i don't actually know what that quote is from

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Jace and Alec, in my opinion, have one of the best relationships on the show because it is a bond that is beyond love or physical attraction or friendship or whatever. It’s kind of a soul bond.
When we were exploring these characters, I looked into the origin of what a soulmate was and where that pretense came from…
It came from an old Greek proverb where human beings were created with two heads, four arms, and four legs, and the gods, fearing their power, split them all in two and sent them to different corners of the earth.
So those two people had the same soul but in two different bodies, and that’s where soulmates came from.
That’s kind of what Matt and I have tried to put into Jace and Alec’s relationship. They don’t necessarily have to say anything, they feel it through each other, and that can be hugely positive, but it can also be heartbreaking at times. You’ll see it later on. That relationship and that bond ends up being wonderful and hugely negative at the same time.”

— Dominic Sherwood

  • Alec : Yeah, I kissed Magnus, can you please not go hysterical.
  • Izzy : I think I am hyperventilating.
  • Alec : Iz, please.
  • Izzy : My hands are shaking.
  • Magnus : Isabelle, don't.
  • Izzy : I am sweating, you see this? These are actual tears of joy.
  • Alec : Just don't scream, nobody knows yet. I am begging you.
  • Jace, bursting into Magnus' loft : Did you just what LET ME SEE THOSE SWOLLEN LIPS OF YOURS.
  • Magnus : Blondie, please.
  • Alec : I want to fucking die immediately.
  • Jace : I am gonna write to Simon right NOW IZZY HE WILL PISS HIMSELF HE THOUGHT IT WOULD TAKE THEM A YEAR.
  • Izzy : Thats the support I expect from a relationship.

miss-azura-deactivated20170724  asked:

i don't know whether i should laugh or cry because this is the 2nd time i see a dubbed comic of sasster and he still sounds like vegeta, despite having being dubbed by someone else from the first video i saw. gaster as an angry saiyan confirmed,

I definitely wasn’t waiting for an excuse to draw something like this

(heck I’m gonna roll with it since I can’t find the video of my actual headcanon Sasster voice anyway, rip)

The Signs As Quotes from My College Algebra Teacher (Part 1)
  • <p> <b>Aries:</b> "I am particularly offended by that 5, so I'll subtract it from each side."<p/><b>Taurus:</b> "You should be good at completing the square because we have so many complete squares at this school."<p/><b>Gemini:</b> "I don't know if you all know this, but Pythagoras is actually my uncle."<p/><b>Cancer:</b> "At one point when I was younger, I adopted two orphans...they were dogs."<p/><b>Leo:</b> "Let's discuss for a moment...what do you call that stuff? Oh! Spice!"<p/><b>Virgo:</b> "While we are waiting for this to load, let us discuss the tasmanian wolf."<p/><b>Libra:</b> "You have achieved mathematical puberty."<p/><b>Scorpio:</b> "If I talked about the Bible, I'd get fired, which is what I'm trying to do."<p/><b>Sagittarius:</b> "Common core is a communist plot."<p/><b>Capricorn:</b> "Let's talk about marijuana! What is the active ingredient in marijuana?"<p/><b>Aquarius:</b> "*uses stickman as a variable* If you have log base 'a' to the power of stickman..."<p/><b>Pisces:</b> "When my little graphie crosses the x-axis..."<p/></p>
I happen to know an astronaut, it’s quite random. I’m obsessed with space. I’m so in love with it. A woman just got back, Peggy Whitson is her name, she’s an American astronaut, and she just got back from spending 655 days , which is the longest anyone has ever spent in space, and she just landed yesterday actually weirdly enough. My friend Shane Kimbrough, who’s just come back from the International Space Center, I’d bring him because he knows what to do. And then I’d bring one of my really good friends from Ireland, he’s a space economist, so he works out the price of how to get to space. He would really enjoy it, because anytime we talk about - anytime we go for a drink, all we end up doing is talking about space. And I reckon I would bring, um, ah - I’d bring you, because you like space. Anyone who likes space, I’m bringing.
—  Niall Horan, P3 Star interview 4.9.17:  going on a space trip, you could never return to Earth, you could bring three people in a space ship, who would you bring?
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get to know me meme — [1/10] favorite bands/musical artists: HIM

