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Sometimes I post super NSFW porn on the wrong blog. Sometimes it was meant to demonstrate a concept to my gay porn companies brainstorm blog and sometimes it wasn’t. Either way consider yourselves lucky and consider this a permanently NSFW blog from here out

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homohustle:

jotarokujo:

what if the new animal species we discover each year are actually being dropped off by aliens? like they have an over abundance of yeti crabs or something and so they brought some to earth because they knew we’d get a kick out of this

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This is the cutest conspiracy theory I’ve ever heard

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no I mean I want to fuck you

Asked by Anonymous

Whats funny is girls who wouldn’t bat an eye at “fuck you” will demand castration for adding “I want to.” Kids these daysss

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fuck you

Asked by Anonymous

Yeah! Rawrrr! Doesn’t that feel good?

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Zoom Boy my blog has been gross today. Here’s something pretty 

Boy my blog has been gross today. Here’s something pretty 

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As a linguistic and English major you have to understand that their is power in words, specifically the use of the word pussy and the lack of effort in trying to use or even understand that some people have different sexual identities and prefer different pronouns. "Pussy" May be a word that you like but do understand that it is a misogynistic term used to show that women are inferior and "weaker"

Asked by yesisaidfuckyoupayme

Jesus I obviously understand that, I am deliberately ignoring, not ignorant to it. Pussy isn’t a pronoun, neither is dick, it doesn’t matter what gender you are. I lived in Montreal for a couple years and half their swearwords are religious in nature, but their use has nothing to do with the objects they name. If I call someone an asshole I’m not shaming the orifice, it’s just a word that has come to mean certain things when used to describe a person- an asshole is subtly different than a jerk (male masturbation shaming?) or a dumbass (check your intellectual privilege dude). Regardless of the words origins (as mysterious as those are) I mean exactly what I meant to say when I use “pussy,” I like the way the ss’s hiss, I like the way I can throw my scorn into that first syllable. It’s practically an onomatopoeia! I like it, and until I find a similarly satisfying word for the same usage I have no plans to give it up. I’d rather disarm a word by defusing it’s ability to affect me than live in fear of hearing it and telling other people what sounds they’re allowed to make with their mouth.

When it comes down to it, I feel like all of this is irrelevant because we’re talking about a swearword. It’s intended to offend, and it did. I guess I win!

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i dont agree with what you said to zubat. you shouldnt be sexualizing someone just cuz they post pics of themselves that make themselves happy

Asked by Anonymous

zubat:

plundr:

If its just to make themselves happy why do they need to show other people? She didn’t post my response to her response, which Im taking as her being unable to come up with a good way to deny it. Its ok to want sexual attention, and even if its not ok its still normal to be a brat and want to have your cake and eat it too. She wants the compliments but doesnt want to take the risk of hearing something that might upset her. It just means she needs to grow up more and stop making excuses for vanity and well, weakness. The same weakness of an artist who wants to hang their painting in a gallery but gets upset if anyone says something they don’t like. Im not talking about men and women, Im just talking about life. She’s being a pussy so bullies will target her

  1. You obviously visited my blog in order to send me your original message. My “ask” link is right below where I clarified using they/them pronouns when addressing me. So you are misgendering me by using she/her pronouns.
  2. You said I didn’t post your response to my response, but there isn’t a single message in my inbox from you replying to me. So please try again.
  3. You are also using the word “pussy”, which is a misogynistic slur, as a pejorative against me in a very weak attempt to insult me.

So besides having the same mentality as a person who defends rapists, you also: misgender people, use misogynistic slurs, and are an overall piece of shit. Now remind me why you believe anyone should take what you have to say or think seriously?

This is exactly what I’m talking about. Yes I used the word pussy, I like it. And I mean exactly what I know my audience will think when I say it- that’s the cool thing about communication and language. I don’t care that there is a part of my body that can also be called that, you’re the one choosing to be offended by it. I think focusing on my vocabulary is an excuse to avoid dealing with what I’m saying. You’re just a poor sport and a natural victim who finds technical reasons to devalue criticism. Somehow in your world of middle ground and acceptance, there is apparently no way to tell you that you need to learn to deal with comments you don’t like without supporting rape. If you can’t handle some people finding you too attractive. Feel attractive without needing to be told by other people. Be confident in your gender, whatever that is, if you can’t handle someone referring to you as something else. We are unique people in way more ways than gender, and spoiler alert: people are probably not going to understand all of it. 

