I’ve always kind of wanted to do the YouTube thing
But the only thing I could think to do is record my rants and my voice is annoying.
I really wanna do one about sexism in the military though.
popular privilege is not getting swirlies and wedgies haha fucking nerds
This is how you combat hatred and body shaming. Not just by living it, but by standing up for others who do and not continuing in silence.
IF SOMEONE IS SCARED OF SPIDERS OR BUGS DONT FUCKING PICK ONE UP AND WALK TOWARDS THEM WITH IT YOU ARENT FUCKING FUNNY YOU’RE A GODDAMN ASSHOLE
why would you ever even need that much broccoli
“Don’t do impressions of other races.” - Angie Jordan (portrayed by Sherri Shepherd) from 30 Rock
Seems so simple, and yet…
some people need this to be explained repeatedly and even still..
REAL Lesbians React to Lesbian Porn!
I’m laughing so hard oh my god
If you mock people who have STIs you are a horrible person
If you describe your STI status as “clean” you are a horrible person
If you base a persons worth on wether they do or do not have STIs you are a horrible person
If you use STIs as ways to negatively describe things that are not STIs you are a horrible person
If you expose someone else’s personal STI status to another person you are a horrible person
If you contribute to the toxic atmosphere that makes people afraid to talk about getting tested you are a horrible person
If you contribute to the social structure that shames and dehumanizes and excludes people who have STIs you are a horrible person
If you contribute to the system that makes it so people who do have STIs are afraid to even attempt to form relationships you are a horrible person
STIs are fucking common. Some are easy fixes. Some are not. Some are visible. Some are not.
Having an STI is life changing.
However this is mainly due to social stigma and bullshit and ignorance around STIs.
Because yes the physical side of an STI is difficult… but it doesn’t have shit on suddenly having your entire worth based on something that more often than not was out of your control.
Because the system doesn’t teach about using protection… or that protection does not necessarily mean you cannot contract an STI.
Because the system makes the idea of getting tested scary.
Because the system makes getting tested inaccessible.
Because many many people have STIs and don’t know.
Because some people do conceal their STIs…sometimes out of malice, but more often than not, they do so out of fear.
Because society teaches that people who have STIs are dirty foul pieces of shit who are overly sexual and deserve what they got.
Because society teaches us that if you have an STI no one will ever love you or want to touch you.
Because society doesn’t teach us about communication, about understanding, about the fact that people will still want you.
Because yes. Having an STI will deter some people.
But with those that stay you can have aware informed conversations about communication and protection and risk. And you can decide wether or not you want to ~fluid bond~.
We need to start talking.
We need to stop shaming.
This needs to change.
This gif can work for pretty much everything.
Phone died: this gif.
Failed a test: this gif.
Period: this gif.
Lots of homework: this gif.
I feel like breaking a plate: this gif.
Life: this gif.
If my brother was a plate: this gif