TIME FOR A RANT!

Feminism, Rape, and Abuse. Three touchy subjects with everyone. Everyone has a different view on each of em. Let’s start with one that infuriates me the most out of all, Feminism.
Feminism is, or at least was, the belief that men and women should be equal. Everyone would agree with that, who wouldn’t? Who wouldn’t say it? But what feminism has pretty much evolved into is gender superiority. What modern day “feminists” believe is that women should be superior to men. These people have so many things wrong with them that I can’t even fathom the idiocracy of these “people.”
Let’s take this for example. A man and a woman have sex and the woman ends up getting pregnant. The man has two choices, become a father or run away. While the woman can FORCE the man to court and give him full custody and have to pay child support. That’s fair, totally.
Next subject, rape. RAPE CAN HAPPEN TO MEN TOO! What rape is in a nutshell is sexual interactions where one member doesn’t agree to participate in such actions. This includes men as well. Some men take the forcefulness to grab the woman and whatever. But some women can do the same exact thing to men. They can force a man to have sex with them. And the woman can take her case to court and say “he raped me, put him away for 30+ years” while if the man says the same thing, he will get laughed at, put down by many, and not get anything. Fair again.
And the last, abuse. Let me say something. My mother was in an abusive relationship. I can tell you some things to give you insight to be related or be friends with someone who’s in an abusive relationship. Now when I say abusive, my mother had her nose broken, got pinned up against a wall, and had a drink spilled all over her. She was in this for 6 years because she believed he would change. She would cry, not speak, and leave the house often without giving a reason. She stopped talking to people she frequently talked to. Now that I can say that this is important and a cause that shouldn’t just be ignored, let me say THIS. MEN CAN BE ABUSED TOO! There was a survey that said that men have had a woman hurl footwear at them. Or have even been physically abused by them. Let me also say that the SJWs once did this idea where they would post multiple articles talking about how they beat their boyfriends and everyone didn’t care. There was a man who posted an article talking about how he beat his girlfriend and there was an uproar. Fair, eh? No. Or this. Ray Rice. His girlfriend hit him. It is clearly documented that he was hit by his girlfriend. But then he knocked out his girlfriend and there was an uproar. That’s so fair, eh?

micdotcom
micdotcom:

Watch: Haunting PSA reminds us how the cycle of abuse really begins

From an early age, children develop big dreams of becoming doctors, teachers, scientists and singers — but nowhere in the infinite range of possibilities would a child ever say, “I want to beat my wife so badly that she ends up in the hospital.” 
In a a powerful move to inform people about the root causes of gendered domestic violence, “Our Watch,” a new Australian initiative to stop violence against women and children, just released its first video PSA.
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micdotcom:

Watch: Haunting PSA reminds us how the cycle of abuse really begins

From an early age, children develop big dreams of becoming doctors, teachers, scientists and singers — but nowhere in the infinite range of possibilities would a child ever say, “I want to beat my wife so badly that she ends up in the hospital.” 

In a a powerful move to inform people about the root causes of gendered domestic violence, “Our Watch,” a new Australian initiative to stop violence against women and children, just released its first video PSA.

It begins at home Follow micdotcom

biospookalacka

biospookalacka:

Women can rape men.

Women can abuse men.

A woman having sex with a teenage boy is rape, not sex, she is a pedophile, and he is not “lucky”.

These things being a minority of cases does not mean they deserve less representation.

Circumcision is genital mutilation against a non consenting individual.

The fact that people dont think these are issues, let alone give them any attention is pretty disgusting.

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Spread this. Share this. Do this. Yes.

Reblogging because…..yes. Do this.

Not what I usually reblog but holy chaos that’s smart

My parents made sure me and my sister had a passwords for this exact reason. I even still remember the password… 

there’s also something you can create called an ‘emergency phrase.’ something that seems completely innocent but it means ‘help me, I am somewhere unsafe and can’t talk.’
Common phrases can be like ‘so how is uncle [name that no one in your family has]’ or ‘did you remember to feed the [pet you don’t have]?’

My family has an emergency phrase using our old dog’s name.

Storing this in the memory bank for when I have kids.


We did this as kids. I definitely still remember the password. To sign us out in elementary school you usually had to tell the password to the office workers before they would even call us down. So freaking smart!

nothing-comes-easily:

ghdos:

geeknkinks:

myutsuu:

dp-shrine-in-closet-girl:

emerald-protector:

peachy-gg:

peachy-gg:

Spread this. Share this. Do this. Yes.

Reblogging because…..yes. Do this.

Not what I usually reblog but holy chaos that’s smart

My parents made sure me and my sister had a passwords for this exact reason. I even still remember the password… 

there’s also something you can create called an ‘emergency phrase.’ something that seems completely innocent but it means ‘help me, I am somewhere unsafe and can’t talk.’

Common phrases can be like ‘so how is uncle [name that no one in your family has]’ or ‘did you remember to feed the [pet you don’t have]?’

My family has an emergency phrase using our old dog’s name.

Storing this in the memory bank for when I have kids.

We did this as kids. I definitely still remember the password. To sign us out in elementary school you usually had to tell the password to the office workers before they would even call us down. So freaking smart!