A Soft Ratchet

Where the smartest Chickenheads roam

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whitepeoplesaidwhat:

"Are you Korean?"

"Are you Japanese?"

"you’re Chinese? so do you eat dogs/cats?"

"your eyes are so chinky how do you even see" (i actually love my eyes cus when I wear eyeliner, that shit SLAYS)

"so is your p**** tight?"

"are you hairy down there like all the other Asian girls?"

"wait, you don’t like math? but you’re Asian"

"you should be a doctor instead of an artist"

"All Asian girls are flat"

"You should be gentle and submissive" (HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA)

"You’re going to be a bad driver"

"So do you eat Chinese food every single day?"

"Haha all you Asians look alike"

"Ching chong ching chong -pulls eyes back-"

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pardonmewhileipanic:

memewhore:

cruelinternet:

Ugh, say what you want about men, but at least we don’t spend half of our time complaining about the opposite sex. There is a trending attitude among the women of Tumblr, and that is ‘impossible to please’.

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this just in

man complains about women complaining

doesn’t get irony

next at 11, women everywhere laugh at text post

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mcxi:

anotherboywholived:

feministbackup:

If you haven’t heard about this yet, last night the BBC aired a powerful documentary called Blurred Lines that explored casual misogyny online and rape culture.

I urge EVERYONE to watch it and spread it like fire because it gives real insight into the topic and has inspired both men and women to go to Twitter and had #blurredlines trending for 12 hours on Twitter after it aired.

You can watch it on BBC iPlayer here (x)

(I genuinely don’t know if those outside the UK can view, so please let me know!)

It includes video footage from the Steubenville cases, it takes a look at the treatment of women in GTA, lads mags and rape jokes, the unapologetic nature of those who perpetrate rape culture etc.

One of the more interesting points of the documentary are the men who oppose rape culture and those that don’t and the societal differences between them.

After you view it please share your views, both on Tumblr and any other social media platforms you have. It’d be great if this abuse against women documentary were the first searches people came across when they search for Blurred lines.

You can watch it on BBC iPlayer here (x)

For those outside the UK: there’s a nice browser extension called Hola with which you can watch this.

And here’s a link to the whole program on YouTube.  [x]

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