From the moment we are born, we begin to die. So you might as well live.Listen Well Lawls Ask away
Carl Sagan, 1990
It was said 24 years ago, and same kind of thoughts have been spoken many times before through the history. Despite that, some politicians, drunk with power, don’t just realise which choice is better.
Anonymous asked: On the topic of fetishes that can come off as an expression of misogyny, I recently had a theory of how perhaps people are aroused by things they truly fear, and that by fetishizing them unconsciously we're trying to negate them. just a theory though
Oh totally, men who are virgins who fetishize never being able to fuck and constantly get rejected. POC who fetishize their racist stereotypes. People who fetishize rape fantasies, even if they are also survivors themselves. It’s just how some peoples brains become wired.
girls aren’t “easy”, girls don’t have difficulty levels. some girls like sex and some girls don’t. you aren’t winning anything by getting either of them to sleep with you.
Some girls only want sex after emotional closeness develops, but to call this “difficulty” says some really disturbing shit about what you think emotional closeness is for.
I’m outside the door, invite me in
So we can go back and play pretend
Men don’t care if you write incendiary messages of revolt all over your naked body, as long as they get to see that body. When they hear you call yourself a slut, they won’t know that you’re being ironic and that you’ve reclaimed the word. And they won’t care, because irony is just another flavor of appeasement. They’ll call you a slut in a totally non-ironic, non-reclaimed way. And they’ll insist that insulting you is okay because you’re doing it to yourself.
We all have to appease in one way or another to survive, but let’s not confuse that behavior with feminist activism. It’s not. Let’s do as little of it as we can get away with, and as much resistance as we are capable of. M.K. Hajdin in “Nakedness isn’t activism – here’s why” (via mikroblogolas)