poppunkkid:

I just wanna cuddle, make out. watch netflix and maybe totally have rough sex

#me 

rupindre:

chickenyaoi:

Hey if you click this you can see what Google knows about you, your age, and your interests, and how they pick ads for you

mine says a female, 18-24, interested in fashion and beauty, so most of my ads are from retailers who specialize in makeup and dresses - so it’s entirely accurate

okay the tags on this post are absolutely golden

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Apparently my main interest is ‘Bedroom’ and know a language other than english? yeah the language of ‘Bedroom’ awwww yeeeaa 


Dear #notallmen,

laureningramwrites:

I’m going to pose a question to you. It’s quite simple really.

Are you a rapist?

I’m assuming the answer is a resounding no, since in response to the tragic mass shooting in California over the weekend you immediately had to remind us all that NOT ALL MEN hate and assault women. In response to a man who hated women so much he went on a shooting spree as ‘retribution’ for them rejecting him, you had to get out and start a hashtag to defend men.

But how sure are you that are one of those men? How sure are you that you’ve never sexually assaulted a woman, whether you meant to or not? Are you 100% sure?

The person who sexually assaulted me has no clue that is what he did. At the time I didn’t even think about the words ‘sexual assault’ in relation to what happened to me. But at the time of the incident, and afterward, I did not want it to be happening. I was 17, had been drinking and he was my boyfriend. I didn’t say no, I just lay there unresponsive, wishing it would stop. I never told anyone what happened.

I doubt he even remembers that night, but I can’t forget it.

The stories are the same for so many women.

From the girl who was worn down so much by the constant manipulation by her boyfriend that she finally said yes, to the woman too drunk to resist, to the mother who only sleeps with her husband out of fear of further abuse.

You could be that man. You may not have meant it, or realised it, but someone could have left a sexual encounter with you feeling assaulted or violated without you ever having known it. It’s possible you actually are #yesallmen.

But then, how do we stop this occurring?

On Sunday night, the feminist writer and speaker Clementine Ford gave a talk at the Australian National University on affirmative consent. She spoke about how consent is discussed in the wrong way, that consent is considered the absence of a no.

The opposite of no isn’t the absence of it being said. The opposite is someone saying yes.

Clementine asked the women in the room to raise their hands if they had ever been verbally abused or harassed in public by men. Almost every woman in the room raised her hand. These men wouldn’t give a second thought to how their catcalls and verbal abuse affects the women subjected to it. They see it as ‘just a bit of fun’ whilst women feel scared and threatened. They have no understanding of the fear associated with

I understand the feeling of needing to defend yourself. You think you’re a good guy. You would never do that.

“I’ve never physically harmed a woman in my life #NotAllMen” - @JustinLyft

“Eliot Rodgers was a lunatic. He would of killed any group that he felt mistreated him #notallmen” - @MikeyManker

“People don’t realize that men hate rapists as much as women do. Like even other prisoners hate them, so not all men are the problem.” - @bloomsburgprep

Redefine your definition of rape. Rape isn’t always physically violence. Women aren’t always attacked in the street and left bruised. Sexual assault is where there is an absence of consent. How many times have you had that absence of a no?

So think about it now. How sure are you that you’re not a rapist?

90%? 80%? Less?

Lauren

I would like to add here before Loz gets a flurry of “how dare you, I would never do that!” That what is being pointed out is for you to sit back and think. You may not have, four for you, but maybe you have and if this gets you at least thinking about the possibility it may make you think more the next time you are with a partner. 

My rapist thinks it was all fine. I was strangled to the point of not being able to breath as he forced himself on me ‘just rough sex’ in his mind. I was scared for my life. I played along. I said everything to keep him calm and get the fuck out of there. I had to fake a seizure and beg him to give me my phone to call my mother to pick me up, reassuring him “no it’s not you, I just need my medication.” This took 30 mins to convince him. He kept saying things like “why can’t you just sleep it off? aren’t your meds here? It’s late, you can’t leave” He even ‘offered’ to struggle me during sex again as it made me “moan and thrash around in ecstasy” so much it would take my mind of being ill. Those ‘moans’ was me trying to breath, the ‘thrashing’ was me desperately trying to push him off me. 

He hugged me as I got in the car. I cried the whole way home. That is the last I spoke to him. 

I never reported it, so sure that nothing would happen because he thinks my attempts to ‘reassure’ him was consent. That the courts would see it from his perspective. That he would say “we even hugged goodbye, who hugs a rapist?” 

I am sure he has no idea the fear he has instilled in me. Rape isn’t always the scary masked man jumping out from the bushes and preying on women in the dead of night, it’s high time we realise this. 

So i repeat the question

Are you sure you’re not a rapist? 


yourehidingfrommenow:

domdean:

cuntakinte:

I hate playing “never have I ever” because I’m a fucking slut

I hate playing “never have I ever” because I’m a fucking virgin

you will never know which of these two statements reign true for people who reblogs this and that bothers me

*whispers* I’m not a slut but I get perceived as one every time I play..

which is why it’s my favourite drinking game; the looks on everyones faces as I shamelessly drink to my every freaky, kinky, fucking awesome orgasm is totally worth it

..sorry about it. 

#lol  #me 

imperfect000000:

When you wake up and get your period and you’re like “oh that’s why I was crying uncontrollably last night over a jelly bean”

#lol  #me 

sternfather:

i want to be slutty but only with one person u feel me

#me 

I strive to be Cameron in my future relationship 


nishlo:

*sees a pic of a skinny person* *inspired for 11 seconds*

#me 

euo:

"Why should I even make the bed, or wash the dishes? I do them, but why should I? I’m alone."
Requiem for a Dream (2000) dir. Darren Aronofsky

euo:

"Why should I even make the bed, or wash the dishes? I do them, but why should I? I’m alone."

Requiem for a Dream (2000) dir. Darren Aronofsky


"fuck it’s cold"
— australians right now (via hallelujah-youngandloaded)
#legit  #me