July232014
July222014
“Wish I was the bus…” Backseat passenger riding past my bus stop.
2AM

Ten rape prevention tips:

1. Don’t put drugs in women’s drinks.

2. When you see a woman walking by herself, leave her alone.

3. If you pull over to help a woman whose car has broken down, remember not to rape her.

4. If you are in an elevator and a woman gets in, don’t rape her.

5. When you encounter a woman who is asleep, the safest course of action is to not rape her.

6. Never creep into a woman’s home through an unlocked door or window, or spring out at her from between parked cars, or rape her.

7. Remember, people go to the laundry room to do their laundry. Do not attempt to molest someone who is alone in a laundry room.

8. Use the Buddy System! If it is inconvenient for you to stop yourself from raping women, ask a trusted friend to accompany you at all times.

9. Carry a rape whistle. If you find that you are about to rape someone, blow the whistle until someone comes to stop you.

10. Don’t forget: Honesty is the best policy. When asking a woman out on a date, don’t pretend that you are interested in her as a person; tell her straight up that you expect to be raping her later. If you don’t communicate your intentions, the woman may take it as a sign that you do not plan to rape her.

Rape prevention tips

Posted by Leigh Hofheimer under Prevention

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July172014
bulletproof-fantasy:

enjorlove:

pardonmewhileipanic:

thotbotsuperstar:

dynastylnoire:

perpetualdaydream:

baskintheafterglow:

expect-the-greatest:

champagnexstrawberrykisses:

expect-the-greatest:

Bruh

What the hell?

Niggas out here trappin women

Then wonder how your ass got burned

what the fuck…

I’ve had a dude do that before. that shit is terrifying. Dude went across the room like he typically would to get one. Came back and I didn’t know that he didn’t have one until he pulled out.
I FLIPPED. Cried all the way home. Cried for days. Got tested. Bought the morning after pill. Seriously, fuck dudes that do this. There should be laws against it.

There ARE laws against this. It’s called rape by deception or fraudulent rape and basically, it’s anytime the conditions of your consent are compromised. In a situation like this, you consented to protected sex. By having sex in a way you did not consent to, a crime WAS committed and he could be charged if any physical effects like pregnancy or STD occurred. Remember, ANY SEXUAL ACTIVITY YOU DON’T CONSENT TO IS RAPE. 

If a guy does this, it’s rape. Call the cops. Ruin his life since he has no problem risking yours. Make him fucking learn. Rapists belong in jail. Rape by deception is rape, not a funny “meme”. 

This is incredibly important for everyone to see!! EVERYONE

yes YOU NEED THIS ON YOUR DASH EVERYONE

bulletproof-fantasy:

enjorlove:

pardonmewhileipanic:

thotbotsuperstar:

dynastylnoire:

perpetualdaydream:

baskintheafterglow:

expect-the-greatest:

champagnexstrawberrykisses:

expect-the-greatest:

Bruh

What the hell?

Niggas out here trappin women

Then wonder how your ass got burned

what the fuck…

I’ve had a dude do that before. that shit is terrifying. Dude went across the room like he typically would to get one. Came back and I didn’t know that he didn’t have one until he pulled out.

I FLIPPED. Cried all the way home. Cried for days. Got tested. Bought the morning after pill. Seriously, fuck dudes that do this. There should be laws against it.

There ARE laws against this. It’s called rape by deception or fraudulent rape and basically, it’s anytime the conditions of your consent are compromised. In a situation like this, you consented to protected sex. By having sex in a way you did not consent to, a crime WAS committed and he could be charged if any physical effects like pregnancy or STD occurred. Remember, ANY SEXUAL ACTIVITY YOU DON’T CONSENT TO IS RAPE. 

If a guy does this, it’s rape. Call the cops. Ruin his life since he has no problem risking yours. Make him fucking learn. Rapists belong in jail. Rape by deception is rape, not a funny “meme”. 

This is incredibly important for everyone to see!! EVERYONE

yes YOU NEED THIS ON YOUR DASH EVERYONE

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July162014

"I love to see a young girl go out and grab the world by the lapels. Life’s a bitch. You’ve got to go out and kick ass.” - Maya Angelou

"I love to see a young girl go out and grab the world by the lapels. Life’s a bitch. You’ve got to go out and kick ass.” - Maya Angelou

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3AM
shslactualjustice:

rosefire:

gaywitch-practisingabortion:

situationalstudent:

purplespacecats:

professorbutterscotch:

kiskolee:

THIS.

I have never thought about it in this context
that’s actually really, really creepy.

I… fuck.

Yeah, basically.

I once pointed this out to my mother and she just stared at me, in stunned silence for ages. 

There will always be a girl who is less sober, less secure, with less friends walking in a darker part of town. I want her safe just as much as I want me safe.



