If I’m eating it; assume it’s vegan. Stop asking. I haven’t given up my ethics for a fucking biscuit.
Yes. Yes. Yes. All of the above yes. Dear lord Jesus yes. An infinity of yesses. Watch this. Take a moment to reflect. And realize this video is fucking gold.
This shit again? Why the fuck does the “porn privilege” defence keep remaining popular? How does this make sense to dudebros? There is literally no other issue concerning LGBTQIA+ rights and representation that is measured in porn. There’s a fuck ton of gay male porn and I don’t hear anybody shouting “homophobia is over!”
"You plagiarized a sentence in an essay? Expelled & we’ll make it hard for you to enroll into another school ever again."
"You raped and assaulted a student on campus? You can come back to school."
fuck the education system
I will never NOT reblog this.
I really sincerely hate doing two of the things I’m about to do. The first is delve into my personal life. Most of you who follow me on here know that I’m all about blogging in support of animal rights, the occasional Game of Thrones or Sherlock post, and lots…
but why do i say “i know” to my pets when they make noises. im lying to them. i don’t know anything.
Interesting to note that while a history of animal cruelty is widely accepted to be a link with becoming a serial killer, the link between cruelty towards women and killing women is still up for debate. If a guy abuses a cat and then shoots women we say "we should have seen it coming that guy was nuts", but if abuses women and then shoots women we say "we had no way of seeing it coming that guy was a perfectly polite, kind and wonderful human”.(via freightrains)
Most mass murderers do not go from zero to 60. Rodger made escalating assaults on women (splashing coffee on them, attempting to shove them off a ledge) before his killing spree. Both Cho and Justin-Jinich’s murderer harassed women before they killed anyone. When such acts go unnoticed and unpunished — because we expect men to harass women, and it’s not outrageous or even noteworthy when they do — they can become stepping-stones to more conspicuous and less socially acceptable acts of violence.