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stereotype: haeko9page: It’s like a stereotype here.
stereotype: haeko9page:

It’s like a stereotype here.

haeko9page: It’s like a stereotype here.

stereotype: feniczoroark: Looks like every lumberjack stereotype but not quite right He needs a full beard
stereotype: feniczoroark:

Looks like every lumberjack stereotype but not quite right 


He needs a full beard

feniczoroark: Looks like every lumberjack stereotype but not quite right He needs a full beard

stereotype: The stereotype by iabzeet MORE MEMES
stereotype: The stereotype by iabzeet
MORE MEMES

The stereotype by iabzeet MORE MEMES

stereotype: awesomacious: Breaking the stereotype!
stereotype: awesomacious:

Breaking the stereotype!

awesomacious: Breaking the stereotype!

stereotype: RANT ian CUISINE FRANPAISE queeranarchism: yourdarlingdaisy916: idkmybffphil: looklikewolf: irate-badfem-harpy: aliaitee: mboy-mlm: the-claire-bitch-project: thepunksink: the-big-phan-theory: doyounoelyourenemy: sidvintage: motherfuckin-pajamas: deadkennedysandattractivemen: A punk stops during a gay pride parade to allow a mesmerized child to touch his jacket spikes. I lost control about reblogging this picture.  and this is the perfect “fuck you” to people who stereotype people like this.  literally one of my favourite pictures ever nothing more punk than letting small children touch your clothes spikes or hair spikes If you think punks would miss the opportunity to be a good fucking human to kids you don’t know much about punks Being nice to kids is literally the number one punk activity THIS IS THE SAME DUDE BITCH NO WAYYYY I have a vivid memory of being about 14 and seeing a hardcore punk walking down the street in a busy shopping district with a tiny white kitten tucked in his leather jacket. That’s goals. one of my favorite memories is my first punk show and how welcoming and friendly everyone was. I was 9 and my brother brought me and people were putting me on their shoulders and telling me about where they got their clothes or how much a little punk I was. I love punk culture because from the outside it looks aggressive and harsh. But once you realize that’s just their armour and that they are kinder and more proactive about human rights than the “nice” looking people you get comfort from their presence. Not all things that look aggressive are aggressive. Not all things that look safe are safe. Punk is safe BECAUSE it is aggressive. Punk - when done right - kicks out fascists and rapists, defends communities, fights injustice. All of which require aggression.
stereotype: RANT
 ian
 CUISINE FRANPAISE
queeranarchism:

yourdarlingdaisy916:

idkmybffphil:


looklikewolf:

irate-badfem-harpy:


aliaitee:

mboy-mlm:

the-claire-bitch-project:

thepunksink:

the-big-phan-theory:

doyounoelyourenemy:

sidvintage:

motherfuckin-pajamas:

deadkennedysandattractivemen:

A punk stops during a gay pride parade to allow a mesmerized child to touch his jacket spikes.

I lost control about reblogging this picture. 

and this is the perfect “fuck you” to people who stereotype people like this. 

literally one of my favourite pictures ever

nothing more punk than letting small children touch your clothes spikes or hair spikes

If you think punks would miss the opportunity to be a good fucking human to kids you don’t know much about punks

Being nice to kids is literally the number one punk activity


THIS IS THE SAME DUDE

BITCH NO WAYYYY




I have a vivid memory of being about 14 and seeing a hardcore punk walking down the street in a busy shopping district with a tiny white kitten tucked in his leather jacket. That’s goals.

one of my favorite memories is my first punk show and how welcoming and friendly everyone was. I was 9 and my brother brought me and people were putting me on their shoulders and telling me about where they got their clothes or how much a little punk I was.


I love punk culture because from the outside it looks aggressive and harsh. But once you realize that’s just their armour and that they are kinder and more proactive about human rights than the “nice” looking people you get comfort from their presence.  
Not all things that look aggressive are aggressive. Not all things that look safe are safe. 

Punk is safe BECAUSE it is aggressive. Punk - when done right - kicks out fascists and rapists, defends communities, fights injustice. All of which require aggression.

