ludicrouscupcake:

poppy-the-knight:

sourcedumal:

I Love My Boo campaign features real young men of color loving each other passionately. Rather than sexualizing gay relationships, this campaign models caring, and highlights the importance of us taking care of each other. Featured throughout New York City, I Love My Boo directly challenges homophobia and encourages all who come across it to critically rethink our notion of love.

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this is fucking adorable

SPREAD THESE IMAGES LIKE WILDFIRE PRECISELY BECAUSE THEY FUCK UP THE MISGUIDED STEREOTYPES WE ALL ARE USED TO SEEING.

check-your-privilege-feminists:

th0mforke:

Anti-feminism in females is like that girl in high school who would shamelessly flirt with all the boys and you’d feel embarrassed for her because she had no self respect.

Holy crap you feminists are such hypocrites. Isn’t this “slut-shaming” right here? No wonder women are rejecting your movement faster than ever. The level of disrespect and misogyny that’s overrun feminism is shameful.

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yakfrost:

mysticalheartsliberator:

feduptoinfinity:

vladimirnootin:

dragonsinheaven:

terraformal:

dragonsinheaven:

lady-of-anti-feminism:

lost-things-that-were-found:

If you try to tell me we don’t need feminism you are an idiot

*conveniently ignores the sexualize of men*

*desperately clings to victim complex*

Weird. I google image searched girls and got a bunch of kid to preteen girls doing girly stuff like crafting and hanging out. Then I googled “sexy women” and got he very same type of images you got.
Feminists lying to push their agenda? Nooo, never!!

Could you get a screen cap of that? If you did you could really destroy the credibility of OP and give your blog a lot of publicity at the same time.

Oh, absolutely. I don’t care really about publicity, but I do care about showing proof if asked.

I googled “boy” (proof is the tab name, that’s why it’s circled)

Huh. A bunch of young boys. Cute. okay, Now “girl”

A bunch of innocent girls. How about “man” and “woman”?

Nothing wrong there.Hmm.. How about “sexy woman”

Those look like the same kind of images OP is getting. HOW ODD.

Proof is not only in the images, but the tab names.

Another feminist who lies for attention (and no one is surprised).

I think there’s some misinformation. 

You googled “girl” they googled “girls”. Of course, google searches are highly dependant on type of content you go through, but here’s what I got when I typed in “girls”

image

But we also have to consider what we’re typing is also a term used for a very wide age range, where you have popular girl bands like “mocha girls” and “girls’ generation”, you’ve got spring breakers being called  ”Selena Gomez and the bad girls”.

Girls is much more commonly used for young woman more so than young woman. 

It’s like when I type in guy, this happens:

image

Guy can refer to any age range, but we use it mostly for young man and surprise surprise…. you’ve got sexy pics! That’s because of the popularisation of the term guy for young men, just like girl is popularised as a term for a young woman. 

So there’s that.

Basically, google takes the words used in the picture descriptions and gives results based on that. Which is why this “google search” shit shouldn’t be used to prove anything.

When I type in men, this is what I get

And when I type in women, this is what I get

So yes, Google shouldn’t be used to prove things to back up feminism, especially when it comes to images. As mentioned above, this only proves that certain words can produce a specific kind of results.  (“men” and “women” seem to produce more sexual images compared to “man” and “woman”) 

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sailorsoldiersofjustice:

So we finally sorted out a form to apply to be a mod for SSOJ.

If you are interested in becoming a mod, send us an ask (off anon so we can contact you privately) or fanmail, for the link to application form. 

We will keep the applications open for a week or so, so don’t rush the form take your time with it. 

~Mercury

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Both heterosexuals and homosexuals view bisexuality with misunderstanding, mistrust, hostility, and alienation. These scenarios do not leave bisexuals in the situation often referred to as ‘‘having the best of both worlds,’’ because both worlds are closets.

from Attitudes and Self-Images of Male and Female Bisexuals by Carol D. Bronn

(via steviefuckingnicks)

This was too funny not to reblog. Oh Usagi!

~Mercury

stay-in-reality-liberals:

skies-ofskaia:

barrelsofdwarrows:

sign-of-innocence:

see-kevin:

World History in a nutshell. 

This is literally the best fucking metaphor for World History and you cannot tell me otherwise.

Except no, this is totally WRONG.

The Air Nomads are based on Tibetian monks, as well as other cultures with concepts of Buddhism. This is reflected in the practice of shaving their heads, meditation, and vegetarianism. Aang’s clothes are very similar to that of the Shaolin monks. Even the location and architecture of the air temples resembles those found in Tibet.

The Fire Nation is inspired by the government and politics of Imperialist and Maoist China (as well as Imperial Japan). There was a little thing called Free Tibet a few years back which was quite in vogue with you psuedo-social-justice types. Do you remember what that was about? In 1951, China invaded Tibet and claimed sovereignty over them. As with most wars, depending on whose views you share, stories can differ. The Chinese (*cough*fire nation*cough*) claim to have reduced taxes, unemployment and built schools. However they achieved this through extortion, torture, murder, and oppression of the Tibetan culture. Thus, Avatar’s Hundred Year War.

The Water tribes are based on Inuit people. This one is really obvious. They share the same visual coding of colour, use furs in the clothing, live in polar regions in igloos and yurts, and rely on fishing as their primary food source.

The Earth Kingdom is a mixing pot of various Asiatic cultures including China, India, Korea, Thailand and Japan. Each city/town will reflect some of these more strongly than the others. 

If you agree with the labelling in the above gifset, you’ve either completely missed the point of Avatar, or just don’t give a fuck about actual World History or anything outside of what’s popular with tumblr “social justice”. You all harp on about needing more representation in the media but as soon as you’re given something as beautiful as Avatar, with a huge diversity of non-Eurocentric cultures, you completely misconstrue it. What you’ve done is erased the importance of all these individual (and indigenous) cultures, and replaced it with your own (anti-white) political agenda.

(And honestly, who uses umbrella labels like “asians” and “white people”. That’s ignorant and racist as fuck)

Bless Tumblr user barrelsofdwarrows for the above and for calling people out on their narrow-minded bullshit.

That was excellent.

Oh Nat, how I love thee.

~Venus

coyocoyo:

The Bully

This comic I made over a year ago, but I’ve touched it up since and I’m happy to share it on tumblr C: while I’ve improved immensely since I made this, I’m still really proud of myself for making it.

ps. this was during a stage in my art where I was a little texture heavy, heh heh

This is extremely heartwarming.

Sometimes you just don’t know what the other person is going through.

~Venus

Video by vlogbrothers: John Green tours Yekatit 12 hospital Neonatal facility and speaks to Dr. Mulualem Gesses one of Ethiopia’s few neonatologists. (A doctor specializing in neonatal care)