“In almost every interview someone asks what does HIM stand for. I can’t even remember our latest lie about that. When Hanson was hot, we said it means Hanson Is Murder. The name doesn’t have a particular history. His Infernal Majesty was a totally different band. I think HIM derives from some death metal joke. And it was our protest to Haile Selassie’s rastafarian religion, he used to be called His Imperial Majesty. But nowadays because of Linde’s hair, we actually might be supporting him.” – Ville Valo

anonymous asked:

hi..i was wondering if you could help me answer something? one of my favorite artists said not to tag their art as kin/id...but im not actually sure what that means and i dont want to ever possibly violate what they want so could you maybe tell me what it means so i dont accidentally offend them somehow? i just don;t know what they're asking people not to do so i don't want to do it

((I sometimes put that on my art too, but only my ocs. I don’t actually have a 100% perfect grasp on the concept though. 

Don’t quote me on this, but from my understanding it’s assuming the identity of another person/thing etc. Someone saying they are kin to a character are saying that they are in some way that character. 

Artists want to avoid people tagging their art as kin/id because they feel like their art is being taken away from them, especially ocs. The art isn’t made for a person to tag as kin. I have nothing against the kin community or whatever, they arent hurting anyone. 

I’d really appreciate it if someone gave a good explanation of kin bc i dont understand it fully))

anonymous asked:

(1) Since Harry's promo literally tries to appeal to every group of fans there is (which is... very understandable I guess) I don't even know what to believe anymore... By now I feel like everything could just be said because it's practical and tactically good. Even the quotes or the things he does that fit my/ our understanding of Harry and his personality feel tainted sometimes, and I wonder whether he even actually said them. And that makes me so sad! :( I don't want to feel disconnected

(2) from him or trust him less but I’m quite sensitive and I just can’t help it. I hope it’ll change soon? (Do you think…) He’d be successful without lying or whatever to please everyone. Do you think he totally willingly agreed to this? I can’t imagine? And then they have him repeat how sincere he is.

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Hi there!

First of all, the feelings you have are totally normal and valid. We spend so much time rooting for Harry and Louis because they have a great, compelling story. We feel sympathetic for them and we want them to overcome their closeting and abuse. We feel like we know them, because they’ve let us in so often in the past.

We feel like they’re good human beings, they’re responsive to their fans, they’re different from other pop stars because they’ve always allowed us so much access. We still think of them as OUR boys. We still reblog X-Factor videos and gifs. We still think of 1DHQ as the main villain.

It might not be so simple anymore.

The guys are men now, with long-term careers to consider. They have more say in their own career, but they’re still under microscopic public scrutiny.

Harry has said that he would like NOT to be under this kind of scrutiny. A lot of the stunts we see are in fact ways to distract us from what’s actually happening. The stunts and the dishonesty are not pleasant for us. Their words come across as cynical and meretricious.

Unfortunately, this is the price for a celebrity’s privacy. The boys are huge celebrities. They are the subject of a lot of speculation. They’re trying to start solo careers. They want to be more famous and more respected in their field. They want a chance at long-term success.

But everyone is interested in their private lives.

I’m not going to lie. I want to know, too. I’m guilty of wanting confirmation that they’re together.

But they aren’t going to tell us until they want to tell us. Just as with Jay’s illness, some things are not shared until they are ready.

They have to lie. That is the nature of their business.

Look at your own life– do you tell the truth to everyone? You can’t. Their statements are magnified under a thousand times more scrutiny. It feels bad when we find out. It feels manipulative.

Yes, they’re doing it to make money, of course– it’s a business. But they’re also doing it so that their private lives do not become public fodder. They’re smart. They’re good people. They’re also pros. They know what they’re doing.

In the meantime, don’t be too sad or worried. No pop star is worth a lot of anxiety— no one.

You are special unto yourself. Your interests, your health, your enjoyment in art or books or music is much more important to you than Harry’s latest fling.

Let it go. Come back in a day or two, and things will be better again. That’s always the way it is, always the way it’s been for the past seven years. Sometimes things are exhilarating and sometimes they suck so bad. The boys will still be here.

Sending love your way.

