1. fluthermucken-the-fluffasaurus:

    mackenziechance:

    eee-in:

    forthosewhowilllisten:

    fluthermucken-the-muffin-man:

    But yea, those darned men and their spread legs are oppressing you.

    When I would use the bus in high school, I would do this because I didn’t want some creep sitting next to me. That’s something both my parents taught me to do; always sit by yourself unless you have a friend with you. It’s not being a “seat hog,” it’s being safe. And if you’re really going to get that anal about it then just ask them to put the bag down.

    So your parents taught you to be a complete asshole? 

    If you don’t move your purse out of the way i’ll move it for you and trust me I’ve had to do it many times on the busses in my city

    They’re usually pretty packed and usually there’s girls who just blatantly take up the seat next to them with their giant ass purses and when you ask them if you could sit down they look at you like you like  ”ewww god gross go away” and shake their head and then that’s  usually when I just sit down anyways or move their bags for them, because there’s no way I’m paying 2.55 to stand for half an hour on my way to work you rude ass bitch

    As a male, this is not a fuckin problem.
    Sorry, but guys spreading their legs SO wide that other people (mostly women) have to take up less space is ruder than someone putting their bag down.
    If you ask them nicely and they refuse to move it, then that’s rude.
    But the casual rudeness lf taking up three times as much space, and ASSUMING you should just be allowed to is the fuckin worst.

    PS- s/o to you calling that commenter a bitch and proving your assholery.

    So tell me, how many asses to you lick daily to spew that shit?

    So again, that is the actual belief women are entitled to do so, but men are asses for doing so.

    Does it ever occur to anyone to ask these men to, oh I don’t know, do the same and close their legs?

    No? Cuz they usually do it. Especially when they see there’s limited sitting room.

    (via sjwhypocrisy)

     
  2. New Ys is looking beautiful.

     
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  4. queerhawkeye:

    theultradork:

    queerhawkeye:

    theultradork reblogged your post anonymous said:

    Hi there. I’d like to point something out to you that you have very, very wrong, and that’s this:

    Electro was not a mentally stable white man, nor was he made unstable simply because he was black.

    Max Dillon has always been a very unstable and violent man, prone to temper tantrums and fits of rage. He’s also had a very rough and abusive past, from friends, family, and authority, as seen here.”

    lmao, a violent and and self-centered white dude who thinks that because he had a shit personality and no one liked him, he deserves to take revenge on the world??? who, by the way, did have a sheltered youth [x] but was never abused??? come on, i had a shit personality and no one liked me, that didn’t make me violent and obsessive. white men are socialized to think they deserve the world, then turn violent when they don’t magically get it. that is not mental illness.

    and you can’t compare 616!electro’s ””’disorder””’, if you want to call it that, which is basically the same excuse they use whenever a white dude commits an act of violence or terrorism; to what they did to tasm!electro. one was an act of racism, ableism and specially anti-blackness, the other is a very realistic portrayal of your average white dude. 

    >only problematic because he’s black despite the original point being that he wasn’t like this as a white man
    >ignoring the clear emotional abuse the man suffered
    >average white dude

    It’s funny how you mention racism…

    lmao, it’s problematic because tasm!max is clearly meant to be read as schizophrenic, while 616 or 1610! max are angry narcissists with an endless hunger for power. if you read the original post at all, you’ll understand why making a black man schizophrenic and then showing him as a villain and institutionalizing him is racist. 

    emotional abuse doesn’t justify shit. being sheltered doesn’t equate being abused; having no friends because your personality sucks doesn’t equate being abused; a girlfriend dumping your ass because you are a loser doesn’t equate being abused; and even if they did, THAT DOESN’T JUSTIFY SHIT. ABUSE VICTIMS DON’T MAGICALLY GROW UP INTO ABUSERS. THE ONLY PEOPLE WHO GET FORGIVENESS FOR BEING ABUSED ARE WHITE MEN. ABUSE DOESN’T JUSTIFY SHIT.

    funny how you can’t be racist against white people…

    "funny how you can’t be racist against white people…”

    Oh, you’re one of those. Racists who think they get a free pass because they hate the right color of skin.

