September 23rd 2014

Anonymous said: Why are you encouraging man-hating? I'm a man and I have not physically, sexually or verbally abused anyone. Why should I be punished for the crimes of other males who have, just because I was also born male?

My first angry anon message! This is exciting.  

First, I am not “encouraging” man-hating.  I simply do not think that reassuring men that they are not deserving of hatred is a necessary precursor to womens liberation.    

Also, try to understand why some women do hate men or do not readily trust them.  Women are constantly, unwillingly sexualized, underpaid, devalued, and raped.  A woman, based on her individual experience, may be completely justified in hating men.  

Finally, you are not entitled to a golden star for existing or being a “nice dude”.  If 10% of a bowl of M&M’s was poisoned, you wouldn’t encourage someone to take a handful because not ALL the candies are poisoned.  

And…It’s funny how people are so ready to jump up the ass of any woman who expresses anger towards men as a group when a man can shoot up a sorority house because he’s angry at women for not providing him with sex. 

That great mythological scourge of womens’ hatred of men has resulted in how many mass shootings?  How many gang rapes? How many penises being cut off?  Then look at the result of men’s hatred of women - right.

(Thanks to lesflammables.tumblr.com for helping me write this.  She is a smarty pants).  


September 22nd 2014

deanleysen:

The single best speech I’ve seen on feminism yet.

While I think the speech is pretty good, I disagree that “man-hating” is really damning to feminism or the struggle of women.  Man-hating should be expected and is just, considering womens’ experiences with the patriarchy.


September 22nd 2014

crotchetybushtit:

yea getting girls to do STEM fields is important but u know what else is important? that we stop devaluing feminized work like elderly and child care, support work, social work, teaching, etc. pls stop acting like STEM fields are the final frontier for women

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September 22nd 2014
"Abyzou" from Jewish Mythology - This female demon was believed to be responsible for miscarriages, still-births, and infant mortality. 

"Abyzou" from Jewish Mythology - This female demon was believed to be responsible for miscarriages, still-births, and infant mortality. 


September 22nd 2014
Damn!
I need to experiment with dark lipstick.

Damn!

I need to experiment with dark lipstick.

(Source: mypetitmal)


September 22nd 2014
derpycats:

made me laugh

derpycats:

made me laugh


September 22nd 2014
progressivefriends:

poor uk. no one wants to sit at their lunch table.

progressivefriends:

poor uk. no one wants to sit at their lunch table.


September 21st 2014

September 21st 2014

How to Marry a Millionaire (1953)

(Source: bunnyhepburn, via allerasphinx)


September 21st 2014
fohk:

“Then we have children. Little carbon copies we can turn to and say, “You will do what I could not. You will succeed where I have failed.” Because we want someone to get it right this time”
Stoker (2013)Chan-wook Park

fohk:

Then we have children. Little carbon copies we can turn to and say, “You will do what I could not. You will succeed where I have failed.” Because we want someone to get it right this time”

Stoker (2013)
Chan-wook Park

(via littlestarlet)


September 21st 2014
kilkennycat:

Celebration of Halloween 2014!

kilkennycat:

Celebration of Halloween 2014!


September 21st 2014
nessa-doll:

50 creepy stories I absolutely loved!
Ritual Stories (WARNING: please do not try)
Tunnels: A ritual that is very easy to preform, and makes you very curious
The Staircase Ritual: Think you have evil spirits in your house? This is for you! Warning: Side effects of completing this ritual include possession, angry spirits and death! All for the low low price of your sanity!
The Devil’s Game: Very interesting, actually, it makes you want to do it, but at the same time be terrified to even think about it
11 Miles: for those who want something, whatever it may be, you can get it with this complex method
Lets Play a Game: This one is probably the safest out of all of them, but at the same time, its also extremely unsettling
mad scientist (Stories about experiments gone wrong and mad Scientist)
The Harbinger Experiment: This one is actually very good and written in a way that will make you unable to stop reading it. A mad scientist, the occult, and live test subjects all make for a great story
Psychologist: Ever wondered what would happen if we didn’t follow social obligations? Well, it would be something like this…
Russian Sleep Experiment: One of my personal favorites, considering I’ve read it 10 or 20 times and its still not old. Very gripping and the fact that this is very similar to the experiments that once went on makes it that much scarier
 Blood Freezing Experiment: This one was interesting to say the least, it only truly sums up what happens when people try to Play God
Happy Puppet Syndrome: Children are horrendous enough, but when they are genetically mutated shit gets intense
Well Known stories
The Rake: despite all of the annoying fan made sequel, this one is actually pretty good, and does creep you out, just be sure you don’t need a good night of sleep for the next morning
The Showers: yes, this is an EXTREMELY long one, but it is wroth the read, very suspenseful
Boothworld Industries: ever wanted someone dead? what if you had to listen to it? What if you had to keep killing people? Would you still want that one person dead?
The House That Death Forgot: ok this is a gross out horror, there is a high level of gore, but it is just low enough to keep it good, and it does have a very original plot line, my only wish was that it didn’t end
1999: this one is extensive, but it is undoubtedly creepy, you may think you know what is going on, but in reality, you don’t have a clue until the end
lesser known ones (but still amazing)
Toter’s Maze: ok this was one of the few that generally scared me, giving that paranoid feeling, and the writing style its in only makes it worse
Hands of a Living God: religion can be scary, combine that with a cult and brain washing ministers, it becomes a nightmare 
the Lost Town of Deepwood, Pennsylvania: ok this one has one of the most interesting plot lines ive ever read, it also leaves with an ending impossible to forget
The Chanting in the Woods: you can easily get lost in this one, it is one of those you just have to know whats going on, but you wont until the end
The Thing in the Fields: Warning: this one will terrify you, its like the rake and satan had a baby that decided to 1 up both of them
Monsters (spooky and scary beings that are not quite human)
Mr. Trenchfoot: The scary thing about this one is that the more you think about it the more real it seems, a must read indeed
The thing that Stalks the Fields: this one at first screamed “TERRIFYING” but is now stll that, times ten. One of the best ones in my opinion
The Crawlspace: hope you don’t plan on using a bathroom, traveling, opening doors, or even sleeping anytime soon
Through the Trees (SeedEater): well if this monster doesn’t sound like one of the most ominous thins you’ve ever heard of, you are lying
Masterpiece: its stories like these that make me wonder why I like to read scary stories, as it actually had me cowering under the covers thinking that that would somehow protect me
Ones that really make you think
Why babies are born screaming: the great question of life has been answered, but at the same time it terrified me
Good’s Diner: I like the idea behind this, and the writing just executed it perfectly
The Price of Freedom: this is was either written by someone tripping out, or a genius
Autopsy: This one really got to me, and I still think about it often, its one that wont leave you
St. Purgatory: this one really is sad, but at the same times makes you think “is death like this”
Ones that will have you on the edge of your seat
The House with Painted Doors: once again, this just makes me think children serve no purpose but to creep us out and to home unholy entities
Stubb’s Clubhouse: this was one of the first that I read, but it did definitely raise my love of murderous clowns
A Game of Flashlight Tag: when I first read this I thought to myself that is was extremely boring, but a few paragraphs in and I was emotionally invested.
Pit: this is definitely one where all you can think is “what the hell kind of twisted mind can come up with this?”
The No End House: This one will have you sitting there and freaking out through the entire thing, and then when you are relieved, it t will backstab you and make you have a wave of emotions
Quick Reads:
Candy: never going to see the Easter bunny the same way again
Behind closed doors: this one is short, but it does have one of the biggest plot twist ive ever read:
White Bridge: just flat out creepy,it stars kind of peaceful turns really fast into a horror
What I forgot: more sad, but does make you think what the apocalypse might very well contain
The crayon: wow, this one just made my heart drop, but at the same time was very eerie
Really shitty ones (but hey, its kind of amusing)
Jeff the Killer: yes a 12 year old can overpower parents and three 16 year olds, kids can legally stab others and bleach them, the concept was good, but executed in a terrible way
A Halloween to Remember: poor writing, no plot, it was an adventure
Abandoned Servers: this one is a true shitpasta, I don’t think it can get any worse
The Midnight Man Challenge: definitely angsty thirteen year old girl writing, most likely emo and wants a boyfriend
Bloodthirsty: just as I thought it couldn’t get any worse than abandoned servers, this one came, being the worst ive ever read (rob dyke has a fantastic reading of it)
Bonus Stories (some I found amazing but either didn’t fit into any list or the list they would go in was comepletely filled)
By the Edge of the Water: a cult story that is unique to say the least, a lot of people hae told me its very creepy and have felt chills while reading it.
Snuff Film: everyone has heard of the legendary films that include live on screen murders? well this is just a peek inside of the industry
The Flesh market: this is a lot like the black market, but way more serious and a lot more disturbing
Murderous Confessions of a Gazer: This one is intriguing as much as this is creepy, a must read that leaves you begging for more.
Barbie doll: this one just made me lose faith in humanity, a combonation of just flat out sick and horrific

