Here’s a serious advice. Even the nicest people have their limits. Don’t try to reach that point because the nicest people are also the scariest assholes when they’ve had enough.
Thanks to this well thought out and researched news report we can conclude that Tortimer as well as other adults who play Animal Crossing are in fact all pedophiles.
OH MY GOD
sorry i draw stupid shitty comics about myself when i don’t know how to deal with my own emotions
This…tends to make bigger problems though. It’s a vicious cycle.
They put up posters at my school that said “dress to be comfortable, not to impress boys” and used it to enforce the dress code so these were put up in retaliation.
Ok, I’ve been silent as long as I can stand. I fully support anyone’s desires to wear whatever they want but there are some FACTS that need to be acknowledged;
1. You can wear warm weather clothes that do not sexualize you body, people do it all the time, shorts and a t shirt much.
2. You really shouldn’t get upset if people react to you dressing in a revealing way in a negative or sexual way, there is a biological response to seeing the exposed or nearly exposed body of the type of person you are programmed to want to have sex with. It’s not a choice, even if no one says anything, they are still looking at your exposed flesh in a sexual light, it’s the reason out species still exists.
3. No one should say shit to you If you don’t want them to but If they do think of this, if the person saying this were someone I found attractive, respected, or had a crush on, would I react the same way as if someone I didn’t like, respect, or care about, said the same thing. If the answer to the last question was no if you wouldn’t react the exact same way no matter who said somthing to you, well, then your just a hypocrite and an ass hole.
4. Being sexually liberated does not infact liberate you, it is a trick.
also, let’s be real. dress codes at school aren’t even that bad. they just don’t want you to wear shorts that your ass hangs out of and shirts that your boobs hang out of. I LIVE IN FLORIDA AND IT’S HOT AS FUCK 98% OF THE TIME AND WE ALL MANAGED TO FOLLOW DRESS CODE AND WEAR SHORTS AND SHIRTS AND WEATHER APPROPRIATE CLOTHING
Well good for you, Florida. Here’s the thing though, at my school, I don’t get to wear shorts AT ALL. I cannot wear a tank top that covers my entire shoulder. And God forbid if there’s a whole in my jeans of ANY SIZE above my knees. I live in North Carolina and it’s humid and hot as balls during the spring and summer months, and sometimes in the fall. But instead of just wearing appropriate shorts that don’t show off my ass and cover at least 2 inches of leg below that, I get to wear long ass pants and at LEAST a t-shirt, while it’s still okay for the boys to wear cut off shirts and shants. I dare you to tell me that it’s fair for me to overheat while the boys can still be comfortable.
“4. Being sexually liberated does not infact liberate you, it is a trick.”
shut the fuck up you dumb shit
Being queer doesn’t excuse you from privilege. You can be a white queer racist, a queer male misogynist, a cis queer trans*phobe, a wealthy queer classist, or any number of other oppressive things and the sooner you educate yourself to this the better off our whole community will be, because contrary to media depiction, queer people aren’t all white middle-class gay men!