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- 4 hours ago
Guess who reached 666 followers? It was me,
DioTorch-Dick! In honor of that stupid lil' milestone I decided to reward all of you nerds!
I will be giving away six shiny 6-IV Torchic named after yours truly! I will also be giving away 4 Diancie! They’ll be from the Japanese event so I can’t nickname them. Sorry! And lastly, since it’s for 666 followers I’ll be giving away 5 Poke-Ball pattern Vivillion!
Rules are as follow:
- Must be following me since it’s for my followers’ loyalty and all
- Need to have a 3DS and Pokemon X or Y
- One like counts as an entry as does each reblog. Must have ask open
- Reblog as many times as you want, just don’t spam please
- Giveaway ends October 31. Spoopy, huh?There will be 6 winners, each getting a shiny Torchic. The first 5 places will also be getting a Vivillion and the first 4 will be getting a Diancie on top of all that. Good Luck!
Edit: I feel like I made this WAY too long for just a Pokemon giveaway so I’m gonna cut the deadline down to 10/21/14. That’s this Tuesday! Good luck
and sorry for any inconveniences!
Ends later today!
I’m gonna be closing entries in 3 hours
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Fuck special snowflakes who think like this.
Your ass ain’t fucking special because you don’t wear makeup.
You’re not fucking better than the woman with large breasts who wears tank tops.
You’re a piece of shit because you are putting sexist stereotypes onto other women in some anti-feminine bullshit.If you don’t like it, why’d you comment on it? I think it’s awesome and you’re probably one of the girls up there that wears makeup and shortshorts and tiny tanktops. And most kids today wear makeup because they think they aren’t pretty and need it. So deal with it. And get over yourself.
lemme tell you something: I wear tons of fucking make up. I wear short dresses. I walk around with a face that looks about as fake as it can get outside of a fucking barbie doll. and I like it that way. and, despite what you seem to think, no, it’s not because i think i’m ugly. i just fucking like makeup (and trust, i’ve spent years examining my own motivations and how they’re tied to internalized self-hated, fatphobia and misogyny so don’t EVEN cause you don’t know what you’re talking about).
I also read ravenously; engage in discourse regarding philosphy, art, economics, politics, race, gender, sexuality; make subversive art; and love comics and film and music. I’M A FUCKING PERSON IS WHAT I’M SAYING.
like how fucking deep is this goddamn image when the spine of the book JUST SAYS THE WORD ‘BOOK’.
this kind of bullshit narrative, other than furthering a misogynistic dichotomy that pits women against each other, is also a complete fucking fallacy. A huge majority of average women DON’T DO THIS. you aren’t the lone plain jane in an army of cake-faced, bottle blonde barbies—if you look around, you’ll see that most women just throw on jeans and tops and very little makeup.
I get that this kind of shit is an attempt to fight back against media-made images of what womanhood is supposed to be. I get it. (thought isn’t it interesting that the “weirdo” in the picture is still thin and conventionally attractive??)
but attacking other women who you perceive as being stupid or carbon copies because of their fucking appearance doesn’t fight back against shit. it actually does EXACTLY what the patriarchy wants us to do—engenders more hatred and competition between women.
but you know, whatever, continue to think you’re so goddamn special. i’ll be over here reading AND wearing hot pink lipstick and having a hell of a time doing it.
(via spacebattles)Source: sourcedumal
- 10 hours ago
"One person, Duncan himself, has died from Ebola in the United States in these three weeks. In contrast, during an average three-week period in the United States: 35 people die from tuberculosis; 3,200 from influenza and pneumonia – 500 of those people under 65 years of age; 1,100 from suicide by gun; 650 from homicide by gun; 1,000 by alcoholic cirrhosis; and 1,900 by motor vehicle accident.* These deaths are not only vastly more numerous, they are much more contagious, either in a medical sense or in a sociological sense. Where are screaming headlines for those risks?"
- 12 hours ago
one time I went to a gamestop and as I walked in the employee was like “cooking mama is over there!” and snickered with his friend and I was so pissed because 1) I was there to pick up diablo III and 2) cooking mama is an excellent game not an insult to fling at women when u feel like being a misogynist. anyway I hate nerds
(via thefuzzhead)Source: slayboobunny
- 17 hours ago
Three hunters have sparked outrage amongst the indigenous Mi’kmaq people of Nova Scotia by killing a rare albino moose that is considered sacred.
"It’s so beautiful - let’s kill it!"
Everything that’s wrong with industrialism, White people, hunting for pleasure, masculinity, colonialism. ALL THERE.They have given the hide back to the Mi’kmaq community but kept the head. Disgraceful.
(via thereisaspoon)Source: politics-r-us
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"At [Much Ado About Nothing]s core is intense male anxiety about female infidelity"
The Norton Shakespeare Comedies, Much Ado About Nothing (via eighttwotwopointthreethree)
Everyone tags this with “not all men” but one of the things that is so powerful about Much Ado is that you do have, like, the one romantic hero in Shakespeare who gets it and actually figures out that the whole culture of cuckoldry panic is toxic and damaging and actually steps back from it — I know Greenblatt has a much darker reading of the play, because he’s a New Historicist and they always do, but the fact that Benedick is the only man in the play (other than the Friar, but he’s not part of the play’s whole bro complex) who believes in Hero’s innocence is a pretty big deal, given that even Hero’s own father doesn’t believe her, because “would the two princes lie, and Claudio lie?” And it’s very much a play about learning to be a good ally to women and recognizing that patriarchy is destructive — which I think is why Benedick comes off as pretty much the only romantic comedy lead in Shakespeare who feels worthy of the heroine. The flip side of the quote above is that the play is pretty optimistic about the possibility of a feminist heterosexuality, not that Shakespeare would have put it in those terms because he wrote the play in 1599ish but ykwim, and it requires listening to women and accepting their experiences as valid.