holdthispose:

me every morning.
Anonymous: When girls go out wearing tiny, tight, skimpy outfits, I mean they have the choice to wear something else. some thing less provocative, so really girls are asking for it.

scalelectricity:

If you’re out in public and I see you’re not wearing any protective headgear does that give me the right to smash in your skull with a hammer? I mean you asked for it, since you’re not wearing something to protect your head. 

lovingyouisredforyou:

putmeincoach:

universe—b:

factualwiley:

floozys:

your-tears-are-my-ink:

saturn420:

floozys:

bye

Every clasroom caters to boys??? What the fuck.

this is the description.
What ever happened to letting “boys be boys?” Take these two cases: In one, a seven-year-old boy was sent home for nibbling a Pop Tart into a gun. In another, a teacher was so alarmed by a picture drawn by a student (of a sword fight), that the boy’s parents were summoned in for a conference. In short, boys in America’s schools are routinely punished for being active, competitive, and restless. In other words, boys can no longer be boys. Christina Hoff Sommers, a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, explains how we can change this.
how about you stop taking things out of context

girls are being sent home for “exposing too much skin” but there’s a war on boys because we’re discouraging violence? 

Nibbling a toaster pastry into a vaguely gun-shape-like object is now violence.Drawing a gun is now violence.

Oh but didn’t hear last month? In a school in Washington the entire kindergarten classes male attendance rallied against the teachers with gun-shaped pastries and medieval long swords! It was all over the news!

I nearly got suspended for sketching a desert eagle (an excellent sketch I might add), while female students practically got away with murder, so no one has to tell me there’s a war on masculinity.

I’m female, and I had to be escorted to the dean’s office by the police because I was overheard saying “my roommate is so annoying I could kill her”. It was very traumatic, and I was treated like a violent criminal who was seriously planning a murder and not just using a figure of speech. And lest you think my experience was an isolated incident:
A kindergarten girl in Pennsylvania was suspended for talk of shooting a Hello Kitty bubble gun, which the school called a “terroristic threat”. 
Another Pennsylvania girl, a 5th grader, was was searched in front of classmates and threatened with arrest after she brought a piece of paper with the corner torn off that sort of looked like a gun.
A second grade girl from Louisiana was expelled for bringing her grandfather’s pocket watch for show and tell because it had a tiny “knife” attached for cleaning under fingernails, and another Louisiana second grader was expelled because of a Play-Doh knife that her brother had accidentally dropped into her bag.
A 15-year-old girl in Indiana was expelled for carrying a Swiss Army Knife to trim violin strings.
A 10-year-old girl in Colorado realized that her mother had put a knife in her lunchbox for her to cut an apple with. The girl realized the knife was against the rules, so she turned it in to her teacher—and was expelled.
An 11-year-old girl in Georgia was suspended for bringing a Tweety Bird keychain to school because it fell under the school’s category of a “weapon”.
A 16-year-old girl in Georgia was arrested and suspended after bringing a collection of artifacts, including some ceremonial knives, to school for extra credit.
A 7th grade girl in Delaware was expelled for using a utility knife to cut paper for a project.
A 3rd grade girl in Delaware was expelled because her grandmother sent a birthday cake to her class, along with a knife to cut it.
There are many, many more instances of girls getting suspended and expelled for the same types of things, but it would take all day for me to list them all. So yes, this is messed up, but no, this isn’t about a “war on boys”, and as someone who’s had the experience of being a female student and being treated like a criminal for a completely harmless action, it really bothers me when people erase my experience, and the experiences of other girls who have had these things happen to them, by trying to claim that this only happens to boys and is a result of some “war on masculinity”.

gurlukovich:

faery-type:

i just woke up from a dream where snoop dogg was an unquestioned class in team fortress 2

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powerburial:

powerburial:

you wanna talk about your feelings? you dense sack of shit? you fuckin worm?

I love reading my old posts. I am such a negatively polarized being

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