Oh FFS, there’s nothing wrong with wearing armor that makes you feel sexy.

seretuscumbia:

buns-of-men:

There IS something wrong when your only choice is sexy armor.

There IS something wrong when half the population is denied the same privilege to feel sexy when they want.

Also please do not try to convince anyone that imageand imageare the same thing.

Even at it’s skimpiest, one is a male power fantasy and the other is a male sexual fantasy.  It is all still intended for a (heterosexual) male audience.

Whoops my opinions are showing.

(Reblogged from shimozu)

justjasper:

male gamers like to pretend that male characters designed, draw/rendered and written by men, made hulkishly muscular and hypermasculine by men for a deliberate target audience of men is objectification and hypersexualisation rather than actively appealing to male power fantasy

and it’s somehow women’s fault of course

(Reblogged from feministroosterteeth)

schweiber:

*to the tune of “our house”* I’m DRUNK in the middle of the WEEK

(Reblogged from kepprachameleon)
The Big Bang Theory shows geek culture the same way that 50 Shades of Grey shows BDSM culture.

(via dezi-desire)

OH MY GOD YOU PUT IT INTO WORDS. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU.

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canadad:

can we please get some sort of mental health education for parents i cant believe how many are in denial of their child’s condition

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maliny-w-lecie:

Mentally ill people are not the problem.  Inaccessible, unaffordable health care is the problem. Stigma is the problem. Lack of treatment is a problem. Lack of understanding is the problem. Lack of compassion is the problem. Not taking people seriously is the problem. Lack of honest conversation and open dialogue is a problem. Using jails as a housing facility for mentally ill persons is a problem.  Do you understand me. Mentally ill people are not the problem.

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blindbeards0llux:

ask-an-mra-anything9:

cakeandrevolution:

Bottom line: If you oppose raising the minimum wage you’re saying that some people don’t deserve to be able to feed and shelter themselves and you’re trash.

Yet I bet these feminists would have no problem with raising the minimum wage for women only, leaving men unable to feed or shelter themselves. Because feminists are trash.

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sourcedumal:

hobbitdragon:

crotchetybushtit:

usually unpopular opinion puffin pisses me off but this is so important

yes this

ALL OF THIS

(Source: wildreservations)

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Anonymous said: don't you hate how misogynistic and horrible it is that they gave samus high heels in smash bros? it doesnt make sense and it is impractical as fuck

chaofanatic:

jet-setto-radio:

ranakanth:

rebornica:

theroguefeminist:

feministpokemonmaster:

rebornica:

image

anon is actually right, why should samus’s design include high heels? Pretty illogical choice for someone who is in combat. 

But no, let’s celebrate this so-called witty use of this gif above. 

this is bullshit

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Sorry no.  Until there are men in speedos, or something equally sexist and ridiculous on the other side, “it’s a fucking video game” is the worst cop-out in history.  The same dudebros who hide behind “it’s a video game” would be the first ones complaining if there was something even vaguely homosexual or if the men were in something emasculating.   Samus in armor is fine.  Samus in the hyper-sexualized “zero” suit is sexism, plain and simple, I don’t give a damn how you rationalize it.

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What a compelling argument.  I’m certain that now that objectification is pretty much equal in the industry that there is also multiple games with jiggle physics specifically for their scantily clad male character’s asses.  

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Anonymous said: It's disturbing about little you know about nutrition yet you're commenting and advising on it.

zeroyalviking:

Bro science, bro

Not to start anything, but invoking ‘science’ without any context or resources is really not super compelling.  I mean, you’re entitled to your lifestyle preferences, but as a scientist, and also a vegan and athlete, I must address that nutrition is not a very black and white field and there is definitely some compelling evidence of the benefits of alternative diets.  That’s not to make a value or moral judgement on a diet or lifestyle, but it is irresponsible to make claims about a field of medicine that you haven’t studied in.

Sorry if this is unsolicited, but here are some scientific/medical sources about the effects of vegan/vegetarian diets:

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/149636.php

http://www.brown.edu/Student_Services/Health_Services/Health_Education/nutrition_&_eating_concerns/being_a_vegetarian.php

http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/89/5/1627S.full

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