I disagree. To prevent from being the victim of any crime, you change your behavior from what you would like to do to doing things that are considered safer, rather than doing what you want. I know when most crimes are committed, so I avoid going out at the times and places where they are committed. I change my behavior because I don’t want to be a victim. It’s unfair to me, because I can’t enjoy certain things like I want, but I must face the reality that life is sometimes unfair, and I might be the victim of a crime. It’s not my fault that I was a victim, by any means, but I don’t want to get hurt or killed by simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time. By encouraging women to change their behavior, you’re encouraging them to take precautions and be safe. It might be unfair to women, but it’s reality: Crime happens to people. And women aren’t the only ones who change behavior. Some places in the US, you shouldn’t wear certain colors or act a certain way because of gang violence. Men, especially in my state, are encouraged to have CCWs, and stay away from certain places at certain times. It’s not saying ‘pick on this other person’, it’s saying ‘be safe, you don’t know what’s out there’. To compare it other crimes, it’s why we don’t leave valuables in plain sight. Or why we’re encouraged to remain nice to others, in case they have an anger problem. You aren’t telling them ‘punch this other guy’ or ‘break into THIS car, not that one’, you’re saying you don’t want to be a victim, and you encourage everyone to act this way so they aren’t hurt either.

Furthermore, what’s your proposed theory on how to prevent rape? Teaching people not to rape doesn’t matter. Rapists are going to rape, regardless of the laws and attitudes towards it. They know it’s wrong, and that’s why they go to efforts to hide it, whether it is destroying evidence or intimidating victims, or even murdering their victims. Teaching men not to rape is the same line of logic that says that we should teach people not to steal. It’s been a part of society since we’ve established a society, but there are still thieves. Or teaching people not to kill. Or any other common crimes. It might be a good way to make your self feel a little bit better, but it’s like putting a poster over a hole in the wall: You don’t deal with the root of the issue. People don’t rape because they aren’t educated on what rape is and isn’t; they rape because they are evil people. Select individuals rape. By treating every man as a rapist? That doesn’t work because you have to leave your home sometime, and by being afraid of every man you come across, you will never be a functional member of society. You can’t do anything if you’re constantly paranoid. Everyone has to be a bit cautious…

:deep breath:Let’s go through this one fallacy at a time. I will do this because you have replied after me, and therefore are addressing everyone in this thread.“To prevent from being the victim of any crime, you change your behavior from what you would like to do to doing things that are considered safer, rather than doing what you want.”
“It’s unfair to me, because I can’t enjoy certain things like I want, but I must face the reality that life is sometimes unfair, and I might be the victim of a crime.”

Things that are “considered safer” do not make you safe. There is no magic combination of behaviors you can perform that will make you safe or safer from rape. Things considered safer practices are usually restrictive measures on women’s behaviors with a result of convincing victims that they were at fault for not performing this charade of safety more thoroughly. Women going out, brazenly saying “I do what I want, screw consequences” do not cause rape nor are they the sole pool of rape victims. You are implying that rape is due to a lack of self-control on the parts of the victims, which is an utter lie. 

“I know when most crimes are committed, so I avoid going out at the times and places where they are committed.”
“It’s not my fault that I was a victim, by any means, but I don’t want to get hurt or killed by simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time.”

According to RAINN, most rapes occur between 6 pm and midnight, and over half of rapes occur at the victim’s home or close by. So, statistically, you should avoid your own house and neighborhood during the evening until midnight, a practice not usually proposed by those “safest practice” shares.

”I change my behavior because I don’t want to be a victim.”

Here’s the problem: nobody wants to be the victim of rape. Changing your behavior does not actually make you safer. You change your behavior to give yourself some semblance of control.

“To compare it other crimes, it’s why we don’t leave valuables in plain sight.”

The comparison fails that the inherent value of material goods provides a definite financial incentive to taking them. The only incitement anyone offers for rape is corporeal existence, which you can’t get rid of or effectively hide away.


“Furthermore, what’s your proposed theory on how to prevent rape? Teaching people not to rape doesn’t matter. Rapists are going to rape, regardless of the laws and attitudes towards it.”

Rape is not inevitable, rapist are not inevitable. Even if these problems were unstoppable forces, it would not make it the victims’ problem to deal with. Victims are not responsible for rape.

“People don’t rape because they aren’t educated on what rape is and isn’t; they rape because they are evil people.”

I know it feels really good to pretend that all rapists are evil people, but the world is not that starkly divided. There are not good and evil people. There are people who do evil things, people who do good things, and a whole bunch of people who do both good and evil things. The psychology behind rape is a lot more complex than you’re making it out to be.

“You can’t do anything if you’re constantly paranoid.”

You’ll have to find another way of not being paranoid that doesn’t involve telling other potential victims of rape, especially women, how to act.

shslactualjustice:

rosefire:

gaywitch-practisingabortion:

situationalstudent:

purplespacecats:

professorbutterscotch:

kiskolee:

THIS.

I have never thought about it in this context

that’s actually really, really creepy.

I… fuck.

Yeah, basically.

I once pointed this out to my mother and she just stared at me, in stunned silence for ages. 

There will always be a girl who is less sober, less secure, with less friends walking in a darker part of town. I want her safe just as much as I want me safe.

