Anonymous said: Yeah, unfortunately though some women who have killed their rapists have done jail time because of it ._.

Ew, that’s pretty gross.

Wouldn’t stop me though.

stop being afraid of men

faglick:

cleansethehumans:

cut them

cut their dicks off

whenever I see women talking about how scary men are as part as feminism I legit want to punch them

why are you feeding their egos and feelings of superiority over women?

I am not afraid of men.

When I walk outside at night by myself I am not anymore worried about being raped than I am being robbed - I’m more concerned with being robbed actually because it’s what is more likely.

That’s why my fingers twist around the pepper spray in my pocket

or why I have pocket knives

or why I’m going to buy a gun

I’m not afraid of men

try to run up on me motherfucker try it

I don’t believe we should be teaching our girls to be afraid of being raped. That’s a terrible thing.

Teach them to fight. Teach them to kill rapist scum.

If a man ever tried to rape me I would take the opportunity to kill him. I am not kidding.

You sound crazy tbh

You sound like you’re just waiting to physically harm someone

Its like you’re so into the idea of hurting men that you just cant fucking wait

As if you would jump at the chance to attack a man

Pretty fucked up tbh

I would rather avoid unnecessary danger and conflict, of course.

I’m just saying I would probably not waste the opportunity to rid the world of scum.

Depending on how he screamed and begged I might just settle for carving “rapist” into his skull.

(Reblogged from faglick)

debbie--hemlock said: Jokes on you I don't have a dick

then I’ll cut your tits off ya free of charge

act now I’ll even throw in a hysterectomy!

Anonymous said: You need mental help.

cool

stop being afraid of men

cut them

cut their dicks off

whenever I see women talking about how scary men are as part as feminism I legit want to punch them

why are you feeding their egos and feelings of superiority over women?

I am not afraid of men.

When I walk outside at night by myself I am not anymore worried about being raped than I am being robbed - I’m more concerned with being robbed actually because it’s what is more likely.

That’s why my fingers twist around the pepper spray in my pocket

or why I have pocket knives

or why I’m going to buy a gun

I’m not afraid of men

try to run up on me motherfucker try it

I don’t believe we should be teaching our girls to be afraid of being raped. That’s a terrible thing.

Teach them to fight. Teach them to kill rapist scum.

If a man ever tried to rape me I would take the opportunity to kill him. I am not kidding.

Should I keep arguing with SJWs?

I haven’t checked this blog in quite a while!

Its still got buzz and also I’ve got a bunch more followers since I last checked.

I kind of got fed up with tumblr’s idiocy but every now and then I still have to say something against shit stirrers on my other blogs.

Maybe I should just take it all back here again.

Anonymous said: Okay that bitch is pissing me off. Blurred lines is about rape. End of conversation

No it isn’t. It’s about rape if you have the reading comprehension of a dumbass. There is nothing in the song that implies that the man is forcing himself on the woman. To the contrary the situation is very consensual, they are together probably dancing or something, and she is coming onto him very strongly, “grabbing him.” Because of this he believes she wants to take it further, so he invites her to, “go ahead girl, get at me.” But she feels herself a “good girl,” not wanting to be seen as a “slut” by those around him for sleeping with him. He wants her to be “liberated” and not care about that sexist belief. The “blurred lines” are the lines between a woman presenting herself as “innocent & pure~” but having a “wild side” that she tries to hide but comes forward on occasion. There. That’s the song. I dare you to argue otherwise.

It’s not white people and then us. Really sick of this mentality. I lump you all into the same dumb human category.

Really despise the term “POC”

I hate Blurred Lines as much as the next person but it is NOT a “rape anthem.”

highly-caffeinated:

cleansethehumans:

highly-caffeinated:

cleansethehumans:

highly-caffeinated:

cleansethehumans:

Like seriously do you all have terrible reading comprehension or something?

The song’s clearly about not knowing whether or not the chick wants to fuck because shes doing things like “grabbing him” but seems like a “good girl” - hence the blurred lines. That’s not something rapey in the least and the lyrics are no different than any other song talking about courting someone in a club. It’s a consensual situation, but the man is not certain of how far she wants to take it. He’s not saying “I WANT TO FUCK YOU BUT YOU’RE GIVING ME MIXED SIGNALS, WELL HELL I’LL FUCK YOU ANYWAYS”

Seriously what idiot started this “rape anthem” bullshit?

"courting someone in a club"

are you fucking kidding me? 

do you have any idea how many times a rapist has told his victim “I know you want it” 

i’ve certainly heard it before

DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA WHAT IT IS LIKE BEING TOLD THAT YOU, A SURVIVOR, ARE OVERREACTING BECAUSE OF THE GLORIFICATION OF SOMETHING YOUR RAPIST SAID TO YOU DURING A VICTIMIZATION

do you know what it’s like, waiting for YOUR TRAUMA TO END, and having to hear your rapist say “Good Girl” KNOWING that he’s scared you fucking shitless so OF COURSE you won’t report the victimization?

i bet you fucking don’t.

so why don’t you sit your pathetic ass down and check that bullshit you just posted. 

"ITS NOT RAPEY"

go fuck yourself with your ignorance you fucking dumbass

it isn’t about comprehension it’s fucking about COMPASSION 

have some fucking compassion for people who have LITERALLY HEARD THE SAME EXACT PHRASES REPEATED IN THAT SONG WHILE BEING RAPED/MOLESTED/VICTIMIZED

People have also said “I know you want it” in completely innocent/flirty situations. I fucking say “I know you want it” when my friend is considering ditching her diet for some fucking cake.


A rapist could have said “buttered toast” in your ear, does that mean a song about buttered toast is about rape? No.

There is no lyric in this song that implies rape.

Sit down, man.

