you posted something about a woman needing to wear a bra and then posted something about how it's fucked up for men to police what women choose to do with their bodies///smh
Are you referring to the Kim possible post? Are you so jaded that you think I would be serious about policing the body or a Disney channel cartoon character? Have you ever heard a joke before? Do you know how to laugh? Were you born without a sense of irony and humor? Why do you feel the need to police my blog? Go outside. Hug a cat. Go sit by a pond and feed some waterfowl. Go and Reevaluate your life. You obviously need to if you feel the need to send me anon hate over an ironic post about a cartoon character not wearing a bra. I’m still laughing because you thought that post was serious. Dear fuck. Is your ass really that tight? If I shove a lump of coal up there will i get a diamond within the week? If so, we could have a successful business venture.
The post you reblogged was a harmless joke, and that’s fine, but this response is not amusing or funny and, as a victim of sexual assault, it was really unsettling and upsetting for me to read your response at the end. Threatening to penetrate someone against their will, even when said as a joke, is literally threatening rape, and jokes that use rape as an analogy is an act of violence that perpetuates rape culture. When you use an idea that conveys a certain acceptability of rape or of the violation of another’s body, you actively uphold the supposed societal legitimacy of rape. Your response is almost embarrassingly defensive and aggressive, especially considering that the anon seems as if they wanted to point out something that made them uncomfortable. Respect people when they tell you that something you say or do is a problem by at least seriously considering it. You’re an insecure white man dripping in privilege and entitlement. If you’re not going to actively think about the discrepancy between your actions and the meaning in the social justice posts you reblog, perhaps you lack some authenticity in your attempt to seem like a decent person who cares about those who have experienced oppression, abuse, and erasure.
jesus fucking christ has no seen this movie. It was a blatant reference.
so you’re telling me there’s an alien who regenerates into a completely random form, that he cannot control or determine himself, and who understandably could take millions of different appearances, but who all 13 times just turned into a different skinny white guy