I disagree. To prevent from being the victim of any crime, you change your behavior from what you would like to do to doing things that are considered safer, rather than doing what you want. I know when most crimes are committed, so I avoid going out at the times and places where they are committed. I change my behavior because I don’t want to be a victim. It’s unfair to me, because I can’t enjoy certain things like I want, but I must face the reality that life is sometimes unfair, and I might be the victim of a crime. It’s not my fault that I was a victim, by any means, but I don’t want to get hurt or killed by simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time. By encouraging women to change their behavior, you’re encouraging them to take precautions and be safe. It might be unfair to women, but it’s reality: Crime happens to people. And women aren’t the only ones who change behavior. Some places in the US, you shouldn’t wear certain colors or act a certain way because of gang violence. Men, especially in my state, are encouraged to have CCWs, and stay away from certain places at certain times. It’s not saying ‘pick on this other person’, it’s saying ‘be safe, you don’t know what’s out there’. To compare it other crimes, it’s why we don’t leave valuables in plain sight. Or why we’re encouraged to remain nice to others, in case they have an anger problem. You aren’t telling them ‘punch this other guy’ or ‘break into THIS car, not that one’, you’re saying you don’t want to be a victim, and you encourage everyone to act this way so they aren’t hurt either.

Furthermore, what’s your proposed theory on how to prevent rape? Teaching people not to rape doesn’t matter. Rapists are going to rape, regardless of the laws and attitudes towards it. They know it’s wrong, and that’s why they go to efforts to hide it, whether it is destroying evidence or intimidating victims, or even murdering their victims. Teaching men not to rape is the same line of logic that says that we should teach people not to steal. It’s been a part of society since we’ve established a society, but there are still thieves. Or teaching people not to kill. Or any other common crimes. It might be a good way to make your self feel a little bit better, but it’s like putting a poster over a hole in the wall: You don’t deal with the root of the issue. People don’t rape because they aren’t educated on what rape is and isn’t; they rape because they are evil people. Select individuals rape. By treating every man as a rapist? That doesn’t work because you have to leave your home sometime, and by being afraid of every man you come across, you will never be a functional member of society. You can’t do anything if you’re constantly paranoid. Everyone has to be a bit cautious…

:deep breath:

Let’s go through this one fallacy at a time. I will do this because you have replied after me, and therefore are addressing everyone in this thread.

“To prevent from being the victim of any crime, you change your behavior from what you would like to do to doing things that are considered safer, rather than doing what you want.”
“It’s unfair to me, because I can’t enjoy certain things like I want, but I must face the reality that life is sometimes unfair, and I might be the victim of a crime.”

Things that are “considered safer” do not make you safe. There is no magic combination of behaviors you can perform that will make you safe or safer from rape. Things considered safer practices are usually restrictive measures on women’s behaviors with a result of convincing victims that they were at fault for not performing this charade of safety more thoroughly. Women going out, brazenly saying “I do what I want, screw consequences” do not cause rape nor are they the sole pool of rape victims. You are implying that rape is due to a lack of self-control on the parts of the victims, which is an utter lie.

“I know when most crimes are committed, so I avoid going out at the times and places where they are committed.”
“It’s not my fault that I was a victim, by any means, but I don’t want to get hurt or killed by simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time.”

According to RAINN, most rapes occur between 6 pm and midnight, and over half of rapes occur at the victim’s home or close by. So, statistically, you should avoid your own house and neighborhood during the evening until midnight, a practice not usually proposed by those “safest practice” shares.

”I change my behavior because I don’t want to be a victim.”

Here’s the problem: nobody wants to be the victim of rape. Changing your behavior does not actually make you safer. You change your behavior to give yourself some semblance of control.

“To compare it other crimes, it’s why we don’t leave valuables in plain sight.”

The comparison fails that the inherent value of material goods provides a definite financial incentive to taking them. The only incitement anyone offers for rape is corporeal existence, which you can’t get rid of or effectively hide away.

“Furthermore, what’s your proposed theory on how to prevent rape? Teaching people not to rape doesn’t matter. Rapists are going to rape, regardless of the laws and attitudes towards it.”

Rape is not inevitable, rapist are not inevitable. Even if these problems were unstoppable forces, it would not make it the victims’ problem to deal with. Victims are not responsible for rape.

“People don’t rape because they aren’t educated on what rape is and isn’t; they rape because they are evil people.”

I know it feels really good to pretend that all rapists are evil people, but the world is not that starkly divided. There are not good and evil people. There are people who do evil things, people who do good things, and a whole bunch of people who do both good and evil things. The psychology behind rape is a lot more complex than you’re making it out to be.

“You can’t do anything if you’re constantly paranoid.”

You’ll have to find another way of not being paranoid that doesn’t involve telling other potential victims of rape, especially women, how to act.

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July142014
phoscomicart:

Justice League Princesses.
From The Line: It Is Drawn, over at Comic Book Resources

phoscomicart:

Justice League Princesses.

From The Line: It Is Drawn, over at Comic Book Resources

2AM
July132014

terraspirk:

Iron Bull pansexual romance finally confirmed?

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4AM

mintydroid:

oitnb season 3 requirements

  • for poussey to never be sad ever.

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