the most exciting thing that has happened today is when my best friend tried to say ‘wait’ and ‘hang on’ at the same time and ended up saying ‘wang on’ and I thought about it on the way home and nearly crashed my car from laughing so hard
ughuhgufh you know that feeling where you want someone SO BAD like not even in a sexual way like you just want to touch their skin and hug them and feel their warmth and smell their scent and feel how soft their hair is and look into their eyes and hear their voice and soak in their presence like it’s physically impossible to have them by your side but you need it so bad like you just want them to be yours you want them physically there for you
Half of it is to do with the media, half of it is to do with his actual talent. I don’t hate him as a person, but:
He’s not that good of a rapper. You can scream “but he’s talking about issues!” all you want, but there’s other rappers who are concious, and doing it better.
"Same Love" is an awful song. I listened to it and thought the LGBTQ community deserved better. "Animal Style" by MURS is a much better song. Also, "I thought I was gay because I could draw"? Really?
"The Heist" is not worthy of any praise, because it’s nothing special. It’s just another pop-rap album that just so happens to contain a song about a thrift shop, and gay marriage.
Some people ignore LGBTQ rappers because of him. They don’t even know they exist. They think hip-hop is some fucking homophobic wasteland.
Then the media. The media go and portray him as the second coming of Jesus Christ. Everything he does, they’re praising him. You know when he gave a shoutout to Trayvon and his family? Everyone was praising him. Meanwhile, every black rapper/celebrity that supported Trayvon’s family was vilified by the media. Jamie Foxx got branded a racist for wearing a fucking t-shirt with Trayvon on it.
His fans are probably one of the most annoying fandom of all time. Much like the media, they portray him as the second coming of Christ. They’re all up there, praising him for every movement he makes. And every time people have a problem with his music, they’re quick to pop up and say: “Well, he’s rapping about issues!”
His fans are so ridiculously warped, they think all hip-hop music is about “bitches”, “hoes”, and “niggas”, which is a ridiculous way to view hip-hop.
Alright I’m not going to even pretend this isn’t an issue among the ask blogs. Recently there has been a LARGE amount of creepy and almost borderline sexual harassment asks being sent to a lot of the ask blogs.
Look alright.. JUST STOP.
A lot of the ask blogs are not here to make your fantasies come true. We are not your objects. We are regular people with regular lives. WE ARE NOT YOUR SEXUAL TOYS OR PLAY THINGS.
Messages like the following are not ok:
" Can I suck your dick "
" I am writing a fan fiction about you and some other blogs raping this blog "
" What is your gender. I want to fantasize about you "
Descriptive messages on how you are going to sexually molest and rape a person is not okay either!!
Do you really think this is okay to send someone this ?
You are literally driving your favorite ask blogs away from Tumblr the more you do this. It is disgusting and appalling and the person running the blog should not have to feel harassed by you.
I am not kidding when I say that these messages are being sent
Things like this are not okay. Especially not on anon or if the blog owner did not give consent to it.
i never understood the whole reaction towards mental illness where someone says “it’s all in your head” i feel like that statement is just as redundant as telling someone with pulmonary edema that “the fluid is all in your lungs” like yes. yeah thats exactly where it is get it out of thERe/???
You cant draw hands well because your hands get jealous when you try to draw pics of other hands its like FRIck no i dont likeit when you draw other hands . thats why its easy to make a hand print with paint on a piece of paper but its hard to draw hands. Jealous hands. Greedy
when people accuse queer and trans individuals of playing oppression olympics with cisgender and heterosexual people.
what the fuck are you talking about, how can you play oppression olympics against those who are not even oppressed.
you crying cisphobia and heterophobia just distracts from real issues. you’re not even oppressed, and if you are claiming this then you must really think hate crimes, discrimination, systematic oppression, bias judicial systems, widespread accepted hatred, misinformation, abuse, homelessness, depression, loneliness, and suicide is hella fucking fun.
just stop doing it that
for fucks sake, if you feel so bad that you’re privileged you can just help out those who are not, you don’t have to make up cisphobia and heterphobia just to feel like you’re in some club.
shit im cis you dont see me being all hurt because people criticized cisness
Twenty-four years ago today, December 6, 1989, Marc Lépine murdered fourteen women and wounded ten women. He entered École Polytechnique de Montréal with a Ruger Mini-14 and a hunting knife for the purpose of “fighting feminism” by murdering the female engineering students there. He began his violence in a classroom where first he ordered the students to separate into men and women. He asked the female students in French if they knew why he had singled them out.
One student answered no, and Lépine explained, “I am fighting feminism.” Nathalie Provost attempted to defuse the situation: “Look, we are just women studying engineering, not necessarily feminists ready to march on the streets to shout we are against men, just students intent on leading a normal life.” Lépine replied, “You’re women, you’re going to be engineers. You’re all a bunch of feminists. I hate feminists.” He opened fire and killed six women. Lépine continued through the school, committing more murders and assaults (gun and knife). Finally he killed himself. Contained in his suicide note was a hit list of nineteen more Quebec women whom he considered feminist figures.
In response to the École Polytechnique massacre, Canada designated December 6 National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. On this day we also remember all violence against women: we call attention to partner abuse and violence against women which is especially overlooked, like the violence so many Aboriginal women face.
24 years ago today, fourteen women died because they were women.
“Catcalls make us feel unsafe. Catcalls remind us that, at any moment, even when we feel safe, we could be assaulted. Even if we were all superwomen, capable of dodging all harm, catcalls tell us that we’re only objects, waiting to be objectified by the next brazen creep who walks by.”—Valerie Burn, Cat Call Season (via bytheseawithoutme)