I’m playing BanG Dream and I put my username as San and now it calls me San-san
Going on image download binges on pixiv is…oddly fun
T̼̦H̡͚̫̿Ę̮̜͜ ̲D͕̰Ḁ͒ͬY̶̮͛̀̈ ̶̳͈̕͞I͢ ̬͈ͫ͞D̷͇͢O͕ ̵̡̮̲́N̡̼̎O͏Tͦͤ̒̈͠ ̟̯͘͞
“Those poor boys”
“She deserves to be punished too.”
“I’m not saying I support rape, but-”
“Sorry to say - she deserved it.”
“She put herself in harm’s way”
“But if she was fingered, then that’s not rape.”
“She ruined their lives.”
“Well she didn’t exactly say ‘no’..”
“Yea, but did you see what she was wearing?”
“Boys will be boys!”
“She should know better than to drink at a party…”
Cannot not reblog.
“She should have tried to enjoy–”
“She’s just saying something now for atten-“
boy am i glad this has so many notes
“But he’s a dude. That’s not ra-”
“He should’ve enjoyed it.”
“She must’ve lead him on.”
“But she orgasmed. That means she liked it - “
“She’s slept with so many people! She’s a slut-“
“Get over it, at least you’re still a virgin”
“Women can’t rape because…”
“Be grateful it wasn’t a man!”
“I’m sorry she hurt you but don’t call what happened to you rape, it’s an insult to the REAL victims…”
“You weren’t raped, you’re just lesbophobic.”
“She shouldn’t have posted provocative photos!”
“She shouldn’t have been dressed like that … she was asking for it!”
“It’s the woman’s responsibility to not put herself in dangerous situations, she should have been more aware.”
reblogging because it’s gotten even better since last time
I love this post!
“Well he paid for dinner, she kind of owed him.”
“She’s his wife, it’s her job to please him.”
“Oral isn’t rape.”
“Well he wasn’t armed, she could have walked away.”
“Guys can’t be raped, they love sex!”
“She didn’t fight back; it wasn’t rape.”
A good post
the day I do not reblog this is the day I’m buried six feet under
Ŗͧͮ̀ÈͥBΙ̙̙̉҉L̺Ơ̽͠Gͪ ͒T̕͠H̵̿ͪIͪS͉̤̭ ̀̿͟I̸̋͑̀S̸҉ͥ͘͘ ̵̢̤̈́͝T̜̙̊̎H͈͍̘͌͢Ë̛̳͖̟ ͉̦̀̋D͍́̕͟Ā͞Y̦҉̶ͮ̒ ͊Iͤ’̙ͥ̋͟M̞͏ͩͤ҉ ̱
B̐Ι̿U̷̓R̥ͤ̈́͋I̻ͭ͗̕̕E̽͜D̢͉̠ ̷̌ͥ̀S̵͇ͩI̔X̦́̐̈́ͮ ̨̯̰ͥͫF̨̝̮͊É̗̯̕E͌̈́̕Ṫ̖͏͕̔ ̪̻̗̥U̹ͯN̵̺D̤̄̍Ë̴R̾ͩ҉̜ ̼̀̆
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I like that people included male rape victims as well! This is a good post
We should listen to all rape victims stories. No matter their gender or race or sexuality.
Ok but: Persephone wasn’t “kidnapped and raped”. She was given by her familial Patriarch in marriage, and then “abducted” in accordance with traditional Ancient Greek marriage customs at the time.
Which Means: Persephone’s “abduction” was both legal and moral according to Ancient Greek law structure and morals; the only legitimate fault, according to their time, was that Zeus didn’t give Demeter the “what’s up” about it- and that wasn’t a legal or moral failure, but a personal one.
Also consider: Hades was, by all Ancient Greek accounts, considered a perfect, doting, kind, considerate, and loving Husband who ruled equally with her- and she was one of the few figures in mythos who actually gained more individual agency and autonomy after marriage, than was previously held as single.
Also Important to Note: The earliest versions of Persephone’s myths neither mention her being abducted, nor include the “seasonal separation” from her Husband; they were later modifications of her mythos.
Moral of the Story: You can absolutely recognize that ancient cultural traditions are bad by today’s moral and legal standards, and are definitely not how things should be done today- but you can’t read and interpret the myths of ancient cultures through the lens of modern morality, divorced from their original cultural contexts and systems, and claim you understand them.
Persephone’s myth is just one whose messages change when read within its original correct cultural contexts. But all myths are like that. Every last one of them, down to the very drop.
*sees post on tumblr*
Every damn time.
This even happens to me from time to time because over the course of running this blog, I went through thousands and thousands of submissions and I apparently do not remember all of them so I’ll see some older submission on my dash and get confused or worried for a good few seconds until I see my icon and realize, ah, that’s just me, phew.
@one-time-i-dreamt so, you’re telling us that the person who RUNS the freaky dream blog forgets to read the user name?!? I feel better now
The fact that one-time-i-dreamt is scared of her own posts is weirdly reassuring
HFS!!! this thing absolutely NAILED me at the present moment :0
where’s that quiz where you choose lke 4 colours u like and 4 u dont and it hands your ass on a plate
thank you @cumleaf @@ http://www.astro.com/cgi/atxgen.cgi?btyp=cf
This hurt my feelings
Well fuck me
I have done this thing once every couple months and every time I hate it a little more because it knows me better than I know myself
what THE FUCK
how the FUCK
Even though I asked for this read, I don’t want it
Holy shit existential fear pegged like a mofo
Quiz I did not need to be called out as such
Reasons why people write fanfictions
5% just wanna write and have an idea
10% canon did WHAT!? I’m sorry(I’m not) to disagree BUT *write intensely*
15% wanna write something with these characters specifically
70% didn’t find the very specific and precise fanfic they’ve been searching for hours and came to the inevitable conclusion that they have to provide it themself *mutters* “ fuck ”
One thing I love about Judaism is that long involved conversations about things like “can a zombie attend shul?” or “can i use my pet dragon to light candles on shabbat?” or “is meat from a replicator kosher?” are seen as completely normal.
Yes, but it should avoid contact with a Cohen if it can, and if the dragon is a Gentile sure, why not, a pet dragon is an ideal Shabbos goy, since it probably lives with you, and will get a kick out of helping. If it’s a Jewish dragon, though, no, it’s better for you to do it yourself rather than cause another Jew to violate Shabbat.
Wait wait… if a jew owned the dragon as a pet wouldn’t using the beast’s labor to light candles be pretty explicitly prohibited?
Good point. Is the dragon property, or is it a roommate?
I think it was ruled that one may allow a dragon to ignite a fire if (a) the dragon is non-sapient, and preventing them from lighting the fire would be animal cruelty, or (b) the dragon is sapient, non-Jewish and not in indentured service.
And one cannot bring a dragon into a household for the express purpose of lighting candles at a later date, since the Jew would be directly benefiting from the dragon’s actions on Shabbat.
But if the dragon just happens to live there already and feels the urge to light candles, it should not be stopped from doing so – as the sages said: “the same candle that benefits one can be used to benefit one hundred.“ (Shulchan Aruch HaRav, 276:6)
This was a thrill from start to finish.
I love being Jewish