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stereotype: on Full House, DJ gets over an eating disorder in 3 days. FEME In the real world, it can take yearsS On the very special episode "Shape Up," all it takes for DJ to quit starving herself is a chat with dad. The reality is that recovery is a difficult process that can take seven to ten years, or longer. CRACKED COM https//www.anred.com/tx.html Hollywood loves a sad, brooding love interest. Real depression Kills relationships. That sad character being portrayed as romantic would actually be really hard to have an ongoing relationship with. Being depressed can cause them to pay less attention to their partner, be less involved, be more irritable, and have trouble enjoying time together. And a failing relationship creates a cycle of deeper depression. CRACKED COM https://blogs scientificamerican.com/mind-guest-blog/ the-waming-signs-that-depression-is-affecting-your-relationship/ If a character is mentally ill, they're usually violent. That's the opposite of how it really is. Movies like Se7en, Silence Of The Lambs, and Fight Club and shows like Hannibal, Mr. Robot, and Dexter perpetuate the stereotype that people with mental illnesses are fearsome criminals, if not outright violent ones. In fact, people with mental illness are much more likely to be victims of violent crime. CRACKED GOM http://www.mentalhealth gov/basics/myths-facts in Silver Linings Playbook, love cures bipolar disorder Bipolar disorder doesn't work that way. Being in a good relationship is a positive influence on mental health, but the idea that the characters could stop taking medication and be completely mentally healthy just because they fell în love is ridiculous. CRACKED CONT http://www.vuiture.com/2012/12/ask-a-psychiatrist-how- does-silver-linings-playbook-handle-mental-ilness html tiggurix: cracked: 22 Things Movies Get Completely Wrong About Mental Illness Cracked doing the Lord’s work and shedding light on ableism and inaccuracy.
stereotype: on Full House, DJ
 gets over an eating
 disorder in 3 days.
 FEME
 In the real world,
 it can take yearsS
 On the very special episode "Shape Up," all it takes
 for DJ to quit starving herself is a chat with dad.
 The reality is that recovery is a difficult process
 that can take seven to ten years, or longer.
 CRACKED COM
 https//www.anred.com/tx.html

 Hollywood loves
 a sad, brooding
 love interest.
 Real depression
 Kills relationships.
 That sad character being portrayed as romantic
 would actually be really hard to have an ongoing
 relationship with. Being depressed can cause them
 to pay less attention to their partner, be less
 involved, be more irritable, and have trouble
 enjoying time together. And a failing relationship
 creates a cycle of deeper depression.
 CRACKED COM
 https://blogs scientificamerican.com/mind-guest-blog/
 the-waming-signs-that-depression-is-affecting-your-relationship/

 If a character is
 mentally ill, they're
 usually violent.
 That's the opposite of
 how it really is.
 Movies like Se7en, Silence Of The Lambs, and Fight
 Club and shows like Hannibal, Mr. Robot, and Dexter
 perpetuate the stereotype that people with mental
 illnesses are fearsome criminals, if not outright
 violent ones. In fact, people with mental illness are
 much more likely to be victims of violent crime.
 CRACKED GOM
 http://www.mentalhealth gov/basics/myths-facts

 in Silver Linings
 Playbook, love cures
 bipolar disorder
 Bipolar disorder
 doesn't work that way.
 Being in a good relationship is a positive
 influence on mental health, but the idea that
 the characters could stop taking medication
 and be completely mentally healthy just
 because they fell în love is ridiculous.
 CRACKED CONT
 http://www.vuiture.com/2012/12/ask-a-psychiatrist-how-
 does-silver-linings-playbook-handle-mental-ilness html
tiggurix:
cracked:
22 Things Movies Get Completely Wrong About Mental Illness
Cracked doing the Lord’s work and shedding light on ableism and inaccuracy.

tiggurix: cracked: 22 Things Movies Get Completely Wrong About Mental Illness Cracked doing the Lord’s work and shedding light on ableism...

stereotype: Benjamin Molineaux @benmolineaux Kids today: "you mean the save' button represents some kind of physical storage disk? OMG" Me today: "you mean 'upper case' and 'lower case' refer to the physical cases where printers kept their letters? OMG" Upper Case ib @% % 2 Em E& ECE BCDEFG L MINO PQR TVW X Y Z fA 4 5 6 718 e b n m En Em y p w QdOds JEm t Space Quads Lower Case 3.15 Pair of printer's cases (drawn by Rudolph Rižicka for D.B. Updike's Printing Types). 19:24 13 Sep 19 Twitter Web App Marc Verstaen @verstaen Replying to @benmolineaux and @GlennF It has French roots. Case means box in old French. Upper boxes, lower boxes. Bas de case, haut de case. 12:26 14 Sep 19 Twitter for iPhone Starburst vacuum @miopapio 4d Replying to @benmolineaux and @MaryRobinette now i only need to understand where the words type and font come from, and i'm done 1 21 Don Mackie @mackie_don 4d Font has a common root with found as in foundry. Type cast from molten metal. Having seen them in action Linotype machines are among my favourite bits of machinery. A giant typewriter with a furnace and crucible of molten lead at the back. There's a romance here. Y PE:THE FIL M GIF Li 15 6 204 Jason Thorpe @thorpej 3d Font designers are still called foundries. 1 28 3d Mary Robinette Kowal@ Jaw drops 11 pfarq @pfarqeu 1d Also, "leading" isn't the amount of space that "leads" the type, it is the size of the lead (metal) strips used to create said space. 1 Henningham Family Press. Replying to @benmolineaux and @MargotAtwell 4d Point sizes are seemingly random between typefaces because they refer to the piece of lead the type was on which you can no longer see 15 1 Katrina@KatrinaTransfem 4d There are 72 points in an inch, and the point size refers to the total height of the character set 2i 1 2 24 Margot Atwell @MargotAt... 4d Wow, I never realized this. I love type history! 1 2 Moon-faced Assassin...4 Replying to @benmolineaux and @Kilalalaa Also, in a printing press, putting a bunch of common words or phrases together is accomplished by mounting them in a single plate of text called a "Stereotype." And the sound it makes when it's pressed to the page is "cliche." Swear to god. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clich%C3%.. ti 40 125 drst: arrghigiveup: TiL (click to go to the thread, which probably has more interesting tidbits I missed). Bonus: These are my people.
stereotype: Benjamin Molineaux
 @benmolineaux
 Kids today: "you mean the
 save' button represents some
 kind of physical storage disk?
 OMG"
 Me today: "you mean 'upper
 case' and 'lower case' refer
 to the physical cases where
 printers kept their letters?
 OMG"
 Upper
 Case
 ib @% %
 2 Em E& ECE
 BCDEFG
 L MINO
 PQR
 TVW
 X Y Z
 fA
 4 5 6 718
 e
 b
 n
 m
 En Em
 y p w QdOds
 JEm
 t
 Space
 Quads
 Lower
 Case
 3.15 Pair of printer's cases (drawn by Rudolph Rižicka for D.B. Updike's
 Printing Types).
 19:24 13 Sep 19 Twitter Web App

