basically all the women

senshiofmom  asked:

Top 10 sailor Moon Monster of the week

10. Screaming violin woman (093)

9. Pegasus hits the gym (143)

8. WHAT the ACTUAL HELL (151)

7. An 80s stripper who also happens to be a shoe (106)

6. Me (114)

5. The animation department had a lot of extra pink paint (174)

4. An elephant vacuum cleaner, but like in a sexy way (094)

3. My breasts are two small screaming snowmen (038)

2. Ball Family (132, 140, 146)

1. A straight-up, actual volcano (067)

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time to dance // panic! at the disco

@ any and all girls who feel unsafe w uber

in about a week this new app called chariot for women is coming out it’s basically uber except all the drivers are women, and it’s only for women (or males 13 and under)
part of the profits goes to women’s charities and they’re trans women friendly!! even if you don’t yet present as a woman if u identify as a woman they will give you a ride no problemo
so yes this sounds really great spread the word friends

I swear to god some of y’all are driving me up the walls like

Do you understand that it is okay to enjoy something and still recognize that it has issues?

Like look, I fucking love The Raven Cycle. Amazing books. 20/10. Definitely a favorite series of mine. But they have racist and sexist stuff in them! And that is bad and inexcusable! I’m not going to deny the mistreatment of Henry and basically all the women just because I like the books. 

SJM’s books are problematic. There is no way around it. You are still totally allowed to think they’re the best series ever, the only people who are going to try and stop you are assholes, but you have to acknowledge the flaws! Because they exist! Trying to defend the way SJM treats her minority characters and her lack of diversity does not make you a better fan, it just makes you seem ignorant. 

There is no such thing as a perfect book or a perfect author, and the sooner we realize that and calm down enough to give creators actual constructive criticism, despite our opinion on their content, the better content is going to become overall.

  • you: What the fuck why is this in court, he obviously didn't do shit and the white bitch a hoe with a crazy bitch ass father, y'all are just racist af, let the man go #BlackLivesMtter
  • Atticus, an intellectual: To begin with, this case should never have come to trial. The state has not produced one iota of medical evidence that the crime Tom Robinson is charged with ever took place... It has relied instead upon the testimony of two witnesses, whose evidence has not only been called into serious question on cross-examination, but has been flatly contradicted by the defendant. Now, there is circumstantial evidence to indicate that Mayella Ewel was beaten - savagely, by someone who led exclusively with his left. And Tom Robinson now sits before you having taken the oath with the only good hand he possesses... his RIGHT. I have nothing but pity in my heart for the chief witness for the State. She is the victim of cruel poverty and ignorance. But my pity does not extend so far as to her putting a man's life at stake, which she has done in an effort to get rid of her own guilt. Now I say "guilt," gentlemen, because it was guilt that motivated her. She's committed no crime - she has merely broken a rigid and time-honored code of our society, a code so severe that whoever breaks it is hounded from our midst as unfit to live with. She must destroy the evidence of her offense. But what was the evidence of her offense? Tom Robinson, a human being. She must put Tom Robinson away from her. Tom Robinson was to her a daily reminder of what she did. Now, what did she do? She tempted a Negro. She was white, and she tempted a Negro. She did something that, in our society, is unspeakable. She kissed a black man. Not an old uncle, but a strong, young Negro man. No code mattered to her before she broke it, but it came crashing down on her afterwards. The witnesses for the State, with the exception of the sheriff of Maycomb County have presented themselves to you gentlemen, to this court in the cynical confidence that their testimony would not be doubted, confident that you gentlemen would go along with them on the assumption... the evil assumption that all Negroes lie, all Negroes are basically immoral beings, all Negro men are not to be trusted around our women. An assumption that one associates with minds of their caliber, and which is, in itself, gentlemen, a lie, which I do not need to point out to you. And so, a quiet, humble, respectable Negro, who has had the unmitigated TEMERITY to feel sorry for a white woman, has had to put his word against TWO white people's! The defendant is not guilty - but somebody in this courtroom is. Now, gentlemen, in this country, our courts are the great levelers. In our courts, all men are created equal. I'm no idealist to believe firmly in the integrity of our courts and of our jury system - that's no ideal to me. That is a living, working reality! Now I am confident that you gentlemen will review, without passion, the evidence that you have heard, come to a decision and restore this man to his family. In the name of GOD, do your duty. In the name of God, believe... Tom Robinson.
On March 8th, we strike together

This Wednesday, I will join other women at Tumblr and those across the world in striking on International Women’s Day, a commemorative day honoring the anniversary of the 1909 strike of the Ladies Garment Workers Union. With more than 20,000 women demanding better and safer working conditions in an unjust system, it was one of the largest union strikes in history.

A strike is not undertaken lightly, and many of the women on the front lines risked their lives in fighting for this deserved justice. It is crucial we acknowledge that strikes and human rights movements of the past have been predominantly led by low income women, immigrants, queer women, and women of color. They led, and are leading, the way to true equality.

For us, employees of Tumblr in 2017, a strike isn’t as risky. Tech is a male-dominated field, so a single day without women at Tumblr may simply mean a few empty chairs in meetings.

Tumblr provides good living wages, extensive health care coverage, and parental leave. In the United States, what should be human rights are instead considered benefits and perks associated with the tech elite and corporate class.

These privileges are why it’s imperative that we strike in solidarity with and for those who have more to lose.

On March 8th, we strike for women less fortunate than us. We demand public policy that guarantees equal pay for equal work, paid family leave, access to affordable health care, a safe workplace  and basic human rights for all women, regardless of race, religion, sexuality, disability, and gender preference. We strike in solidarity with low income women, native women, Muslim women, immigrants, LGBTQ+ and women of color who risk more than we do today.

