"They tell us that the prisons are overpopulated. But what if it were the population that were being overimprisoned?"

Michel Foucault  (via lacanno)

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this is both hilariously, and horrifyingly, true.

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In case you forgot, the SPLC classified MRA’s as a hate group last year.

cry, hatemongers

virulent misogyny, spreading of false anti-woman propaganda and applauding and even encouraging acts of domestic terrorism and extreme violence against women and children, up to and including murder. “

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The 2pac you don’t hear about.


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"I was afraid to be alone, and now I’m scared that’s how I like to be."

November (Azure Ray)

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sporadically posting due to horrendous workload

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The top 5 rape apologist reactions to the Steubenville rape verdict






The Steubenville guilty verdict spawned nearly as much rape apology as the original news of the case did, highlighting the point — made by feminists like Zerlina Maxwell and Jaclyn Friedman — that America has a long way to go before it gets past blaming victims and sympathizing with rapists.

Below are the top 5 rape apologist reactions to the verdict.

1. CNN: “Those poor boys’ lives are ruined”

CNN correspondent Candy Crowley responded to the verdict by bemoaning the sad future of two rapists who traumatized one young girl for life but would never get to live out their football dreams.

2. The judge: “This is the problem with social media”

Feministe’s Jill Filipovic tweeted that the judge in the case noted that the verdict is a lesson in “how you record things on social media that are so prevalent today. As she said, “Problem =/ the recording.”

3. Author/blogger Michael Crooke: “It’s just buyer’s remorse”
Author/blogger Michael Crook, who additionally claims that “rape doesn’t exist,” won the race for most-likely-to-be-poorly-executed satire, at least until he took to his Twitter feed to demand that the survivor be “held accountable”, tell women that “skimpy clothing is pretty much implied consent” and encourage every woman to not “dress like a whore if you don’t want to be treated like one.”

4. Way too many people on Twitter: “Die, Jane Doe!”

Clearly, death threats are not the way to go.

5. Lee Stranahan on Breitbart: “The town’s the real victim here”

Stranahan says that the media and Anonymous are the real villains in the case, though they really should’ve been paying more attention to rapes reported in Occupy camps anyway.

Things that really fucking piss me off: The Rape Culture Edition

Just fucking gross.

It’s too much. It’s too much

No. The victim…the one that was drugged, degraded , photographed and raped is the real victim. Every single thing about the way this story was covered and the way the case was handled is evidence of how horribly screwed up our culture is as it regards social issues of this nature.

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Walk up in the club like “Actually, I didn’t think it was appropriate to invite children since it’s… You know, there’s gambling and alcohol, and it’s in our dangerous warehouse and it’s a school night… And, you know, Hooters is catering. You know, is that enough? Should I keep going?”

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On a scale of 1 to Leonardo DiCaprio, how unappreciated are you?

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"Relationships are complicated, and it can take a woman more than one attempt to leave an abuser. But if any woman who goes back is told that she has forfeited sympathy and can be written off with mockery—that the whole thing is now an amusing spectacle—then we’ll end up with more dead women."

Amy Davidson on Seth MacFarlane’s Rihanna joke (via miss-love)

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