Real-Life Weaboo

F/20/TX, USA

The fandom/reblog blog of a young adult. There shall be porn, so beware.

bikenesmith:

im really tired of europeans on here reblogging posts about racism in america and adding shocked disapproving comments like “get it together america lol” as if there isn’t an enormous amount of racism in europe and as if it wasn’t the europeans that first colonized the new world that planted the seed of racism in north america

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stephank:

This is an article worthy of the NY Post, apparently. (Article)
If you REALLY need to see the article, it’s right up there, but I’d recommend not giving them the pagehits if you can avoid it. That would just give them more reason to write articles like this.
This is the gist: “I like getting catcalled, and actively seek out that kind of attention. Don’t judge me!”And she shouldn’t be judged for liking attention and being upfront about it, that’s her prerogative. Let’s be real, most people like to get attention in some form or another. But she’s saying that because she enjoys being catcalled, every other woman in the world who doesn’t like it should just shut up and take it. That’s kinda messed up. More than “kinda,” in fact.
To be clear; I’m not a woman. I’m a straight white dude, basically a supervillain on some parts of Tumblr. However, it’s still important to me that people get treated with a base amount of respect, and that means treating people in a way they’re comfortable being treated. Becoming an object for men to hoot and holler at is something many women have been outspoken about not enjoying. In fact, it makes many women feel unsafe. Telling them to “deal with it” is wrong.
Any ladies wanna chime in on how they feel about this?
(P.S. Please avoid any Tumblr-isms like wishing death or worse on the author.)

stephank:

This is an article worthy of the NY Post, apparently. (Article)

If you REALLY need to see the article, it’s right up there, but I’d recommend not giving them the pagehits if you can avoid it. That would just give them more reason to write articles like this.

This is the gist: “I like getting catcalled, and actively seek out that kind of attention. Don’t judge me!”

And she shouldn’t be judged for liking attention and being upfront about it, that’s her prerogative. Let’s be real, most people like to get attention in some form or another. But she’s saying that because she enjoys being catcalled, every other woman in the world who doesn’t like it should just shut up and take it. That’s kinda messed up. More than “kinda,” in fact.

To be clear; I’m not a woman. I’m a straight white dude, basically a supervillain on some parts of Tumblr. However, it’s still important to me that people get treated with a base amount of respect, and that means treating people in a way they’re comfortable being treated. Becoming an object for men to hoot and holler at is something many women have been outspoken about not enjoying. In fact, it makes many women feel unsafe. Telling them to “deal with it” is wrong.

Any ladies wanna chime in on how they feel about this?

(P.S. Please avoid any Tumblr-isms like wishing death or worse on the author.)

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captainarlert:

kohpai:

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we all knew it was coming

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fawun:

flowurdust:

drowningxlessons:

livers:

GIRLS AGAINST CAT CALLING 2014

this is tight

omg i swear i reblog this every week

Yaaas

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where are the notes this is beautiful

the mobile version is amazing, click on it

This is amazing

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mdthwomp:

Unfriendly reminder that in America it’s reasonable to say an unarmed black kid deserved to be shot six times because he might have robbed a convenience store, but a white kid shouldn’t be kicked off the high school football team just because he violently raped a girl.

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  • Makoto: You remember Kisumi, right?
  • Haruka: *war flashbacks*

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flewor:

why are people so scared to eat their own cum? what are you afraid of?

The lord

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perfectxmystery:

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when you realize your adult decision has unforeseen consequences:

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Kisumi Shigino | Free! ES 8

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