men don't grow up

bishonenprincess  asked:

There's nothing "positive" about being bigoted towards people based on their sex. As a queer person AFAB, I'm shamed by your behavior. Learn from history, don't be a bigot. Don't be prejudice. Grow up.

i think men will be able to handle a 19 year old lesbian making a joke about them on the internet, also considering that i run a lesbian blog for lesbians and women who like other women i think the chances of men seeing my internet joke on tumblr.com is low

men will be okay, trust me. theyll make it through this. they will come out the other side of this stronger and with a better sense of humor, which is, frankly, something they need. i am doing them a favor

I saw some posts today that pissed me off, so I’m going to explain why I support the “yes all women” hashtag.

My parents feel safer having my twelve year old brother walk around alone, at night than me.

My friend was raped and was too ashamed to tell anyone.

When she finally did tell people, they called her an “attention whore” and a “liar”.

I have two other friends who have been sexually abused and refuse to tell their parents.

Walking down the street in a crop top means I get stared at by creepy old men driving past me.

Some of you are thinking that the last reason is my fault, since a crop too shows my stomach.

I said no, he said he was going to kill himself. His sister blamed me, when he ended up in the hospital. He was 18. I was 14.

It’s not okay for me to walk around in a sports bra, but it’s fine for my guy friends to be shirtless.

My dad tells me to never accept a drink from a guy.

The guys at the basketball court whistled and shouted at me, until they realized I was meeting my boyfriend.

If I get told to make someone a sandwich one more time, I’m going to flip a table.

If I react unpleasantly to that request, I’m a bitch.

When I was 10, I witnessed one of my classmates running down the street crying, after being told to she wouldn’t be harmed if she just got in the van.

I live in one of the safest neighborhoods ever, yet that still happened.

My dad thinks I should do martial arts again because he knows I have guy friends.

I got dress coded, at school, wearing shorts that my mother bought for me.

There are so many other reasons, but I don’t want this to be too long. I know guys experience some of this, too, but it’s more often girls that it’s happening to. If you are not a feminist, you are doing something wrong. And if you are one of the guys using the “yes all men” tag, I can guarantee that any girl who sees it has just lost all interest in you. Mistreating someone based off of their gender is bull shit. We live in the 21st century. I can talk to my phone. We have been to outer space. Taco Bell serves breakfast! I really don’t think it’s that much to ask that you respect women. Thank you.

anonymous asked:

The internet should be my safe space where big bad men can't hurt my feewings, boo hoo. Why don't you grow up, bitch?

“Grow up” says the guy on anon whining about a strangers blog. 😏