S

  • Zenon: You know, Gojyo, someone ought to teach you a lesson.
  • Gojyo: If it's a lesson in love, watch out; I suffer from a very sexy learning disability. What do I call it, Hakkai?
  • Hakkai: [Sighs] "Sexlexia."

anonymous asked:

Hey, hi, sorry to bother you if you're not here maybe but uhhh can you explain the Aokise quote "Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart has been dead for 226 slutty, slutty years"? I dunno I'm just curious what is up with this, but if you're busy then I completely understand, so just don't do it if it's too much of a hassle, thank you for keeping up the amazing thing that is this blog ^^

sure!  the actual quote is taken from this post with the original “Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart has been dead for 226 slutty, slutty years" statement by lornacrowley and the “hi yeah what the actual, literal, GENUINE fuck does this mean” comment by vorrible.  

AS FAR AS I KNOW (can’t say for sure bc I am not lornacrowley and do not know her) her post was in reference to the commentary by divinedorothy on this post.  

the joke itself boils down to the humor inherent in trying to shame someone for philandering despite that person being, like, super dead.

the nations as quotes from my friends/family/school
  • America: Uh oh. *sigh* Yup. Looks like the Democrats are stealing TVs again.
  • Austria: Yeah, no. I would rather have 5 razor blades at my throat than use Nair.
  • Canada: I hope you don't mind that I brought a friend to class today. (Teacher: Oh, good! I didn't know you had a friend!) Actually, I don't - I have two.
  • China: (someone says 'Happy Chinese New Year') Oh, what, because I'm so Chinese?! What is this, the year of the jerk or something?
  • England: (someone asks how to cook frozen chicken) Oven. Microwave. Stove. JAM IT IN THE PLIPPIN TOASTER!
  • France: Wow, Alfred has a lot of hos. *mumbles* I want a lot of hos...
  • Germany: You actually thought I only weighed 160 potato?!
  • Italy: (watching live birth videos) Well. I /was/ gonna have lunch after this, but...
  • Japan: (watching live birth videos with Italy) Well, /I/ was gonna have kids after this, /but/...
  • Prussia: Tell the girls at the gentlemen's club where you work that I'm interested in buying them in bulk. ...I think I still have my coupon...
  • Romano: AAAHHH I just closed the fridge door on my nipple!
  • Russia: Ok, who is stabbing who?
  • Spain: Mmm. I could marry this soup. I would have 6 children with this soup. Then eat them. Because they're soup. And I love it.
  • Switzerland: I still haven't gotten back the 20 bucks I loaned you last week. Interest, 20 bucks.
I still like you. Tell me you do not like me, and maybe it would hurt enough that I would let go. I am not sure.
—  10:34pm thoughts// actually, no, I’m not fine and certainly not okay
Gettlefish
  • Anontisemite: Whether or not you're willing to admit it, whether or not you even realize it, you are oppressed. I mean look at the ridiculous dress code, being forced to cover everything from toes to hair, just put on some pants already and don't wear long sleeves when it's too hot, it's not healthy! Being forced to be a housewife and bear children, you're living like it's 1950. You are supporting patriarchy and holding back feminism by adhering to a patriarchal religion.
  • Gentileproblems: I’m being oppressed by dressing how I want you guuuyyyzzzzz…. :( I don’t know how I stand it.
  • Also, literally nobody is making me get married? I’ll get married and have children because that’s what I want out of life, but those aren’t the only things I want, for crying down the sink! My ambitions won’t end the moment I get engaged, because I’m an actual human being, not a weird cause for you to champion without my say-so. Get lost, I’m not interested.
  • Anontisemite: Look honey, it's not your fault that you don't recognize your own oppression but you and other women like you need help. Religion is merely a farce created by men to control women. The feminist cause wants to help you, that's what we're here for. Of course you think you're husband will let you chase your ambitions once your married but that's not how religious marriage works. You'll be nothing but a trussed slave and that's a tragedy.
  • Gentileproblems: Can someone please tell Jacob he is oppressing me he still hasn’t messaged me back and I’m thinking this is to do with our horrible patriarchal religion.
  • Arothejew: Jacob! Young man, what do you have to say for yourself
  • Jacob-the-pianist: I'm sorry I'm male, I'm sorry I'm white, I'm sorry I'm male, I'm sorry I'm white
  • Anontisemite: Oh you poor girl. I hope one day you'll realizing how vile and silly the Jewish religion is because you need help. You could have such a full, happy life but instead you've confined yourself to misery and you don't even know it.
