I feel like there should be a term like Niwdog (newdog?) for bringing up Hitler and/or Nazis when it’s relevant to an argument
I’m pointing out that valuing natural beauty and trashing artificial beauty is really— eugenics-y and also literally something the Nazis did, and how that ideology kind of plays into this shit.
"The National Socialist Women’s Yearbook of 1934 reveals women without makeup, without jewelry, and with large hips were considered the ideal Aryan woman in Nazi Germany. The Chairwoman of the Association for German Women’s Culture, Agnes Gerlach claimed the ideal woman had become the "big Germanic type of woman" instead of the France’s "small, romantic type." Nazi propaganda highlighted larger women with large, child bearing hips. Gerlach’s article stated it was un-German to use products to change hair color or to change one’s looks with cosmetics. The image of the thin French woman was emotionally damaging to German women in Gerlach’s opinion. Similarly, the Jewish influence was thought to include too much focus on accessorizing and overly made up women. According to Nazi propaganda, Jewish and French woman were not strong or able to bear as many children because they were petite. The German woman was superior and did not need to use this enhancing products to be beautiful." - Natural Beauty in Nazi Germany
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Well ain’t that peculiar. The whole “healthy and able to birth children easily, but not fat, with no makeup or hair dye or plastic surgery” ideal of womanhood is so eugenics-y and creepy.
Anonymous said: So, if boobs aren't sex organs like all you feminists claim, then what's wrong with commenting on them? If you have purple hair, I'm going to mention it! If you have giant boobs, I'm going to mention it! If they're not sexual, then what's your problem?
Translation: I don’t understand the difference between sex organs and secondary sex characteristics, nor do I understand how society has coded certain secondary sex characteristics to be sexual while others are left “neutral.” I also don’t understand how I am drawing a false equivalency between hair and breasts, as only one has been sexualized within Western cultures, and I’m really desperate to justify my own obsession with sexually harassing women.
Now they are secondary sex characteristics? Are we just going to keep on making up words until men aren’t allowed to look at women?
Feminists didn’t make up the term “secondary sex characteristics” to shame men for looking at women. It’s a scientific term for features that appear when a person or any other animal has reached sexual maturity. Here’s the wikipedia article since you were unable to look it up yourself.
People are of course allowed to appreciate others’ bodies. What is not acceptable is sending objectifying messages to a total stranger about the way their body looks.
Why is this so fucking difficult?
Also you know what, it’s totally possible to be totally skeevy and creepy about commenting on my hair. Like if you make it clear what you’re thinking about is sex when you comment on my appearance it’s creepy. So just as it would be inappropriate to say “I want to jizz in your hair” when you say “nice tits” I know what’s on your fucking mind, you gigantic fucking assdick (also I think assdick is a great insult, I keep imagining a dick with a tiny little butt on the end)
Lolita Is Super Pretty, But I Could Never Deal With Doing Lolita Fashion Because:
1. I’m a gigantic slut, and if you can’t see my cleavage I feel uncomfortable (usually)
2. Rules. So. Many. Rules.
Though those of you that do do it, you’re cool.
Anonymous said: Isn't it kind of exhausting to hide your profession from your parents, especially as you seem to have a good relationship with them otherwise?
We’re WASPs, not talking about things is kind of our dealio. Like I think they know at this point (my mom knew I got implants somehow, even though I’d made every effort to hide them, they know things) but we don’t talk about it.
I Watched Bag Of Bones: First and second parts aren’t bad, the third part is a racist, sexist nightmare.
So much violence against women, so much rape, and frankly the writing just went to shit as well, but really REALLY do not watch that if you are triggered by rape.
I ended up a crying shaking wreck and I’m still not feeling settled or alright. It would be really nice
I think this video might interest you guys.
4 days ago, Olivia Olson confirmed that Marceline and Bonnibel have dated before. The reason it has been confirmed is because the new Adventure Time book coming out soon may have details on their relationship, and their relationship obviously can’t be aired on TV because some states of America (and countries in the world) are against same-sex marriage and relationships.
But yeah, they have indeed dated before.
Can we also talk about official Bubbline art drawn by Natasha Allgeri, former character designer and story board artist for Adventure Time, and now Showrunner of Bee and Puppy Cat!?
(Source: lil-human-cal, via queen---beee)
do you think impressionists ever imitate people they find sexually attractive when they masturbate and essentially sweet talk/ dirty talk to themselves?
Okay, so for like a full minute I thought you meant like the Impressionist movement. So I’m picturing Manet pretending to be Monet and that gets his rocks off. I hate being an artist.
I also thought the impressionist movement and I was like “i’m not getting how this is related to their movement…”
I find that one thing that works insanely well for making dudes fall head over heels is basically being “gentlemanly”, dudes are starved for protection and compliments on their appearance (which are nigh universal human desires), so if you’re protective and tell them they’re pretty they kinda melt.
Has anyone else noticed this?
Dear Fellow White People: