starfox: assault


Pictured top is a snapchat sent by Canadian teenagers Lynnae Cook and Chrissy Jacobs (pictured) within hours of killing 19 year old Serena McKay. Her face, hands and jacket are seen to be covered in their victim’s blood. There had been a dispute between the three girls due to a rumour that Serena had been in contact with Jacobs’ boyfriend, which turned out to be completely unfounded.

Pictured below is a conversation between Cook and Jacobs after Serena’s body was found, indicating that although they had no meant to kill her, they had still beaten her severely. During the ordeal, one of the assailants live streamed the attack onto Facebook where it allegedly remained for around 4 hours. The graphic footage shows Serena lay on the ground being kicked and punched repeatedly whilst crying “I’m sorry” for an offence she hadn’t committed. However, despite claiming they hadn’t meant to kill her and appearing terrified throughout the personal conversation in the image above, one of the girls was heard to say “I don’t want to fucking see her alive” during the video clip posted online.

Since Serena’s body was found on 23rd April 2017, both girls have been arrested and are facing murder charges.

ricegum attacking The Gabbie Show over a joke

shows that men can, in the middle of a party, in the middle of witnesses, physically assault a woman for no reason and break her property, and SHE will be the one leaving and feeling ashamed for “causing drama” 

ricegum is a fucking cowardly pissbaby and he deserves to be no-platformed and punched right in the fucking nose. 

Boys will be boys

I want to share something here that I very rarely talk about but has been on my mind lately. When I was younger, and before I realised I was trans, my high school had a seniors muck up day. This was where u could wear whatever u want as seniors and have a fun time to celebrate finishing high school. I decided to wear a pink dress. Cause I just thought it would be nice to wear and I told myself that I was doing it as a joke (in hindsight it wasn’t cause I was so happy to wear that dress). When I turned up to school, half my year (it was an ‘all boys’ school) was wearing dresses as jokes (like a lot of them had balloons as boobs). But, for some reason (like they knew I wasn’t doing it as a joke), a bunch of boys (10-15 jocks) decided to target me. They surrounded me, tackled me to the ground hard enough that I started coughing from the wind being knocked out of me, ziptied my legs and arms together as I was trying to kick them off and get away. Then they threw eggs at me, poured pure cordial on me, and chucked Vegemite water bombs at me. They eventually had enough fun and left me alone. What made it worse was that there were teachers right there, and they did nothing. I had to wriggle out of the zip ties by myself. That very day was my graduation ceremony. I had to sit there with dried sticky cordial on my skin, probably some egg in my hair (I tried cleaning it off as much as I could with a hose but it wasn’t good enough). As the principal and the teachers congratulated my year for graduating and becoming fine gentleman and manly men. Because of this, idk if I can ever wear a dress or skirt in public without being terrified. That is my “male privilege”.

  • Has he ever trapped you in a room and not let you out? 
  • Has he ever raised a fist as if he were going to hit you? 
  • Has he ever thrown an object that hit you or nearly did? 
  • Has he ever held you down or grabbed you to restrain you? 
  • Has he ever shoved, poked, or grabbed you? 
  • Has he ever threatened to hurt you? 

If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then we can stop wondering whether he’ll ever be violent; he already has been.

-Lundy Bancroft, Why Does He Do That

Reading this is a real mind fuck. Because for years I’ve told myself my ex was only emotionally/psychologically abusive. But there were a couple of situations in which he did a couple of the things on this list. And having an expert like Bancroft state, in no uncertain terms, that I was physically assaulted so intellectually knowing that yeah, that’s physical abuse and NOT OK but still having that voice inside, the one developed over a decade of gas-lighting, excuses, relativism, etc. that voice that STILL makes excuses for him is just further crazy making.

He abused me.

Yeah, but it was only a couple of times that I can remember.

It was still physical abuse.

Yeah, but it’s like, the mildest examples on that list.


Yeah, but it was a long time ago. It was a few isolated incidents, not ongoing.


Yeah, but I have no proof of what he did. And besides, nobody would take those little things seriously.


Yeah, but…

Why Wonder Woman Fights TERFs

The core reason why wonder woman opposes TERFs isn’t a Gail Simone quote or a headcanon about the Amazons. It is this.

Wonder Woman fights to protect the innocent, the weak, and the vulnerable.

Wonder Woman fights for the teenage trans girl who paints her toenails under a concrete overpass in a remote part of town, far from prying eyes, because she needs this one, desperate act of self-affirmation, and if she ever came out to her father he would start hitting her and continue long after she had stopped moving.

Wonder Woman fights for the women who have undiagnosed urethral infections from holding it too long, because the cis women in the bathroom might see them as an interloper and physically assault them.

Wonder Woman fights for women who get sexually harassed by men that then feel the need to stab them over a hundred times because they were “tricked” and need brutal murder to correct their worldview.

Wonder Woman fights AGAINST the sort of slathering cowards who dox and attack trans girls, force them out of safe spaces, and expose them to the murderous men who will do the dirty work for them.

How come every time Chris Brown talks about beating Rihanna he always has to try and make it like he’s suffering too? He either complains that it negatively affected his career for three seconds or that he is haunted by it because he has to see images of her beaten face every so often?

Why can’t he just go away? Take Sean Penn with him.

I feel scared,
Where I once felt safe.
I’m afraid of the hands,
I once found comfort holding.
The worst part is,
I do not know,
If this feeling is justified.
There is shame in my silence,
Can you hear it?
It rings loudly around my neck,
Like a collar with a bell.
I don’t know if I should even be looking
For I am afraid of what I might find.

I don’t know if there is an enemy,
What if they were the one holding up my sides?

—  Belle Jar

Confession:  really am starting to be wary of Black women in discussions about abuse/assault of black Men. Cuz while a lot of them act respectfully, it seems to me like the average person comes onto these posts and feels like, cuz it’s about dudes, all the rules when talking about abuse and assault seems to fly out the window. A black dude getting beat by his girlfriend is funny. Little black boys being sexually abused by black women is their own fault for being stupid and not realizing they were being assaulted (and here I thought abusers were crafty enough to make their victims believe they weren’t being victimized).

And what kills me the most is that, a lot of times on this site specifically, these discussions are prompted by Black women who then don’t check their sisters for the things they’re saying. I 100% believe toxic masculinity is one of the biggest issues in black communities, but I’m starting to think black women shouldn’t say anything unless they’re talking about how it affects black women and girls in particular. Like, we have to be respectful when we’re talking about their issues, and when some of us aren’t, we’re supposed to call them out. I just feel like they should do the same.