    That being said, no one said it was an excuse. Holy jeez, that is literally you entire contention? That an accurate depiction of Electro is racist because he’s black?

    And yes, that IS an accurate depiction of Electro. Or did you just overlook all that actual comic evidence I handed you in favor of looking on a wiki? Just in case, here it is again.

    Yeah, seeing the faces, hearing what they told you again, that’s not a healthy state of mind. Max is mentally unwell, no matter what his skin color is. Furthermore, “not having friends because your personality sucks”? Kid had a nervous stutter and crippling shyness on top of his mother rarely, if ever, letting him interact with other children, THEN telling him he’d never make anything of himself due to personality disorders she made damn sure he had when he reached adulthood.

    Again, you are seeing only what you want to see here. It’s amusing how badly you so want this to fit your agenda.

    I mean, it’s not like Jamie Foxx made suggestions or had input on how the character should be himself or anythingoh wait.

    Cripes, next you’ll call the fire hose racist too…

     

  5. queerhawkeye:

    theultradork reblogged your post anonymous said:

    Hi there. I’d like to point something out to you that you have very, very wrong, and that’s this:

    Electro was not a mentally stable white man, nor was he made unstable simply because he was black.

    Max Dillon has always been a very unstable and violent man, prone to temper tantrums and fits of rage. He’s also had a very rough and abusive past, from friends, family, and authority, as seen here.”

    lmao, a violent and and self-centered white dude who thinks that because he had a shit personality and no one liked him, he deserves to take revenge on the world??? who, by the way, did have a sheltered youth [x] but was never abused??? come on, i had a shit personality and no one liked me, that didn’t make me violent and obsessive. white men are socialized to think they deserve the world, then turn violent when they don’t magically get it. that is not mental illness.

    and you can’t compare 616!electro’s ””’disorder””’, if you want to call it that, which is basically the same excuse they use whenever a white dude commits an act of violence or terrorism; to what they did to tasm!electro. one was an act of racism, ableism and specially anti-blackness, the other is a very realistic portrayal of your average white dude. 

    >only problematic because he’s black despite the original point being that he wasn’t like this as a white man
    >ignoring the clear emotional abuse the man suffered
    >average white dude

    It’s funny how you mention racism…

    It’s also funny how you removed blatant and contextual evidence.

     
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  7. That bear needs counseling.

     
  8. This is frigging ridiculous…

     

  9. Anonymous said: both of you are really really pretty :)

    ask-maka-and-tsubaki:

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    ADSFKKJNWJKJCKJNKCQWXJDMLKCNO3EU!!!!!!! really do you think so that’s so sweet. you make us blush. please be our friend forever.

    I concur with the anon.

     
  10. sjwhypocrisy:

    Aang deals with cultural appropriation - (x)

    As usual, we have an sjw post full of notes and an inability to tell the whole story. I mean, why mention something that could invalidate your post in the first place?

    You forgot, OP, to mention that Aang got mad and was at a time in his mentality where he thought that the four nations should remain seperate and should not mix. (That’s racist/nationalist, remember?) It was Katara who had to remind him that, if that were true, they couldn’t be together.

    Aang later realizes that he was wrong and being fucking selfish. And guess what? He goes on to not only accept them, but also go as far as welcoming them into his culture and teach them about it.

    Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Promise 3 Page 75

    (Source: faineemae, via smallworldofbigal)

     

  11. Persona 5 on PS4.

    And Ys.

    And Dragon Quest.

    And the Vita got a lot of love too!

    …I am almost in tears.

     
  12. draumbouy:

    kaiserwilhelmthesecond:

    notallfeminists:

    draumbouy:

    neo-sigma:

    imperivs:

    oatmeal:

    I drew Spider-Man like the new Spider-Woman.

    Ladies and gentlemen: this

    I’m a woman and I think the one on the bottom looks absolutely terrifying.

