You know what, I’d really love it if media outlets (esp those with power, like Radio One etc) said “no, we’re not gonna give airtime/screentime to all these popular songs and shows with content that encourages rape culture and oppression. We don’t care if the song is at number one, nope, we’re not doing it”.
Or EVEN BETTER, if they just ignored them all in the first place so they wouldn’t even get popular.
And the world would be a much better place for it. Sigh.
Robin Thicke’s new song, “Blurred Lines,” is the number one song in the country right now. It is also very sickening because of its implication of rape and sexual harassment and its not-so-subtle promotion of rape culture (that he then seems to attribute to human nature—great). See more of what disturbing things Thicke had to say and read about some of the backlash on the Huffington Post. (via you-do-not-do)
somebody get this motherfucker forreal
yeah read this article tonight, what a fucking creep(via mssswitch)
Booked my theory test eeeee.
Only two weeks away so now I have to start studying, ugh.
There’s this guy I’ve seen on my bus a couple times now wearing this teeny tiny muscle vest (like seriously, it comes in to pretty much nothing at the back), and it irritates me because I know if a woman wore something that showed similar amounts of skin she’d be slut shamed and catcalled and all sorts of shit. And, like, I know it’s not this guy’s fault, and he can wear what he likes, but still. Just makes me mad y’know.