georgetakei:

Here’s a little clip from the show.
Source: Child of the 80s, Facebook community

georgetakei:

Here’s a little clip from the show.

Source: Child of the 80s, Facebook community

oatmeal:

I drew Spider-Man like the new Spider-Woman.

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Anonymous asked: I know this might be a bit touchy, but do you still identify as a feminist? I mean, you have admitted that you may in fact be a humanist in beliefs. And with the rise in awareness of the crazy radicals femanazis who want a matriarchal society, is it really worth it to have that associated with you? People go "ew crazies" at feminists now, radical or not, but I think people are more like "wow that's great" at the idea of humanism. Just a thought.

tamashiihiroka:

People don’t understand what humanism means. It is an entirely different movement that already exists, you cannot substitute it for “Gender Neutral Equality” and have it mean the same thing. Wanting equal rights for both genders =/= humanism. Feminism is called feminism because female people are the ones being systemically oppressed. It is totally okay for the focus to be on women and not gender as a whole. In fact many of the problems men face, like custody rights, problems in the legal system, etc, are rooted in misogyny rather than misandry. Fixing the problems that women face will also help men out! So the feminism movement is focused on women, but benefits people of both genders.

Yes I still consider myself a feminist. I don’t think there’s been a rise in awareness of the more radical feminists, just a rise in focus. I don’t think abandoning the term feminist because people associate it with these negative things will really make any progress. People will still associate feminist ideas with feminism regardless of whether or not I label myself as such. All I need to say is “that’s sexist” to be called a “feminazi” by other people, even if I don’t apply the term “feminist” to myself. All it does when people go “ew feminism” is take credibility away from feminist ideas themselves, not just people who refer to themselves as feminist. It’s pretty regressive actually to abandon the term “feminist” because it implies that acknowledging women’s struggles and working to fix them is a bad thing just because it does not simultaneously acknowledge every other problem every other group faces. 

Yes, poor little old you. There we were, discussing rape, violence against women, systemic oppression and other manifestations of sexism, and you had to jump in to remind us that “not all men” do these things. Why don’t you really say what you want to say? “I HAVE NEVER RAPED/HIT/ASSAULTED A WOMAN!” Right? Isn’t this what you really want to say? Yes, make a discussion that is about the plight of MILLIONS of women about poor little old you. I mean, millions of women are being assaulted and oppressed, but you’ve never done it, so why are we making you uncomfortable with these discussions? Brenda Wambui breaking down the ridiculous “Not all men!” phrase over at Medium. Top-notch work. (via itmac)

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unamusedsloth:

Nude Portraits series by photographer Trevor Christensen

This is my new favorite thing

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hhantu:

franfrancatman:

My dad and I made this fishtank for my mum for Christmas a few years ago with dollhouse furniture. I thought it was pretty rad

i cant believe your mom is a fish

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dailydot:

'Comcast cancel' by CAPS OFF PLEASE

banderboucher:

Sally Draper: *has caught fire*

Betty: Go play

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