  • Gentileproblems: 1/10 trolling try harder next time
  • Anontisemite: I assure you I am not trolling, I want to help you and women like you. I have no problems with Jews but I do have a problem with Judaism and organized religions that inherently oppress women.
  • Gentileproblems: Kay sure… how about you help by listening to us, rather than fighting for us? I’m not feeling particularly oppressed, here. Are you?
  • Gentileproblems (general): did anon seriously think sending me anonymous messages telling me my entire culture was Wrong would make me want to convert? Oh, goyim…
  • Satirenon 1: breaking news an anti semitic anon has caused jews everywhere to decide to be atheists OH NO IT'S HAPPENING TO MEEE *all memory of anything relating to judaism in my life is suddenly gone and i am now a free un oppressed woman*
  • Gentileproblems: oh, teach me your ways, un-oppressed one! is there hope for one such as me, comfortable in her religion and proud of her people? or will i have to moulder in the cave of deluded yidden… only time will tell.
  • Anontisemite: Oh honey, I don't want you to convert. I want you to be a secular, free independent woman who doesn't rely on a misogynistic culture of lies and rules designed to keep you oppressed. Surely deep down you realize organized religion is a farce created by men? It's so obvious. If you weren't tied to a backwards culture that didn't allow women education you'd be able to comprehend better. I'm so sorry, please learn to accept help when it's extended. That is what feminism is here for.
  • Gentileproblems: white feminism has reached its zenith
  • Anontisemite: I am not certainly not antisemitic, I do not hate Jews, I want to help their women. What I hate Judaism, Islam and any organized religion. They are forms of misogynistic, systematic oppression.
  • Gentileproblems: 'I'm not raaaaaacist, I just hate these two heavily racialised religions…'
  • Anontisemite: though i too was once proud of my religion and my people i have seen the light and become a truely liberated woman 100% of anti semitic feminists agree that it is the right course of action so let go of the misogynistic tethers of religion and truely free yourself from your harmful self oppression like i did
  • Gentileproblems: assimilate and let go of your culture i a random anon know far more about it than you do
  • Satirenon 1: HELP THE SECOND STAGE IS HAPPENING I FEEL MYSELF BECOMING KNOWLEDGEABLE I NOW UNDERSTAND MY WROOONGS OH THE LIGHT OF SEEING THE WORLD FREE FROM THE HORRIBLE LIES THAT RELIGION TOLD ME I NOW AM EDUCATEEED
  • Gentileproblems: at the third stage, you ascend to a higher plane of existence, like on the original Stargate show.
  • Commentanon 1: i hate judaism but im teeeechiiincally not anti semitic right? -actual quote from the anon
  • Gentileproblems: i know, like how do you even rationalise that what even
  • Anontisemite: I am not antisemitic, I am antireligion. All I want is to end the systematic oppression of women inherent to Judaism and Islam. It is my life's mission and one day I hope to save all of the women like you, women who trapped and hurting and don't even know it.
  • Gentileproblems: Did you know Judaism and Islam are the only perpetrators of misogyny ever? GREYFACE TELLS ALL!
  • Commentanon 2: oh g-d of course anon doesnt include christianity just islam and judaism yet somehow aren't anti semitic or islamaphobic right? anti religion yet only against the two religions with the most hate and violence directed towards them? totally just looking out for women right?
  • Gentileproblems: i know, right? noooo bias there, no siree….
  • Anontisemite: You can still be a Jew, you can eat bagels and gettlefish and all of that, but you should be able to wear regular clothes without having rocks thrown at you, have intercourse without needing to do it through a cloth with a hole, not be forced to live separately from other people once a month. It's barbaric. Help me help you. Help me help women like you. This is going to be my career, rescuing the downtrodden women of archaic religious cults.
  • Gentileproblems: Okay, this is actually genuinely offensive. Where on Earth did you learn about Judaism, Stormfront? For G-d’s sake, choose another career at the very least- nobody will want to be rescued by you.
  • Commentanon 3: These anons today are even more ludicrous than last week's neo-nazis. Seriously talk about being so "open-minded" that your brains fall out and your mind closes again behind them.
  • Gentileproblems: Tell me about it, I have a permanent look of disgust etched onto my face by now.
