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thedrawbridgethatismypants:

If you are afraid to talk to me because you are under the impression I’m too cool for you, please don’t be.

Not only are preventing yourself from talking to someone who you think is cool you are preventing me from talking to a cool person and making friends and I like friends.

If you are reading this, this is a personal invitation to talk to me. You don’t have to be witty or clever. Just say Hi. literally that’s all you have to say.

chujo-hime:

#captain show off
peony, rose, and azalea?
Anonymous

Peony:What’s your favorite hot beverage?

Coffee

Rose:Are you currently in love with someone?

Yes :)

Azalea:What’s a movie you cried while watching?

I think the first time I watched The Untouchables I cried when the Sean Connery character died :\

I felt like crying most of the way through ‘2012’ but that was for different reasons :)

Carnation and primrose

Carnation:If I handed you a concert ticket right now, who would you want to be the performer?

In dream land it would be Queen, but that’s sadly impossible unless someone creates a time machine. Other than that, I would really love to see Muse again.

Primrose:Favorite kind of soup?

Potato and Leek. With lots of black pepper. I might make a pot tomorrow :)

cute flower questions
Daisy: How old were you when you had your first kiss?
Carnation: If I handed you a concert ticket right now, who would you want to be the performer?
Jasmine: What color looks best on you?
foxglove: Name three facts about your family?
Allium: What's the best thing you can cook?
Orange Blossom: If you could pick the gender and appearance of your child, would you?
Calla Lily: If you died right now, what song would you want to play at your funeral?
Poinsettia: Favorite holiday dish?
Oxlip: Would you ever get into a long distance relationship?
Primrose: Favorite kind of soup?
Daffodil: What's the most thoughtful present you've ever received?
Rose: Are you currently in love with someone?
Amsonia: Would you ever become a vegan?
Peony: What's your favorite hot beverage?
Tulip: For your birthday, what kind of cake do you ask for?
Myrtle: Do you like going on airplanes?
Hibiscus: Did you ever play an instrument? If so what?
Zinnia: Who was your best friend when you were six years old?
Poppy: What color was your childhood home?
Hydrangea: Starbucks order?
Violet: Do you like where you're from?
Locust: What was your favorite book as a child?
Rhododendron: What's the scariest dream you've ever had?
Queen Anne's Lace: Would you rather carve pumpkins or wrap presents?
Magnolia: Favorite kind of candy?
Aster: Would you rather be cold or hot?
Marigold: Do you listen to what's on the radio?
Heliconia: Do you like when it rains?
Azalea: What's a movie you cried while watching?
Dandelion: Do you think you're important?

darth-spacemarine-tater:

the-doctor-dean-in-221b:

what if Jesus had a middle name

and it was something really lame, like Harold.

"JESUS HAROLD CHRIST. COME HERE THIS INSTANT AND CLEAN YOUR ROOM."

"But MOOOMMM I’m healing a blind man!"

"DON’T MAKE ME GET YOUR FATHER"

"Which one?"

SHUT UP JOESPH YOU’RE NOT MY REAL DAD 

oxfordxcomma:

listener-blue:

bluetrafficlight:

listener-blue:

 

I nearly spat out my coffee when I saw that reply.

she’s blocked us all :)

I just noticed that too… 

I’ve never been blocked before. I feel almost proud :)

i blocked you all because i was tired of whiny males commenting why their lives are sooooooooooo oppressed and why they have so many problems in life and they have NO rights at all. excuse me if i have much better things to do than to whine about how everyone else in the world is oppressed so i HAVE to be oppressed. Maybe spend some time worrying about real problems please

I am female…… please try again.

bluetrafficlight:

listener-blue:

bluetrafficlight:

listener-blue:

 

I nearly spat out my coffee when I saw that reply.

she’s blocked us all :)

I just noticed that too… 

I’ve never been blocked before. I feel almost proud :)

Im proud to stand here with you on this fine day and welcome you to the club

Bring on the anon hate! Then I will feel like I truly belong :D

To the Anti-SJW Crowd

nyronus:

I don’t follow you guys, but due to a relationship with a friend, a lot of your stuff has ended up on my dash. I want you to know that I often see things I respect. I’ve seen the kinds of things you fight against destroy people’s lives. The hate-cult that’s masquerading as justice on Tumblr needs to be confronted. I say this because I want you to know that I am not your enemy.

