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7th February 2014

Quote reblogged from Nyxxology with 67,251 notes

The violence we teach our sons in teaching them to Be Men is the same that keeps us up at night worrying about our daughters.

(via moeyhashy)

yes. yes. yes. yes. yes.

(via postwhitesociety)

Tagged: sexism

Source: moeyhashy

26th January 2014

Link reblogged from Arianna Simpson with 481 notes

This is What it's Like to Be a Woman at a Bitcoin Meetup →

ariannasimpson:

The other night my good friend & fellow cryptoenthusiast Ryan Shea suggested we head to a new Bitcoin meetup neither of us had been to before. I agreed to meet him there, and though the conversation was stimulating, much of the experience was pretty demeaning.

I walk in and a group of…

Tagged: bitcoinsexismbigotrycryptocurrency

13th January 2014

Photoset reblogged from You Don't Need To Follow Me with 6,573 notes

gynocraticgrrl:

"So there’s a lot of silence about it, there’s a lot of tip-toeing, but we need to point out how these artists are really middle-men, that the big winners here are the industry. That they’re making money off of the deeply, destructive representations of black people, especially black women that is unprecedented. If Puffy’s got 400 million we know that the industry at large is making hundreds of millions of dollars off of these representations."

Video Vixen: The Sexualization of Women of Color in the Hip-Hop Industry

Tagged: sexismfemmebigotrycapitalism

Source: gynocraticgrrl

25th November 2013

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Yesterday somebody on Facebook told me that feminism elevates women at the expense of men, that its agenda to validate women emasculates us guys.

He was right.

For men, the rise of feminism has relegated us to second-class status. Inequality and discrimination have become part of our everyday lives.

Because of feminism, men can no longer walk down the street without fear of being catcalled, harassed, or even sexually assaulted by women. When he is assaulted, the man is blamed – the way he dressed he was “asking for it”.

Because of feminism, there are no major Christian conferences about how to act like men, where thousands of men can celebrate their manliness and Jesus (and perhaps poke fun at female stereotypes).

Because of feminism, church stages and spotlights are often dominated by women. Men are encouraged to just serve in the nursery or kitchen. Sometimes men are even told to stay silent in church.

Because of feminism, women make more money than man in the same jobs.

Because of feminism, it’s hard to find a movie with a heroic male lead anymore. Most blockbusters feature a brave woman who saves the world and gets a token man as a trophy for her accomplishments.

Because of feminism, women’s professional sports are a massively profitable enterprise where women are globally idolized. Men only appear briefly, before commercial breaks, when they’re objectified for their bodies.

Because of feminism, all birth control is covered for women without question or debate, while men have to fight to get insurance companies to pay for their Viagra prescriptions. When men do speak up about this, leaders of the “family friendly” right wing labels them “sluts” and “whores”.

Because of feminism, the male body is constantly under public scrutiny. If a man appears topless on TV, it’s a national scandal resulting in huge fines and boycotts. Bloggers regularly write about how we need to be more mindful of the ways our clothing choices tempt women to sin. Satirists insist that shorts “aren’t really pants” and then men should cover up because “nobody wants to see that”.

Because of feminism, men are not represented in the White House, and women hold over 80% of the seats in Congress. When a man runs for office, his physical appearance and clothing choices are discussed almost as much as his policies and ideas.

Because of feminism, men must fight for a voice in the public sphere. In issues of theology, politics, science, and philosophy, the female perspective is often considered default, normal, and unbiased. Male perspectives are dismissed for being too subjective or too emotional. When we speak up, we are often dismissed as angry, rebellious, subversive, or dangerous.

But stay strong, bros.

One day we’ll all be equal.

— Micah J. Murray “How feminism hurts men”
http://redemptionpictures.com/2013/11/12/how-feminism-hurts-men/  (via limb-of-satan)

Tagged: femmebigotrysexism

Source: aboredchica

13th November 2013

Photo reblogged from Do You Hear the People Sing? with 76 notes

amodernmanifesto:

Fight Patriarchy by Party9999999

amodernmanifesto:

Fight Patriarchy by Party9999999

Tagged: femmebigotrysexism

18th October 2013

Photoset reblogged from Who are you people with 91,821 notes

fernacular:

Welcome to: If Male Superhero Costumes were Designed Like Female Superhero Costumes!

Aaaaa I dunno. I got tired of guys having no idea why girls find female superhero’s costumes kinda sexist, so I, um, made this?

