bemyghoulfriend:

a ten minute snapchat comic done on paint commemorating the ‘#nationalsendyourmannudes’ tag on twitter and also a true story that happened about an hour ago

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marcovicci:

whats up w/ grown men who look at all the evils of the modern world and go “the real enemy is teenage girls, with their duckface and their smartphones and their selfies and their boy bands. they are destroying culture”

houseofnarcolepsy:

shmemson:

This could be us

But you playing

houseofnarcolepsy:

shmemson:

This could be us

But you playing

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rookiemag:

Saturday Links: Goddesses Honor Nirvana Edition

Plus a tribute to Marina Keegan, the cutest pig on Instagram, and the ever-wonderful Tilda Swinton.

rookiemag:

Saturday Links: Goddesses Honor Nirvana Edition

Plus a tribute to Marina Keegan, the cutest pig on Instagram, and the ever-wonderful Tilda Swinton.

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meatinjection:

tartzine:

Read more about the beautiful photographs by Lucas DeShazer on www.tartzine.co.uk

so buff i need them

meatinjection:

tartzine:

Read more about the beautiful photographs by Lucas DeShazer on www.tartzine.co.uk

so buff i need them

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dont-do-womens-just-raf-simons:

i pray nightly, daily, and thrice in the afternoon to one day be able to harness the power and the glory of the self that would allow me to openly and rightfully judge a motherfucker while wearing a silk shirt with my own face on it

dont-do-womens-just-raf-simons:

i pray nightly, daily, and thrice in the afternoon to one day be able to harness the power and the glory of the self that would allow me to openly and rightfully judge a motherfucker while wearing a silk shirt with my own face on it

hotsugar:

facebook is still inviting me to lady gaga’s 21st birthday from 7 years ago back when she wasnt famous yet.
imma say Maybe

hotsugar:

facebook is still inviting me to lady gaga’s 21st birthday from 7 years ago back when she wasnt famous yet.

imma say Maybe

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Anonymous asked: Hi Froggy! As usual, the internet does not give a very good example of a social movement. The men's rights movement is actually mostly concerned with addressing the lack of justice for male victims of rape & domestic violence, more prominent mental illness & suicide in men, family court bias & selective military service, as well as social attitudes towards male disposability and incompetence. Not shorts in the workplace. And it certainly isn't about perpetuating misogyny. Have a good one!

thefrogman:

I’ve been to the forums. I’ve interacted with the people. I’ve tried to give the men’s rights movement a chance. Unfortunately the people involved are much more concerned about derailing and dismantling feminism than actually solving any of those issues. As if they can’t make any progress until feminism is destroyed. 

"Family court is unfair and biased towards women. Those darn feminists!" Except that the majority of lawmakers are old white men. From federal to state legislature… they created all the rules, regulations, and laws that govern the courts. They think they are doing men a favor. "Raising children is a woman’s job. Just send a check every month and let them take care of the ankle biters." And the whole family court system is pretty dysfunctional. It isn’t a utopia for mothers that grants their every wish. Mothers and fathers both have the same enemy. They have to influence the same lawmakers to improve the system. 

Male rape victims don’t get taken seriously. Again, most detectives are men. Most of the police leadership are men. The lawmakers are mostly men. So let’s blame feminism for not getting justice.

You really don’t think women care about male victims of abuse? Many feminists are mothers of sons. Sons who they love to no end. Of course they care. Of course they want the justice system to care about their sons. Which is why feminists want to dismantle the system that says that men are strong and women are weak. The system that says men cannot really be raped. 

The problem lies in how MRAs react to feminism. They see people talking about women’s issues and their reaction is not one of empathy. It is always, “What about us? Bad stuff happens to us too.” Just like that fellow who saw women trying to talk about their hardships in a work environment. He pipes in and complains about not being able to wear shorts. And worse, he equates his issue with theirs even though they aren’t even close in magnitude. Yes, it was a ridiculous example, but it perfectly demonstrated this common reaction men seem to have. When someone is talking about their problems, the proper response is not to reply with a list of your problems. No one is saying that your problems don’t matter, just that this isn’t the proper time to talk about them. 

If the MRAs continue to derail every conversation by making it about them, they are not going to be taken seriously. There is plenty of space to talk about men’s issues. They don’t need to invade the space of feminism to be heard. And if they keep thinking women are the enemy, even though women are actually trying to make progress with some of the very issues you mentioned, they aren’t going to have much luck actually solving anything they care about.

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