I’m not a Democrat or a Republican. What I’m against is the bullying coming from the right. Always from the right. Always. This is a flat-out attempt to ridicule the bullies and throw some light on the heroes. I've got lots to work with.

I don't own any of these images. The disdainful comments are all mine, however.

13th April 2014

Question reblogged from Peace. Land. Bread. with 43 notes

Anonymous asked: I unfollow anyone who reblogs from an idiot like you.

southern-feminism:

Hmmmm I wonder who this could be

Tagged: feministfeminismunfollowinganontumblr

4th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from Je suis un anana. with 37,619 notes

raises-the-dead:

pinkhairedlesbianadventures:

gotnothinleft:

angry social justice kirk

aka canon Kirk

MY FAVOURITE THING SINCE FEMINIST HULK

Tagged: Star TrekJames T. KirkCaptain Kirkfeministslut

Source: gotnothinleft

2nd April 2014

Photo reblogged from I Love Charts with 1,005 notes

ilovecharts:

The Top-Grossing, Bechdel Test-Passing Movies

ilovecharts:

The Top-Grossing, Bechdel Test-Passing Movies

Tagged: Bechdel testfeministfeminismsexismmovies

31st March 2014

Post reblogged from What did we win? with 8 notes

harryshappy-trail:

I always wondered what the hell these raging liberal feminists think about females who are conservative…. Someone enlighten me, I’m intrigued.

Do your own fucking research. 

Tagged: feministconservativemisogynylazyraging liberal feministhonest to god ppl crack a fucking book

26th March 2014

Photo reblogged from GodsDragonGirl with 128 notes

godsdragongirl:

My Gma mailed me this card because she’s the best. 

godsdragongirl:

My Gma mailed me this card because she’s the best. 

Tagged: womenmenequalityfeministfeminismcramps

6th March 2014

Photo reblogged from Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library with 257 notes

fdrlibrary:

Eleanor Roosevelt’s First Press Conference - March 6, 1933
On March 6, 1933 Eleanor Roosevelt held the first of her 348 women’s only press conferences. Before this time, First Ladies had little contact with reporters. Eleanor recognized that holding regular conferences could enhance the public role of the First Lady - a role she transformed during her 12 years in the White House.
About 35 women attended Eleanor’s first press conference which was held in the Monroe Room on the second floor of the living quarters in the White House. The press conferences were attended by the major female reporters of the day - including Lorena Hickok, Ruby Black, Bess Furman, May Craig, Emma Bugbee and Martha Stayer.
Eleanor used these press conferences as a way to not only announce her schedule of activities but also as a platform to publicize the work of women leaders, answer her critics, and entertain questions on a variety of subjects. Topics covered everything from domestic issues like social programs, race, youth activism, etc. to international politics and the role of women in war and peace.

fdrlibrary:

Eleanor Roosevelt’s First Press Conference - March 6, 1933

On March 6, 1933 Eleanor Roosevelt held the first of her 348 women’s only press conferences. Before this time, First Ladies had little contact with reporters. Eleanor recognized that holding regular conferences could enhance the public role of the First Lady - a role she transformed during her 12 years in the White House.

About 35 women attended Eleanor’s first press conference which was held in the Monroe Room on the second floor of the living quarters in the White House. The press conferences were attended by the major female reporters of the day - including Lorena Hickok, Ruby Black, Bess Furman, May Craig, Emma Bugbee and Martha Stayer.

Eleanor used these press conferences as a way to not only announce her schedule of activities but also as a platform to publicize the work of women leaders, answer her critics, and entertain questions on a variety of subjects. Topics covered everything from domestic issues like social programs, race, youth activism, etc. to international politics and the role of women in war and peace.

Tagged: Eleanor Rooseveltfirst ladydemocratfdrfranklin delano rooseveltpresidentpress conferencespressfeministactivismWhite Housewomens history

2nd March 2014

Photoset reblogged from Idris Elba appreciation blog with 23,821 notes

gaymommy:

#idontneedfeminism aka stupid white women that don’t actually know what feminism is

Tagged: i don't need feminismfeministwar on womenwomens rightsabortionprochoicemisogynystupidity

Source: gaymommy

22nd February 2014

Question reblogged from Politics. with 12 notes

Anonymous asked: Something I think is horseshit is when feminists see a couple and the man works and the woman stays home he's oppressive but if the guy stays home and she works he's a piece of shit bum That's making her support the family make up your mind!

Tagged: feministrolesgenderhusbandwifedon't you people have something else to worry aobout I mean seraioudly

15th January 2014

Photo reblogged from ConsiderThis with 78 notes

6dogs9cats:

YES BRIT…that leaves you and Christie off that list.

If the atmosphere makes you wonder if you’re masculine, you’re not. 

6dogs9cats:

YES BRIT…that leaves you and Christie off that list.

If the atmosphere makes you wonder if you’re masculine, you’re not. 

Tagged: Fox NewsBrit Humemasculinitysexualitygenderfeminist

4th January 2014

Post reblogged from Stfu Assholes with 557 notes

MRAs are mainly pissed because feminists are too busy loving themselves for once, instead of worshiping men.

stfueverything:

flyingonconfidence:

Sorry, fool,

MRAs are mainly pissed because feminism has gotten ugly and out of hand, and they want to beat up innocent men.

You thought you had a valid point, didn’t you?

image

Oh right, it’s WOMEN/feminists who are wanting to beat up men. Says the guy who has a gif of a dude beating another dude with a stick. 

MRAs are just jealous because feminists can open jars.

Tagged: MRAfeministmens rights activistsexismmisogyny