We call for the male-dominated tech industry to hold themselves accountable for advocating for these policies. We urge all involved to use the power they have to pressure the current administration to advance equal rights for all women.

At 4pm on Wednesday, we’re attending the Women’s Rally in Washington Square. We hope you’ll join us.

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Mr. J’s little lady 💖 [Joker x Reader]

a/n; no smut sorry

warnings; self doubt

words; 1309

prompt;  Ok. I would like for joker to take the reader out to the club to show her off but she’s too shy to dress sexy. So when she sees all of the skinny scantily clad women vying for joker’s attention she gets insecure. He of course will have none of it. As he exits the club to take her home he shouts about all of the sexy fun they’re going to have. He takes her home and lists off everything that he loves about her as he makes love to her. Please and thank you ( irenewolfland )

MASTERLIST. KO-FI.

The colorful lights are playful, though harsh and radiant, blinding you for the briefest of moments as you enter the loud room of Jokers favorite club. You inhale a sharp breath, one that chokes you – the heavily perfumed place tinted with salty sweat and the humid aroma of alcohol leaves hardly any room for pure oxygen. You frown. In front of you though, you can practically see your boyfriend grinning from ear to ear, despite his back turned to you. You follow after him like a lost puppy, confined and uncomfortable as you can’t help but let your eyes wander around the club – bejeweled and glossy surfaces of polls are hugged by thick tights of scantily clad women, all gunning after one man that so happened to be yours. You felt their glares. You heard whispers of your name passing their sultry lips and it made your skin crawl. Behind you your boyfriends men guard both of your safeties, though for a moment, you entirely forgot they are there.

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What about a young Roald Dahl? We all know him for his children books but during world war 2 he was a spy for the british in America and he had to convince the americans to help the allies and go to war. Well, while he was spying…he slept with basically all the 45+, rich, influential, married women of the east coast.

With that look, i can understand them to be honest

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It’s easy to depict the average misogynist as the stereotypical lone wolf on the margins of society. The truth is, he’s fully integrated into mainstream society, perhaps even occupying a position of privilege. A recent report released by UN Women and Promundo, a global organisation involving men and boys in gender equality advocacy, suggests the more educated men are, the more likely they are to feel entitled to harass women.

In 1615 a man called Joseph Swetnam published a popular pamphlet called The Arraignment of Women, which was basically just puerile misogynistic garbage about how all women are inferior, evil, lying temptresses. This pamphlet understandably incurred some pretty strong rebuttals from both male and female writers. But the best rebuttal of all came from the theatres.

In 1619, a play (whose author is unfortunately unknown) was performed at the Red Bull Theatre, called Swetnam the Woman-Hater, Arraigned by Women. The Red Bull was one of the rowdier theatres where the men probably would have been more inclined to agree with Swetnam, which makes it all the more amazing to read Swetnam the Woman-Hater and find it full of feminist sentiment that absolutely roasts Swetnam for being a woman-hater and a general piece of shit.

Most of the play is concerned with a pretty court romance, but the sub-plot is that Swetnam himself has been exiled from England for being a misogynistic ass and is now making himself notorious in Sicily. He goes by the name - wait for it - Misogynos, and this play actually contains the first example of the word “misogyny” in the English language, like Swetnam was so vile that they had to come up with a new term to describe him.

Anyway, Swetnam/Misogynos (still cracks me up) and his opinions are described so:

“being swol'n with poisonous vapours
He breaks wind in public, to blast the
Reputation of all women”

He’s essentially reduced to this comic figure that goes around saying ludicrous anti-woman shit while people are like ‘lmao sure buddy,’ and the men who listen to him are painted as similarly stupid. At last, like the title promises, the arraigner becomes the arraigned. He makes a jackass of himself, then the Sicilian women capture him, imprison him, taunt him and force him to recant his bigoted views.

With Swetnam caged and humiliated, as all flatulent-minded misogynists should be, according to this Jacobean play, it concludes with the triumph of true love and a happy marriage. 

You can interpret this play’s existence in a number of ways; perhaps Swetnam was so popular amongst the lower classes that it incensed a playwright to show them what a goddamn moron he actually is, or maybe it’s more a case of people thinking that Swetnam was an idiot and a playwright wanted to cash in on that sentiment by turning him into a clown-like figure. 

Either way, imagine being so much of a misogynist that people dedicate an entire play to showing what an idiot you are. 

“Why don’t you just call yourself agender?”

This is a question I’ve gotten more than once so I decided to do a longer post about it.  When I say I don’t have a gender identity, many people take that to mean I’m agender or some other type of nonbinary.  I guess if I wanted to use gender labels, agender wouldn’t exactly be wrong, but I don’t want to work within the framework of gender in the first place.  I’m a gender abolitionist so I’m against the social construct of gender, I don’t believe in it as an innate identity, and I think that calling myself agender would diminish what I’m trying to say– basically just playing into the very system that I think shouldn’t exist.  I’m female but that’s literally only because of my anatomy, and being female doesn’t say anything about my personality or how my brain works.  I don’t feel any strong sense of “womanness,” I just happen to exist in this body.  And usually when I see others talk about why they “feel female” it’s things like being sensitive or quiet, liking certain types of clothes, liking having shaved legs, basically all the things that women are coerced into doing in order to be “attractive” whether they identify with those things or not.  I’d rather challenge the idea of what women can be (literally whatever we want) than say I’m somehow a different gender because I’m not a “girly girl” and don’t feel any desire to be.  Hope that makes sense.

This badass woman deserves a throne in this fandom right now!

She’s a multitasker:

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She likes to make things clear:

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She’s always there to hand you a machete (so fucking badass):

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She’s empathetic:

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She’s stunning:

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She’s smartass:

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Bonus, her lovely husband melts my heart

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Yeah, power couple:

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