My main goals were: 1) Make it so the first thing you think of when you look at them is sex, whether you want to or not. 2) make it so that any male human who looks at this feels really uncomfortable. 3) make it funny, because, well, it’s kinda hilarious really.

Not trying to start a war here, just wanted to poke a bit of fun.

So, here you go menfolk, welcome to being a girl who likes comics.

But the Batman one is kinda hot.

Tagged: superherosuperheroessexismbigotryfashion

18th October 2013

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aseaofquotes:

Claire Contreras, Darkness Before Dawn

No.

aseaofquotes:

Claire Contreras, Darkness Before Dawn

No.

Tagged: who are these people?the sexual aesthetic of victimhoodbigotrysexism

Source: aseaofquotes

17th October 2013

Photoset reblogged from Nyxxology with 49,636 notes

fuckyeahwomenprotesting:

stfueverything:

whtbout2ndbrkfst:

If you want to know why gender stereotypes exist, take a good look at the difference between Girl’s Life and Boy’s Life Magazines. While Boy’s Life pushes boys to get outside and explore nature, Girl’s Life tells girls they should be worrying about fashion. While Boy’s Life offers stories of Scouts they can model themselves after, Girl’s Life asks if Facebook is ruining their love life. And, my personal favorite, while Boy’s Life gives it’s readers jokes so they can be the center of attention Girl’s Life posits, “Do You Know When to Shut Up?”

This is the message we’re giving our children.

this is why we need feminism

When I was in Girl Guides I was a very competitive child. I got my hands on a Boy Scout Handbook and compared the badge requirements. I was incensed to find that the standards for boy’s badges were higher, even in the HOUSEKEEPING area. It taught me a great deal about the way boys’ and girls’ competencies are decided by the prejudices of those who set the parameters of their worlds.

After that, I wouldn’t even try out for a badge unless I could pass the equivalent boy’s test too.

Tagged: bigotryfemmesexism

Source: whtbout2ndbrkfst

7th July 2013

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somehowfurious:

kissing-monsters:

apiphile:

sexxxisbeautiful:

pizzagrrrl:

Peggielene Bartels, A.K.A. King Peggy, is currently the King of Otuam, Ghana. She was chosen to be one of only three female kings in Ghana, and when she discovered that male chauvinists wanted her to only be a figurehead, she said: “They were treating me like I am a second-class citizen because I am a woman. I said, ‘Hell no, you’re not going to do this to a woman!’” When she encountered corruption and the threat of embezzlement to the royal funds, she declared “I’m going to squeeze their balls so hard their eyes pop!”
King Peggy has maintained her work in Ghana’s embassy in Washington, D.C. while making education affordable in Otuam, installing borehead wells to produce clean drinking water, enforcing incarceration laws to deal with domestic violence, replenishing the royal coffers by taxing Otuam’s fishing industry to improve life in the village, and appointing three women to her council.
“Nobody should tell you, ‘You’re a woman, you can’t do it,’” she insists. “You can do it. Be ready to accept it when the calling comes.”
Quoted from the Spring/Summer 2012 issue of Ms. Magazine.

What a beautiful badass woman.

King Peggy has been on my blog before but this is my goddamn blog and I will have King Peggy on here twice if I want.

MORE FEMALE KINGS.

Always reblog King Peggy, who is on my dash far less than she should be. Did you know she has written a book about her life? It is great, and you should all get right on that if you haven’t already.

This is fascinating. I never heard of King Peggy, but she’s now up there with Ching Shih as a badass in my books.

somehowfurious:

kissing-monsters:

apiphile:

sexxxisbeautiful:

pizzagrrrl:

Peggielene Bartels, A.K.A. King Peggy, is currently the King of Otuam, Ghana. She was chosen to be one of only three female kings in Ghana, and when she discovered that male chauvinists wanted her to only be a figurehead, she said: “They were treating me like I am a second-class citizen because I am a woman. I said, ‘Hell no, you’re not going to do this to a woman!’” When she encountered corruption and the threat of embezzlement to the royal funds, she declared “I’m going to squeeze their balls so hard their eyes pop!”

King Peggy has maintained her work in Ghana’s embassy in Washington, D.C. while making education affordable in Otuam, installing borehead wells to produce clean drinking water, enforcing incarceration laws to deal with domestic violence, replenishing the royal coffers by taxing Otuam’s fishing industry to improve life in the village, and appointing three women to her council.

“Nobody should tell you, ‘You’re a woman, you can’t do it,’” she insists. “You can do it. Be ready to accept it when the calling comes.”

Quoted from the Spring/Summer 2012 issue of Ms. Magazine.