 Marc Verstaen
 @verstaen
 Replying to @benmolineaux and @GlennF
 It has French roots. Case
 means box in old French.
 Upper boxes, lower boxes. Bas
 de case, haut de case.
 12:26 14 Sep 19 Twitter for iPhone

 Starburst vacuum @miopapio 4d
 Replying to @benmolineaux and
 @MaryRobinette
 now i only need to understand where
 the words type and font come from,
 and i'm done
 1
 21
 Don Mackie @mackie_don 4d
 Font has a common root with found
 as in foundry. Type cast from molten
 metal. Having seen them in action
 Linotype machines are among my
 favourite bits of machinery. A giant
 typewriter with a furnace and
 crucible of molten lead at the back.
 There's a romance here.
 Y PE:THE FIL M
 GIF
 Li 15
 6
 204
 Jason Thorpe @thorpej 3d
 Font designers are still called
 foundries.
 1
 28
 3d
 Mary Robinette Kowal@
 Jaw drops
 11
 pfarq @pfarqeu 1d
 Also, "leading" isn't the amount of
 space that "leads" the type, it is the
 size of the lead (metal) strips used to
 create said space.
 1

 Henningham Family Press.
 Replying to @benmolineaux and
 @MargotAtwell
 4d
 Point sizes are seemingly random
 between typefaces because they
 refer to the piece of lead the type
 was on which you can no longer see
 15
 1
 Katrina@KatrinaTransfem 4d
 There are 72 points in an inch, and
 the point size refers to the total
 height of the character set
 2i 1
 2
 24
 Margot Atwell @MargotAt... 4d
 Wow, I never realized this. I love type
 history!
 1
 2

 Moon-faced Assassin...4
 Replying to @benmolineaux and
 @Kilalalaa
 Also, in a printing press, putting a
 bunch of common words or phrases
 together is accomplished by
 mounting them in a single plate of
 text called a "Stereotype."
 And the sound it makes when it's
 pressed to the page is "cliche."
 Swear to god.
 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clich%C3%..
 ti 40
 125
drst:
arrghigiveup:

TiL (click to go to the thread, which probably has more interesting tidbits I missed).
Bonus:

These are my people.

drst: arrghigiveup: TiL (click to go to the thread, which probably has more interesting tidbits I missed). Bonus: These are my people.

