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Ban revenge porn!

lions-and-snails:

I wrote a little article on the amendments to ban revenge porn, I’m so happy parliament is taking this seriously!

The amendments will be discussed in the Lords next Monday, and they’ll go through them in detail and then the government will kind of decide whether or not they want to take the amendments forward!

I’m really keen for the government to see that there’s a bunch of people behind this, so if you could just either share this article, tweet about how you back the moves to ban revenge porn, write your own article on it or aNyThInG you can think of to publicise this issue. I’d be super appreciative!

Revenge porn is totally disgusting and we have the opportunity to get this banned, wahhh!


sodapapi:

but why do white people want to say the n-word.. do you realize it was used pretty much every time a black person was beaten, lynched, murdered, raped, whipped, or mistreated by white people, shouldn’t that be enough to keep it out of your mouth? And you have the privilege of always having your voice heard over everyone else, why cant you give up this one word? ?

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fem-mew-nist:

faineemae:

flyingmintbunny0:

asexualveganmystic:

dorkinthefreakkingdom:

faineemae:

if i had a dollar…

If I had a brick

sorry if I’m off topic but I’m so sick of people characterizing violent crime as “musta been mental illness” it throws us mentally ill people under the bus by perpetuating the stereotype that we’re dangerous

cant we just say there was something going on with that one guy?

ur totally right, many men don’t react violently when faced with rejection.
it was only this one guy.












Societus Patriarchus: the latin name for the so-called “mental illness” that’s always attributed to white guys who become violent when they don’t get what they want

endilletante:


Bresil, photographies de Fulvio Roiter, editions Atlantis, 1970.

jontronshat:

wentdog:

The ’50s were fucked up man.

*tries this at next house party*

"A woman from the audience asks: ‘Why were there so few women among the Beat writers?’ and [Gregory] Corso, suddenly utterly serious, leans forward and says: “There were women, they were there, I knew them, their families put them in institutions, they were given electric shock. In the ’50s if you were male you could be a rebel, but if you were female your families had you locked up."
Stephen Scobie, on the Naropa Institute’s 1994 tribute to Allen Ginsberg (via fuckyeahbeatniks)

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