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Deep Ass Shit

Sep 16 '13
gh2u:

Django Reinhardt

gh2u:

Django Reinhardt

(Source: chickennuggetsfruitsaladandbread)

Sep 16 '13
Sep 16 '13

terribleterribleterrible:

inspired by actual events

Sep 16 '13
iTAL tEK - Pins (Cyclical)

ceasepool:

iTAL tEK - Pins

Sep 16 '13

fuckaaah-badtrollmonster:

rrrayne:

corporatevagina:

wicked-pissahh:

womenagainstwomyn:

intheseaofthesky:

womenagainstwomyn:

sjwhypocrisy:

getoveryourselflady:

Violated: Little Boy Getting Groped On The Bus By Drunk Older Lady!

You have to click on the play button on the bottom left to view it

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That was my reaction when I watched this. This lady sexually assaulted this boy in front of everyone. The end was just horrible. If someone did not say stop she would have had him completely naked.

If this were a male doing this to a young girl there would be serious outrage. Feminists would be marching and television pundits would be going off the rails about it. Apparently this occurred in 2011 but being the news junkie that I am I did not come across this story anywhere, and if this link was not sent to me by someone who wants to stay anonymous I would have never known about it.

Everyone is laughing but look at his face. The child is terrified beyond words. No one is coming to help him. If it were a young female 10 guys would leap to her defense. The guy would get beat to a inch of his life. Everyone, including females, are laughing about it like it’s such a funny joke. They don’t realize they’re witnessing a crime because when it’s a male it’s considered “no big deal.” This is how modern society has trained people to think about the male gender.

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Where the heck are all the feminists that claim to want to help rape/abuse victims? 1 note? Really?

That video made me pretty uncomfortable. That is the reason why I do not take public transport of any kind anymore. I would rather walk. People sicken me.

Let’s be real. This will max out at around 220 notes and feminist/sjw side of Tumblr will find a way to blame the kid and turn the old lady into a hero.

tbh I honestly wouldnt be surprised

Literally near tears..this is NOT ok and this further demonstrates the hypocrisy and blatant double standard of a male victim and a female victim. The male victims are silenced because their gender roles dictate that they “can’t say no” and other sickening characteristics. A double standard also perpetrated by these feminists ( not all of you but if the shoe fits fucking wear it and I hope you see through your misguided bullshit. If you’re not mad at this, you’re the problem and you’re toxic.)

Why do people shit on feminists whenever there is a post about a male being sexually assaulted? This is fucking horrible. This poor boy had to be embarrassed and scared in front of all these people. I have never, ever met a feminist that would brush something off like this.

oh god oh god i seriously felt nauseous watching this, how was this NOT a big deal to every single person on that bus? HOW? if i were there i wouldve beat the shit out of that drunk lady, no one deserves to be violated in public OR in private like that without consenting to it! that was just disgusting. i feel so bad for that young kid, HOW did no one say anything right away? ugh i need to go away for a little while, i feel sick

very seriously near tears, this is fucking awful to watch. i cant say anything that honestly hasn’t been said already this is awful, i wish I was on that bus I would have stopped it immediately.

How the fuck does this only have 1300 notes?

Sep 2 '13

class-struggle-anarchism:

kmanovaere:

onefitmodel:

pretty much my favourite commercial ever ft. strong ladies taking nobody’s bullshit (x)

WHY DOESN’T THIS HAVE MORE NOTES

Breaking the patriarchy imposed mould - brilliant !!

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ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME? FUCK OFF NIKE

CATTLE PRODS USED ON PROTESTING FEMALE WORKERS AT NIKE FACTORY

FEMALE WORKERS ABUSED, OVERWORKED AND UNDERPAID AT INDONESIAN NIKE FACTORIES

WOMEN ATTACKED, TORTURED, MOLESTED BY BOSSES AT NIKE FACTORY IN VIETNAM

WOMEN SEXUALLY HARRASSED, OVER WORKED, UNDERPAID, FIRED FOR BEING PREGNANT IN BANGLADESH

Nike - exploiting women, commodifying feminism

(Source: youngned)

Aug 27 '13
ladybowofficial:

lambocalypse:

modernothello:

I’m ready to leave this place. 

What the fuck!?

Today has just been one disappointment after another.

ladybowofficial:

lambocalypse:

modernothello:

I’m ready to leave this place. 

What the fuck!?

Today has just been one disappointment after another.

Aug 27 '13
reaganing:

notsid:

reaganing:

I’m reading David Byrne’s new book, called How Music Works. I love music, I love the Talking Heads, and I love McSweeney’s (they published it), so I thought this book was right up my alley.
I enjoyed the first chapter, and was trucking through the second, where Byrne talks about his inspiration for music. It’s very biographical, even though in the preface it claimed the book would not be about Byrne himself or his music. Then Byrne starts getting into how he was inspired by other cultures and how much he learned from others, which was fine until the last paragraph on this page:

I may well be idealizing some of what I saw and witnessed, taking aspects of what I perceived and adapting them to solve and deal with my own issues and creative bottlenecks. Somehow I have a feeling that might be okay.