And I need you to know that because there is something you are doing that you need to stop.

To often the last week I’ve seen “sjw” posts met with eye rolling and and cries of “Not another 14 year white American middle class girl!” or some variation thereof. This? This needs to stop. This is the exact same thing as SJWs dismissing people with “lol male tears” and “fedora.” Oh, I mean, it doesn’t have the same connotations of sexism I see in the latter. Or, at least, I really hope it doesn’t. The fact of the matter is though that you are not actually attacking the argument, you are attacking the person, which is a logical fallacy for a reason. Furthermore, you aren’t even attacking the person directly, you are allowing a stereotype to calcify in your mind and using that stereotype as an excuse to dismiss the argument post-hoc. Which is exactly what you say is wrong when a social justice warrior brings up fedoras and friendzones as a way to silence criticism.

Stop it.

I know its frustrating dealing with the very real ignorant children (and adults!) who come to this site, but it doesn’t matter if an argument is made by a 14 year old white girl or an eighty year old man from India. Wisdom, or lack thereof, knows no sex, age, class, nation, race, or gender. Wrong is wrong and right is right, give or take proper context. Approach each argument you find as if you were ignorant of all the ones before it, and judge it, negatively or positively, on its own real merit, not on some conjured image of the poster. This is the only way we’re ever going to get past this bullshit in the end.

Yours Truly,

Nyronus~

(P.S. If your name is in the tags, I am not making an accusation. I am just trying to get your attention. I figured at least some of you might want to consider this and pass it on.)

bluetrafficlight:

listener-blue:

 

I nearly spat out my coffee when I saw that reply.

she’s blocked us all :)

I just noticed that too… 

I’ve never been blocked before. I feel almost proud :)

bluetrafficlight:

asdagjg:

bluetrafficlight:

asdagjg:

bluetrafficlight:

oxfordxcomma:

i mean of course this isnt the world but the fact it is the united states, one of the wealthiest countries in the world should say something

US Gender pay gap, by state

File:US Gender pay gap, by state.png

  1. mean data is void for 4 reasons
    1) more men are in the work force
    2) women make up a far…

I like this rebuttal cause its not epic and long winded like all the others I’ve seen

cheers pal
I made it because there was a period where twice a day someone would mention the wage gap and use a similar stat  so i just keep it in my drafts and wheel it out

OP followed me because of this. Some of the shit they say is genuinely spooking me

i like how when I mention the inequality in the judicial system they said 

"dont get arrested"

I nearly spat out my coffee when I saw that reply.

oxfordxcomma:

listener-blue:

oxfordxcomma:

listener-blue:

bluetrafficlight:

oxfordxcomma:

bluetrafficlight:

oxfordxcomma:

when i see mens rights advocate i just ??????? like what more rights do you want? what right DONT you have? seriously how does this exist in what way are you oppressed?

hello there friend 

  1. The law assumes men are always the attacker in domestic abuse cases (the duluth model of domestic abuse)
  2. Men get longer prison sentences for the same crimes, in certain countries this is almost constitutional 
  3. The draft is still a thing that mainly affects men
  4. Men are more likely to be victims of violent attacks etc
  5. The law in most nations only recognises male rapists
  6. Male victims are never taken seriously
  7. Gender roles for men are still very much a thing
  8. men make a higher percentage of homeless
  9. men have less money spent on healthcare for them 
  10. men have less paternity rights
  11. men have lower rights to bodily autonomy
  12. Muitlation of genitals in men is the NORM
  13. There is not a single shelter for men in many first world nations
  14. men have a severely falling education and literacy rate
  15. men make up between 98-100% of on job deaths in several different nations (So far all the ones I have seen statistics for)

That’s just the tip, if you have any questions feel free to ask

While these are problems, a lot of these are not human rights and unalienable rights. Women often do not have these basic unalienable rights in every country like men do.

You asked more than one question
also fuck you, fuck you for saying “women have it worse” , wha tthe fuck does that have t do with anything? You asked why the movement exists and what issue its about, THESE ARE THE ISSUEES

you just want to discredit a movement you know nothing about

Uhm

I’d like to know what OP means by ‘unalienable rights’.

Because they asked what rights don’t men have. And you gave a pretty good list of things that are either rights men are fighting for (see 1 - the right to not be assumed to be the perpetrator in IPV, 2 - the right to be treated fairly in a court of law and so on…) issues which face men as much as women, and which therefore validate having the MRM exist alongside feminism, and things which could reasonably be described as ‘oppression’ (the draft for example).

