3rdevolution asked:

Wouldn't male "disposability" count as an example of misandry?

"The Myth of Male Power" is a deeply flawed book written by someone that seems to have slept through history class. The disadvantages the notion alludes to are often real, but the notion that they are women’s fault is absurd when actually scrutinized. Take high risk jobs for example. At the start of the industrial revolution, women could be found doing "man jobs" like working in mines. Some time later, women were barred from such jobs, by… men. Victorian era ideas about the frailty of women were what lead to the gender segregation of work as it has come down to us. There was no conspiracy of women that made it so. Where are all these misandrists fighting to keep it so that only men can serve in combat? I could go on and on, but the evidence suggest that it is out dated gender roles (you know, those things that the evil man hating feminists fight against) which are the cause of male "disposability".

runfits

runfits:

photographypeter:

therealbarbielifts:

shming:

therealbarbielifts:

Guys I love you but sending her nasty anons isn’t called for. She’s obviously deeply troubled and blaming others for her own issues. She will learn her errors with time (: you get further with honey than vinegar 😉

When did I blame anyone? Do not talk…

Oh my god don’t be so pretentious. I wasn’t diagnosing her. She was literally blaming me for saying she should seek help because said said someone should kill her. Get off your high horse.

I realize that you have already exhausted your vocabulary by using the word pretentious, but if your brain can accommodate one more new word, I suggest learning the word Hyperbole. As in a person saying that someone should kill them is most likely hyperbole and do not constitute a reason to tell a person to seek help.

I have a good vocabulary too and here what I have to say to you: FUCK OFF AND DROP IT!!! You and your little “friend(s)” are dragging this situation longer than it should be. YOUR OPINION DOES NOT MATTER!!! Okay? Okay!

So you reblogged this to not drag the situation out longer? Gee, cant find any contradiction in that logic…

healthykitten

healthykitten:

photographypeter:

therealbarbielifts:

shming:

therealbarbielifts:

Guys I love you but sending her nasty anons isn’t called for. She’s obviously deeply troubled and blaming others for her own issues. She will learn her errors with time (: you get further with honey than vinegar 😉

When did I blame anyone? Do not talk…

Oh my god don’t be so pretentious. I wasn’t diagnosing her. She was literally blaming me for saying she should seek help because said said someone should kill her. Get off your high horse.

I realize that you have already exhausted your vocabulary by using the word pretentious, but if your brain can accommodate one more new word, I suggest learning the word Hyperbole. As in a person saying that someone should kill them is most likely hyperbole and do not constitute a reason to tell a person to seek help.

If it was just an exaggeration there would be no reason for her to get so offended. Indy was trying to help, there was no need for her to take this so out of proportion.

No reason other than feeling patronized by a stranger. And the annon troll mod certainly did not take things out of proportion…..

therealbarbielifts

therealbarbielifts:

photographypeter:

therealbarbielifts:

shming:

therealbarbielifts:

Guys I love you but sending her nasty anons isn’t called for. She’s obviously deeply troubled and blaming others for her own issues. She will learn her errors with time (: you get further with honey than vinegar 😉

When did I blame anyone? Do not talk…

Oh my god don’t be so pretentious. I wasn’t diagnosing her. She was literally blaming me for saying she should seek help because said said someone should kill her. Get off your high horse.

I realize that you have already exhausted your vocabulary by using the word pretentious, but if your brain can accommodate one more new word, I suggest learning the word Hyperbole. As in a person saying that someone should kill them is most likely hyperbole and do not constitute a reason to tell a person to seek help.

Except it isn’t always. I’d rather not take that chance. Here’s a word for you: compassion

So you think it is better to risk insulting someone by drawing sweeping conclusions about a complete stranger? Attempts a compassion can be quite counter-productive when you have no grasp of the situation.

therealbarbielifts

therealbarbielifts:

shming:

therealbarbielifts:

Guys I love you but sending her nasty anons isn’t called for. She’s obviously deeply troubled and blaming others for her own issues. She will learn her errors with time (: you get further with honey than vinegar 😉

When did I blame anyone? Do not talk…

Oh my god don’t be so pretentious. I wasn’t diagnosing her. She was literally blaming me for saying she should seek help because said said someone should kill her. Get off your high horse.

I realize that you have already exhausted your vocabulary by using the word pretentious, but if your brain can accommodate one more new word, I suggest learning the word Hyperbole. As in a person saying that someone should kill them is most likely hyperbole and do not constitute a reason to tell a person to seek help.

shming

shming:

therealbarbielifts:

Guys I love you but sending her nasty anons isn’t called for. She’s obviously deeply troubled and blaming others for her own issues. She will learn her errors with time (: you get further with honey than vinegar 😉

When did I blame anyone? Do not talk about my mental issues as if you know me.

WO WO WO WO WO!!! Hold on there!! Are you questioning the time honored practice of diagnosing other people’s alleged mental conditions over the internet based on incredibly small amounts of circumstantial evidence?! Such things are just not done on there internet.

Allow me to explain how the internet works:

First, everyone on the internet is a genius (except when people disagree with each other, then everyone is stupid).

Second, all denizens of the internet are trained professionals in the field of psychology, capable of making diagnosis based on as little as a single sentence, sentence fragment or even an emoticon (if they are really skilled).

Third, subjective judgement based on personal taste (such as opinion of someones physical appearance) are objective truth.

Fourth, if someone has achieved Cult Of Personality Internet Celebrity status, there their sycophantic troll mob has every right to harass you for questioning their beloved leader.

By baring these Holy Truths of the internet in mind, your life can be vastly improved by the unsolicited feedback of strangers, even if it seems like they are trying to be hurtful. It is actually for your own good…