the-stinky-squid:

arhenadoeslife:

fiercefatfeminist:

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Let me introduce you to the University of Toronto protest that happened in 2012. ย Warren Farrell was holding a lecture discussing menโ€™s rights, menโ€™s issues and problems that they face in society and this is what happened.

Feminist activists embodied the exact opposite of peaceful protest and had to be forced back by a multitude of police because they were physically barring the entrance to the campus building, keeping many from entering to listen to the lecture.

Later on the fire alarm was pulled without cause, an act which is punishable by law. ย Curiously though, no charges were ever filed and no investigation was put toward finding out who pulled the alarm to disrupt this lecture. ย 

This is what happens when people who are concerned about male DV victims talk. ย This is what happens when men try to find their own space to work out how to handle the problems they face in society. ย Left and right, you have these self-righteous people who are framing the narrative to make it look as though theyโ€™re preemptively silencing hate speech, rather than silencing a manโ€™s freedom of speech.

If you want people to stop bringing up male victims in the same conversation talking about female victims, stop silencing the people who are trying to talk about male victims on their own time. ย Thank you.

^^^

(via egalitarianism-is-equality)

wearegrootforever:

really not in the mood tonight to deal with stupid shit from people …//…

And iโ€™m not gonna fucking put up anymore with some peopleโ€™s disgusting holier than thou shit that somehow Vin Diesel doesnโ€™t have a right to feel upset about Paul Walkerโ€™s death because Paul had it coming and shouldnโ€™t have been in a car that drove above the speed limit - I donโ€™t care if you fucking think Paul had it coming with the car accident or not, I donโ€™t fucking care if you think youโ€™re right - none of that changes the fact that Vin has every right in the goddamn universe to feel sad and be effected by the death of someone he loves, no matter who you think is at fault - a loss is a loss, no matter how it fucking happened - and if youโ€™re gonna open your mouth to say anything different, then Iโ€™m not gonna play nice anymore, Iโ€™m done - if youโ€™re gonna open your fucking mouth and say those words, then I hope someone you love dies and everyone in the world will follow you around every single day and laugh at you and tell you how much the person you love had it coming and deserved it - I donโ€™t care if that makes me a fucking terrible person, at least I own up to it instead playing off some holier than thou attitude like Iโ€™m some saint

some nights iโ€™m just so fucking done with the human race, goddamn fucking blind and delusional and selfish and no amount of empathy for anyone

[Death is part of life. Just as grieving is part of the psychological acceptance process that is part and parcel of a healthy, emotive human being. Those who say otherwise lack empathy, and have some serious, deep-seated issues.
Vin’s right to mourn is entirely unrelated to the circumstances revolving around Paul’s death. His grief in no way justifies Paul’s careless decisions or the careless actions of the individual behind the wheel of the vehicle. Those who try to say otherwise are attempting to redirect from the fact that Vin’s response to Paul’s death demonstrates deep emotional attachment, the fact that Vin has alluded to something much more rich and complex in their private lives than anything either of them ever permitted into the spotlight.
I imagine that ignorance, that secrecy, makes them feel extremely uncomfortable, and so they distract from it, because they can’t explain it or rationalize it away.]

jcatgrl:

copperbadge:

persinetteinthetower:

moriartythetease:

So what happens if two people who have promised their firstborn to separate witches have a child together? Do they both just pop up in the nursery and have a custody battle?

I need a book about a little girl whose parents had promised their firstborn to different witches and the only way that both ends of the deal were fulfilled was for them to have joint custody of the child.

I love it!

And then the witches, forced to share a cottage while raising their joint stolen child, fall in loveโ€ฆ

[Wait, who said the witches were female. LOL.]

(via wickedlydevious)