1. Reblogged from: totally-stab-caesar
  2. persnicketyqueerprincess:

    I have no respect for people that are “skeptical” of bisexual teens. You are the reason so many of us bisexual adults spent our teen years in one closet or another. Dealing with that shit was some of the most damaging stuff I’ve had to deal with and I will NOT sit idly by while you do this to more kids. So kindly keep your opinions in the garbage where they belong.

    Reblogged from: theroguefeminist
  3. lacigreen:

    ❒ The amazing Chescaleigh has made a video poignantly highlighting issues of racism in the YouTube community.  

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    She talks about the trend where comedy is used to justify harmful things.   Delving deeper, she talks about how the usage (and acceptance) of black face and racial stereotypes contributes to anti-blackness and even murder, in the case of Trayvon Martin, Mike Brown, and countless others.  Make sure you give it a watch and share.

    ❒ A long time advocate against sexual abuse in the YouTube community, and especially the UK community, Lex has made an on-point video addressing the way that abusers should respond.  Definitely worth 3 minutes of your time.

    Yet another case of sexual abuse has surfaced.  Jason Viohni aka “Veeoneeye”, has admitted to getting a minor drunk in order to take advantage of her.  

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    What is particularly disturbing here is the number of people sticking up for him as well as the fact that he made the video “unlisted” so it cannot be found by unknowing viewers.  Please make this information known to your friends who may be at conferences, festivals, etc.

    ❒ I did a radio interview on BBC, along with Dottie, about YouTube sexual abuse.

    ❒ Another young woman has come forward about being raped by Sam.  

    ❒ This blog by one of Sam’s fans bravely provides a pretty detailed (and typical) account of his non-criminal (but still terrible and wrong) behavior.

    Reblogged from: fyeahcracker
  4. theblogchoseme:

    If I text you back fast its not because Im thirsty its because my phone was in my hand at the time. The waiting to text people back on purpose shit is childish

    Reblogged from: letmebrightenyourworld
  5. astronaute:

    reminder that “were you loved as a child?” and “did your parents hug you enough?” jokes are fucking awful because surprise surprise, a lot of us have shitty childhoods so fuck off 

    Reblogged from: asddipper
  6. kungfucarrie:

    happyd00dle:

    Do you guys remember the old show Dinosaurs?? It’s on Netflix in case you’re curious.

    There’s an episode where a female Apatosauras named Monica gets fired from her job after a male dinosaur employee uses suggestive language and she turns him down. She goes to court with charges of sexual harassment.

    This show was from the early 90s and it touched upon the issues that we still discuss today!! It’s a strange-looking show mind you, but jeez that episode!

    In a lot of ways ‘coming of age’ as a girl in the 90s was totally baller. Like media addressed real women’s issues and there was a general understanding by a lot of people that this stuff was/is important and that girls matter(ed).

    Reblogged from: sam-the-relentless-one
  7. kousagi-makoto:

    I will never not reblog

    Reblogged from: sam-the-relentless-one
  8. theappleppielifestyle:

    fygirlcrush:

    Men have written thousands of stories about how having a toxic relationship with their father has completely ruined their lives

    but then make fun of girls for having “daddy issues”

    ok.

     - via fygirlcrush

    Reblogged from: letmebrightenyourworld
  9. tachibanamakotos:

    *becomes educated on issues and learns not to use slurs* *literally everyone u come in contact with uses said slurs and u cringe*

    Reblogged from: disposablelimbs
  10. Reblogged from: swirl-like-a-cloud
  11. alwayspro-choice:

    proudly-pro-choice:

    It’s unimaginable and disgusting that this happens to children that don’t even understand what’s happening to them.

    -Allie

    I have to admit I don’t know how I was expecting this to end…but certainly not like that!

    Reblogged from: protego-et-servio
  12. brandim94:

    This made me almost cry. These wrestlers are kids heroes and I love it.

    Reblogged from: alone-alive-still-unbroken
  13. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

    nonbinarykirihyoryu:

    egalitarianjayfeather:

    nonbinarykirihyoryu:

    comfyfemme:

    Exposure [in person] to actual or threatened death, serious injury, or sexual violence

    Intrusive symptoms (must have at least 1):

    • Recurrent, involuntary, intrusive and distressing memories
    • Recurrent, distressing dreams
    • Acting or feeling as if event is recurring
    • Intense distress at…

    "Now, self-diagnosers, do you still have post-traumatic stress disorder?"

    yes

    Yep.

    (Self-diagnosed with it prior to getting an ‘official’ psychiatric diagnosis.)

    Why does it seem to escape you that this is literally the same exact shit that people who self dx look at when they’re self dxing? Like? Giving us/them the list of symptoms that we/they used to self dx with isn’t really providing us/them with any information we/they don’t have.

    if you’ve been diagnosed then you’re not just self-diagnosed how is it that hard to comprehend

    also many self-dxers who do it for attention assume that because they watched somebody get a paper cut and had a nightmare about it once that they have ptsd and will cry ableist at anyone who tells them they’re wrong

    Oh, sweet, precious girl. I know you’re having trouble with that whole object permanence thing, but just because I amdiagnosed now, that doesn’t change the fact that I was self-diagnosed previously, thus making me a self diagnoser. Therefore your post was actually addressed to me, too. You know. As a self diagnoser.

    And if you’re going to be picky about details, I’ve had three professionals tell me that I have PTSD but not a single one of them have actually written up a formal diagnosis, so I couldn’t actually go to another doctor and say “I have PTSD” because I don’t have it officially on record. Woops!

    And your strawmen are incredibly unattractive and lazily made. You might want to practice some more. Most self diagnosed people have trauma from, you know, terrible accidents, being raped, etc. The fact that they can’t see a doctor doesn’t mean their symptoms aren’t real. The fact that you’re throwing a long and complicated tantrum about the world not conforming to your way of seeing things doesn’t mean that you’re not also being an ableist shitstain.

    And that’s really all I’ve got for you. I’m not going to waste time arguing with someone who’s stuffed so full of logical fallacies that she can’t see past them.

    Bye now!

    Reblogged from: nonbinarykirihyoryu
    • Person: well, you're a reverse oppressor!
    • Me: well, actually, in order to oppress you, that would mean I would have to hold power over you. You see, despite the dictionary definition, misogyny / racism / ableism / etc is a form of oppression. The only way I'd be able to be a reverse oppressor is if the current privileged group were a minority.
    • Person:
    • Person: but the dictionary definition...
    Reblogged from: nonbinarykasaneteto
  14. princeowl:

    "who CARES about einstein’s achievements he’s just remembered because he was a WHITE GUY" -people who forgot einstein was a jewish man who literally came to the USA as a refugee from nazi germany. his position as a scientist was stripped from him and his home was literally turned into a nazi bootcamp after his death

    Reblogged from: flyingtit
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