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wolf-d:

this gif pisses me off

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The right question is not, “What was she doing/wearing/saying when she was raped?” The right question is, “What made him think this is acceptable?” 

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edonaghey:

"There is a fundamental concern that the content of such magazines normalizes the treatment of women as sexual objects. We are not killjoys or prudes who think that there should be no sexual information and media for young people. But are teenage boys and young men best prepared for fulfilling love and sex when they normalize views about women that are disturbingly close to those mirrored in the language of sexual offenders?" - Dr. Peter Hegarty

Could you tell the difference?

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  3. Lad Mag
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But rape culture doesn’t exist, right?

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andiamjustasoul:

I HATE THE BEGINNING STAGES OF GETTING A COLD. IT FEELS LIKE DEATH IS UPON ME. AND I CAN’T BREATHE. I DISLIKE THIS GREATLY.

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rosieblushh:

Not my picture. Just my upload. Please don’t delete the text. xoxo

animalics:

Rabbits are not very good at trust exercises

animalics:

Rabbits are not very good at trust exercises

Once upon a time there was a boy who loved a girl, and her laughter was a question he wanted to spend his whole life answering.
Nicole Krauss (The History of Love)
When I was in college, a teacher once said that all women live by a ‘rape schedule.’ I was baffled by the term, but as she went on to explain, I got really freaked out. Because I realized that I knew exactly what she was talking about. And you do too. Because of their constant fear of rape (conscious or not), women do things throughout the day to protect themselves. Whether it’s carrying our keys in our hands as we walk home, locking our car doors as soon as we get in, or not walking down certain streets, we take precautions. While taking precautions is certainly not a bad idea, the fact that certain things women do are so ingrained into our daily routines is truly disturbing. It’s essentially like living in a prison - all the time. We can’t assume that we’re safe anywhere: not on the streets, not in our homes. And we’re so used to feeling unsafe that we don’t even see that there’s something seriously fucked upt about it.

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legendofsherlock:

notenjolras:

#can we please discuss the fact that this movie was made by Americans

#some of us might actually be self-aware

Nobody has to deal with americans more than other americans.

I am an american and I can verify that this is indeed true.

#everyone else gets to be annoyed by Americans from afar #while Americans have to be annoyed by other Americans loudly and up close

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