ms. ingenuous

NSFW. Feminist. Libertine. Guileless.

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So„ i just got off the phone with the police station. All the harassment in my inbox will get you guys.

social-justice-mindy:

Black history month…. You would think you guys would act right. Seriously. How would you feel if i made a page called sistahsaintshit? But its ok to make whitegirlsaintship??? Screw you and your bad grammer.

have them contact me, I have screenshots of all of your bullshit.

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Filed under racism social justice mindy

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social-justice-mindy:

Cultural Appropiation 101: Beyonce.

Not only does she dress up as Marie Antoinette for fun, - __- But she makes her skin and hair lighter to appear white. Honestly? How many black people have naturally blonde hair? 

None. 

Beyonce is allowed to steal from white culture, take our hair color, skin color and OUR POP MUSIC, while we get yelled at for Grammy  winning Macklemore making beautiful HIP HOP music.. 

Turn up on that…….

this person has got to be a professional troll, doing a sociology thesis, or on drugs. maybe all three

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Anonymous asked: Men invented the internet. Why should women have a say on it?

misandry-mermaid:

So I’m guessing you abstain from ever using paper, since it was, of course, invented in China during the Han Dynasty, right? I mean, you couldn’t possibly be a Chinese person from the 2nd century.

Jerkwad needs to kiss the grave of Ada Lovelace for the computer that gave rise to the internet.

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What you don’t know won’t hurt you.
Bill O’Reilly’s reply to being asked about the main problem with finding out if they’re underpaid: How do women KNOW if they’re being paid less than their male counterparts without asking their colleagues or employer? (via cognitivedissonance)

Further securing his position in the misogynist asshole hall of fame

Filed under bill o'reilly equal pay misogyny douchecanoes

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skunkbear:

Talk nerdy to me, Mr. President.
Today I was inspired by The Washington Post’s look at individual words from state of the union addresses, so I compiled GROUPS of words (for example - “doctors”, “vaccines”, “medicine” were all included for the HEALTH total) from the first Roosevelt all the way down to Obama’s speech on Tuesday. A few interesting things to look at:
Presidents tend to talk more about alternative fuels and climate change near the end of their presidencies. Hmmm …
The 1973 Oil Crisis really got those presidents talking.
I included global oil prices (adjusted for inflation) as a reference.
There’s a major shift from worrying about agriculture to worrying about health.
It’s been eclipsed by the Watergate scandal, but Nixon had a strong environmental record. Just look how excited he was about natural resources (clean air, water, environment) in his first year!
NOTE: I got the data from onetwothree.net. These aren’t tallies of words - they’re a normalized frequency of words (words per 10,000) so really long-winded presidents don’t rack up bigger numbers just by talking for a long time.

skunkbear:

Talk nerdy to me, Mr. President.

Today I was inspired by The Washington Post’s look at individual words from state of the union addresses, so I compiled GROUPS of words (for example - “doctors”, “vaccines”, “medicine” were all included for the HEALTH total) from the first Roosevelt all the way down to Obama’s speech on Tuesday. A few interesting things to look at:

  • Presidents tend to talk more about alternative fuels and climate change near the end of their presidencies. Hmmm …
  • The 1973 Oil Crisis really got those presidents talking.
  • I included global oil prices (adjusted for inflation) as a reference.
  • There’s a major shift from worrying about agriculture to worrying about health.
  • It’s been eclipsed by the Watergate scandal, but Nixon had a strong environmental record. Just look how excited he was about natural resources (clean air, water, environment) in his first year!

NOTE: I got the data from onetwothree.net. These aren’t tallies of words - they’re a normalized frequency of words (words per 10,000) so really long-winded presidents don’t rack up bigger numbers just by talking for a long time.

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culture-of-choice:

cultureshift:

Pro-abortion activists destroyed a memorial of crosses set up in a field to remember the 55 million unborn children who have been killed in abortions since Roe v. Wade in 1973.. ~LifeNews.com
Not only do pro-abortion activists feel the need to destroy living human beings, they also feel the need to destroy the memorials dedicated to those children who were unwanted and unloved by their mothers and fathers.

Cool, let’s talk about this, shall we?
Pro-choicers kicked down a few ridiculous “crosses” made of what looks like PVC piping, made to memorialize fetuses.
Shall we now talk about the over two hundred thousand instances of violence against pro-choicers that the pro-life movement has perpetuated? 
Your movement has murdered doctors, clinic employees, escorts, and security guards. 
Your movement has set fires, bombed, kidnapped, assaulted and vandalized. 
So yeah. Let’s talk about destruction, right?

culture-of-choice:

cultureshift:

Pro-abortion activists destroyed a memorial of crosses set up in a field to remember the 55 million unborn children who have been killed in abortions since Roe v. Wade in 1973.. ~LifeNews.com

Not only do pro-abortion activists feel the need to destroy living human beings, they also feel the need to destroy the memorials dedicated to those children who were unwanted and unloved by their mothers and fathers.

Cool, let’s talk about this, shall we?

Pro-choicers kicked down a few ridiculous “crosses” made of what looks like PVC piping, made to memorialize fetuses.

Shall we now talk about the over two hundred thousand instances of violence against pro-choicers that the pro-life movement has perpetuated?

Your movement has murdered doctors, clinic employees, escorts, and security guards.

Your movement has set fires, bombed, kidnapped, assaulted and vandalized.

So yeah. Let’s talk about destruction, right?

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belkis:

I personally think it’s important to talk about Bieber’s arrest.

An underaged, drunk driving, arrest-resisting, foreign white boy was released on bond. 

Then take a moment to think about the brown boys who are deported for much, much less and the black boys who are shot or beaten to within an inch of life for resisting arrest.

(Source: carpe-cerevisi, via teaandfeminism)