stereotype: Anonymous said to spill-the-gender-tea: things I've picked up on that are pretty tumblr are BIG eyes with a ton of eyelashes, sparkles in eyes, and everyone has painted black/purple nails I don't know why Anonymous said to spill-the-gender-tea: Tumblr Art Style TM -Heavily blushed noses. Like, red noses. -Colourful band-aids all over the body -Body hair drawn in little stick lines -some sort of pride flag being worn -if it's a white character, the character might be "racebent" and made into a POC -winking -Trans men are drawn with huge breasts and pronounced curves, trans women are drawn very muscular with typically masculine features a shirt that says some sort of political statement Anonymous said to spill-the-gender-tea Steven universe style, bright neon colors Agaisnt dull greyish colors or too pastel to see anything, bright red giant nose, circle eyes half closed with greasy purple eye lids, ambiguous shade of brown, ""non binary", overly detailed hands, no concept of anatomy, try to make it ugly as to fight what "evil straight cis het white men" find attractive, ""pride flags absolutely everywhere. uwu-doughboy said to spill-the-gender-tea: So a tumblr art style is basically kind of simple with too much detail on a specific part or two (ie. body hair real thick, mouths that look like prolapsed anuses, the like) spill-the-gender-tea: Anonymous said to Heres a few things for the "tumblr art" thing, Tons of body hair Almost always have a "soft boy uwu" vibe to them. Crazy colored, short hair. Normally very cartoony, with over-exagerated 'ugly features Anonymous said to spill-the-gender-tea: one thing ive noticed about the tumblr art styles is that they usually have big noses followed by a tilted smile Anonymous said to spill-the-gender-tea: Tumblr art style: Red-ass noses, very round heads, no defined calves, no joints, giant fucking hair Anonymous said to spill-the-gender-tea: Tumblr art styles almost always consist of overweight, dark skinned (even if the character in question is white) people. A lot of the times they have vitiligo (which is extremely rare) and don't forget to make it look like a racial stereotype because Tumblr finds that progressive! xe ΧίR. @Spill-The-Gender-Tea spill-the-gender-tea:I decided to draw a picture according to tumblr’s art style.
stereotype: Anonymous said to spill-the-gender-tea:
 things I've picked up on that are pretty tumblr are BIG eyes with a ton of
 eyelashes, sparkles in eyes, and everyone has painted black/purple nails I don't
 know why
 Anonymous said to spill-the-gender-tea:
 Tumblr Art Style TM -Heavily blushed noses. Like, red noses. -Colourful band-aids
 all over the body -Body hair drawn in little stick lines -some sort of pride flag
 being worn -if it's a white character, the character might be "racebent" and made
 into a POC -winking -Trans men are drawn with huge breasts and pronounced
 curves, trans women are drawn very muscular with typically masculine features
 a shirt that says some sort of political statement
 Anonymous said to spill-the-gender-tea
 Steven universe style, bright neon colors Agaisnt dull greyish colors or too pastel
 to see anything, bright red giant nose, circle eyes half closed with greasy purple
 eye lids, ambiguous shade of brown, ""non binary", overly detailed hands, no
 concept of anatomy, try to make it ugly as to fight what "evil straight cis het white
 men" find attractive, ""pride flags
 absolutely everywhere.
 uwu-doughboy said to spill-the-gender-tea:
 So a tumblr art style is basically kind of simple with too much detail on a specific
 part or two (ie. body hair real thick, mouths that look like prolapsed anuses, the
 like)

 spill-the-gender-tea:
 Anonymous said to
 Heres a few things for the "tumblr art" thing, Tons of body hair Almost always
 have a "soft boy uwu" vibe to them. Crazy colored, short hair. Normally very
 cartoony, with over-exagerated 'ugly features
 Anonymous said to spill-the-gender-tea:
 one thing ive noticed about the tumblr art styles is that they usually have big
 noses followed by a tilted smile
 Anonymous said to spill-the-gender-tea:
 Tumblr art style: Red-ass noses, very round heads, no defined calves, no joints,
 giant fucking hair
 Anonymous said to spill-the-gender-tea:
 Tumblr art styles almost always consist of overweight, dark skinned (even if the
 character in question is white) people. A lot of the times they have vitiligo (which
 is extremely rare) and don't forget to make it look like a racial stereotype
 because Tumblr finds that progressive!

 xe
 ΧίR.
 @Spill-The-Gender-Tea
spill-the-gender-tea:I decided to draw a picture according to tumblr’s art style.

spill-the-gender-tea:I decided to draw a picture according to tumblr’s art style.

