But I'm working on it.
We’re a group of bloggers that want to fight against the rise of anonymous hate here on tumblr. This blog is to help anyone and everyone who is being attacked by hateful anons.
If you’re receiving hate messages on your tumblr, or you know of someone who is getting hate messages, please check out our blog and reblog this to spread the word. Thank you :)
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Dude so little notes?
This is really relevant to our followers, who are regularly stalked by TITP trolls and other fat haters (and since fat’s a big intersectional issue, who get other forms of hate as well).
I have people write me a lot asking how to deal with anon hate. This could be an excellent resource.
note to women: not all men are rapists but don’t dress like a whore and be responsible for your actions because all men are rapists
You forgot “be clear about your boundaries with men, but don’t ever directly say no, because you might hurt their feelings and not be ladylike, and unladylike women deserve whatever happens to them.”
One of my co-workers saw this desktop photo on my computer today.
Her: W@W!!!1! He’s gorgeous, but he’s not your type.
Me: Um, no….he does it just fine for me thanks.
What, coz he’s not GAWF enough for me!?!?
I don’t think so
Yeah, sexy and awesome is pretty much entirely my type.
FanWoman has spoken
Keep blaming fat people for not liking you when you ooze distaste of fat bodies through every pore. You think we can’t tell when someone is disgusted by us? Please. We’ve had to carefully read people all our lives in the (sometimes vain) hope that SOMEONE will treat us like fucking humans instead of the broken fat version of a superior thin self.
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Active 1880-1910 Especially renowned for his risqué and titillating etchings. His rather pornographic “alphabet” (circa 1880) is particularly noteworthy. Took part in the L’Exposition Internationale de Blanc et Noir in 1886.
This group of striking images dates to just before the turn of the century and is typical of the “fin de siecle” aesthetic preoccupations with sex, death and the bizarre.