Student. Dreamer. Layabout. Bad influence on those wishing to maintain a sense of decorum and maturity. Please be aware: this is a NSFW blog. Really.
I hate that we live in a world where people think it’s okay to blame a little girl for a man’s action because of how she is dressed.
Poor grammar aside, anyone who uses the term “asking for it” frightens me for my girls.
Whether she dresses like a nun or a stripper, no means NO. Nobody “asks for” rape.
If you’re naked, making out, and about to stick your dick in her and she says no, you stop and get the fuck off. No means no.
There’s no excuse for rape. That includes styles of dress, flirtatious behavior, or you thinking she is “leading you on”.
Assholes like this scare me. They should scare everyone. :(
Reblogging for comment. Apparently, just looking like you’re 25 means anyone is allowed to make you uncomfortable, because clearly you’re asking for it. THE FUCK?!
“Men are afraid women will laugh at them. Women are afraid men will kill them.” -Margaret Atwood
Reblogging for the Atwood quote, which is showing its truthiness right here.
so, women have privilege because we call men creepy. ok. that makes sense…in backwards land.
creep shaming. bahaha. baha. BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHA.
here’s teh thing, cis dudebros.
stop raping us in disproportionate numbers and stop assuming we’re your sexual property. also, stop cat-calling.
and we’ll magically stop ‘creep shaming’ you.
it’s funny how i don’t creep shame guys from my church as they are comfortable with the mode of physical contact i am and they treat me like (gosh) a human being, not a vagina. ( i realize thatn ot all churchdudes are like this, i’m just citing mine).
commentary is relevant as fuck
“creep shaming”… that’s a good one.
then don’t be creepy