anonymous said:

Why do you hate the mcu??

  • because they refuse to make a movie about a woman
  • they refuse to actually address the fact that they haven’t made a movie about a woman
  • they won’t even make any plans for a movie about a woman
  • they also haven’t made a movie about a poc character
  • they haven’t made plans for a movie about a poc character either
  • i hate what whedon has done with the twins in aou
  • i hate almost everything whedon has done in terms of characterization and what he chose to focus on in the movies
  • i hate that they’re more willing to make a movie about a raccoon and a tree than they are to address the lack of representation in their movies
  • and lots of other little things

Unfriendly reminder that James only asks out Lily once in the Harry Potter books (canon). All we hear from Sirius is that he made a fool of himself regularly, which means he was a show off, not a creep. So when you spew your JP hate about him badgering Lily for a date, remember that characteristic has been attributed to him by fanon (NOT CANON) and it’s likely inaccurate.

tl;dr: Stop basing your hatred for a character on a character flaw that’s not canon.

It’s a terrible thing that happened today and people really should just support each other and nothing else because when people spew hatred on social media like Twitter these terrorist groups are on there just as everyone else, monitoring everyone’s comments and seeing the fear and hatred and falling apart and we are completing the mission for them, it’s now where we have to be strong and not give any satisfaction to these groups, whether linked to the attack or not.

Straight from the man himself. Maybe now those crazy few will realize that spewing hate towards his family is not a good idea.

anonymous said:

Your view on the legalization of same sex marriage

I fully support it. I believe, as a Christian, that all forms of life are to be supported, and all forms of love. My general philosophy on life is that if someone is doing something that I don’t agree with, as long as their decisions don’t affect me or others in a negative way, let them do it. For anyone who doesn’t support gay rights, there is honestly no valid, logical reason for you to think so. Christianity, one of the most prominently used reasons for denial of gay rights, is a religion based on the acceptance and love of all people. Its asinine to use it to spew hate on gays.

I have a real intolerance for gay men who are biphobic.

When straight people say biphobic stuff I respond real gently. You know, it can be a learning moment.

But I spit venom when gay men spew that shit.

anonymous said:

Do you believe rape culture exists? To any degree?

No. If it actually did it would be just in underground, private settings type of things. Like prison. That could count as actual rape culture since ..well you know what happens to men in prison. But how often do you hear people just spewing rape jokes in public or openly being like {in seriousness} “hey I’m gonna rape her”? Rare? Yeah cause they know it’s not a pleasant topic outside of their little group. They know they run the risk of really offending someone or maybe getting their ass beat, depending. 

We all know how serious the legal system takes rape accusations, or at least the surrounding community. That accusation can ruin someone’s life and people know this, hence why so many girls cry rape. They are exploiting how much this society frowns on rape in order to make this threat. So I don’t get how someone can say “we live in a rape culture” knowing that even a lot of hardened murderers will see a rapist as garbage. {And often treat them accordingly}

A group of assholes making dumb comments isn’t rape culture. It’s a group of assholes. I also strongly disagree with it’s conflation with the word “objectification”. Staring at a pair of tits on the cover of maxim doesn’t make someone a rapist. I admit we live in a very sex-engrossed culture- Sex sells unfortunately- but that’s really a whole different debate, looking at something or someone doesn’t = rape.

-Billy

sleepingthroughsunday said:

Its like....you've put into words all the feelings I've been trying to express for the longest time. I like your words. But I hate that you've been through the things that make someone spew words like blood.

Perhaps I find it too easy to spill ink and write poetry. Everyone can just pick up a pen or type her ideas and thoughts. 

But letting someone gut you and spill blood and fill your cartridge with the red ink, that’s art, or so I argue. I don’t write for creative writing classes, or the notes, or to pen a book.

I write because either my blood is pumping and rushing or either I’m bleeding. 

I don’t want people to read my poetry. I want them to feel.

I love putting sexist coworkers in their place. Like they see me with my beard, tattoos, and flannel shirt and just assume that I’m gonna go along with whatever hogwash is spewing from their lips, but no. The looks on their faces when I say things like suppression of the feminine or patriarchy is priceless. Their expressions almost say “My penis has been threatened! Must. Think. Of. Something. To. Say”

"only humans can feel real joy"

aside from this bein cas spewing his usual profound~ bullshit to fill air time

this kind of shits on so many of the sympathetic monsters we’ve gotten over the years and the validity of their emotions

including the one they’re gonna spotlight in next weeks episode lol

anonymous said:

FCKH8 is really crossing the line with that new thing. They're indoctrinating and exploiting children to push their unwanted, unneeded, and just plain pointless agenda.

