Here’s some examples to start you off-
- Confess! Do you like [insert name here]?
- Confess! Is it true that you once [insert odd/silly activity here]?
- Confess! Are you scared of [insert fear here]?
- Confess! Did you cry during [insert movie here]Or think of your own! Be as cunning as you like…
suuure why not
This was actually said by a prominent member of the Men’s rights community on Reddit who then proceeded to get 24(!) upvotes:
Wearing a skirt has consequences. If we use state violence to protect women from the consequences of her choice to wear a skirt, we remove her agency. This man didn’t assault her, didn’t touch her… all he did was take a picture of what her choice in clothing exposed to the public.
How is that criminal to the point of deserving of state violence upon him?
This is saying that protecting women from the consequences of their choices in clothing is more important than men’s freedom.
Now that’s what I call a real men’s rights issue. Could you expect anything less from a hate group?
Screencap (and more info) over at the always excellent Man Boobz.
Mens Rights Activism: hard at work defending sexual harassment.
men’s rights: where a man’s right to sexually harass a woman based on whether they’ve decided she meets some standard of “modesty” she has no say in, should supersede a woman’s right to basic personal boundaries and human decency.
men’s rights: when a woman freely making the choice to do whatever she wants with her own body, not affecting anyone else in any way, needs to “accept the consequences of her actions”- but men who choose to harass women shouldn’t have to face any consequences for THAT choice, even though it hurts someone else.
men’s rights: a “movement” (purposeless online misogynistic circlejerk) where rights are defined as behaviors that you feel entitled to carry out without being even mildly criticized for it, no matter how many other people are negatively impacted by that behavior.
men’s rights: where being asked to show basic human decency towards women is “infringing” upon a man’s freedom not to do that, even though that is how a society is supposed to fucking function. because fuck them, you shouldn’t have to consider other human beings when you make your choices. how dare they?
men’s rights: you got yours (basic human rights). so fuck everybody else. now, let’s talk about how poor people don’t deserve to earn a living wage, because then the services you use every day might cost you an extra $20 per year.
men’s rights: a movement dedicated to preserving and forwarding the rights of men to continue the subjugation and abuse of women.
I’m so embarrassed to share a gender with these pieces of shit.
What Wil said. The failure on this is so strong on such a fundermental level, that when David Beckham - sculpted, sporty example of everything a Modern Media Man should be - wore a sarong, he got mocked in the media for wearing a skirt.
Basically, fuck everything.
My 12 year old sister went to a birthday party with 10 other girls, and for the loot bags everyone got a fish in a bowl and some fish food along with a set of rules. It’s basically a contest to see whoever can keep their fish alive the longest, and the winner gets a $25 gift card. It is the stupidest thing ever, I got so angry when I heard about it. So far 6 fish out of the 10 have died, and it’s only been 1 week. The girls aren’t even allowed to change the fish bowl and put it in something bigger, because that’s considered “cheating.” These poor fish do not deserve to be treated like this, they are living beings, not objects.
Find out who’s in charge and douse them with filthy fishbowl water
On the other hand, this gives me a great idea for a dystopic novella about the human race falling under the thumb of bratty alien overlords.
These are just some of the many ways members of the LGBT community identify themselves in a beautiful photo series from San Francisco-based photographer Sarah Deragon.
Deragon’s “The Identity Project” has taken her around the country as she “seeks to explore the labels we choose to identify with when defining our gender and sexuality.” Her portraits show the amazing diversity and vibance of a queer community that for too long has been defined by outsiders.
I kinda wanna be a Provocateur Lesbian Dandy when I grow old, not gonna lie.
I WANT TO BE A PROVOCATEUR LESBIAN DANDY
2014 Awards Season, ladies and gentlemen.
#i think you’ll notice that 90% of the awesome can be attributed to women being awesome #women being hilarious #women not giving a fuck #women swearing #women supporting other women #women making fun of dudes #WOMEN #i mean we started with tina and amy and ended with ellen #pretty damn amazing #awards season