if im from germoney why don't i have any germony
just come here to germoney and you can throw money at gymnasts
trying to use your brand new dildo without lube? that’s a dildon’t
Marcel Nguyen from Germany’s gymnastics team
(Source : dangervvank)
One thing that I find so hypocritical on this website is how (many) people will relentlessly argue about the common misconception that feminism is equal to misandry, and I cannot doubt that the people who believe such need to be corrected lest the mentality spread.
However, what I find on here is that any kind of veganism is written off as being for “fanatics” only and “THOSE” kinds of people exclusively. The ever so popular post talking about “how to find a vegan at a party” is so petty it makes my eyes want to bleed whenever I read it.
How can you make such a clear distinction between what people believe in, and how can you yourself determine what should be believed in and what should be discounted? Sorry, but there ARE people who don’t think that it is morally right to consume animals nor their by-products—this is an ethical choice! Why are the people who believe in such a thing decoupled, provoked, laughed at, and harassed online?
I draw the connection between feminism, and I do so very very tentatively, lest I be clubbed to death by those offended by this great leap (and I am sorry, but it is the best parallel that I have up my sleeve at the moment), because I can see so many similarities that people write off as others fighting for a cause.
I don’t care what your stance is regarding this, because it is more or less an opinion and I will not disclose mine and I hope not to be screamed at for it. Both feminism and veganism are people fighting for a cause; yes, for two very different things, but both call into question a being’s rights.
There are radicals in every movement, I just don’t like how angrily people react to the vegans here. HERE, I say, because the situation can be flipped depending on where you go in the world. HERE meaning Tumblr.
It is as if one is lesser than another, one is more harmful than another, or that the other cause does not matter at all.
If I was constantly being poked fun at, my cause being degraded by people online (and famously, I might add! Some of these stupid “jokes” about vegans get far too many notes), and if people made attacks on what morals I favour over others—I’d be a little bit mad, too.
It isn’t fair what some of you do here, and this is something that seems to slip under the radar—I don’t know why. It bothers me greatly. I have so many friends who care so much about animal rights, and the ethical treatment of them. It’s unnerving to see how something like misandry can be put on this pedestal as something that’s okay to pine for, but something like radical veganism is something to be spat on.
I’m a very liberal-minded person, and I wouldn’t wish myself a radical in most things, if I can even go so far as to equate radical feminism to misandry (I will say that for the purpose of what I have written, we are to assume that at least some radicals are such), but I just don’t understand this mindset. I don’t want to, either. I just think that it should stop. I just think degradation of anybody should stop.
This shouldn’t even be a question.
This should just be something that we already know. Making fun of people, apparently, isn’t lost in primary, I suppose.
when u break up with ur first love all u gotta do is be like miley cyrus and wear some weird clothes and twerk all over the place
i did this and it is guaranteed to twerk
i mean to werk
Jeffree Star Cosmetics.
(Source : gaymetal)