Sorry, that’s not going to happen because as someone who has been victimized, the message of the song trivializes something brutal that happened to me that I still and will continue to live with. So you can go fuck yourself.

Also, saying “I know you want it” to your friend who is dieting is kinda rude too so good job on two fronts for being an asshole!

I’ll repeat myself.


The message of the song does not imply rape. Just because in your experience it was said to you in a negative connotation doesn’t mean it was about rape. “I know you want it/you know you want it” is said in many situation - not even all sexual. It is an extremely common phrase - especially with flirting. Lots of thing are, unfortunately, said during rape. Sometimes a rapist might call the victim a pet name like “honey”, it doesn’t mean that when someone calls you “honey” they’re belittling a rape experience.

I feel bad that something as terrible as rape happened to you, but nitpicking and seeing it in everything isn’t going to help you move on from it. It does the opposite of that.


Feel better.

No honey, you don’t have to repeat yourself. I heard you loud and clear. I heard that you’re totally okay with shitting on an entire demographic of people who will NEVER get over what happened to them. Ever. They will just have to learn to live with what happened to them. I mean, I had no idea you had a psychology degree and knew how best people should “move on” from something. So please, enlighten me with your knowledge. How should someone get over something like this? Or are you and tons of other people going to continuously trivialize something that happened to them. Something horrible. Do you have any idea how many people get raped? Do you? I don’t really think you do.

I also think that you’re a fucking idiot if you think the song is anywhere near something innocent. You’re so far gone that you don’t even realize how harmful the song is. 

Let’s just give these guys the thumbs up whenever something mildly questionable comes up because we’re too dumb (or weak minded like yourself) to know how much harm it does. Are you really that selfish? So selfish that you’re willing to argue with a victim of something who is trying to show you their truth, trying to tell you why something makes them uncomfortable, that you basically shit on everything they say because it “wasn’t meant like that” and it shouldn’t be “taken like that”.

Well millions of women, and some of them are victims, are uncomfortable by the song because it puts how they are treated in the limelight as something that deserves a catchy tune and a borderline pornographic music video. Their personal daily hell is deserving of how many millions of hits on YouTube? This song, whether your idiotic ass wants to see it or not, is harmful because it tells women everywhere that what they go through or have gone through, with rape or any victimization or even having some asshole that won’t go away when you’re having fun on the dance floor, is worthy of being trivialized BY A MAN for other people’s entertainment.

Explain how this is a rape anthem, then.

Quote lyrics. Explain them. Fully describe the “story” of the song.

When you do it you will see that you’re seeing something that isn’t there.

"Moving on" is living with it. It’s simply not dwelling on it anymore, or letting it rule your life.

(Reblogged from highly-caffeinated)

I hate Blurred Lines as much as the next person but it is NOT a “rape anthem.”

highly-caffeinated:

cleansethehumans:

highly-caffeinated:

cleansethehumans:

Like seriously do you all have terrible reading comprehension or something?

The song’s clearly about not knowing whether or not the chick wants to fuck because shes doing things like “grabbing him” but seems like a “good girl” - hence the blurred lines. That’s not something rapey in the least and the lyrics are no different than any other song talking about courting someone in a club. It’s a consensual situation, but the man is not certain of how far she wants to take it. He’s not saying “I WANT TO FUCK YOU BUT YOU’RE GIVING ME MIXED SIGNALS, WELL HELL I’LL FUCK YOU ANYWAYS”

Seriously what idiot started this “rape anthem” bullshit?

"courting someone in a club"

are you fucking kidding me? 

do you have any idea how many times a rapist has told his victim “I know you want it” 

i’ve certainly heard it before

DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA WHAT IT IS LIKE BEING TOLD THAT YOU, A SURVIVOR, ARE OVERREACTING BECAUSE OF THE GLORIFICATION OF SOMETHING YOUR RAPIST SAID TO YOU DURING A VICTIMIZATION

do you know what it’s like, waiting for YOUR TRAUMA TO END, and having to hear your rapist say “Good Girl” KNOWING that he’s scared you fucking shitless so OF COURSE you won’t report the victimization?

i bet you fucking don’t.

so why don’t you sit your pathetic ass down and check that bullshit you just posted. 

"ITS NOT RAPEY"

go fuck yourself with your ignorance you fucking dumbass

it isn’t about comprehension it’s fucking about COMPASSION 

have some fucking compassion for people who have LITERALLY HEARD THE SAME EXACT PHRASES REPEATED IN THAT SONG WHILE BEING RAPED/MOLESTED/VICTIMIZED

People have also said “I know you want it” in completely innocent/flirty situations. I fucking say “I know you want it” when my friend is considering ditching her diet for some fucking cake.


A rapist could have said “buttered toast” in your ear, does that mean a song about buttered toast is about rape? No.

There is no lyric in this song that implies rape.

Sit down, man.

Sorry, that’s not going to happen because as someone who has been victimized, the message of the song trivializes something brutal that happened to me that I still and will continue to live with. So you can go fuck yourself.

Also, saying “I know you want it” to your friend who is dieting is kinda rude too so good job on two fronts for being an asshole!

I’ll repeat myself.


The message of the song does not imply rape. Just because in your experience it was said to you in a negative connotation doesn’t mean it was about rape. “I know you want it/you know you want it” is said in many situation - not even all sexual. It is an extremely common phrase - especially with flirting. Lots of thing are, unfortunately, said during rape. Sometimes a rapist might call the victim a pet name like “honey”, it doesn’t mean that when someone calls you “honey” they’re belittling a rape experience.

I feel bad that something as terrible as rape happened to you, but nitpicking and seeing it in everything isn’t going to help you move on from it. It does the opposite of that.


Feel better.

(Reblogged from highly-caffeinated)