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Aug

doctorgaylove:

Homophobes who say “but the gay lifestyle leads to depression and higher risks of suicide”.

Like really? And why is that? Whose fault do you think that is?

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Aug

pixienightmaregoddess:

Since my infamous anti-BDSM/50 Shades of Grey post, I’ve received several private messages from people looking to break out of the BDSM scene or remove violence from their sex life. I appreciate each and every one of these messages, and I’m truly touched that people feel comfortable enough to reach out to me, but since more and more people keep asking the same question, I thought it would be best to make a post with some general tips and resources.

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Aug

aka14kgold:

owning-my-truth:

atane:

atane:

A police officer in Georgia admits to kicking an African-American woman in the stomach while she was 9 months pregnant. No charges were filed against the officer.

Raven Dozier was 9 months pregnant when Dekalb County police officer Jared Wheeler kicked her in the stomach with his boots. She was forced to get a c-section. Thankfully, the baby survived. In an “internal investigation” Dekalb County police found that officer Wheeler did nothing wrong and followed police procedure.

And he’s completely unapologetic about it as well and no justice was served. People need to realize that police brutality is literally a daily reality for black people and that it affects black women as well.

"Police procedure" covers kicking pregnant people in the stomach. 

The police are filthy fucking devils.

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Aug

Once again, Caucasian does not mean white, and using it to mean white is actually racist.

There are real Caucasian people who live in the Caucasus region, and they are not white.

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Aug

lesbolution:

brattyfeminist:

please end vagina-centric feminism 

maybe once vagina-centric oppression ends (femicide, FGM, abortion restrictions, rape culture, shame and lack of education surrounding vaginas/vulvas, misogyny in general) it won’t be damn necessary but until then penis worshippers are gonna have to get the fuck out of my feminism and step into the real world for a second and realise that misogyny/female oppression is SEX BASED

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Aug
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Aug

bride-of-bucky:

draumstafir:

denchgang:

hello ladies i googled feminism please sleep with me

can we fucking stop encouraging men to make fun of women???????????? like op is a fucking dude. but yea. sisterhood. solidarity w women. hahah. hahaha. ha. how feminist.

Hello ladies I am a man here to make fun of young gullible girls as radical praxis please sleep with me. It’s different from regular misogyny because I’m being ironic. My hobbies include eating shit and shit in general

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Aug
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survivorsofkinkunite:

trollsforjustice:

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pixienightmaregoddess:

roslinatreidesdance:

pixienightmaregoddess:

Look, I fixed it.

See THIS bullshit is why we kinky people can’t have nice things.

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There are two articles, one written by aletheanoir HERE… and oh hey LOOK… an article written by another FEMINIST HERE (le gasp!!) that give some pretty neat insight on what BDSM/kink is about.

So here’s a graphic that compares what BDSM is vs what Abuse is for those too lazy to read:

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Ever gotten your ass spanked while getting screwed from behind? Like getting your hair pulled?  News flash sweet cheeks, that’s kink, very SLIGHT kink compared to most of my friends, but still falls in the kinky spectrum.

Nothing is EVER fully vanilla sex anymore, unless you do it missionary, in the dark, floor length nightgown pulled up past your hips and laying there like a dead fish while your partner pumps away; with your eyes closed the whole time praying that he’d stop soon so you could go to sleep.

I am no less of a Feminist when I kneel at my chosen Dominant’s feet, nor am I less of a Feminist when I allow the kiss of a leather flogger or a single tailed whip to trail along my back and buttocks. I am still a Feminist if I have a Dominant’s collar around my neck (even if it’s just for playtime) and am lead through an area of a club on a leash.

But of course, OP can’t do their own research or ask questions because “RAH ALL BDSM IS ABUSE, THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE”…

The difference dear girl, is that while there ARE those pieces of scum that hide their abuse under the PRETENSE… i’ll say it again PREEEEEEEE-TENSE of BDSM… it is NOT actual BDSM/Kink.

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Now if anyone wants to have a CIVIL Q&A, my askbox is always open and I am more than happy to keep asks private.  Disclaimer: I may ask to post the question and my reply in a new text post, but i will NOT include the name of the person who sent in the ask, because it’s the right thing to do.

It’s really funny that you think I don’t know anything about BDSM. You have to tell yourself “OP is so naive, what does she know about kinks” for you to believe your argument holds water. It’s funny because I do have experience with BDSM, so don’t talk to me like I’m some clueless idiot.

