The Crazy Musketeer
Yes but what about the second title?
posted 4 days ago + 1 note

davebiab:

To everyone that discounts a message based on how the messenger looks.

posted 5 days ago + 184 notes — via davebiab

"If owning a gun and knowing how to use it worked, the military would be the safest place for a woman. It’s not.

If women covering up their bodies worked, Afghanistan would have a lower rate of sexual assault than Polynesia. It doesn’t.

If not drinking alcohol worked, children would not be raped. They are.

If your advice to a woman to avoid rape is to be the most modestly dressed, soberest and first to go home, you may as well add “so the rapist will choose someone else”.

If your response to hearing a woman has been raped is “she didn’t have to go to that bar/nightclub/party” you are saying that you want bars, nightclubs and parties to have no women in them. Unless you want the women to show up, but wear kaftans and drink orange juice. Good luck selling either of those options to your friends.

Or you could just be honest and say that you don’t want less rape, you want (even) less prosecution of rapists."
posted 1 week ago + 137,885 notes — via blackabsynthe, © brutereason

bisexual-community:

biles-bilinski-is-canon:

angrybisexual:

biles-bilinski-is-canon:

Posted this graphic on another blog about a year ago-people still don’t know about this, so I’m reposting again here. Whatever your sexuality (or lack of sexuality) is, you are not alone. :)

It does merit to point out that bisexuals are a far more closeted population, so this is entirely consistent with people “never having met” a bisexual.

When people tell me “I’ve never met a bisexual” I’m like, "yes, yes you have. Just because they didn’t tell you doesn’t mean they aren’t there.” 
Bisexuals are everywhere-but I think a lot of bisexuals don’t know we are everywhere. That’s who I was mostly thinking about posting this graphic-while I love to rub it in the faces of biphobes that, “haha, we do exist!” I mostly post things like this for bisexuals. 
When I was 13 years old, I happened across a book that explained what bisexuality was and that 1 in 10 people had experienced same-gender attraction (I actually think it’s higher than that, but). That was how I found out that I was bi. I actually thought I was the only not-gay, not-straight person in the world. That book, that one small section on bisexuality, is why I am where I am today. (It was a similar experience with my gender identity and the book Luna by Julie Anne Peters.)
While it is so so painful to have to reassert ourselves and our identities over and over to monosexists who don’t believe we exist, what I really hope is that some bisexual person, who may not even know they are bisexual yet, hears from us that they are real, their identity is valid, and that they are not alone. :)

note: emphasis added

bisexual-community:

biles-bilinski-is-canon:

angrybisexual:

biles-bilinski-is-canon:

Posted this graphic on another blog about a year ago-people still don’t know about this, so I’m reposting again here. Whatever your sexuality (or lack of sexuality) is, you are not alone. :)

It does merit to point out that bisexuals are a far more closeted population, so this is entirely consistent with people “never having met” a bisexual.

When people tell me “I’ve never met a bisexual” I’m like, "yes, yes you have. Just because they didn’t tell you doesn’t mean they aren’t there.” 

Bisexuals are everywhere-but I think a lot of bisexuals don’t know we are everywhere. That’s who I was mostly thinking about posting this graphic-while I love to rub it in the faces of biphobes that, “haha, we do exist!” I mostly post things like this for bisexuals

When I was 13 years old, I happened across a book that explained what bisexuality was and that 1 in 10 people had experienced same-gender attraction (I actually think it’s higher than that, but). That was how I found out that I was bi. I actually thought I was the only not-gay, not-straight person in the world. That book, that one small section on bisexuality, is why I am where I am today. (It was a similar experience with my gender identity and the book Luna by Julie Anne Peters.)

While it is so so painful to have to reassert ourselves and our identities over and over to monosexists who don’t believe we exist, what I really hope is that some bisexual person, who may not even know they are bisexual yet, hears from us that they are real, their identity is valid, and that they are not alone. :)

note: emphasis added

posted 1 week ago + 943 notes — via bialogue-group, © biles-bilinski-is-canon

houseofalexzander:

Lustrous.

A man in the grocery store line today approached me and said, “Sir, when I first saw you I was extremely attracted to you, but then I noticed that you are a boy. How… I mean, why do you dress so provocatively?”

I responded, “Well, in today’s world the majority of the straight male race view women as objects, or something that belongs to them. I dress provocatively because it attracts the attention of men in a sexual and OBJECTIVE way. However, when realized that I am actually male, they often become confused, disgusted, upset or all of the above. By inflicting this minor emotional damaged upon the ego of a man raised by twisted societal gender norms, maybe, just maybe the individual will think twice before viewing another woman with an objective attitude and sense of belonging. No woman, belongs to ANYONE. Male or female, the equality of human beings needs to be a priority. It is something worth dressing up for.”

I AM NOT KIDDING. The woman behind me, the female cashier, the old lady bagging groceries and the woman in front of me who was talking on the phone STOPPED, …. and proceeded to gasp and clap. The man shook my hand, told me to have a blessed day and then said, “excuse me ladies, I need to visit my daughter.”

…. I was shaking by the time I walked out of the store.

- Elliott Alexzander

posted 1 week ago + 209,915 notes — via houseofalexzander

posted 2 weeks ago + 82,209 notes — via blackabsynthe, © theactualteruteru

happiusagi:

hinauchi:

I awwed out loud
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i awwed out loud before i read the comment.

happiusagi:

hinauchi:

I awwed out loud

omg

i awwed out loud before i read the comment.

posted 3 weeks ago + 191,163 notes — via rogerwatermelons, © judyjudybobooty