THAT MAKES MY DANGLE TWANGLE
venting

Holy fucking shit it is so frustrating that people in my family cant take me fucking serious for one god damn minute

Its either they think I’m joking or they just dont value my input on anything, and the fact that they can say the most ignorant, racist, and/or insensitive bullshit and when I bring it up or call them out on it they just say things like, “oh well we dont actually believe that”

THEN WHY FUCKING SAY IT AT ALL HOLY SHIT NO WONDER I FUCKING LIVE IN A DIFFERENT TOWN MY GOD

nocogsorwheels:

I mean of course it’s not Link

Doesn’t have the amazing eyebrow game goin on, you feel me

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you feel me

i’m holding out for a hero

nodicemike:

nocogsorwheels:

thesparhawke:

Jezebel article + comment from a pokemon enthusiast

Reblogging because I love the idea behind this, and I like the pokemon analogy—it’s funny—but also because “wouldn’t you rather date a Charizard than a Charmander” bugs the shit out of me :I

like, I got my first—and current—boyfriend when I was nineteen. Gettin’ personal here. We have a pretty good sex life, and did pretty much right off the bat. But up until then, I felt pretty worthless and would have anxiety attacks over people talking about virgins like they weren’t worth anything. I’ve been in the presence of guys who have actually referred to virgins as damaged goods. I’ve had a guy waffle over his interest in me because he didn’t know, and I quote, how to “handle a virgin”. (intensely creepy for me, btw.) Constant taunting/dismissal from some less-than-pleasant friends about my lack of experience. There are more examples, but I can’t think of them off the top of my head. I felt like a loser who nobody would ever touch.

And it’s never ‘sleep with a virgin’. It’s always ‘date a virgin’. Not only are these people counting you out as a sexual partner, they’re counting you out as a partner, period

It goes without saying, slut-shaming is a big thing. And it makes me so fucking mad. It has made me mad to the point of tears before. And, in the end, slut-shaming is much more prevalent than virgin-shaming. I really like and support this message. Especially the first half! …Really the only problem I have is with That One Sentence! Just. Yeah. Sometimes it feels like neither side can come out of the patriarchy unscathed.

(because they can’t.)

(that’s the thing.)

(p.s. sorry for this unnecessarily long message.)

“Sometimes it feels like neither side can come out of the patriarchy unscathed.”

Cause, y’know, male virgins aren’t shit on by every corner of the world for still being virgins if they’re over 17.

It’s all an attack on women.

Please…

Cause, y’know, male virgins aren’t shit on by every corner of the world for still being virgins if they’re over 17.

It’s all an attack on women.

Please…

excuse me

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"Trans and a Gamer Girl"

“What is it like for you being a Trans gamer?” I’ve been asked this question a few times, never knowing how to answer it exactly. I mean, to me, it feels like someone just asked me what it is like to have hazel colored eyes; I just have them. But am I just a Trans gamer? Being a gamer is a large part of who I am. I spend most of my social interactions either playing games with others or talking about games. My passion is Magic: the Gathering. Its is so much a part of my life that I travel the United States to participate in tournaments and even became a judge.   So, when I think about my experience as a Trans gamer, I have my life as a Magic player and judge to look at…

http://ggvogue.com/2013/06/13/trans-and-a-gamer-girl/

fuck anybody that calls charity donations a “handout”

for real that is infuriating

rustledbutts:

Finished!    . v.

rustledbutts:

Finished!    . v.

i cant wait to move so i can go on food stamps yeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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hitchhikerkisses:

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hitchhikerkisses:

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BLEEEAAAAUGH 

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candycoats:

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candycoats:

Left 4 Propane 2

mtgfan:

Judge’s Corner #18: Judging at Regular

suicideisnotanoption4u:

8-years ago, CHP Officer Kevin Briggs talked this young man out of jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge. That young man’s name is Kevin Berthia. Today he is 30 years old and married with 2 children. This week he presented Officer Briggs with an award on behalf of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. The story of how Officer Briggs talked Kevin down is remarkable. As you can see in the picture, Kevin is literally one step away from jumping to his death. But for more than hour, the officer listened to Kevin pour his heart out about his troubles and told him, “I know you think things are bad, but they can get better.”Kevin says, “Officer Briggs never made me feel guilty for the situation I was in. He made feel like, I understand why you are here, but there are alternatives”Kevin is just one of countless lives Briggs has saved over his 23 year career.Briggs, who was promoted to Sergeant five years ago, is humble about what he does. He says, ”they make the decision, when they step back over that rail it takes a tremendous amount of courage”I salute Sergeant Briggs!Photo: The San Francisco Chronicle, John Storey

suicideisnotanoption4u:

8-years ago, CHP Officer Kevin Briggs talked this young man out of jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge. 

That young man’s name is Kevin Berthia. 
Today he is 30 years old and married with 2 children. 
This week he presented Officer Briggs with an award on behalf of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. 

The story of how Officer Briggs talked Kevin down is remarkable. 

As you can see in the picture, Kevin is literally one step away from jumping to his death. But for more than hour, the officer listened to Kevin pour his heart out about his troubles and told him, “I know you think things are bad, but they can get better.”

Kevin says, “Officer Briggs never made me feel guilty for the situation I was in. He made feel like, I understand why you are here, but there are alternatives”

Kevin is just one of countless lives Briggs has saved over his 23 year career.

Briggs, who was promoted to Sergeant five years ago, is humble about what he does. He says, ”they make the decision, when they step back over that rail it takes a tremendous amount of courage”

I salute Sergeant Briggs!
Photo: The San Francisco Chronicle, John Storey

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