Not everything is about you guys. I know, it's a crazy concept.
"An actual thing my thirteen year old brother just said: 'If girls are asking to be raped because their clothes don't completely cover all of their bodies, then boys are asking to be kicked in the balls just because they don't wear cups everywhere.'" [follow this link to find a short clip and analysis on rape and victim blaming in a rape culture: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2013/08/the-us-military-and-its-rape-culture.html]
When will it end? What will it take? When own family members ignore. Friends don't believe. It's our fault. I'm done. This world.
Last week one of my friends missed class time because she had to go home to change. Her dress was .1 inches too short. I'm not joking.
"friendzone doesn't even exist. it's just a fucked up by-product of rape culture that some teenage boy came up with and spread online. this idea that men and women can only be potential sex/romantic partners is horribly heteronormative and sexist." -A. And the dysfunctional idea that women "owe" sex to to guys who are "nice" to them.
Can we please stop rewarding men for performing basic household tasks?
"You asked me why girls get upset when guys comment on their bodies, and wondered why my reaction to you was different than, say, a girl’s reaction to a random guy on the street. Why I was mildly flattered, instead of scared or angry. You honestly didn’t understand, and wanted to know. I tried explaining, but I think I left you more confused than I found you. I have a better explanation now."…