  • Commentanon 4: Don't let them bother you. That one is literally a xtian-atheist religious missionary. Just treat them like you would any other xtian missionary.
  • Gentileproblems: 'Nope, I don't want your holy book… I've already got one…. it's vintage…'
  • Commentanon 5: wtf anon and ur stiiiiill not anti semitic? i'm waiting for what exactly anons definition of anti semitism is or does it even exist since how can you oppress someone who wants to oppressed or whatever they are trying to say jewish women are doing
  • Gentileproblems: it’s a horrible, horrible journey of ‘not antisemitic i swear’ and i can’t get off
  • Satirenon 2: I want to be offended but all I can focus on now is gettlefish. Seriously. GETTLEFISH
  • Gentileproblems: It’s like kettle crisps mixed with gefilte fish, I assume.
  • Commentanon 6: anon is just jealous of the way i work this super cute skirt with my bright colorful tights and that my marriage will be more emotionally fulfilling because it's not about sex all the time (it's also been proven that because a husband and wife can't have each other sexually all the time they appreciate it more when they do)
  • Gentileproblems: Oh my gosh, talk frum fashion to me! And I’ve never heard of that second point- I shall Google at once!
  • Commentanon 7: is gettlefish like non kosher gefilte fish?
  • Gentileproblems: I think this is one of those things that ‘everyone knows’ about Jews except for Jews
  • Commentanon 7: oh like hanukkah trees? (always spelled that way because fuck the original hebrew spellings lets at 2 k's for the hell of it because goyim)
  • Gentileproblems: yep, that’s totally A Thing, because judaism is christianity in a funny hat.
  • Anontisemite: I don't know what Stormfront, I'm a New Age nondenominational culturally Christian atheist Buddhist. As I've already explained to you I am not antisemitic or islamaphobic, I am anti-Judaism and anti-Islam. Goodness, I wish you were allowed an education where they teach you these things. I don't have a problem with the secular women and I want to help the poor souls who are 'religious' (rapped). It's the men I take issue with, for forcing girls with potential into little more than slaves.
  • Gentileproblems: Rapped? Did Tupac put you up to this or something? And good grief, that first sentence is the most white-goy line I have ever read.
  • Satirenon 3: help i think i actually got second hand white goy from that first sentence im dying
  • Gentileproblems: do you have a weird urge to get a backwards hebrew tattoo? we’ll find a cure, i swear
  • Satirenon 4: Before your anon I was living my life as a poor, oppressed woman, trapped by the men in my life forcing me to observe archaic rules. This, despite the fact I am a baalat teshuva who was inspired by women and doesn't actually have any men in my life. Not married and absent non-Jewish dad, but they're both oppressing me quite a lot. Thanks to the anon I've realized I can again be free. I will give up my meaningful and beautiful culture that I love. I shall eat gettlefish and run wild.
  • Gentileproblems: The sarky responses to my anons are the actual best thing. And seriously, someone needs to come up with a recipe for gettlefish, pronto.
  • Satirenon 5: for gettlefish you should first go to your local store and pick up a few things, gefilte fish, matzo ball mix, latke mix, bagels, lox, chopped liver and cream cheese (just to make sure it isn't kosher). Now go home, and get out a very large mixing bowl and put all of the ingredients into it and mix thoroughly. Place in a large casserole dish and bake until crispy and then eat because it is the single most jewish food in the world according to goyim, add some bacon if you really want to
  • Gentileproblems: That’s so disgusting I dare someone to make it
  • Satirenon 5: make it and send to the anon
  • Gentileproblems: Where do I send it? The Castle of Denial?
  • Commentanon 8: I literally can't stop laughing. They probably mean to write trapped but I prefer to think they put 'rapped' in parentheses because they want everything in that sentence to be rapped out loud as you read. Break it down now, rap about helping the poor souls.
  • Gentileproblems: lay me some tasty beats, jumblr. “I don’t like your people but I’m not racist, I swear…”
  • Satirenon 6: I think your anon is magic. I was a happily oppressed religious women but then I read everything she wrote and
  • suddenly the world is new, suddenly I am new. My curly hair became straight! My skirt disappeared and was replaced by skinny jeans! I don't know if I can handle all of this freedom yet though, not without a man to guide me. Change me back, oh powerful saviour anon! I'm not ready!
  • Gentileproblems: Please, we need you to be our white saviour! Oh, whatever shall we do?