HERE is a post I wrote about why BDSM is harmful, if you want an overview (it includes links to other sources, FYI). AND HERE is a list of articles and other resources detailing experiences of abuse in the BDSM. 

And dear god almighty, why do kinksters think we want to know about their sex lives?? Reading your post was nauseating, please never speak to me again.

Oh my god AND a Sherlock gif.

I’ll deal with this after the long weekend. I can’t be bothered right now.

You guys do realize that there are a lot of female doms? And that the community also includes same-sex couples?

Face it, the “sources” posted either assume women are always subs and men doms or they focus entirely on improperly done BDSM. Actually, while BDSM falls into the category of rough sex, rough sex does NOT always fall into BDSM so those rough sex articles may actually be talking about a different branch. But that’s a different can of worms I don’t have time to write right now.

Disclaimer: I am a romantic asexual who is really not interested in the practice.

~Jade

The sources I linked were written by kinksters. You didn’t even check.

Barf the ‘vanilla’ sex she described sounds a lot like rape

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Aug
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Aug

oakland-aquafarm:

nothatsstupid:

IF YOU ARE OFFENDED AS A MALE THAT WOMEN DO NOT WANT YOU TO CALL YOURSELF A FEMINIST YOU ARE DISMISSED

Why should they even care when they can call themselves whatever they like?

-as they do, already-

Just goes to show how pathological the desire for dominance is.

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Aug

punkrockradfem:

ornsteinen-ripper-of-asses:

nothatsstupid:

IF YOU ARE OFFENDED AS A MALE THAT WOMEN DO NOT WANT YOU TO CALL YOURSELF A FEMINIST YOU ARE DISMISSED

im not i dont wanna be called a feminist cause i believe in actual equality

I don’t care????

YOU ARE ALSO DISMISSED

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Aug

radfemale:

demonphin:

radfemale:

lesbians do not have to explain why they do not want to sleep with a biological male

lesbians do not have to explain why they do not want to sleep with a biological male

lesbians do not have to explain why they do not want to sleep with a biological male

why does this bullshit transmisogynistic terfs post have over 1000 notes tho

Because we are fucking sick of being told we should sleep with males because they identify as women

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Aug

No but for real tho in the interests of proper discussion why do you think men can't be feminists? I stand just as much to gain from gender equality both for my own gender and for humans in general. I ain't about to be calling myself an eagle librarian. Feminism helps me because it allows me to shirk traditional gender roles. Feminist communities were the first not to mock and ridicule me. When I'm in my feminist community I feel accepted and loved and not judged for not conforming to standards

missmorganskye:

nothatsstupid:

Just because you personally benefit from our movement doesn’t mean you are anything other than an ally. Feminism is the movement by women for women. It’s really that simple. Feminism isn’t the all encompassing fix all human inequalities movement, it’s for women, and specifically women’s liberation from male domination. Hence the name. Women needed a safe space so we made one… For US. That you have been accepted and made to feel more comfortable by our movement is a positive side-effect. Support us or call yourself an ally or pro-feminist or whatever I don’t really care, but you’re not a feminist, and do not EVER cuss at me again if you want any kind of response from me. 

Huh, you’re saying the exact opposite of what almost every other feminist says, which is that feminism is for everyone, it’s an equal rights movement, etc.

So everyone else in this movement has the wrong idea, and you’re correct, or…? How am I supposed to take this?

There are different sectors or feminism. I am a radical feminist, which means to grasp and practice feminist theory at the root. The root of feminism, the founders and intended beneficiaries of all of our hard work are women. Its called feminism, not genderism or equalism for a reason. I don’t know your sex but if you’re a man, I would say you need to take the women telling you no seriously.
Other women’s ‘yes’ doesn’t invalidate our ‘no.’ And by the way, I don’t appreciate your insinuation that I am the only feminist who thinks like this, if you go to the original post that this ask stemmed from, I asked women to reblog if they didn’t want men to call themselves feminists, and got almost 1,000 reblogs in support. Some in dissent as well, I believe the post is at about 1200 notes. If you are a woman and a feminist you are welcome to let men I your movement if you like but, I think it’s a fundamentally backwards idea, and I am not obligated to do the same.

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Aug

Dudes: telling women to die for standing up for their spaces, but it’s ok because they used another man’s quote to both make sure I know they’re Smart and shirk responsibility for telling another human to die

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Aug
Anonymous said:

I think a quote that would fit how I feel about you is "Die, monster! You don't belong in this world!" ~Richter Belmont

*yawn*

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