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I needed this on my dash again.

I don’t care if it’s Fox News, this is win.

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seems super relevant right now.

Reblogging again because I can.

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what the fuck


Sometimes, the biggest misogynists are women.


Jesus fucking Christ. I really hope these girls know what they’re condoning, you know? Because this is just fucking ridiculous. This romanticized domestic violence and violence in general. It excuses Chris Brown from being the asshole that it takes him to be to trash Rihanna like he did and, thereby, excuses every abuser reading these tweets. By excusing Chris, you excuse the community. It tells them: This is okay. You will still be accepted if you beat your wife. In fact, women will still want you. In fact, they’ll want you more, because they like that shit. It’s eerily reminiscent of rape jokes that glorify rapists—that tell rapists, “This is okay, and better yet, it’s funny to do that to a woman.” It’s not fucking funny. Do you think any woman who has ever been beaten has gone to the hospital or the therapy that ensues in some cases laughing? Or even smiling?
Take a fucking note, girls: being beaten and having rough sex is not the same thing, and never will be. Look at yourselves and seriously think about this. If you’ve ever thought it’s funny, or excusable, or attractive, or desirable, or masculine, just fucking look at yourselves.
You don’t want to be beaten. You don’t.

THE WORST.

rachellephant:

cyruspotnoodle:

cuppateaalmostgotshagged:

aweepingangel:

what the fuck

Sometimes, the biggest misogynists are women.

Jesus fucking Christ. I really hope these girls know what they’re condoning, you know? Because this is just fucking ridiculous. This romanticized domestic violence and violence in general. It excuses Chris Brown from being the asshole that it takes him to be to trash Rihanna like he did and, thereby, excuses every abuser reading these tweets. By excusing Chris, you excuse the community. It tells them: This is okay. You will still be accepted if you beat your wife. In fact, women will still want you. In fact, they’ll want you more, because they like that shit. It’s eerily reminiscent of rape jokes that glorify rapists—that tell rapists, “This is okay, and better yet, it’s funny to do that to a woman.” It’s not fucking funny. Do you think any woman who has ever been beaten has gone to the hospital or the therapy that ensues in some cases laughing? Or even smiling?

Take a fucking note, girls: being beaten and having rough sex is not the same thing, and never will be. Look at yourselves and seriously think about this. If you’ve ever thought it’s funny, or excusable, or attractive, or desirable, or masculine, just fucking look at yourselves.

You don’t want to be beaten. You don’t.

THE WORST.

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I’m sure you know that this year at the VMA’s, in front of 12 million viewers, MTV once again showed their support for the abusive Chris Brown. This time they dressed him in all white and suspended him above the crowd with wires. Meanwhile, they gave Tyler, the Creator the Best New Artists award. That same night he tweeted: “VICTORIA JUSTICE IS GOING TO TAKE THIS DICK. or get socked in her fucking mouth.” He since deleted the tweet. This is the same guy who used the word “faggot” over 213 times in his first album.MTV has a responsibility to their viewers to support artists who support women, not artists who think it’s okay to beat them — or talk about beating them. They should not use their influence to help misogynistic or homophobic artists pass on their message. 

Please REBLOG and RETWEET: http://twitter.com/#!/stephbyswillis/status/108418949540089856

I’m sure you know that this year at the VMA’s, in front of 12 million viewers, MTV once again showed their support for the abusive Chris Brown. This time they dressed him in all white and suspended him above the crowd with wires. Meanwhile, they gave Tyler, the Creator the Best New Artists award. That same night he tweeted: “VICTORIA JUSTICE IS GOING TO TAKE THIS DICK. or get socked in her fucking mouth.” He since deleted the tweet. This is the same guy who used the word “faggot” over 213 times in his first album.
MTV has a responsibility to their viewers to support artists who support women, not artists who think it’s okay to beat them — or talk about beating them. They should not use their influence to help misogynistic or homophobic artists pass on their message. 

Please REBLOG and RETWEET: http://twitter.com/#!/stephbyswillis/status/108418949540089856

(Source: acontinentaldrifter)

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THIS LACK OF APPLAUSE DESERVES APPLAUSE

supcakes:

THIS LACK OF APPLAUSE DESERVES APPLAUSE

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healywu:

Holy shit Andy Levy.

I really hate that people have forgiven Chris Brown.

It baffles me that this man (Chris Brown) still has a career.

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