OP seems to have moved the goalposts somewhat. And yet has not given any examples of these ‘unalienable rights’ that men have and women do not.

Which unalienable rights are you talking about OP?

And frankly, even if you can give me a very long list for that, it still doesn’t mean that the things bluetrafficlight mentions are not worth fighting for. It still does not invalidate the existence of the MRM.

"The basic rights and freedoms to which all humans are entitled, often held to include the right to life and liberty, freedom of thought and expression, and equality before the law."

Women are entitled to equal pay. Women are entitled to be able to vote. Women are entitled to be in control of their own vagina. 

…………. nobody is arguing that women shouldn’t have the rights you list…

But, by your own argument, men are entitled to be treated equally before the law as well. Which they are not… as already stated in this thread…

Therefore the MRM is a valid movement.

Right?

 

No because many of those are not human “rights”??? They are merely problems. Both genders have problems but just because they are problems do not make them a right. im done with this argument bye 

Oh good god. 

So women are entitled to be in control of their own vagina. So bodily autonomy is a ‘right’ for a woman.

But not for men?

The fact that male genital mutilation is routine does not mean that men lack ‘rights’ in that area.

It’s just a ‘problem’.

JFC.

oxfordxcomma:

listener-blue:

bluetrafficlight:

oxfordxcomma:

bluetrafficlight:

oxfordxcomma:

when i see mens rights advocate i just ??????? like what more rights do you want? what right DONT you have? seriously how does this exist in what way are you oppressed?

hello there friend 

  1. The law assumes men are always the attacker in domestic abuse cases (the duluth model of domestic abuse)
  2. Men get longer prison sentences for the same crimes, in certain countries this is almost constitutional 
  3. The draft is still a thing that mainly affects men
  4. Men are more likely to be victims of violent attacks etc
  5. The law in most nations only recognises male rapists
  6. Male victims are never taken seriously
  7. Gender roles for men are still very much a thing
  8. men make a higher percentage of homeless
  9. men have less money spent on healthcare for them 
  10. men have less paternity rights
  11. men have lower rights to bodily autonomy
  12. Muitlation of genitals in men is the NORM
  13. There is not a single shelter for men in many first world nations
  14. men have a severely falling education and literacy rate
  15. men make up between 98-100% of on job deaths in several different nations (So far all the ones I have seen statistics for)

That’s just the tip, if you have any questions feel free to ask

While these are problems, a lot of these are not human rights and unalienable rights. Women often do not have these basic unalienable rights in every country like men do.

You asked more than one question
also fuck you, fuck you for saying “women have it worse” , wha tthe fuck does that have t do with anything? You asked why the movement exists and what issue its about, THESE ARE THE ISSUEES

you just want to discredit a movement you know nothing about

Uhm

I’d like to know what OP means by ‘unalienable rights’.

Because they asked what rights don’t men have. And you gave a pretty good list of things that are either rights men are fighting for (see 1 - the right to not be assumed to be the perpetrator in IPV, 2 - the right to be treated fairly in a court of law and so on…) issues which face men as much as women, and which therefore validate having the MRM exist alongside feminism, and things which could reasonably be described as ‘oppression’ (the draft for example).

OP seems to have moved the goalposts somewhat. And yet has not given any examples of these ‘unalienable rights’ that men have and women do not.

Which unalienable rights are you talking about OP?

And frankly, even if you can give me a very long list for that, it still doesn’t mean that the things bluetrafficlight mentions are not worth fighting for. It still does not invalidate the existence of the MRM.

"The basic rights and freedoms to which all humans are entitled, often held to include the right to life and liberty, freedom of thought and expression, and equality before the law."

Women are entitled to equal pay. Women are entitled to be able to vote. Women are entitled to be in control of their own vagina. 

…………. nobody is arguing that women shouldn’t have the rights you list…

But, by your own argument, men are entitled to be treated equally before the law as well. Which they are not… as already stated in this thread…

Therefore the MRM is a valid movement.

Right?

 

msdungeonmaster:

mc-etcher:

Improve your rolling skills with this +5 mug of drinking!D20 dice design etched onto a 15 ounce glass mug.

Why don’t I have this yet I’m mad