is it really hijack though

And I could be enough
And we could be enough
That would be enough 

wow i am so feely lately? it’s been a rough few weeks

i finished painting this- they really relax me and it helps

gon be using this baby for a while <3 again done while listening to hamilton, please watch that musical

also guys, i’m from Spain, but i can see it’s a very hard time you’re going through right now

so to any followers or anyone who needs it, hang in there yea? not telling you not to worry, but you can’t just throw everything away

it’s cheesy but it’ll all get better for y’all, just you wait

Take Me Away

Okay, so here’s this Valentine’s day thing I wrote. (oh god its so bad, i’m so sorry) Things/People to blame for me writing this: this postsherlockiie for encouraging me to (thank you ;w;), and lethaltulip with her amazing artwork that makes me wanna write about punk boys.

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Monkey Paw

Peeta was rescued instead of Katniss, but today she’s back.

Warnings for drug use, character deaths, and angsty angst.



“She wants to see you,” Gale tells him, his jaw tense with pain that Peeta senses has nothing to do with the wound on his shoulder. “You’re the only one she wants to see.”

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anonymous asked:

Call-out culture is also very easy to hijack by abusers, though, and it's really hard to flesh out what's real and what's some stunt pulled by an abuser to frame their victim. It sucks but I've seen all out wars between users with "callout" posts claiming that the one was more abusive than the other. Callout culture is very helpful when exposing predators but it's just, like all SJ rhetoric, very easy to manipulate and hide behind.

Everything is easy to manipulate and hide behind. You think private discussions for accountability won’t be?

Come the fuck on. Private discussions are one of the best ways to intimidate and hurt people for abusers, they protect an abuser’s reputation immensely. 

See that’s the funny thing, if you strip away “call out culture” you don’t actually stop abusers. If you change the methods of dealing with oppression, the abusers adapt. You’re putting a bandaid on the leg when someone has a gut wound.

The problem is the abusers. The solution is exposing abusers, finding better ways to flush them out internally, finding better ways to strip camouflage and training ourselves to recognize red flags of manipulation, to listen to victims and to not skew to friendship. To not have cliques that will shelter members automatically against any criticism, where abusers can stay safe when they retreat from what they’ve done.

Calling out people is a tool. You don’t break a tool because someone could hurt someone with it, you deal with the people who hurt people with any tool they can find