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buzzfeed:

Important reminder: Everyone on the internet is a real person.

Go read this. It’s really important.

Be kind to one another.

fuck-no-sjws:

poppypicklesticks:

movethefuckoverbro:

2 generations of entitlement.

This is why feminism is a joke nowadays

Oh no. Guys sitting comfortably. Women everywhere are under attack. *feminist screams in the distance*

fuck-no-sjws:

poppypicklesticks:

movethefuckoverbro:

2 generations of entitlement.

This is why feminism is a joke nowadays

Oh no. Guys sitting comfortably. Women everywhere are under attack. *feminist screams in the distance*

Just because someone stumbles and loses their way doesn’t mean they’re lost forever.

- X-Men: Days of Future Past (via blakebaggott)

kellyangel:

Pretty dresses for everyone!
Everyone. 

(Source: anythingcomic.com)

dunkinthesenuts:

punacceptable:

kay-land:

mitsukilostthegame:

When someone starts supporting all different types of sexual orientations and genders

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when they start trashing straight cis white people

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BLESS THIS POST AND BLESS YOU

Nah this post sucks…straight cis white people have so much privilege it’s really not that hard to get over being made fun of on a fucking website

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(Source: king-gaylert)

the shirts aren't enforcing the whole "men aren't allowed to show emotion" it's more about the guys who are like "femnazi friend zoned me what a bitch" plus if you're talking about the men aren't allowed to cry you should be more angry at the hetero normative society that that spawned from, the whole men are strong and show no emotions and women are weak and frail and believe me I'm completely against that, it's wrong that people think men can't show emotion and women can't be strong

but the problem with the sandwich shirts are that they’re saying that women are here to serve men and most people would say that to a woman if she expresses her opinion, which makes the saying problematic. the difference between the two is that one is aimed at women as a group and the other is aimed at a very specific group, but it’s not about the whole men can’t cry stereotype. feminists fight for equality for all, we believe that men can show emotion and women can be strong

Ok, here’s a question, why doesn’t it say “MRA Tears”? I mean, misandry (male rape, domestic abuse, gender roles etc.) are real things, and the erasure of these problems are even more serious and prevalent in our society.

Most people who wear misandry on their sleeve are ignorant of these issues that I’ve listed. 

Sounds like you just don’t like being called out, it’s hypocritical to say that you’re against the gender binary then act like it’s perfectly cool to enforce it, just because a small group of people are dick heads (the vast majority of men are not MRAs, so why throw us all under the bus?)

I can’t really see how the sandwich jokes and male tears mugs are any different. Again most men aren’t MRAs so you’re throwing every group of men into the mix. Men are constantly dismissed when they try to share their feelings, they’re told “it’s not a big deal” or “dry your eyes” so really you justifcation for the male tears jokes, falls flat.

really you’re just making excuses, so again, I say, grow the fuck up.

bisexual-community:

MenKind: Conversations for and about Fluid Men of Color is an ongoing discussion group in Brooklyn NYC for Bisexual, Bi-curious, and 'Fluid' Men of Color, envisioned as an open forum with some discussion topics, and a safe space for men of color who conceive of their identity -inclusive of sexuality but not limited to- as 'Fluid' or otherwise on the continuum. Upcoming Meetings + Topics include:
Thursday 10 July - How Fluid are you? -Part 2
Tuesday 29 July - In Relationship: love, Life, Sex, and the Search for Meaningful Connection
Tuesday, August 19 - Manhood, Masculinity, and Myth: The Performance of a Life Time
Tuesday, September 9 - Recognize: Voices of Bisexual Men -An Anthology
Tuesday, September 30 - Bi-Women/Bi-Men Exchange
and more to come … 
FluidBIDesign is envisioned as a advocacy group and a community for (Bisexual) Men of Color. We meet in Brooklyn NYC USA. The purpose is to create forum for the study and exchange of ideas, a safe and supportive space for the sharing of personal experiences related to negotiating our lives within a fluid context, and a community of like minded creative individuals interested in both raising and broadening the level of discussion around identity, manhood, and masculinity….  They say "if you build it they will come"… Looking for a similarly minded brothas, fluid by design and by choice, to build this with me…
FluidBIDesign on Facebook
FluidBIDesign on Twitter
For ALL Bisexual/Non-monosexual, Queer, Questioning + Bi-affirming people in the NYC Tri-state Area
New York Area Bisexual Network (NYABN) on Facebook
NYC’s Bisexual, Non-Monosexual + Queer MeetUp Group
For ALL Bisexual/Non-monosexual, Queer, Questioning + Bi-affirming People of Colour
Bisexual People of Color on Facebook (international)
Bis of Colour on Tumblr (primarily UK)
Bis of Colour on Twitter (primarily UK)

bisexual-community:


MenKind: Conversations for and about Fluid Men of Color
is an ongoing discussion group in Brooklyn NYC for Bisexual, Bi-curious, and 'Fluid' Men of Color, envisioned as an open forum with some discussion topics, and a safe space for men of color who conceive of their identity -inclusive of sexuality but not limited to- as 'Fluid' or otherwise on the continuum. Upcoming Meetings + Topics include:

  • Thursday 10 July - How Fluid are you? -Part 2
  • Tuesday 29 July - In Relationship: love, Life, Sex, and the Search for Meaningful Connection
  • Tuesday, August 19 - Manhood, Masculinity, and Myth: The Performance of a Life Time
  • Tuesday, September 9 - Recognize: Voices of Bisexual Men -An Anthology
  • Tuesday, September 30 - Bi-Women/Bi-Men Exchange
  • and more to come … 

FluidBIDesign is envisioned as a advocacy group and a community for (Bisexual) Men of Color. We meet in Brooklyn NYC USA.

The purpose is to create forum for the study and exchange of ideas, a safe and supportive space for the sharing of personal experiences related to negotiating our lives within a fluid context, and a community of like minded creative individuals interested in both raising and broadening the level of discussion around identity, manhood, and masculinity….

They say "if you build it they will come"… Looking for a similarly minded brothas, fluid by design and by choice, to build this with me…


For ALL Bisexual/Non-monosexual, Queer, Questioning + Bi-affirming people in the NYC Tri-state Area

For ALL Bisexual/Non-monosexual, Queer, Questioning + Bi-affirming People of Colour

imminentdeathsyndrome:

imminentdeathsyndrome:

Read the full paper here.

I once saw a picture of a glass of milk get over 100,000 notes on here.
Let’s give this more attention.

bonnieoverkill:

prettypussyprincess:

think this shit a game

Haha, it’s funny because the guy was killed. Switch genders and riots would ensue.
Smh 😒

bonnieoverkill:

prettypussyprincess:

think this shit a game

Haha, it’s funny because the guy was killed. Switch genders and riots would ensue.

Smh 😒

(Source: tsunamiwavesurfing)

holyastronauts:

wavey:

crippledbypizza:

solarselection:

huntertheguy:

Video games reduce rape tendencies 

???????

dude what???????????????????? 

jesus christ

What about girl gamers???

holyastronauts:

wavey:

crippledbypizza:

solarselection:

huntertheguy:

Video games reduce rape tendencies 

???????

dude what???????????????????? 

jesus christ

What about girl gamers???