Male privilege is the sexualization of Breast Cancer awareness.
It reminds me of what Randall Munroe said:
“The frustrating thing about the “Save the Boobies” campaign and similar things (like the “Booberday” meme going around G+) is that they get it exactly backward. Often, the point of breast cancer treatment is to destroy some or all of the boobies in order to save the woman.
Saying that we should work to cure this disease because it threatens breasts is really upsetting. For starters, it suggests that women are worth saving because they’re attached to breasts, rather than the other way around. But worse, it tells any woman who’s had a mastectomy to try to save her life that she’s lost the thing that made people care about her survival. What a punch in the stomach.”
Thin Privilege is this ad right here. I don’t think I even need to comment on the bullshit
My sister has a bearded dragon and they typically eat crickets, but they’ll eat mice occasionally as well. She bought this mouse a week ago and the first day, the bearded dragon put the mouse in his mouth and the mouse squeaked so he spit it out… and he’s never tried to eat it again! Now they’re friends and the mouse sleeps on his back and head and even moved some wood chips over to where the bearded dragon sleeps so he would have a bed too! It’s so cute.
deedee this some nasty ass coffee i hate u so much but the pussy game ridiculous
goddammit i love this post so much
Favorite post on tumblr
but the pussy game ridiculous
From “Depression: a discussion of Jung’s ideas.”
Journal Anal Psychol. 1989 Oct; 34(4):339-52. PMID: 2808129
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I’m a film directing major and this is the industry I am going into. I wouldn’t be surprised if most people think that women are only good for directing romantic comedies, also known as “chick flicks”.
i need feminism because when i went night clubbing the other night, i was stalked from clyb to club by a group of men who thought it was OK to continuously (throughout the night) physically drag me away from my friends while i was dancing, hand me drinks that i didn’t want, touch my body without prmission, and steal parts of my costume (it was a dress-up themed night.
and when i told the security about it, their responses were “what do you expect? you’re a girl at a club” and “why are you complaining about getting attention?”
i eventually went home after being dragged away from my friends again, forced against a wall, and having a tongue stuck down my throat. i was too scared to stay out any longer in fear of what might happen to me.