Saturday, January 23, 2016

Day 21: Foot Pussy

Just got harassed by a guy on the street. And when I wouldn't acknowledge him he started swearing at me.

Excluding Rey from Star Wars toys was deliberate.

A photographer makes boudoir photos of a man to see what it would be like.

The ttc driver either just said "great eyes" or "very nice" to me as I got on the streetcar. He said it with a smile.

"When I’m not emphatically grateful that you complimented my hair when I never asked you to, it doesn’t mean I’m a bitch. It just means that I don’t appreciate comments from dudes about what I look like."

A friend posts: " I get really tired of all these sexism posts.
And then I think "Oh, but that is exactly Kate's point." Well played." 


“The judgment and pain that comes with having body hair is one that is harmful and needs to be stopped. Naturally, when I get a hate comment I feel upset about it for a moment. It’s really easy to get sucked into negative comments, but I remind myself that these feelings pass and these comments aren’t true. I receive a lot of personal messages from women who tell me they are learning to love their body hair because I have allowed to help them see it in a view that is positive and nurturing,” she added.

A friend went to a job interview today. It was for ethical hacking. The resume she submitted had only her initials and last name. When she showed up, they took one look and said "you're not what we were expecting."

I clicked on an ad about dietary intake and skin concerns. Because I have bags under my eyes and it makes me self conscious.

A client tells me about visiting sites for her job, and the catcalls she gets from the subcontractors.

Another client talks about how the men on her team at work don't take her seriously, because she's young and female, and it takes awhile for them to listen to her.

"I hate how the women of SNL ride Hillary Clintons lying ass cock. I thought they were smarter than that."

A comedian tries to get journalists to swear they won't report on Hillary's clothing because that is not journalism.

“I’m Latina, so I am ‘hairier’ than most girls I know and I have fuzz everywhere. I have constantly been judged and laughed at or have heard remarks about how I should shave it or wax it or get laser surgery. I am now 16 and I have yet to accept it and embrace it"

"I know that they like, sexually assaulted someone. But they do really good work."

"The feminists are protesting at the radio station? We should go. There'll be a lot of babes."

"It's cool if you don't wanna hook up tonight. I mean, I've done a lot of work to free my body from the confines of oppression, but if you're still working on it..."

In a trade and swap group, a man posts a truck boot brush that's moulded into a vagina and it's called "foot pussy." The male members think it's hilarious.

"Racism and sexism are just byproducts of Capitalism, so if you just focus on capitalism, it'll take care of the rest of that shit for you."

"You're so pretty! How are you single?"
"Don't you wanna have kids? You'll change your mind."
"Haven't you gotten married yet?"


The firefighting instructor who showed a pornographic film to volunteer firefighters in a department crippled by accusations of sexual harassment and mass resignations in Newfoundland's Conception Bay says it was "just for a laugh" and not intended to make the one woman in the training course uncomfortable.

A recutting of Mad Max Fury Road that portrays Immorten Joe as the good guy...

Yellow background and red text: "I asked my wife what women really want and she said attentive lovers. Maybe it was a tent of lovers. I wasn't listening."


Women in the United States are well aware of the control men wield over their reproductive rights. Male politicians have passed restrictive legislation and made seemingly endless ignorant comments about women's bodies for years. Now it turns out men even play a critical role in how these actions are translated to the public: Male journalists dominate news coverage of reproductive rights, according to a new Women's Media Center study released Tuesday.
Who frames the issue matters: Men don't just disproportionately report on reproductive rights, the study found, but were also disproportionately called upon to weigh in on the topic as sources. Male journalists wrote 52% of articles focused on reproductive issues while female journalists wrote just over a third (and 11% did not include bylines), and while women accounted for about a third of sources included in these articles, 41% of all quotes in these pieces were attributed to men.

White background, black text. Used to inspire women to lose weight. "because there's a hot bitch in there waiting to get out... as if you needed another reason to get healthy."

T-shirt of cartoon Suicide Squad Harley tugging on Joker's tie. It says "CRAZY WOMAN" in pink on the side.

Daniel Holtzclaw sentenced to 263 consecutive years for rape.

