Rather taken with someone who discusses Palestine/Israel at the breakfast table.
You're staring down the barrel of my queue.
Expect impressionist details and a focus on females. It's a bit of a jumble although somewhat orderly. Perhaps it's all sometimes a little bit NSFW. Maybe.
Draw your own conclusions
"I’m learning to be more careful with my words. Words that seem meaningless at the time can end up having a lot of power. Seeds that you didn’t even intend to plant can fall off you and start growing in people."
"Now that homosexuality is going mainstream, the homos are feeling a lot of pressure to fit into the hetero mold. Somehow, embracing the established norms of monogamy and legal marriage makes us feel ‘more equal.’ We’re having to ask ourselves— just because it’s available, should we conform?"
Once again, cis white guy knows best.
One of my required sources for this MMR/Autism deal is an organisation in which ‘some people are members because they have vaccine-damaged children’.
I’ve not been sleeping properly this week so am I just struggling with the bolded phrase, or is it intensely ableist?
Josh Hutcherson is a motherfucking genius.
While I understand the sentiment here, I really don’t appreciate cis straight dudes invalidating people’s self-chosen labels. I LIKE knowing I’m bisexual. I LIKE having that label, because that label comes with community and validation that what I am isn’t just “weird” or “broken” but rather a shared experience.
I feel like this is the sexual orientation version of the “race doesn’t matter, I’m colorblind!” And that’s pretty problematic
I think this is a positive message being told by a straight white male and thus angering a community that is just looking for shit to get mad about. I don’t think he’s talking about labels as much as he’s talking about the societal view of being gay, lesbian, anything that isn’t heterosexual, and looking past it.
That being said, by no means would I ever call this man a genius for that statement. It takes literally 30 seconds of left-wing thought process to come up with an idea as rudimentary as the one he talks about.
Then again, what do I know, I’m just a straight white male with an Internet connection.
Famous cis straight white guy: says something well-meaning but problematic
LGBTQIAP+ people: calmly express that this well-meant sentiment isn’t actually all that good and has flaws
OTHER cis straight white guy: tells LGBTQIAP+ people that they “just want to be mad”, tries to explain away those critisisms, and then blows off the fact that he clearly shouldn’t be trying to talk over people who have real life experience with this shit.
Cis straight dudes are exhausting. Seriously.
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More inclusive for the entire queer community
(Hutcherson, Macklemore, Neil Patrick Harris, Perez Hilton)
- white man: well, if male privilege and white privilege exist, then how come my life isn't perfect? checkmate
[calmly sets my hands on your shoulders] [smiles at you charmingly and looks into your eyes]
you’re not in third grade anymore, it’s time to accept that opinions can be misinformed, uneducated, and wrong.
One of the big issues in the MMR research I’ve been doing is that a lot of studies don’t differentiate between unvaccinated and undervaccinated children.
And then you have this gem (the second link is for those who can’t get access to the first). Admittedly, it uses data from 2001 and is very US-specific, but it highlights that undervaccinated children tend to black and living below the poverty line while unvaccinated children tend to be white with a household income of $75,000.
So if you’re saying that you refuse to vaccinate your children on principle, you’re shitting your privilege all over people who can’t afford that luxury
If you’re taking reading Public Health then spoiler alert: you’ll have to make forays into political science papers
So don’t snapchat me “omg pols is so dry” as you go over slide notes.
parents who vaccinate their children without their consent are terrible parents, no exceptions.
parents who let their children die of completely preventable diseases because they think 8 year olds are capable of making their own medical decisions are terrible parents. no exceptions
and who allow their children to expose immunocompromised people who CAN’T get vaccinated to these diseases are super shitty. no exceptions
Children can not consent. Vaccination saves lives. Responsible parenting includes proper medical care including vaccination whenever possible. No. Exceptions.
Parents who change their children’s nappies without their consent to be touched are terrible parents, no exceptions.
Parents who choose their children’s education without their consent are terrible parents, no exceptions.
Parents who dictate their children’s diet without their consent are terrible parents, no exceptions.
Parents who try to resuscitate their children - without their consent -when they get encephalitis from mumps/measles complications are terrible parents.
At what level is your argument not unutterably ridiculous?
"i wish stupid people didn’t reproduce" is how the liberal expresses their yearning for eugenics in a socially acceptable way and it’s not cool to ever let them off the hook for that
also, “people should have to take an intelligence test to vote”
Apparently forgetting that that’s already been done and it was terrible and racist as fuck.
Wrap your bullshit up in a diaper and put it in a bin not my ask box
I swear this is the best one yet…
Lmao !! This is the most messed up conspiracy I’ve ever heard