no need denying that


btob - feel’em wallpaper / lockscreen 

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another version bc you know i like experimenting things

also if you want to know the reason behind their card number: ilhoon was born in 10.04; eunkwang is jack of all trades he literally can do anything from singing, rapping, dancing, doing variety shows, being an angel, etc; minhyuk is the group’s ace no one can deny this; 6sj no explanation needed; peniel is the 5th member from the age order; hyunsik aka im-eagle aka the king of the group; lee (in korean can also mean 2) changsub

i also have reasons regarding the symbol i chose but it’ll be an essay so i’ll just stop here lmao

feminismforlyf  asked:

What actual rights are women denied in the west? As in by the law? Go ahead... You'll find that women have more rights than men in terms of law

*sighs* could you maybe search my tags first? You’d find about 5 other asks with this same question. I’m going to copy and paste this answer from another post I made. 

Theoretically, women are equal under the law. And yet, when you look at the numbers… 

Note: This is copied and pasted from this post.

You say rape culture doesn’t exist. And yet:

Next, this is copied and pasted from one of my own posts that I keep open to refute people like you. “Women hold power over men”. Let’s see:

  • 1 out of every 6 American women have experienced attempted or completed rape. This number is higher for certain demographics - for example, 1 in 3 indigenous/native American women will be raped in her lifetime.
  • This number is even higher for trans women (1 in 5)
  • Men are told they cannot be raped and their experiences are invalidated.
  • Being feminine is degrading in our society - hence, gendered slurs and statements
  • Many people (especially male senators in the GOP) think they have the right to control [what they perceive to be women]’s reproductive organs and dictate what they do with their bodies.
  • The Senate is only composed of 20% women.
  • A shit ton of people (including a lot of “feminists”) don’t consider trans women to be women.
  • Young men (and women) like Brock Turner still exist, and judges like Aaron Persky are still in office. The Brock Turner case was not an exception.
  • White women make 75% of what a white man makes for the same job, while black women make 63%, Latina women make 54%, and Asian women make 85%. Fucking President Obama himself acknowledged the wage gap. Don’t you come to me and say it doesn’t exist without adequate sources.
  • There are still trolls that attack me on Tumblr and Twitter, calling me slurs and threatening to rape me, simply for wanting equal rights. (Almost all other feminist blogs can attest to this). Sorry, but feminists aren’t the ones spewing rape and death threats.
  • Women are afraid to say no to unwanted advances because they could very well be hurt, but then they are criticized for “not being clear” and showing “mixed signals”.
  • People like Donald Trump can run for president and actually stand a chance at winning.
  • College students, when surveyed, said they believed that about 50% of rape allegations made were false, when really, the number is 2-8% - about the same as other crimes.
  • People still think it’s okay to catcall women. Street harassment is a problem that affects ALL women and it’s at the hands of men.
  • Young girls are forced into marriages worldwide (including in the United States!)
  • There are no regulations to ensure that sex workers are kept safe. Even if they choose to work in the sex industry (as opposed to being trafficked) they can still be assaulted or murdered, and they have no government protections.
  • Sex trafficking victims can actually be imprisoned themselves for prostitution.

Gender identity politics is inherently regressive and misogynistic. In fact, it is nothing but an extension of patriarchy. Patriarchy in a new shape, with new words, having found a new way to undermine the struggle against it and for the liberation of women, rendering basic feminist concepts impossible to talk about. Gender identity politics plays at girl’s and women’s internalized misogyny and society’s hate and contempt for everything female. It denies the fixed meaning of words that we need a fixed meaning of in order to fight patriarchal structures and the oppression of women. It renders “woman” meaningless, and tells women (and men) that instead of fighting to abolish the inherently oppressive and misogynistic system of gender, they should reinforce it, identify in and out of genders, leaving behind all those women who are subjected to an oppression based on their sex, their bodies, that they will never be able to “identify out of”. Gender identity politics is about reinforcing an oppressive structure but framing it as something liberating and progressive. Gender identity politics is yet another way of silencing that awkward group of people called unapologetical women; it serves patriarchy to its very core.

IDK if this is going to be long or not bear with me plz

1. Sanvers is amazing; Alex is a main character; Their relationship is stable and has been going on for a while; Why they no have screen time? Why they no have kissus? (*cough* homophobia *cough*)

2. WHere’s jAmes? I ship supercorp, but because Kara is canonically straight, karolsen all the way. He was a great dude and would have been a great bf. There are parallels between him and lena. Both ships are better than karam*l. But seriously, why did James seemingly disappear. I loved him. He’s a main character, it’s almost like Mon *l is taking over.

3. Winn is a great bf.

4. Dear Mon *l: Boi stop, we don’t need ur lame ass. Denies flowers. Denies privacy. Denies Kara’s wishes. Plays baseball. Denies Jerimiah. Idc if he was bad, Kara is capable of figuring things out on her own. Needs Winn to help him change, even then he is only following exact instructions and not coming up with ideas about how to be a better person by himself.

5. Kara, why no development? Seriously, I love you, and you seem to be learning, but you end up right back where you started, especially with Mon *l. I get that you want to help people, but your safety, both physically and emotionally, is more important. 

6. Back to sanvers (always back to sanvers 😊): I genuinely loved the scene where Maggie comforted Alex. Alex didn’t even speak and Maggie knew exactly what she needed. Chyler and Florianna had such beautiful chemistry and they both acted very well. Chyler’s acting, which is always on point, made me cry and was so touching. I am infinitely happy that she is the one portraying Alex.

I liked the episode overall except for Mon *l.


Hacksaw Ridge (2016)

“Prosecutor: There is only one question that any military court need ask of the accused: do you deny disobeying Col. Sangston’s direct orders?

Judge: Well, do you, Private?

Desmond Doss: No, sir, I don’t.

Judge: Why are you contesting it, then? Why is it so important to you, given your refusal to even touch a weapon to serve in a combat unit?

Desmond Doss: Because when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, I took it personal. Everyone I knew was on fire to join up, including me. There were two men in my hometown declared 4-F unfit, they killed themselves cause they couldn’t serve. Why, I had a job in a defense plant and I could’ve taken a deferment, but that ain’t right. It isn’t right that other men should fight and die, that I would just be sitting at home safe. I need to serve. I got the energy and the passion to serve as a medic, right in the middle with the other guys. No less danger, just… while everybody else is taking life, I’m going to be saving it. With the world so set on tearing itself apart, it doesn’t seem like such a bad thing to me to wanna put a little bit of it back together.”

draco denying sickness

HARRY : You’re sick. You need to stay home.

DRACO : *paler than usual, covered in a cold sweat, and fighting back vomit* MALFOYS DO NOT SUCUMB TO SICKNESS. IT FEARS US.

HARRY : Is that so? So, if I offered to wait on you hand-and-foot all day because of your cold, you’d deny it?


HARRY : That’s what I thought. I’ll go make tea. 

Yuri and Victor: 

Straight people: Obviously, they just hugged. 


Straight people: Platonic


(Exclude Feinstein) Remember these democrats for the 2018 primaries, who could have passed Sanders’ amendment to lower prescription drug prices yet chose not to.

12 Republicans (including Ted Cruz) voted in support, and 13 Democrats did not, exclude Feinstein from California who was under surgery. This effectively denied the votes needed. These democratic senators then had the audacity to speak out against repealing Obamacare while moments ago selling out the American people’s access to affordable prescription drugs.

do u ever actually forget that a character is dead in canon because the fandom denies it so consistently