nessa-doll:

50 creepy stories I absolutely loved!

  • Ritual Stories (WARNING: please do not try)

Tunnels: A ritual that is very easy to preform, and makes you very curious

The Staircase Ritual: Think you have evil spirits in your house? This is for you! Warning: Side effects of completing this ritual include possession, angry spirits and death! All for the low low price of your sanity!

The Devil’s Game: Very interesting, actually, it makes you want to do it, but at the same time be terrified to even think about it

11 Miles: for those who want something, whatever it may be, you can get it with this complex method

Lets Play a Game: This one is probably the safest out of all of them, but at the same time, its also extremely unsettling

  • mad scientist (Stories about experiments gone wrong and mad Scientist)

The Harbinger Experiment: This one is actually very good and written in a way that will make you unable to stop reading it. A mad scientist, the occult, and live test subjects all make for a great story

Psychologist: Ever wondered what would happen if we didn’t follow social obligations? Well, it would be something like this…

Russian Sleep Experiment: One of my personal favorites, considering I’ve read it 10 or 20 times and its still not old. Very gripping and the fact that this is very similar to the experiments that once went on makes it that much scarier

 Blood Freezing Experiment: This one was interesting to say the least, it only truly sums up what happens when people try to Play God

Happy Puppet Syndrome: Children are horrendous enough, but when they are genetically mutated shit gets intense

  • Well Known stories

The Rake: despite all of the annoying fan made sequel, this one is actually pretty good, and does creep you out, just be sure you don’t need a good night of sleep for the next morning

The Showers: yes, this is an EXTREMELY long one, but it is wroth the read, very suspenseful

Boothworld Industries: ever wanted someone dead? what if you had to listen to it? What if you had to keep killing people? Would you still want that one person dead?

The House That Death Forgot: ok this is a gross out horror, there is a high level of gore, but it is just low enough to keep it good, and it does have a very original plot line, my only wish was that it didn’t end

1999: this one is extensive, but it is undoubtedly creepy, you may think you know what is going on, but in reality, you don’t have a clue until the end

  • lesser known ones (but still amazing)

Toter’s Maze: ok this was one of the few that generally scared me, giving that paranoid feeling, and the writing style its in only makes it worse

Hands of a Living God: religion can be scary, combine that with a cult and brain washing ministers, it becomes a nightmare 

the Lost Town of Deepwood, Pennsylvania: ok this one has one of the most interesting plot lines ive ever read, it also leaves with an ending impossible to forget

The Chanting in the Woods: you can easily get lost in this one, it is one of those you just have to know whats going on, but you wont until the end

