So lemme get this straight
this is ok and sexy and fun haha
This is ok and artsy and oh wow how modern
THIS IS OBSCENE WHAT A SLUT I CANNOT BELIEVE THIS IS WHAT SHES DOING THIS IS MADDNESS HOW DARE SHE WHAT A SLUT WHAT DOES HER FATHER THINK I AM GOING TO FAINT
Is this correct?
reblogging a gain
Because naked women have to be under a man’s control or else they’re dangerous and scary
Only 33% of teenagers who have been in abusive relationships have told someone about it – and more often than not, the person that they go to is a friend. The awesome part about that is that teens do feel like they have some support system. The problem is that their friends are usually equally clueless as to how to help them.
One of the most disturbing scenes in Disney’s “Aladdin” is when Jasmine must pretend to seduce Jaffar in order to distract him. The clothing that the animators chose to put her in, complete with the shackles, are all a white, colonial wet dream. And she’s the only Disney princess who’s had to use her body in this way to distract someone. Then there’s this scene in “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” where Esmeralda is shimmying her hips and breasts and basically ends with a pole-dance sequence: a far cry from the delicate waltzes and pirouettes that Belle and Aurora dance. The simultaneous fascination and revulsion that Whiteness has for WOC bodies are unmistakably evident in Disney’s posturing of Jasmine and Esmeralda.
A black male could not offer his hand (to shake hands) with a white male because it implied being socially equal. Obviously, a black male could not offer his hand or any other part of his body to a white woman, because he risked being accused of rape.
Blacks and whites were not supposed to eat together. If they did eat together, whites were to be served first, and some sort of partition was to be placed between them.
Under no circumstance was a black male to offer to light the cigarette of a white female — that gesture implied intimacy.
Blacks were not allowed to show public affection toward one another in public, especially kissing, because it offended whites.
Jim Crow etiquette prescribed that blacks were introduced to whites, never whites to blacks. For example: “Mr. Peters (the white person), this is Charlie (the black person), that I spoke to you about.”
Whites did not use courtesy titles of respect when referring to blacks, for example, Mr., Mrs., Miss., Sir, or Ma’am. Instead, blacks were called by their first names. Blacks had to use courtesy titles when referring to whites, and were not allowed to call them by their first names.
If a black person rode in a car driven by a white person, the black person sat in the back seat, or the back of a truck.
White motorists had the right-of-way at all intersections.
My suburban white friends were so confused that my parents introduced themselves as Mr. and Mrs. and that I always addressed adults that way. They just don’t know. And I don’t know how popular of a trend this was, but some Black folks gave their children honorifics as first names so white people would have no choice but to call them ‘Mister’ or ‘Sir’. Like, I know tangentially of a woman who’s first name is Doctor.
“Blacks were not allowed to show public affection toward one another in public, especially kissing, because it offended whites.”
Can we look at this one right here real close?
POC in intimate relationships showing each other affection *was considered offensive*. I am kinda wondering, given the absence of intra poc relationships in mass media, if it still is considered as such.
PRECISELY WHAT CAUGHT MY EYE. DA FUCK?????????????????
Well looking at this post, yes
The point is, that regardless of other fandoms, the bronies in the MLP fandom are the loudest and most self entitled group of men which has earned them that reputation. They separate themselves from other MLP fans regardless of age or gender because their male egos are literally too sensitive to handle liking a show aimed at girls without trying to maintain some semblance of masculinity. Do you see female fans of shows aimed at men giving themselves separate names? Do you see ‘Transisters’ or ‘Whogirls’ or any other kind of group who have separated themselves so flatly from the rest of the fandom? Me neither.
It’s because these so called ‘bronies’ don’t like the fact that they aren’t the target audience. In fact, they are so frightened of liking a show that does not cater to them in any way that they literally force it into the fandom.
Yeah, ever fandom has it’s porn writers and drawers. The difference is, hardly any of those fandoms are /focused at little girls/. It’s actually gross that a bunch of stuff that was designed to empower young girls has been appropriated by a male group for their own needs, to the point where the /creators of the show are noticing and intervening/ (see, princess molestia). And when confronted with the fact the show doesn’t cater to their needs and never will? They cry wolf and say ‘u dang feminists and sjws god it’s just a show and PORN IS EERYWHERE WHY IS THAT DIFFERENT 2 MY BESTIAL HORSE PORN’.
The point, my friend, is that these men are so used to having everything handed to them on a silver platter that as soon as something pops up that isn’t for them, they scream ‘oppression’ (see: mylittlemra).
Bronies are literally so self entitled, fragile and narrow minded that they created their own little offset of a show aimed at little girls to cater to their own manly needs.
Because god forbid a dude like something for girls without turning it around to suit him, right?
When a friend asked about why bronies call themselves bonies, someone responded asking what my point was when i responded.
this was my reply.
they then went on to say ‘guess what, you’re just completely wrong’.
poor old neckbeard.
reblogging here bc there’s all kinds of rape culture stuff in the bronie-verse
if you’re an ally you shouldn’t be in other people’s safe spaces you should be outside with a fucking sword protecting the vulnerable people you claim to be allies to
If you don’t understand why people don’t like the big bang theory, once in an episode the cast was at a comic store browsing and a woman walked in, and one of the leads said “Is she lost?” and that was the joke.
Today I am thinking of women too often ignored or even hurt by the feminist movement. Trans* women, women of color, disabled women, fat women, queer women, elderly women, poor women, women in prison, women who are sex workers, women who are undocumented, women who are more than one of the above. Today is your day, too. I celebrate you and your strengths.
I think I reblogged this last International Women’s Day, and I will probably reblog it next International Women’s Day. Although, to be honest, it should be reblogged every.single.day.