stereotype: dare-i-say-asexual Can we please be the generation that stops putting up with the family child molester? The grown uncle who dates teenage girls, the husband who makes uncomfortable comments about young women's clothing, or the cousin who raises red flags with their behavior towards children but no one wants to talk about all need to go Children, especially young women, are expected to "keep the family together" by not making a fuss over incredibly traumatic behavior Children don't deserve to suffer trauma for adults' feelings of togetherness. They're more worthy of protection than predators. A healthy family is not built on the backs of abuse survivors expected to live their lives in silence without justice, support, or protection baamilk * to-Price ladyfatmouse We are that's why a lot of the generations before us don't like us clarknokent Facts, as call them out on their shit soon as we find out. Or let it be known that we not going to stuff they're gonna be at yourunclesatan one other thing don't limit your vigilance to men. female abusers almost never get caught, reported, or even spoken of. i never got help because everybody assumed that a mother was incapable of sexually abusing her own kids. nobody was looking out for me or my brothers and if they had been, they would have automatically suspected my dad who never lifted a finger to harm us. the nurturing gentle woman stereotype/gender role held in place by sexism allows abusers to get away with everything - don't buy into it and don't assume that women can't be abusers too root out every abuser in your family, even if they 're women. Source: dare-i-say-asexual 32,544 notes Dec 6th, 2018 A call to action, for holiday family gatherings and beyond
stereotype: dare-i-say-asexual
 Can we please be the generation that stops putting up with the family
 child molester? The grown uncle who dates teenage girls, the
 husband who makes uncomfortable comments about young women's
 clothing, or the cousin who raises red flags with their behavior
 towards children but no one wants to talk about all need to go
 Children, especially young women, are expected to "keep the family
 together" by not making a fuss over incredibly traumatic behavior
 Children don't deserve to suffer trauma for adults' feelings of
 togetherness. They're more worthy of protection than predators. A
 healthy family is not built on the backs of abuse survivors expected
 to live their lives in silence without justice, support, or protection
 baamilk
 * to-Price
 ladyfatmouse
 We are that's why a lot of the generations before us don't like us
 clarknokent
 Facts, as call them out on their shit soon as we find out. Or let it be
 known that we not going to stuff they're gonna be at
 yourunclesatan
 one other thing
 don't limit your vigilance to men. female abusers almost never get
 caught, reported, or even spoken of. i never got help because
 everybody assumed that a mother was incapable of sexually abusing
 her own kids. nobody was looking out for me or my brothers and if
 they had been, they would have automatically suspected my dad
 who never lifted a finger to harm us. the nurturing gentle woman
 stereotype/gender role held in place by sexism allows abusers to get
 away with everything - don't buy into it and don't assume that women
 can't be abusers too
 root out every abuser in your family, even if
 they 're women.
 Source: dare-i-say-asexual
 32,544 notes Dec 6th, 2018
A call to action, for holiday family gatherings and beyond

A call to action, for holiday family gatherings and beyond

stereotype: strongblacklead Liked by chance_perdomo and 8,854 others strongblacklead A warlock with the face of an angel. @chance-perdomo #caos Comments bigbrotherzook He ain't black 5d 1 like Reply Hide replies chance-perdomo # @bigbrotherzook Sorry my lack of gold chains & grills are misleading to your limited concept of blackness 5d 406 likes Reply View previous replies (26) bigbrotherzook @duffboy3 i could care less about how "black" he is but he isn't lol.. that all I'm saying 5d Reply colorsandfruit @bigbrotherzook u can't tell anyone how black they are. If you have African DNA and a black parent then you are black period. U commenting on his blackness means nothing because his hair strands say black. This whole thread is you justifying how he isn't black when you could be using your energy somewhere else. No matter what you say he's perceived as black and has a black parent so he's black. It's not a matter of opinion it's fact. r U might as well delete your comment because you're gonna continue to be dragged. 5d 23 likes Reply bigbrotherzook @colorsandfruit girl shit up and stay in a woman's place, this does not concern you. 5d 1 like Reply chance_perdomo Alrighty, imma just get it out of the way. "Chains & grills" comment was supposed to be in poor taste 1: this is the stereotype perpetuated by societal remnants of archaic colonial- thinking. There is no set "book- cover" with which to judge the African diaspora & their descendants 2: @bigbrotherzook 's comments shit on & divide members of the community much like the "colonial masters" would want. THE CYCLE PERPETUATES Prove my Blackness? it's Very reminiscent of Trump's obsession with Obama's Birth certificate, no? clear something up for you: I AM a Black child, raised by a Latina Mother, educated in a VERY white society. Always one of 5 "black kids" in all of my schools. Seen as black by their community, seen as white in my own cause I didn't "act black", had lighter pigmentation & didn't do the dance the colonial masters would have wanted. For refusing to perpetuate poisonous ideologies & archaic beliefs. Call me biracial by all means, it's really no sweat off my back - imma do me, be me & you can call me whatever helps you sleep better. What I have qualms with is your divisive mentality perpetuating the problem. & please don't ever disrespect a woman not even in the comments Not only is that shitty as a Man...but it perpetuates the "black men ain't shit" narrative. 4d 94 likes Reply ambrosechance:
stereotype: strongblacklead
 Liked by chance_perdomo and 8,854 others
 strongblacklead A warlock with the face of an angel.
 @chance-perdomo #caos

 Comments
 bigbrotherzook He ain't black
 5d 1 like Reply
 Hide replies
 chance-perdomo #
 @bigbrotherzook Sorry my lack of
 gold chains & grills are misleading
 to your limited concept of blackness
 5d 406 likes Reply