Another post about slut shaming Bristol Palin.

Iron GM Guidebook: "The Dice of Doom are baseball to softball size plushie d20s bounced harmlessly off the backs of players and GMs who roll a natural 20 or other game-specific critical success. At our cons we hire professional models to chuck the Dice of Doom."

A client told me that at her review at work, her manager (a man) called her homely.

Hooters.

That moment in Mockingjay part 2 when Peeta and Gale talk about Katniss and her love life

Walking home with a friend. A man calls us girls and makes a joke. When we ignore him he says he was just being funny and moves away quickly.

The Pink tax.

When people look at local Toronto gaming groups and default to the one run by guys even though the one run by women and minorities is the one with more presence, members, and experience.

From the agenderagenda:
Last night I re-watched Matthew Santoro's confession about being abused by Nicole Arbour. And while I wouldn't wanna downplay his pain, I will say this:
I didn't read a single up-voted comment on his video or article written by a woman journalist saying shit like...

"Liar! Fake! He wants attention!"
"Pics or it didn't happen!"
"Man the fuck up! That's why you got hit!"

It’s no secret that I’ve been really hard on “Suicide Squad.” But it’s not because I WANT to hate it. Quite the contrary. I want to love it! Harley Quinn is one of my favorite superhero characters. She’s complex and troubled and very, very human. But “Suicide Squad” has rebuffed me — and many other female fans — at every turn. “This isn’t for you,” it practically screams, as Harley bends over to pick up a trinket, the camera focused squarely on her booty shorts. Every woman in this film save for Amanda Waller is scantily dressed for no good reason. I’ve already gone over what an egregious example Enchantress is: whether you think she’s sexy or scary, she’s definitely never worn anything that skimpy. For some reason, Katana’s armor has been traded out for a midriff baring top. And Harley is once again regulated to something from a prepubescent boy’s dream. You can thank Arkham Asylum for that particular legacy.

The screenshot is immediately preceded by the Joker jumping into the vat of chemicals. Those tendrils of color are his clothes being eaten off as he fishes Harley Quinn from the toxic sludge. The toxic sludge he threw her into as the film is obviously taking a page from Harley’s reboot origin from the New 52. In SUICIDE SQUAD #7 — from May of 2012 — Harley’s transformative origin was unveiled, explaining her bleached white skin and two-tone hair. It was a severe departure from her first origin, and a far inferior one due to one factor: it removed Harley’s agency. In other words, it took her choices out of her hands and put them in the Joker’s.

Ostensibly, Dr. Harleen Quinzel went into psychiatry in part to discover why her abusive, con man father did the things she did. The Joker used her past and her personality against her to garner sympathy and admiration. It’s a classic case of an abuser grooming his mark, luring her in an subtlety testing the boundaries to see what she’ll tolerate. Over time, the ante is upped until you have the Joker LITERALLY trying to kill his girlfriend.

Covenant House launches $10M campaign to combat sex trafficking

Tweet: Nudes leak = (smiley faces with heart eyes)
Voluntary nude shots = (smiley faces with masks over mouths)
so it's only sexy if the woman's NOT into it?

Breitbart article: "Social Justice Warriors are once again demonstrating their political intolerance and hostility to free creative expression. It’s happening in an arena we’ve covered before – the world of sci-fi and fantasy publishing."

SJWs continue to demonstrate their inability – or unwillingness – to separate good art from questionable artists. In a manner eerily similar to the anti-historical campaigns to scrub images of unfashionable – yet historically significant – individuals like Woodrow Wilson and Cecil Rhodes from university campuses and public spaces. At the behest of SJWs, the face of H.P Lovecraft, one of the genre’s pioneers, was recently removed from the iconic trophies of the World Fantasy Awards.
There’s something ISIS-like to it: the purging of historical icons and works of art because they represent something that falls outside a rigid, intolerant ideology. 

During a concert in Nashville on Monday, Madonna declined a marriage proposal from an audience member, saying, “I’m looking for a husband, not a cunt. I already married a cunt” in reference to her ex husband and the father of her son, director Guy Ritchie.


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