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  2. karoroad:

this just may be the best gif ever


    this just may be the best gif ever

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  3. my own yesallwomen.

    When I was little (maybe five?), a beloved family member was babysitting me and “needed” to see if I was wearing underwear to bed. He lifted my blanket and my nightgown to make sure I wasn’t. He killed himself years later. When I was 10, I went to my neighbor’s house and her uncle invited us up to the attic where he was working. We went up there and he was naked. He asked us to stay and “help”, whatever the fuck that meant. I did not stay. When I was in sixth grade at Lutheran Education Camp (w t f), the music director who doubled as a chaperone put his hand right between my legs as we trailed behind the rest of the group. I still remember his face and his dumb “Oops!” expression. I ran ahead and never mentioned it to anyone. In high school, the number of guys who put my hands down their pants or exposed themselves to me or gave me vulgar nicknames was way too high. My 40 year old art teacher had an ongoing affair with a 15 year old friend of mine. We found out after that he’d had relationships with teenagers at two previous Lutheran high schools as well. When I was 14, my cousin’s friend brought me into his garage to show me something, locked the door, and shoved me against the car while he tried pulling my jeans off. When I told him I didn’t want to have sex with him and that I was a virgin, he told me to bend over. He’d do something “different”. College… give me a break. I was flat-out raped by a guy that I had a huge crush on and when I came back to my dorm room with a bite mark on my face, my roommate told me that I’d probably given him the wrong idea. And because I’d had sex with other guys on campus, what was he to think of me? I cried and stayed under my covers for days. Eventually I drank my way out of college. At one post-college summer job, I was driven out to an abandoned field and told that I was so pretty, my boss couldn’t stand to be around me and that he had to have me. So flattering when you’re 19 and intimidated. As the story commonly goes, I thought I was special and I was not. I’ve been catcalled and called a “fat bitch” when I don’t respond. I’ve been told that “no man will want me if…” I am fat, I cut my hair, I don’t sit “like a lady”, I dress “that way”, I act too smart, I act too dumb, if I remain picky. When a man told my mom that I ought to be kept on a leash with a mouth like mine, and I became angry, my mom told me to be nice. To the man who insinuated that I should be leashed like an animal. I’ve been groped in bars, heard the guys I’m with called chubby chasers, told that I’d be hot if I wasn’t fat, talked down to by my misogynist boss, by men in my industry that still don’t believe there’s a place for women in the funeral business.

    Overall, I am surrounded by wonderfully supportive people who wouldn’t dream of knocking me down. My friends are raising daughters who are strong and creative and brilliant and sons who will respect everyone regardless of race or gender or social status. As I read these #yesallwomen tweets and stories, I am sad that other people have gone through the same bullshit I’ve gone through. I hope that the two little girls that belong to my boyfriend are treated well and equal throughout their lives. And that they do the same to others.

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  5. Female Comic: Being a woman is kind of a nightmare sometimes!

    The General Public: *crickets*

    Louis CK: Being a woman is kind of a nightmare sometimes!

    The General Public: *standing ovation* *balloons drop from ceiling* *Louis CK elected President of Comedy* Hahaha that is SO TRUE! I'm so glad this guy gets it! Have you heard his bit about how it's ok to say faggot?

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  8. ermahhgerd:

Sleepy girl. Just messing around with the new flash. It’s different, to be sure.


    Sleepy girl. Just messing around with the new flash. It’s different, to be sure.

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