 View previous replies (26)
 bigbrotherzook @duffboy3 i could
 care less about how "black" he is
 but he isn't lol.. that all I'm saying
 5d Reply
 colorsandfruit @bigbrotherzook u
 can't tell anyone how black they
 are. If you have African DNA and a
 black parent then you are black
 period. U commenting on his
 blackness means nothing because
 his hair strands say black. This
 whole thread is you justifying how
 he isn't black when you could be
 using your energy somewhere else.
 No matter what you say he's
 perceived as black and has a black
 parent so he's black. It's not a
 matter of opinion it's fact. r U
 might as well delete your comment
 because you're gonna continue to
 be dragged.
 5d 23 likes Reply
 bigbrotherzook @colorsandfruit girl
 shit up and stay in a woman's place,
 this does not concern you.
 5d 1 like Reply

 chance_perdomo Alrighty, imma
 just get it out of the way. "Chains &
 grills" comment was supposed to
 be in poor taste 1: this is the
 stereotype perpetuated by societal
 remnants of archaic colonial-
 thinking. There is no set "book-
 cover" with which to judge the
 African diaspora & their
 descendants
 2: @bigbrotherzook 's comments
 shit on & divide members of the
 community much like the "colonial
 masters" would want. THE
 CYCLE PERPETUATES Prove
 my Blackness? it's Very reminiscent
 of Trump's obsession with Obama's
 Birth certificate, no?
 clear something up for you: I AM a
 Black child, raised by a Latina
 Mother, educated in a VERY white
 society. Always one of 5 "black
 kids" in all of my schools. Seen as
 black by their community, seen as
 white in my own cause I didn't "act
 black", had lighter pigmentation &
 didn't do the dance the colonial
 masters would have wanted. For
 refusing to perpetuate poisonous
 ideologies & archaic beliefs. Call me
 biracial by all means, it's really no
 sweat off my back - imma do me,
 be me & you can call me whatever
 helps you sleep better. What I have
 qualms with is your divisive

 mentality perpetuating the problem.
 & please don't ever disrespect a
 woman not even in the comments
 Not only is that shitty as a Man...but
 it perpetuates the "black men ain't
 shit" narrative.
 4d 94 likes Reply
ambrosechance:

ambrosechance:

stereotype: Myths About Men That Need To Be Eradicated 1. That we don't like cuddlin'. I will cuddle your brains out. I will cuddle you so good you will walk funny the next day 2. We're not all emotionally stunted, sex driven idiots who think that women are some enigma 3. Men are worse parents, and less nurturing, than women 4. Just because I need to be physically attracted to a girl I'd like to date doesn't imply I only like girls for their looks 5. That if we like kids, we're pedophiles. 6. "Men shouldn't cry." Screw you, I ain't made out of stone 7. That men cannot ever be victims of sexual assault. 8. That men cannot ever be the victims of domestic abuse by a female partner. 9. That men can't be affectionate, we just fake it for sex. 10. That we don't get harshly judged for our appearance, and specifically our height. 11. I'm not talking to you just because I want to bone you 12. That, as a man and father, I'm incapable of changing diapers, feeding and nurturing my children, taking my kids to the park, am generally clueless when it comes to making decisions about household matters, can't grocery shop, can't sew or cook, and generally have no clue what to do with my kids/house/money 13. Ladies, really, we have no idea what we did. Stop being mad and explain 14. Commercials make us look like bumbling idiots who can't dress ourselves. 15. When women say we ALL stereotype women, which is really them stereotyping men 16. That men think about sex every 7 seconds I/. All men like sports 18. That by being sexually attracted to you, we are somehow dehumanizing you, or objectifying you. This can happen, but it is not an automatic consequence of a man's sexuality 19. Having a boner doesn't always mean that we're excited, it can just happen for no goddamn reason and it doesn't make us more perverted than you girls! 20. That enjoying effeminate things and enjoying women are mutually exclusive srsfunny:Some Men Want To See The World Demystified
stereotype: Myths About Men That Need
 To Be Eradicated
 1.
 That we don't like cuddlin'. I will cuddle
 your brains out. I will cuddle you so good
 you will walk funny the next day
 2. We're not all emotionally stunted, sex
 driven idiots who think that women are
 some enigma
 3. Men are worse parents, and less
 nurturing, than women
 4. Just because I need to be physically
 attracted to a girl I'd like to date doesn't
 imply I only like girls for their looks
 5. That if we like kids, we're pedophiles.
 6. "Men shouldn't cry." Screw you, I ain't
 made out of stone
 7. That men cannot ever be victims of
 sexual assault.
 8. That men cannot ever be the victims of
 domestic abuse by a female partner.
 9. That men can't be affectionate, we just
 fake it for sex.
 10. That we don't get harshly judged for our
 appearance, and specifically our height.
 11. I'm not talking to you just because I want
 to bone you
 12. That, as a man and father, I'm incapable
 of changing diapers, feeding and
 nurturing my children, taking my kids to
 the park, am generally clueless when it
 comes to making decisions about
 household matters, can't grocery shop,
 can't sew or cook, and generally have no
 clue what to do with my
 kids/house/money
 13. Ladies, really, we have no idea what we
 did. Stop being mad and explain
 14. Commercials make us look like bumbling
 idiots who can't dress ourselves.
 15. When women say we ALL stereotype
 women, which is really them
 stereotyping men
 16. That men think about sex every 7
 seconds
 I/. All men like sports
 18. That by being sexually attracted to you,
 we are somehow dehumanizing you, or
 objectifying you. This can happen, but it
 is not an automatic consequence of a
 man's sexuality
 19. Having a boner doesn't always mean
 that we're excited, it can just happen for
 no goddamn reason and it doesn't make
 us more perverted than you girls!
 20. That enjoying effeminate things and
 enjoying women are mutually exclusive
srsfunny:Some Men Want To See The World Demystified

