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bluesey:

anexperimentallife:

One of the women who organized the dance first complained about Claire’s dress, but upon checking, admitted that it conformed to the standards set for the event. Nonetheless, the same woman later pulled Claire aside and told her that some of the dads—who had been watching from a balcony—felt her dancing was “too provocative” and liable to cause “impure thoughts.”
When Claire pointed out that she hadn’t even been dancing, other chaperones joined in, again told her that her dress was too short (despite having verified it was within standards, and despite other girls having shorter dresses), and, finally kicked her out of the dance.
What made Claire so provocative that these men couldn’t control themselves? Well, apparently the fact that she’s 5’9, with long legs, and built more like a grown woman than like a typical teenager. That’s it.
The problem isn’t that these men found her to be attractive; the problem is  that they and others—including other women—held Claire responsible for the men’s unwillingness to control their own reactions.
The message here is that if a man has difficulty controlling himself around a woman he finds attractive, it’s the woman’s fault for being too “provocative.”
Let me emphasize that point for those who still don’t get it: Women are held accountable for men’s reactions. This is why when a woman reports a rape, or sexual harassment of any kind, among the first questions asked—by both men and women—is inevitably, “what was she wearing?” And unless she was covered head to toe, there are inevitably comments like, “Well, what did she expect?” Even if the woman was wearing baggy sweatpants and a sweater three sizes too big, there are far too many who’s first response is, “Well, she must have done something.”
And this, my friends, is rape culture.
Read the Gawker story here, and Claire’s blog post here.

So they never thought about the fact that they might need help in not liking under 18 years old. Lets blame 15 year old girls next for the guys who like them- and why stop there, lets blame 10 year olds for the men thinking they arousing to look at too. My point is- with some men, there is always an excuse. 

bluesey:

anexperimentallife:

One of the women who organized the dance first complained about Claire’s dress, but upon checking, admitted that it conformed to the standards set for the event. Nonetheless, the same woman later pulled Claire aside and told her that some of the dads—who had been watching from a balcony—felt her dancing was “too provocative” and liable to cause “impure thoughts.”

When Claire pointed out that she hadn’t even been dancing, other chaperones joined in, again told her that her dress was too short (despite having verified it was within standards, and despite other girls having shorter dresses), and, finally kicked her out of the dance.

What made Claire so provocative that these men couldn’t control themselves? Well, apparently the fact that she’s 5’9, with long legs, and built more like a grown woman than like a typical teenager. That’s it.

The problem isn’t that these men found her to be attractive; the problem is  that they and others—including other women—held Claire responsible for the men’s unwillingness to control their own reactions.

The message here is that if a man has difficulty controlling himself around a woman he finds attractive, it’s the woman’s fault for being too “provocative.”

Let me emphasize that point for those who still don’t get it: Women are held accountable for men’s reactions. This is why when a woman reports a rape, or sexual harassment of any kind, among the first questions asked—by both men and women—is inevitably, “what was she wearing?” And unless she was covered head to toe, there are inevitably comments like, “Well, what did she expect?” Even if the woman was wearing baggy sweatpants and a sweater three sizes too big, there are far too many who’s first response is, “Well, she must have done something.”

And this, my friends, is rape culture.

Read the Gawker story here, and Claire’s blog post here.

So they never thought about the fact that they might need help in not liking under 18 years old. Lets blame 15 year old girls next for the guys who like them- and why stop there, lets blame 10 year olds for the men thinking they arousing to look at too. My point is- with some men, there is always an excuse. 

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Plot Twist: All exams got cancelled because the government finally realise that they are actually just marking your memory and not your intelligence and teenagers should be experiencing life and having a good time instead of sat revising bollocks they're not going to use in the future
colourless-achroous:

Black and white blog, I follow back similar xx

colourless-achroous:

Black and white blog, I follow back similar xx

jackalynvirradat:

bluesigma:

bruisebird:

0-memento-mori-0:

why-feminism-is-important:

ashypinky:

feminismordeath:

illusionarysilvercrystal:

clitulhufhtagn:

delicately-interconnected:

Wow this is the most disturbing bit of rape culture I’ve seen all day

This is so fucking repulsive this is seriously a fucking tip sheet for abusers holy fuck no

MAKE SURE THEY CRY AND THEN GIVE THEM ALCOHOL AFTERWARD SO THEY THINK YOU STILL LOVE THEM this is fucking disgusting what the FUCK

I think I’m gonna be sick

"Make sure it ends in tears." That’s not love.

kill me

"aftercare" is literally grooming your abused, emotionally traumatised partner into a state of comfort so that you can abuse them again 

i hate this world

"Rape culture" "abuse" "trauma" ???????? ?? ? ?? ? ???? ? ?

Are yoU FUCKING KIDDING ME?!!? This is a guideline for couples who ENJOY spanking in their relationship, for a wide variety of reasons, like the fact that it’s a KINK!!!!!! IT’S CONSIDERED A PART OF BDSM CULTURE!!!! Notice the very first image says "CONSENTING ADULTS ONLY!!!" THIS IS NOT ABUSE, THIS IS FETISH!!!

THE “AFTERCARE” THAT YOU ARE BITCHING ABOUT IS A **N.E.C.E.S.S.A.R.Y.**  PART OF ANY SCENES OR PLAYS THAT A COUPLE PARTICIPATES IN!!! IT’S LITERALLY WHERE YOU TAKE CARE OF AND LOVE ON YOUR PARTNER THAT WAS PUT THROUGH ANY STRESSING ACTS DURING THE SCENE!!!! IT’S A VERY IMPORTANT THING THAT EVERY HEALTHY BDSM RELATED SCENARIO SHOULD END IN!!!!!!!!

OH MY GOD, CAN SOMEONE THAT HAS A MORE EXTENSIVE KNOWLEDGE OF ALL THIS EXPLAIN IT IN MORE DETAIL FOR ME PLEASE?? I AM TOO ANGRY TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO DO IT!!!!!!

FUCKING

DUMBASSES

also, they’re drinking tea you stupid dildos

THIS

Tears as in tears from your eyes not tears as in rips in the skin. God morons who take this kind of stuff too far are the kind of people who create media frenzies. Its for people who enjoy bdsm. Spanking is fantastic and when my guy takes care of me after ITS LOVE! I have had someone walk away from me after my first sexual encounter, i was left very bruised, alone, ashamed, UNPROTECTED and sore and he just walked away to go drinking. Yet if someone spanks me then looks after me and makes sure I’m alright and cuddles me THAT is rape?!?! Sort your shit out.

heathergraves:

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slutgard3n:

diana-de-vill:

b0hemiaisdead:

Made this for my beauty and the beast obsessed friend for her birthday 🌹also it plays the prologue ;)

Ive been trying to see if i can make one aswell! UGH this is beautiful!

OMFG

I. NEED. ONE. DESPERATELY.

*heart attack*