What a beautiful badass woman.

King Peggy has been on my blog before but this is my goddamn blog and I will have King Peggy on here twice if I want.

MORE FEMALE KINGS.

Always reblog King Peggy, who is on my dash far less than she should be. Did you know she has written a book about her life? It is great, and you should all get right on that if you haven’t already.

This is fascinating. I never heard of King Peggy, but she’s now up there with Ching Shih as a badass in my books.

Tagged: femmefeminismbigotrysexismroyalty

Source: pizza-grrrl

7th July 2013

Photo reblogged from Till The End Of The Line with 167,996 notes

angry-teapot:

AX day 4

Not sure how I feel about this one. On the one hand No Face became what you fed him. On the other hand, no more mainstream media for this guy.

angry-teapot:

AX day 4

Not sure how I feel about this one. On the one hand No Face became what you fed him. On the other hand, no more mainstream media for this guy.

Tagged: sexismcosplayfeminismbigotryartmasks

Source: angry-teapot

7th July 2013

Link reblogged from Public Shaming with 6,975 notes

Public Shaming: Women's Wimbledon Champion Marion Bartoli Deemed "Undeserving Ugly Fat Slut" By Sexists Because She's Not A Tall Skinny... →

publicshaming:

28 year old French tennis player Marion Bartoli is your 2013 Women’s Singles Wimbledon champion!

image

That’s Bartoli there on your left. And I’m sure you can see the problem here. You don’t? Oh, that might be because you’re not a BIG SEXIST ASSHOLE. Because, if you were, you’d take one good look…

Worth scrolling through the whole thing to read her response. Even tv announcers had to apologize to her.

Almost makes me long for the days when the only people who cared about tennis were preppies. They’d never say these things (out loud).

Tagged: sexismfemme

6th July 2013

Quote reblogged from must locomote swiftly with 151,225 notes

What if all women were bigger and stronger than you? And thought they were smarter? What if women were the ones who started wars? What if too many of your friends had been raped by women wielding giant dildos and no K-Y Jelly? What if the state trooper who pulled you over on the New Jersey Turnpike was a woman and carried a gun? What if the ability to menstruate was the prerequisite for most high-paying jobs? What if your attractiveness to women depended on the size of your penis? What if every time women saw you they’d hoot and make jerking motions with their hands? What if women were always making jokes about how ugly penises are and how bad sperm tastes? What if you had to explain what’s wrong with your car to big sweaty women with greasy hands who stared at your crotch in a garage where you are surrounded by posters of naked men with hard-ons? What if men’s magazines featured cover photos of 14-year-old boys with socks tucked into the front of their jeans and articles like: “How to tell if your wife is unfaithful” or “What your doctor won’t tell you about your prostate” or “The truth about impotence”? What if the doctor who examined your prostate was a woman and called you “Honey”? What if you had to inhale your boss’ stale cigar breath as she insisted that sleeping with her was part of the job? What if you couldn’t get away because the company dress code required you wear shoes designed to keep you from running? And what if after all that women still wanted you to love them?

For The Men Who Still Don’t Get It, Carol Diehl (via oitheresawargoingonhere)

Realist shit you’ll ever read.

(via avocadh0e)

Well, to be fair Men’s Health exists now.

Tagged: bigotrysexismfemme

Source: sassysluteverforever

20th May 2013

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[insert literary reference]: Why Do Men Keep Putting Me in the Girlfriend-Zone? →

literaryreference:

You know how it is, right, ladies? You know a guy for a while. You hang out with him. You do fun things with him—play video games, watch movies, go hiking, go to concerts. You invite him to your parties. You listen to his problems. You do all this because you think he wants to be your friend.

But…

Tagged: femmesexsexism

18th May 2013

Photoset reblogged from this isn't happiness. with 2,302 notes

nevver:

Sandra Chevrier

Tagged: femmesexismart

13th May 2013

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ianbrooks:

Macabre Makeup by Miss Lakune

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, though sometimes it’s just an empty socket. Lakune’s elaborate makeup designs must surely resemble the kind of looks tormented souls ask for in the salon at the end of Hell, where looking fabulous goes hand in twisted, gnarled hand with the tortured demons locked inside, desperately clawing to get out.

Artist: Deviantart / Facebook / Tumblr

Come on, people, don’t play dumb. There’s a reason all of these images are female. I’m tired of victim porn misogyny disguised as “art” on Tumblr. If it’s really about morbidity as art object, why exclusively female?

Tagged: bigotrysexismvictim porn