Getting little kids to cuss and spew false facts. It’s the false facts part that annoyed me, I’m hoping the parents aren’t advocating the shit that was said and the kids are just acting cause…really.

-Billy

anonymous said:

Not to be mean, but that babaojay girl is the definition of Cray delusional C@ryler. I mean look up the definition in a dictionary and her picture would be there. She pops up on everyones Bethyl posts. She is very threatened by Beth and Daryl and she thinks that spewing hate and being a pain in the ass is going to make It go away. Don't let them get to you , especially her. She isn't worth it. I blocked her ass A LONG time ago. Karma is coming for her. Sorry, I'm just sick of her bullying.

I didn’t even read what she added to my post… All I saw was “they’re that delu-” and I stopped!

But yeah, folks like that don’t bother me… They’re mental… Or they at least need to get outside and take a chill pill.

anonymous said:

I can't help but notice the similarities between this blog saying "gypsy" and hateful anons coming out of the woodwork and the scene in Deathly Hallows where saying "Voldemort" gets the Death Eaters and Snatchers to appear. Conclusion: SJWs have cursed certain words so they can magically (and anonymously) appear and spew lots of hate.

You might be onto something there.
~ Mulan

anonymous said:

murderwhitepeople:As far as I’m concerned, every PoC is too good for every single white person .OK. I thought you were extremely intelligent but I have been disappointed by your spewing of hate messages. PoCs oppress their own kind as well. If you really believed what you blogged then leave the country -You are a hypocrite and enjoying the freedoms we have created for you. What do you think? You are moving society backwards by reblogging from "murderwhitepeople" . You are not Malala!

LMAO.

why tyga should never speak on black women ever again

put aside for a minute that tyga is a rapper from california’s suburbs who struggles to pass for a hard-spitting, gang-affiliated MC. and let’s also, just for the heck of it, cast aside the fact that he procreated with a former stripper who rocks dimple piercings, wears blond wigs and hangs out with kim kardashian for reality tv. forget about all that for a moment if you can, and realize that he is a black man. that alone revokes his right to speak on the state of black women and our role models.

maybe to stir controversy or just to annoy me for the day, tyga graced vibe’s latest digital issue and decided to spew venom about black women:

"Also, what I realized is black women don’t have a lot of role models as far as other black women. On some real sh-t, there’s black women that don’t look up to Oprah or Michelle Obama, because they’re looking at Instagram, they’re looking at VH1. I think that’s what the real problem is. It’s no real black [female] role models. As a black man, we have a lot of role models. Like looking at Diddy, Russell Simmons, Jay Z, Kanye, Tupac, those are people we can super relate to, so it’s easier for men. I think life is just about being happy now. But you gotta’ really know what’s going on and that’s really what’s going on. Like black women man, it’s sad right now.

yep. this same man who calls himself “the last king” fixed his lips to reduce all of the role model-worthy black women of the world to two: oprah and FLOTUS. or better yet, say we had none. and while, yes, these two women are black excellence personified, how dare he suggest there’s less than a handful of women that i can strive to be like? 

granted, these days social media is all instagram honeys and reality show ex-wives, but honestly, women are way more beautifully complex, hilariously layered and intelligent than that. there’s a dozen laundry lists of black female CEOs, designer, media moguls, writers, athletes, doctors, architects, politicians and women not shaking their non-god-given assets for #selfies for women like myself, my friends and my future children to look up to.

i’d be naive if i didn’t mention that, yes, some young black girls are lost in the thrill of making money off their bodies or selling their souls for spousal support, but that doesn’t give tyga (of all people in the universe!) the agency to reduce the talented, educated and self-aware role models to only two names and two fields. (i mean, he didn’t even mention beyoncé, smh.)

but of course, how can he see how amazing black women are? he’s been tied up with his rumored boo, 17-year-old kylie jenner, no? 

See the thing about Kylie… I’ve known Kylie and the whole family for four years. I introduced Chyna to Kim about a year ago. So everybody’s been cool, but like it’s just so hard, their world is different. If somebody wanna hang out, cool, I’m not opposed to hanging out with somebody. I hang out with her [Kylie], her sister [Kendall], I hang out with Scott [Disick] sometimes, I hang out with Khloe sometimes. But people wanna take the situation [with Kylie] to the next level.

there’s a myriad of bigger issues at hand here, like black men publicly bashing us, black men turning to non-black women (or a watered down version of black women) for validation, and even their attempt to speak for us, not for us.

those horses have been beaten to death though, so i’ll end with this:

dear ex-YMCMB rapper, there’s no country for you to speak on who i consider a role model. just because you play for our team does not mean you’ll ever understand what it takes to be inspired or motivated as a woman.

oh, and a word of advice? a true king never speaks ill of his queens. 

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