• 22nd April
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youarenotdesi

Asked by: Anonymous

cosmicallycosmopolitan:

funprivilege:

Some people just want to hear me talk shit.

I used to be an admin for them. Long story short, I left with a bang, made a 180 and became an anti-sjw. Now, they kinda don’t like me so much which is sometimes laughable and sometimes depressing. Either way, they would be a great blog if they toned down a little bit on the whole ~*~ our culture is closed ~*~ thing.

Send me a tumblr user and I’ll tell you what I think of them

you should follow her!


Wow, an admin for youarenotdesi who left and turned into an anti-sjw. :)

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adriofthedead:

beggars-opera:

daisura:

animaniacs was ahead of its time

I have to remind myself and the angry fandom side of tumblr about this periodically or this damn website might implode

FUN STORY TIME

Warner Bros. Animation studios was one of the first, if not the first, major media producers to be introduced to, and subsequently effected by, internet “nerd” culture.

Tiny Toon Adventures was on television around the time the internet started to gain popularity, and Warner Bros. found themselves the unwilling targets of various letters and emails from several people in the furry fandom (which, before this point, had been mostly unheard of), requesting naked pictures of Babs Bunny and other characters. One dude in particular sent scores of letters to Tress MacNielle, Babs’ voice actress, describing sexual acts that he wanted to do to the characters she voiced. It became such a problem that Tress began cancelling appearances and soon lost interest in working on Tiny Toons altogether. The show was canceled not long after that.

The man who continually harassed Tress became the inspiration and base model for the “obsessed internet nerd” trope character that would appear at the end of the final episode of Tiny Toons (as “the most frightening thing in the world”), as well as in future shows, such as Animaniacs.

(Source: csillyshow, via araitsume)

  • 21st April
    2014
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I seriously think that telling boys they're going to grow up to be rapists and murderers is a really bad thing. I honestly believe the rhetoric that we have created has exacerbated the problem in the U.S.A..

Asked by: galvanicaura

stoppity:

I agree. It’s a useless educational tool anyway—-teaching men not to rape isn’t going to prevent rapes. Rapists are completely aware of what they are doing and frequently don’t harbor remorse for it—-that’s what distinguishes them as perpetrators of violent crime. We *need* more self-defense programs for women. Teaching men not to rape isn’t going to lessen rape. Teaching people how not to be victims of rape will lessen rape.

As someone who has learned some martial arts, teaching women self-defense really won’t help. Unless you learn the very advanced martial arts then you might have a chance and I’m talking about past the level of black belt. In order to do that you’re going to have to find a teacher that can do that or have a lot of money. Just my experience.

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Is it just me or are fedora 'jokes' becoming a lot more common lately? (not that '*tips fedora* m'lady' is much of a joke. Tumblr has a terrible sense of humour)

Asked by: Anonymous

greekgodsforsocialjustice:

It’s an SJW’s default level one insult.  Usually used when they need to recharge their screaming banshee stamina as fedora jokes use a small amount of SP.

—Dionysus (who really wishes they knew the difference between a fedora and the more commonly worn tribbly.  She has one that when she isn’t wearing it she places it on her SAW doll and it freaks out passerbys)

Where exactly does this stereotype that white people wear fedoras come from? LOL Don’t get me wrong, I’m not offended just a little curious of where it comes from. Being white myself and growing up around everyone else who is white I don’t know anyone personally that wears one. But then again, I don’t know where a lot of racial stereotypes come from. Since everyone I know from those races, don’t do any of those things they’re stereotyped to do.