So, in short: white guy flits around the world ~*~*learning*~*~ from other cultures, writes book about how deep they are, openly admits to romanticizing what they’re about for his own personal gain and then says, “Somehow, I have a feeling that might be okay”?!!! I read this passage like 15 times hoping I’d misread it, asking myself if I was reading into it too much. But no. This is pretty much cultural appropriation in a nutshell. I can’t decide if it’s worse to appropriate other cultures without realizing what you’re doing, or to realize what you’re doing and then give yourself a pass on it, saying you think it “might be okay”.
I was so excited about this book, and now I’m so disappointed. I’m finding it really hard to stick with it after this. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised that David Byrne is another self-aggrandizing white dude asshole rock star but I really thought he was better than that.

Who the hell are you to say that a guy can’t enjoy other cultures and be moved by them, to the point that he wants to experience those cultures himself. People have been doing this since the beginning of time, creatively and for other more sinister purposes
And even still, what did you think he was doing his ENTIRE CAREER? People like him, Paul Simon, Peter Gabriel, Sting, In fact, almost every pop superstar in the 80’s borrowed in some way from other cultures (the things that spring to mind are the latin and african rhythms)
Or should we go back even further? Maybe when Rock and Roll was introduced? Or Jazz? We can even look forward today with Rap. All these things have been “taken” by white people. Why? 
Cause the music moves them in some sort of emotional way that breaks the confines of race and “what you should listen to”
And it’s that cross pollination of cultures that keeps the world creative and thriving. 

I’m not saying David Byrne doesn’t have a right to enjoy other cultures and be moved by them. He does. That’s not what he said though. He said he may have idealized and adapted what he saw there in order to fit what he needed from those trips.
Cross-pollination is one thing - that connotes collaboration and mutualism. Going to another culture and interpreting what they do to get over your “own issues and creative bottlenecks” is a form of exploitation. Just because people have been doing this for centuries and that it is societally acceptable by modern American standards doesn’t mean it’s ok.
Many people have written things about cultural appropriation, and they explain it way better than I ever could. Here’s a nice discussion framed in terms of musical reappropriation.

They were already a white band playing rock music and you didn’t seem to have much of a problem with that.

reaganing:

notsid:

reaganing:

I’m reading David Byrne’s new book, called How Music Works. I love music, I love the Talking Heads, and I love McSweeney’s (they published it), so I thought this book was right up my alley.

I enjoyed the first chapter, and was trucking through the second, where Byrne talks about his inspiration for music. It’s very biographical, even though in the preface it claimed the book would not be about Byrne himself or his music. Then Byrne starts getting into how he was inspired by other cultures and how much he learned from others, which was fine until the last paragraph on this page:

I may well be idealizing some of what I saw and witnessed, taking aspects of what I perceived and adapting them to solve and deal with my own issues and creative bottlenecks. Somehow I have a feeling that might be okay.

So, in short: white guy flits around the world ~*~*learning*~*~ from other cultures, writes book about how deep they are, openly admits to romanticizing what they’re about for his own personal gain and then says, “Somehow, I have a feeling that might be okay”?!!! I read this passage like 15 times hoping I’d misread it, asking myself if I was reading into it too much. But no. This is pretty much cultural appropriation in a nutshell. I can’t decide if it’s worse to appropriate other cultures without realizing what you’re doing, or to realize what you’re doing and then give yourself a pass on it, saying you think it “might be okay”.

I was so excited about this book, and now I’m so disappointed. I’m finding it really hard to stick with it after this. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised that David Byrne is another self-aggrandizing white dude asshole rock star but I really thought he was better than that.

Who the hell are you to say that a guy can’t enjoy other cultures and be moved by them, to the point that he wants to experience those cultures himself. People have been doing this since the beginning of time, creatively and for other more sinister purposes

And even still, what did you think he was doing his ENTIRE CAREER? People like him, Paul Simon, Peter Gabriel, Sting, In fact, almost every pop superstar in the 80’s borrowed in some way from other cultures (the things that spring to mind are the latin and african rhythms)

Or should we go back even further? Maybe when Rock and Roll was introduced? Or Jazz? We can even look forward today with Rap. All these things have been “taken” by white people. Why? 

Cause the music moves them in some sort of emotional way that breaks the confines of race and “what you should listen to”

And it’s that cross pollination of cultures that keeps the world creative and thriving. 

I’m not saying David Byrne doesn’t have a right to enjoy other cultures and be moved by them. He does. That’s not what he said though. He said he may have idealized and adapted what he saw there in order to fit what he needed from those trips.

Cross-pollination is one thing - that connotes collaboration and mutualism. Going to another culture and interpreting what they do to get over your “own issues and creative bottlenecks” is a form of exploitation. Just because people have been doing this for centuries and that it is societally acceptable by modern American standards doesn’t mean it’s ok.

Many people have written things about cultural appropriation, and they explain it way better than I ever could. Here’s a nice discussion framed in terms of musical reappropriation.

They were already a white band playing rock music and you didn’t seem to have much of a problem with that.

Aug 26 '13

milk-puzzle:

THE ULTIMATE PHOTOSET

(Source: tumbling-lucky)

Aug 19 '13