  • Commentanon 9: What the actual fuck is a "New Age nondenominational culturally Christian atheist Buddhist"? Is that a thing?
  • Gentileproblems: Apparently so… oy.
  • Satirenon 7: HELP! I chose to practice modesty by covering my hair on holy days and I think I've oppressed myself! Already men are making me little more than a slave although I have an education and so much potential. Damn my religious choices!
  • Gentileproblems: Gosh darn it straight to heck! Deciding for yourself how you want to be seen, how dare you! That’s for the New Age Christian Buddhist whateveritwas to do!
  • Anontisemite: I'm sorry to see that you and your friends have resorted to making fun of good intentions. You may not think you need my help but me and other feminists will continue fighting for you nonetheless. I promise that one day we will create a world where you can be free from the bonds of oppressive misogynist religious law and archaic cultural traditions. You are only using negativity to lash out because you fear change, as your religion has taught you. But change is good and it will free you.
  • Gentileproblems: ngl i laughed
  • Commentanon 10: I feel like calling you honey just makes the whole thing so patronizing like stop listening to that religion that tells you what to do, I'm going to tell you what to do instead.
  • Gentileproblems: i knooow! like they don’t even know me! it’s gross as heck frankly- but i’m glad my followers are finding it funny.
  • Satirenon 8: help though im a lesbian my religion is compelling me to marry a man and become his subservient wife saaavee meeeeee
  • Gentileproblems: Must…. resist….. anon’s interpretation…. of my religion!
  • Satirenon 9: Oh..oh my goodness, my magen david necklace was sooo tight and it was choking me but that anon magically broke it and now i can breathe thank g-d or wait am i not supposed to do that anymore
  • Gentileproblems: Thank Richard Dawkins, probably.
  • Satirenon 10: anon nooo even though my religion teaches to question our laws and to change with the times it is suddenly morphing into everything you say it iiisss
  • Gentileproblems: Anon is, in fact, Haruhi Suzumiya
  • Anontisemite: Laughing is only a defense mechanism but one day you will be grateful for our movement :). There is an ever growling movement of feminist women against organized religion like yours whose mission is to save women like you. We are very well educated about Judaism and your culture and we will help you to adjust to the modern world. Misogyny and systematic oppression of women through forced dress codes and throwing rocks won't happen to you, no one will hurt you. You don't have to fear change.
  • Gentileproblems: Seriously, who keeps spreading the idea that religious women can’t be feminists? This is frankly depressing, and why we need to educate goyim to free them from their horrible, misogynistic, blinkered ideologies :(
  • Commentanon 11: It's hard to be convincing when they're sending asks on Anon. Like that's the least personal thing you could do.
  • Gentileproblems: I know, eh? When it started, I was actually pretty sure they were that ‘women don’t need feminism’ blog from a couple of hours ago, but now I’m not so sure…
  • Satirenon 11: white feminist goy barbie, she talks! you pull her string and she spouts nonsense!! (idk if anon is actually a she but like you get my point)
  • Gentileproblems: I kind of hope so, actually, because think of how much more creepy and paternalistic it would be if anon was male.
  • Commentanon 12: As opposed to cultural Christian atheist Buddhism, which is entirely disorganized.
  • Gentileproblems: *sniggering* Anyway, correct me if I’m wrong but isn’t the Dalai Lama very much against converts to Buddhism?
  • Satirenon 12: I somehow seem to have put on a long skirt. Someone please send a secular white "feminist" to help me.
  • Gentileproblems: I keep thinking of that Monty Python skit, you know, with the peasant shouting ‘Help! Help! I’m being oppressed!’
  • Anontisemite: Honey, you're being silly! I already have an education because in out free feminist culture women are allowed to learn. You can do it too! And of course a religious women can't be a feminist, it's the exact opposite of feminist. Religion, especially Judaism and Islam, is the source of all misogyny in the world.
  • Gentileproblems: To be honest there are so many people mocking you in my inbox I thought this was a parody. I am still not quite sure. And.. so do I? Dad’s a university professor, and I got early admission to his uni- had my first class yesterday, actually- where I’m reading Sociology and History. Also, pretty sure a good definition of feminism is that women can do as they please, whatever that means to them.