It just seemed like we were headed in a really great direction, lots of people feeling empowered by their differences, accepting of eachothers, and pooling our strengths. And then it tipped over too far and now there’s all these people like you running around abusing people with their dogma to cover their own vanity or weakness. If you want to post pictures post pictures, call yourself whatever you want, but for fucks sake stop throwing a tantrum every time someone says something you don’t like.

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You sicken me.

Asked by Anonymous

And look! It doesn’t bother me! Watch me dismiss what you are saying instead of denying your right to say it! Look at me acknowledging that the things I have been saying could likely incite certain natural reactions in other people that I might find unfavorable. And yet I chose to say them anyway and face the repercussions, instead of demanding I receive only the positive reactions I hoped for on the basis of moral indignation.

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i dont agree with what you said to zubat. you shouldnt be sexualizing someone just cuz they post pics of themselves that make themselves happy

Asked by Anonymous

If its just to make themselves happy why do they need to show other people? She didn’t post my response to her response, which Im taking as her being unable to come up with a good way to deny it. Its ok to want sexual attention, and even if its not ok its still normal to be a brat and want to have your cake and eat it too. She wants the compliments but doesnt want to take the risk of hearing something that might upset her. It just means she needs to grow up more and stop making excuses for vanity and well, weakness. The same weakness of an artist who wants to hang their painting in a gallery but gets upset if anyone says something they don’t like. Im not talking about men and women, Im just talking about life. She’s being a pussy so bullies will target her

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I agree with what you said to zubat. Props for doing it off anon

Asked by Anonymous

I’m just exhausted with this idea that women are holy creatures immune from normal, human faults like vanity and denial. We’ve got a bunch of girls who were maybe teased in school, maybe they were too skinny or maybe they were too fat, but in any case they’ve finally discovered their own attractiveness and want validation. Totally normal, sometimes healthy, but always a risk. You will always risk someone saying something you don’t want to hear- sure they shouldn’t say it, but they might, and if you’re posting nearly naked pictures of yourself those odds go up. This concept applies to everything in life, whether it’s applying for a job, making friends, there’s always a chance you’ll take a risk on the wrong person and you’ll get cut down. That doesn’t mean you should stop taking risks if the benefits outweigh the possible downfall, but you can’t demand that the world never hurts your feelings.

My working metaphor is this: people shouldn’t steal. It’s morally wrong, it hurts people, and we should teach our children not to steal so we live in a safe happy world. But if you get on a subway with $100 sticking out your back pocket and someone steals it- I’m sorry, that’s really awful- but you’re still kind of an idiot. Especially if you knew that $100 was sticking out, and you like the envy and attention that comes with making your wealth visible.

The comparison isn’t perfect, but I’d like to point out that if a guy walked around with our metaphorical $100 sticking out his pocket a girl could choose to be morally offended for seeing it without her consent.

The general concepts we’re working with make sense- consent good, body shame bad, self esteem good, disrespect bad, etc. But now we’ve got a bunch of people who never learned how to stand up to bullies when they were awkward adolescents, so they tucked themselves away from the mean words they couldn’t learn to ignore and became even more sensitive and socially withdrawn, validated by others on tumblr who have chosen to “opt out” of learning how to interact with others. Now they’re hot and fueled with several self-reinforcing pieces of circular logic that protect them from ever being criticized and bathe them in the confidence of a 20 year old who thinks they’ve already figured out the entire world. Whether its praise or punishment, you are the one who decides to let it affect you (because again, we are talking about the INTERNET here). Learning to let the shitty things slide is a life skill, cause one day it’s gonna rain and you can’t tell the sky that it’s being disrespectful of your desire to go to the beach.

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I always thought you looked like Kaya Scodelario (very pretty)

Asked by Anonymous

Aw RAD she’s way cool, I like this anon better

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Holes is a beautiful story and I’d forgotten how much I enjoyed the parts of the movie without Shia Labeouf. 

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