The Thing in the Fields: Warning: this one will terrify you, its like the rake and satan had a baby that decided to 1 up both of them

  • Monsters (spooky and scary beings that are not quite human)

Mr. Trenchfoot: The scary thing about this one is that the more you think about it the more real it seems, a must read indeed

The thing that Stalks the Fields: this one at first screamed “TERRIFYING” but is now stll that, times ten. One of the best ones in my opinion

The Crawlspace: hope you don’t plan on using a bathroom, traveling, opening doors, or even sleeping anytime soon

Through the Trees (SeedEater): well if this monster doesn’t sound like one of the most ominous thins you’ve ever heard of, you are lying

Masterpiece: its stories like these that make me wonder why I like to read scary stories, as it actually had me cowering under the covers thinking that that would somehow protect me

  • Ones that really make you think

Why babies are born screaming: the great question of life has been answered, but at the same time it terrified me

Good’s Diner: I like the idea behind this, and the writing just executed it perfectly

The Price of Freedom: this is was either written by someone tripping out, or a genius

Autopsy: This one really got to me, and I still think about it often, its one that wont leave you

St. Purgatory: this one really is sad, but at the same times makes you think “is death like this”

  • Ones that will have you on the edge of your seat

The House with Painted Doors: once again, this just makes me think children serve no purpose but to creep us out and to home unholy entities

Stubb’s Clubhouse: this was one of the first that I read, but it did definitely raise my love of murderous clowns

A Game of Flashlight Tag: when I first read this I thought to myself that is was extremely boring, but a few paragraphs in and I was emotionally invested.

Pit: this is definitely one where all you can think is “what the hell kind of twisted mind can come up with this?”

The No End House: This one will have you sitting there and freaking out through the entire thing, and then when you are relieved, it t will backstab you and make you have a wave of emotions

  • Quick Reads:

Candy: never going to see the Easter bunny the same way again

Behind closed doors: this one is short, but it does have one of the biggest plot twist ive ever read:

White Bridge: just flat out creepy,it stars kind of peaceful turns really fast into a horror

What I forgot: more sad, but does make you think what the apocalypse might very well contain

The crayon: wow, this one just made my heart drop, but at the same time was very eerie

  • Really shitty ones (but hey, its kind of amusing)

Jeff the Killer: yes a 12 year old can overpower parents and three 16 year olds, kids can legally stab others and bleach them, the concept was good, but executed in a terrible way

A Halloween to Remember: poor writing, no plot, it was an adventure

Abandoned Servers: this one is a true shitpasta, I don’t think it can get any worse

The Midnight Man Challenge: definitely angsty thirteen year old girl writing, most likely emo and wants a boyfriend

Bloodthirsty: just as I thought it couldn’t get any worse than abandoned servers, this one came, being the worst ive ever read (rob dyke has a fantastic reading of it)

  • Bonus Stories (some I found amazing but either didn’t fit into any list or the list they would go in was comepletely filled)

By the Edge of the Water: a cult story that is unique to say the least, a lot of people hae told me its very creepy and have felt chills while reading it.

Snuff Film: everyone has heard of the legendary films that include live on screen murders? well this is just a peek inside of the industry

The Flesh market: this is a lot like the black market, but way more serious and a lot more disturbing

Murderous Confessions of a Gazer: This one is intriguing as much as this is creepy, a must read that leaves you begging for more.

Barbie doll: this one just made me lose faith in humanity, a combonation of just flat out sick and horrific


September 19th 2014
werinet-scarlet:

Beautiful ♥

werinet-scarlet:

Beautiful ♥


September 19th 2014
I tell my students, ‘When you get these jobs that you have been so brilliantly trained for, just remember that your real job is that if you are free, you need to free somebody else. If you have some power, then your job is to empower somebody else. This is not just a grab-bag candy game.’

September 19th 2014

sixpenceee:

Witch Photography by Christopher Mckenney

Nightmare Photography

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