in which women cannot fully trust men.
Not to mention that it’s just all around shitty to think that not being trusted without reservations is comparable to feeling justifiably afraid for your safety and bodily autonomy.
this guy fieri cake is slowly destroying my life
By Erica Kuschel
Oh my god
Chase put a hole through the tent stalls and is very happy with his achievement
Still // Daughter
"Hate is spitting out each other’s mouths, but we’re still sleeping like we’re lovers"
|—||Overheard at The Washington Post|
"free speech" is my fav. thing nerds resort to to defend their opinions they’re literally saying "I am completely out of coherent defences for my opinion so I’m just going to state that it’s not legal for you to arrest me for it" am i supposed to respond with "its ok im not a cop" or what i dunno
i’m not like other girls. actually, i’m nothing like other girls. and that girl u saw get on the bus earlier isn’t like other girls either. it’s surprising, really. it’s almost as if everybody is different from each other. holy shit
The Pope’s last audible words, on hearing tens of thousands of young people singing in St. Peter’s Square as he lay in his deathbed, Friday, April 1, 2005: “I sought you out and now you come to me. Thank you.”
i am 100% for women responding very rudely and aggressively to disgusting unsolicited messages or dick pics from men on the internet
^^^^^^^^ I support this message with everything I have, except my penis, of which you will not be getting unwanted AND/OR unsolicited pics about.
excuse me hello 911 i have an emergency
yes hes finding a way to talk about his penis anyway