Anti-Sexting (HUNGRY BEAST) (by Elmo Keep)
Consider the sleeveless, thin white undershirt that many men wear when they work...– dailygleaner.com - White Ribbon Campaign earns Fergusson award | By JAMIE ROSS - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada totally forgot about the wife beater. i’m pretty sure at one time in my life i probably used that term without thinking twice. Awesome campaign.
a hard dick can have a conscience– I want my daughter to grow up in a world in which all men are safe, responsible, reliable — The Good Men Project Magazine Wow, I don’t know too much about this magazine, but I LOVED this article. The slutwalks from a male perspective (written by an organizer of a slutwalk and also a father).
Victim-Blaming & Slut-Shaming (Part II) →
Disclaimer: In general, this article will be about the victim-blaming and slut-shaming of those who identify as female and where potential perpetrators are male. I write from my perspective being…
Creatrix Tiara: [TW] Some problematic yet... →
creatrixtiara: “You can’t be raped, you’re too innocent.” “You can’t be raped, you’re too slutty, it was a misunderstanding.” “You were drunk, therefore you clearly were asking for danger.” “You are a sex worker, you can’t be raped.” “You are of a minority race, you can’t be sexual.” “You are of a minority race, you can’t be asexual.” “Women can’t rape others.” “That wasn’t rape - rape’s...
Even though I did not march under the banner of ‘sluthood’, I marched to mark...– Slutwalk: To March or Not to March | Vancouver Media Co-op Excellent article!!! The slutwalk is a moment of protest - part of a greater movement. Most of the outspoken critics are looking at the slutwalks with a very narrow perspective.
(via Girls Watch Porn, Too - CollegeHumor Video) ha. i like this. and i like porn. good porn.
We’re here to testify that this ends TODAY. It ends because there is truly...– Jaclyn Friedman at Boston’s Slut Walk (via jessicavalenti)
Yes, women should be able to wear whatever they want whenever they want. Still,...– A great idea, if not for reality | Letters | Opinion | Edmonton Sun oi. I admit, I do struggle with her point here.
As a result of these misplaced messages, we say ‘she shouldn’t have been walking...– Don’t Rape (part 1 of 3) | Halifax Media Co-op Don’t Rape (part 2 of 3) | Halifax Media Co-op Don’t Rape (part 3 of 3) | Halifax Media co-op Excellent series of 3 parts.
42 years on, the freedoms that Bill C-150 affirmed... →
Oh My Darlin': Hey, Victim-Blaming SlutWalk... →
Short and to the point. Cleanly summarizes the biggest (and most frustrating) complaints lodged against the slutwalks: clembastow: Since you seem to insist upon assuming that SlutWalk is solely about women (which it categorically isn’t), here, let me break something down to you regarding your highly unoriginal comments about women and their bodies and personal safety: STOP comparing women’s...
Why We Need SlutWalk: A study in comments
jessicavalenti: trigger warning There’s been some controversy over the SlutWalk protests taking place across the world. There’s a lot to say, but until I have the time to write something comprehensive, I thought I would let oh-so-lovely commenters from around the globe demonstrate why SlutWalks are so desperately needed. CNN: “I kind of feel sorry for the police officer. I understand that he...
Cellphones Could Be Killing Bees [STUDY] →
Wente’s entire article is bent on one thing: shutting women up.– BLOGPOST: Response to Margaret Wente of The Globe & Mail | SlutWalk Toronto YES! An even better comeback to Wente.
she was disarming: On Wente, SlutWalk haters, &... →
sodisarmingdarling: I hate that I have to keep paying attention to Margaret Wente. I really do, because life would be so much easier if I could pretend she doesn’t exist. I could even stop reading her columns if it wasn’t for so many people commending her for her racist, misogynistic, hateful bullshit. Nice response!
Uganda's anti-gay bill dropped from agenda after... →
Yes! That was scary shit. What a relief, though there is still so much to be done. Online petitions can contribute to affecting change it appears.
What if Ms. Brosseau turned out to be a likeable young single mother,...– Some thoughts about Ruth Ellen Brosseau | rabble.ca