  • Satirenon 13: It's all a lie! You've been taught lies your entire life! White goyishé feminists know more than you do about the tradition you were raised in again and again for the past 3326 years. Definitely.
  • Gentileproblems: No, what are you talking about, they skim-read a Rationalwiki article once! They’re totally qualified to tell me how to live my life!
  • Satirenon 14: I'm wearing a kippah and a mini skirt at the same time. I'm only have oppressed on my mothers side.
  • Gentileproblems: :D but oppression is passed down through the mother, donchaknow
  • Satirenon 11: yeah for all you know anon is a really creepy guy looking to harass jewish feminists and give feminists a bad name
  • Gentileproblems: yeah p much
  • Commentanon 13: thats religious misogyny at work, the only true feminist religion is spiritual christian influenced combined with a bastardized eastern """"spiritual"""" religion entirely divorced from from it's actual source and rules and replaced with new ageyness and a hint of racism :)
  • Gentileproblems: 'Hey, mum and dad! I'm rebelling against you by converting to a watered-down version of a religion I barely understand!'
  • Satirenon 15: *sighs* Now I have to go tell the three female Rabbis I know personally that none of them should have received an education, because a got on the intertextuality knows Judaism better than us
  • Gentileproblems: It’s such a drag being oppressed like this, no?
  • Commentanon 14: Wtf the fuck is "free feminist culture"? I'm laughing so hard. Also kinda offended that anon is equating education with knowledge. Like a lot of people can't afford college or have learning disabilities but they're their own people, fuck off.
  • Gentileproblems: anon is patronising as heck- go ask them, I don’t know.
  • Anontisemite: Yes, I see you and the many people mocking me on your blog but I really don't mind because I know that you don't know better. I'm not a man or looking to undermine feminism - why would you even think that? You're a bit paranoid aren't you? Feminism is about female freedom and my life is dedicated to helping women achieve that. Judaism inherently undermines female freedom and that is want to eradicate it and rescue women from it. It's not antisemitism.
  • Gentileproblems: Alongside Jews, there are atheists, Muslims, and Christians mocking you. Quit while you’re… well, I can’t actually say ‘ahead’, really.
  • Anontisemite: I don't mind the mockery. I have my cause my cause is you and your fellow oppressed females or Judaism. It doesn't matter if you think you don't need it, a feminist fights for the freedom of all women no matter what. You haven't been taught this but you are woman who has value. You deserve a life without men who shame you for existing and think you have no worth except that which comes forth from your womb.
  • Gentileproblems: but… you are the only one saying this… can you save me from *you*, please?
  • Satirenon 16: for $8000 a month i will stop oppressing myself anon
  • Gentileproblems: yes please anon pay my uni fees
  • Satirenon 17: I am a Jewish feminist am I causing global warming
  • Gentileproblems: I want to make a joke about Moses and rising sea levels here….
  • Anontisemite: Oh honey, let feminism help you be truly free from the bonds of patriarchal religion.
  • Gentileproblems: we’ve been around a few thousand years, your patronising wheedling isn’t gonna stop that.
  • Commentanon 15: In all seriousness, what I find most fascinating about the anon is that for someone who claims to want to free me from those telling me what to do etc., she/he is telling me exactly what to do! For someone who claims to want everyone to be free, she/he is not allowing me the freedom to do what I want. In other words, hypocrites will be hypocrites.
  • Gentileproblems: Goyim gonna goy
  • Commentanon 16: Anon does know that Judaism is a matriarchal religion, correct? That women are revered and are incredibly valued by Jewish society?
  • Gentileproblems: what are you talking about religion is BAD forever
  • Commentanon 17: For all who are trying to say that she is not free while being Jewish is the worst thing you could say. Being free means she can choose what religion she follows. Also the Jewish faith is not oppressive I actually know a female cantor/rabbi who is amazing at what she does. You are being oppressive by telling her she can't be what she wants and saying that you are not being racist even though all your support is stereotypes and from the 1900's get with the time! Take this as a warning
  • Gentileproblems: Thanks so much, anon! I mean I’m opinionated as all heck, if I didn’t think i was being respected I’d leave, believe me.