Sexist jokes are not funny.
Racist jokes are not funny.
Jokes about eating disorders are not funny.
Jokes objectifying women are not funny.
And its not “butthurt” or “pissy” to say so. Its the truth. If you are making light of something that has systematically ruined lives, its not funny, especially for the people who have to live it every day.
He is a piece of shit and any woman who supports him is a fool.
Read the story.
HEAR HEAR!!! I hate that shitty twat. He’s not particularly funny, he is particularly pompous, and he’s created this synthetic Sid-Vicious-as-“comedian” persona that’s pure shite and people just buy right into it.
And yo. If Billy fucking Connolly is telling you off? You’ve done gone fucked the hell up.
Guys — especially geeky guys — tend to say that their idea of the perfect partner is a girl who is smart, independent, and interesting. Unfortunately, what they actually mean most of the time is that they want a girl who is “smart” as in pays more attention to his (self-inflated) intellectual…
And that is why I choose to be a vagaterian. Women are tasty ;-)
NO PETA JUST FUCKING NO.
Men are not the victims of sexism. It is impossible for a man to be the victim of sexism. Just like it’s impossible for a white person to be the victim of racism. Reverse sexism and reverse racism are words invented by white men to label anyone who questions their power and unconscious desire to crap all over minorities and women. Next we’re going to have “When is it International Men’s Day?” - the answer: every day. “When is it white history month?” - every month. Grow up. Your loss of entitlement doesn’t mean you’re the victim of sexism.
This facebook page is full of cancer.
If you want sexual equality then you should focus on both genders, not just one. There is no such thing as the patriarchy. Women are not oppressed in our society. People still complain that, “Oh, men are 3x more likely to pass a job interview than women” but perhaps that’s because there are 3x more men who go for those jobs than women. If women want to be doctors, lawyers, whatever- there is nothing stopping them. If you’re angry about the lack of female lawyers, then you should have got your degree in law instead of women’s studies.
SOMEONE SOUND THE OPPRESSED WHITE MALE SIREN!
HAHAHAHAAH OMG I’VE NEVER HEARD ANY THING LIKE THIS BEFORE YOU ARE REALLY FUCKING SPECIAL.
and precious. So so precious.
Actually wiping away tears of mirth right now. First of all, I’d like to know what an ableist, sexist, tiny minded, posseser of the Y chromosome would know about female oppression. Really, I’d LOVE to hear your stories. I bet you think racism doesn’t exist either, eh?
I want to punch you in the throat but I can’t, on account of my confounded laptop screen (or maybe that’s just me being a ‘pretentious girl?’)
So, I’ll leave this open to my angry feminist followers who are much more articulate than myself when I’m shaking from pure rage.
GET A LOAD OF THIS GUY, HE HAZ FACTS. AR HAR HAR.
For once, I’m lost for words.
Well, I’ve changed the course of music five or six times. What have you done except fuck the president?
Miles Davis to Nancy Reagan at a White House dinner in 1987 after she’d inquired as to what he’d done with his life to merit an invitation. source (via marxisforbros)
Eh this is completely wrong. He was actually quite fond of the Reagans. It was at a White House dinner however. Here is what actually happened. From his autobiography.
Miles writes: “She looked at me and turned all red and shit, then she said, ‘Well, what have you done that’s so important in your life? Why are you here?’
“Now, I just hate shit like this coming from someone who is ignorant, but who wants to be hip and has forced you into a situation where you’re talking to them in this manner. She brought this on herself. So then I said, ‘Well, I’ve changed music five or six times, so I guess that’s what I’ve done and I guess I don’t believe in playing just white compositions.’
“I looked at her real cold and said, ‘Now, tell me what have you done of any importance other than be white, and that ain’t important to me, so tell me what your claim to fame is?’”
Oh hey, look at that. The original quote was a scathing critique of race and unearned ambition but the popularized version simultaneously glorified sexism while confining Davis to the caricature of the angry black man.
Go fucking figure.
I love Tumblr.
Reblogging for akagoldfish’s commentary.
BOOM, gotta ‘em