    I don’t see the point the author is trying to make. Is it the bad anatomy or the supposed objectifying? His mouth looks like a prolapsed rectum.

    if oatmeal had pulled their head out of their ass for half a second and done a google search they would know that this happens to spiderman all the fucking time.

    i mean come on dude you didnt event try at all. you were too busy trying to make this about female objectification that you forgot that THEY HAVE FUCKING SPIDER POWERS. THEY ARE SUPPOED TO CRAWL AROUND ON ALL FOURS AND ACT SPIDERY AND SHIT.

    i swear man yall will raise a fuss about anything. no matter how stupid it is. can you imagine if people whined this way about men? 

    Research? Fuck no! 

    Hopping on the “sexual objectification” bandwagon? Fuck yes! 

    Fair enough- but spider man/woman is one superhero. What about the rest? Te females stand around and look sexy while their male counterparts get to lay down the fucking law. What is this supposed shit? Nobody is talking about this.

    bruh

    look

    at 

    all

    these

    super

    ladies

    just

    standing

    around.

    (via fucknodumblr)

     

  13. Anonymous said: i've been waiting to watch tasm2 but i just saw your post about it being racist and now im just ehhhh probably not worth it. but can you explain why it's racist bc i haven't seen anyone else talk about it. thanks!

    theultradork:

    queerhawkeye:

    hey baby! so, this is gonna be a huge huge spoiler, and this comes from a white girl living in south america, so what i’m telling you is repeating what other people have taught me: 

    there is only one named, visible character of color in the entire movie. if you squint, you might see a few brown faces in the background, but the only named, visible character of color is max dillon, a.k.a. electro.

    max is, in the comics, and in every animated adaptation up to this moment, a white, mentally able man who really, really enjoys being bad. some gangster who got superpowers and couldn’t have been happier about it. a complete asshole, but not a problematic character. max, in the movie, is a mentally ill black man. not any mentally ill black man, but specifically a schizophrenic black man.

    and, i didn’t know this until a while ago because, of course, racial politics change from country to country, but this is a movie written and produced in the united states, with a story happening in the united states; so we need to specially look into what is the relation between schizophrenia and black men in the states’ history. and what do we find when we look into this? that schizophrenia was specifically re-defined during the 60s to invalidate and institutionalize rebellious black men. [for a more extensive read: xschizophrenia was re-defined to mean obsession (with their cause, with this idea of a rebellion, with the idea that they deserved more than they had), violence (so that black men who joined any militancy for their rights would be seen as ill and out of control) and paranoia (because these black men blamed the white man of their troubles and thought they had somehow been wronged, and that was obviously a delusion, right?).

    max dillon starts the movie obsessed with being recognized for his work and obsessed with peter. then, when he gets in an accident and becomes electro, he becomes violent and tries to seek revenge in the (white) men who stole his work, and on spiderman for not recognizing him. he is institutionalized, and during the whole movie we can hear the ‘voices in his head’ telling him how he was wronged, and robbed, and needs to get his vendetta. he dies at the end of the movie, while the white villain continues to live. 

    this movie also lacks in female representation, and is terribly ableist not only towards mentally ill people, but towards physically ill people with chronic illnesses. it’s a giant pile of shit, and i really, really suggest you rewatch spider-man 3 and laugh at how terrible that one was instead of growing as bitter and angry as i did after tasm2. 

    Hi there. I’d like to point something out to you that you have very, very wrong, and that’s this:

    Electro was not a mentally stable white man, nor was he made unstable simply because he was black.

    Max Dillon has always been a very unstable and violent man, prone to temper tantrums and fits of rage. He’s also had a very rough and abusive past, from friends, family, and authority, as seen here.
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    As you can see, even this “white man” was often overlooked, sheltered, mocked by his peers whenever he was noticed, as it was in the movie when Mr. Smythe would single him out just to make his day harder, for kicks.

    Electro also had a very unhealthy fixation on his own past, and an OBSESSION with never being a nobody or being made to feel small again.
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    So no, I’m sorry. These are NOT changes they just magically made when they turned him into a black man. And it’s actually the single-most accurate representation of who Max Dillon is.

     

  14. Anonymous said: Do you have a religion?

    I do.

    Tagged #Anonymous
     

  15. haleywatson1997 said: Not really a question. Just wanted to point out that Danny is the name of the kid in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Original Movie. You probably knew that, being theultradork.

    I did indeed know that.