robots enthusiastically giving consent though
robots who understand and initiate sexual contact with a human
robots who don’t even get anything physically from it either but they just love making their human so happy
humans who really want to make their robot feel good too
humans learning about wireplay and asking if it’s okay for them to try it out
robots who trust their human enough to let them expose and manipulate their inner machinery
robots who severely underestimate the amount of research their human has done on the subject and they end up coming so hard their voice glitches and they have to reboot
humans being extremely concerned that they did something wrong when this happens
robots coming back online and, still a bit hazy from the afterglow, assuring their human that no, they did quite a lot of things just right
HUMANS AND ROBOTS CONSENSUALLY EXPLORING AND ENJOYING EACH OTHERS’ BODIES AND REACTIONS (⊙‿⊙✿)
yall real weird on this website
i wish i was illiterate
the thing is literally NO ONE cares if u dont think leggings count as pants. no one. no one cares. everyones gonna keep wearing them as pants. theyre pants. no one cares what u think
what if all vowels were a’s
halla yas ma nama as manaca A’m watchang saparnataral what abaat yaa
it’s like a whole new language I think I’m on to something here
#thats not a new language thats a boston accent
It’s unsurprising that Paris doesn’t get the point of feminism. She doesn’t understand why it exists and she can’t relate to it. She thinks feminism is about her and her “freedom” to do whatever she likes. But maybe feminism isn’t about you, Paris? Maybe it’s not about your freedom to successfully perform femininity and your freedom to enjoy catcalls, just as it isn’t about women’s “freedom” to self-objectify.
Feminism is about addressing systems of power that oppress women, globally. It isn’t about you feeling cute. It’s about the women and girls who are raped and abused and murdered every single day, around the world, because they are female. It’s about the fact that most of us do feel afraid, despite the fact that you “weren’t raised that way.” It’s about the fact that performing femininity, even though some of us may have learned to enjoy parts of it, isn’t a privilege in a patriarchy.
You have the right to speak for yourself, Paris. Everyone does. You have the right to feel however you like about your experiences, too. But you’re right — you don’t represent all women. And you certainly don’t represent feminism. —
Of course some women are flattered by catcalls, but there’s a reason for that: A response to Paris Lees (via feministcurrent)
So well written! Read the whole thing.
Anonymous asked: i'm pretty sure i'm a baby radfem but i'm so scared to admit it so instead of following you i just stop by your blog every once in a while to keep up with what's going on in the tumblr radfem sphere. i hope that's okay.
Hey, that was me not too long ago, so please, I’m happy you’re looking into it!
life hack: add glitter to patriarchy to make it liberal feminism
acting cool around ur crush
(Source: dickspeak, via sukark)
And anyone getting onto the sex trafficking rescue bandwagon by cashing in on the handouts from the federal govt’s “faith-based initiatives” welfare block grants through the US Dept.of Health & Human Services are the LAST people who should talk about survivors in life-threatening poverty “expecting handouts” while telling us that being able to live is something we don’t “deserve.”
My entire life was STOLEN and DESTROYED under society’s watch and with society’s full blessing and support. Reparations for an entire lifetime of opportunities and basic needs denied is NOT a “handout.”
And no, I’m sorry, but just because I was lucky enough to escape my traffickers 30 years ago, only to be left hungry, sick and cold and destitute for the rest of my life - that is NOT justice—contrary to what so many class-privileged Christian “rescuers” told me in anti-trafficking groups when I begged for life-saving help (that I am not getting) so I could get heat in my 40-degree home so I don’t die from the cold after my pellet stove died several days ago.
Because NOT being trafficked and left injured, chronically ill or dead is NOT a “luxury” that everybody else is expected to earn, OK. Not being trafficked, tortured, raped, forcibly impregnated and/or forcibly infected with deadly incurable STD’s and killed, or condemned to total social exclusion and life-threatening poverty because of being stigmatized for what was done TO us (if we manage to escape that slavery), is a HUMAN RIGHT we ALL deserve. —
REALLY FUCKING IMPORTANT
Jacqueline Homan escaped her pimps 30 years ago, but she has been left behind by our society and government. She makes (TOPS) 95 dollars a MONTH. That is NOT a livable amount of money, and because of that she has to starve and cannot pay for certain bills.
Jacqueline lives in Pennsylvania, where it is currently 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Jacqueline’s only source of heat during the winter was her oven, which has broken within the last week, so now her only source of heat are the blankets she has.
This phenomenal woman has survived forced prostitution and written a book about her experiences and the experiences of other prostituted and exited women (Without Apology). Nothing has ever been given to her; she grew up in poverty, was forced into prostitution at age 13, was raped by thousands of johns and her pimps, and now our society has left her out to die.
What Jacqueline needs more than anything right now is donations so she can get a new oven to keep warm this winter, or she may likely die. Please send your donations to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Any and all donations are helpful, even if it’s only a dollar. Please help save her life!