srsfunny:Some Men Want To See The World Demystified

stereotype: Imaan Sheikh @sheikhimaan POC: *jokes about white people not seasoning their food and not having rhythm* White people: Have you ever been hated or discriminated against? I have. l've been protested and demonstrated against. dirkapitated-yet-again: jlongbone: sophisticatedfangirling: thewolfman1995: cheshireinthemiddle: livbiv17: mizumanta: livbiv17: mizumanta: livbiv17: livbiv17: raychjackson: lmao yo OMG SO RELEVENT Reblogging AGAIN. 😩 You know having unseasoned food is an actual thing in japan. “Simple flavors” is part of Japanese food culture. No seasoning or just salt. I think we should mock japanese people too. Generalize them as having no taste or ability to cook. And laugh at them if they say it’s racism or childish. The difference is white people colonized—raped, stole and destroyed—other cultures for these seasonings…that they don’t even use ☺️therein lies the irony. Also…not the point of the post…the point is, making fun of white people’s weird shit does not equal racism. I said what I said ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ So staaahp trolling and go read a book maybe. Lady, i have 2 degrees on this. I literally have walls of books on the history of food. White people didnt rape, colonize, steal, or destroy anymore than the Chinese did. And i doubt you would be okay saying this about Asians. People tended to use less seasoning back ghen because food was bred and grown differently. Things like chicken and beef had way more natural flavor, so additional seasonings werent really needed. In fact, for some places, seasonings were typically used by the poor, who were left with bad tasting scraps. Other places had them solely for the rich, since non native spices were incredibly expensive. Just like with Japanese culture, food culture in European cultures are often rely on tradition. Traditional methods are used, even if obsolete from newly available ingredients. It’s why old traditional methods of wine and cheese making are still used today. In fact, simple flavors and limited seasonings are available in a large amount of African dishes. The whole “white people dont season their food” stereotype originated in the US, and is clearly wrong, since European immigrants brought over tons of well seasoned and loved food like pizza, sausages, gyros, literally a ton of well known french dishes. I mean most southern cuisine came from French immigrants, and African slaves and paid servants (who at the time didnt even have access to most spices) simply copied those. The only real nuance is the addition of peppers and things like nutmeg and corn (originating in the americas) which European immigrants had already been using in their recipes. ( Actual soul food that can be entirely credited to African Americans is limited). The point is that the caricature of white people’s cooking being unseasoned is a very real part of reality for other cultures. Japan prides its traditional food with simplistic flavors. As in minimal or no seasoning. So any mocking you have for white people, equally (if not moreso) applies to the Japanese. You clearly don’t think it’s okay to say these same things to Asians, so it is clear that it isnt the action itself that you have a problem with, but the race doing it. Youre a racist. You think just because you mr opinions are popular and other bad activists are on your side, that you are in the right. I think we know from history that a popular opinion isnt always the right one. I’ve seen how you reply to other people who disagree with you and it is so childish. You just tell them to read a book or go to a library without considering their knowledge on the subject. I am here to tell you that i am much more knowledgable than you are on this subject. You are just making up stuff to excuse the fact that you dont like white people. https://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2015/03/26/394339284/how-snobbery-helped-take-the-spice-out-of-european-cooking I literally cannot make this shit up lol. 😂 your degrees are obviously for naught. Also..the British and Europe DID colonize these areas…which included the aforementioned atrocities. Not racist. Just have a grasp on history. Get one. How Snobbery Helped Take The Spice Out Of European Cooking I dont think you even read this. It clearly states that while Indians (and it only relies on indians, not the mentioned Japanese or really any other Asian country) focus on curry, while Europeans often focused on gravies and sauces. Italian sauces for instance relied on fresh herbs (not spices), while French sauces relied more on stocks. Once dried peppers came over, many countries used paprika to season their stews, and others regularly used rosemary, bayleaf, thyme, and pepper. It’s really odd that you would compare any country’s use of spice to India’s. Essentially anyone’s would use less spice in comparison. In fact, as shown in the link, India is known for contrasting flavors using odd spice combinations that most countries (including non european) would never use. It doesnt really prove your point. It just shows that you really dont understand how these things work. Your grasp of history is poor, because according to your other posts, you actually think white people invented racism. You keep mentioning atrocities Europeans committed and act like they are the only ones who did them, which gives you permission to be racist. You are the one who doesnt understand history. And you do not understand food culture among European countries. You are just driven by stereotypes and opinion peices. Hungarian paprika chicken Beef bourguignon Roasted gyro meat Just because they dont have spice blends with 30 components like many indian masalas, doesnt mean they arent seasoned. As someone who has made these dishes (and many others from various countries), and as someone with more education on the subject, I am here to tell you that you are wrong, misonformed, and racist. “the difference between white people and japanese people is that white people colonized, raped stole and destroyed, japanese people didn’t” sometimes i don’t even know what to say to shit like that. i… i can’t “HAHA WYPIPO TAKE JOKES SO SURIUS!”  *later*  “the difference between white people and japanese people is that white people colonized, raped stole and destroyed, japanese people didn’t““ the difference between white people and japanese people is that white people colonized, raped stole and destroyed, japanese people didn’t Yes. Hello. Korea and China both wanna have a word with you. Lmaoooo imagine denying Japanese colonialism. Like holy shit some of that happened in living memory.
stereotype: Imaan Sheikh
 @sheikhimaan
 POC: *jokes about white people
 not seasoning their food and not
 having rhythm*
 White people:
 Have you ever been hated or discriminated against?
 I have. l've been protested and demonstrated against.
dirkapitated-yet-again:
jlongbone:

sophisticatedfangirling:

thewolfman1995:

cheshireinthemiddle:


livbiv17:

mizumanta:


livbiv17:

mizumanta:


livbiv17:


livbiv17:


raychjackson:

lmao yo

OMG SO RELEVENT 


Reblogging AGAIN. 😩 


You know having unseasoned food is an actual thing in japan. “Simple flavors” is part of Japanese food culture. No seasoning or just salt. 

I think we should mock japanese people too. Generalize them as having no taste or ability to cook. And laugh at them if they say it’s racism or childish. 


The difference is white people colonized—raped, stole and destroyed—other cultures for these seasonings…that they don’t even use ☺️therein lies the irony. Also…not the point of the post…the point is, making fun of white people’s weird shit does not equal racism. 
I said what I said ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 
So staaahp trolling and go read a book maybe.

Lady, i have 2 degrees on this. I literally have walls of books on the history of food. White people didnt rape, colonize, steal, or destroy anymore than the Chinese did. And i doubt you would be okay saying this about Asians. 
People tended to use less seasoning back ghen because food was bred and grown differently. Things like chicken and beef had way more natural flavor, so additional seasonings werent really needed. In fact, for some places, seasonings were typically used by the poor, who were left with bad tasting scraps. Other places had them solely for the rich, since non native spices were incredibly expensive. 
Just like with Japanese culture, food culture in European cultures are often rely on tradition. Traditional methods are used, even if obsolete from newly available ingredients. It’s why old traditional methods of wine and cheese making are still used today. In fact, simple flavors and limited seasonings are available in a large amount of African dishes. The whole “white people dont season their food” stereotype originated in the US, and is clearly wrong, since European immigrants brought over tons of well seasoned and loved food like pizza, sausages, gyros, literally a ton of well known french dishes. I mean most southern cuisine came from French immigrants, and African slaves and paid servants (who at the time didnt even have access to most spices) simply copied those. The only real nuance is the addition of peppers and things like nutmeg and corn (originating in the americas) which European immigrants had already been using in their recipes. ( Actual soul food that can be entirely credited to African Americans is limited). 
The point is that the caricature of white people’s cooking being unseasoned is a very real part of reality for other cultures. Japan prides its traditional food with simplistic flavors. As in minimal or no seasoning. So any mocking you have for white people, equally (if not moreso) applies to the Japanese. You clearly don’t think it’s okay to say these same things to Asians, so it is clear that it isnt the action itself that you have a problem with, but the race doing it. 
Youre a racist. You think just because you mr opinions are popular and other bad activists are on your side, that you are in the right. I think we know from history that a popular opinion isnt always the right one. 
I’ve seen how you reply to other people who disagree with you and it is so childish. You just tell them to read a book or go to a library without considering their knowledge on the subject. I am here to tell you that i am much more knowledgable than you are on this subject. You are just making up stuff to excuse the fact that you dont like white people. 


https://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2015/03/26/394339284/how-snobbery-helped-take-the-spice-out-of-european-cooking

I literally cannot make this shit up lol. 😂 your degrees are obviously for naught. Also..the British and Europe DID colonize these areas…which included the aforementioned atrocities. 

Not racist. Just have a grasp on history. Get one. 
How Snobbery Helped Take The Spice Out Of European Cooking

I dont think you even read this. 
It clearly states that while Indians (and it only relies on indians, not the mentioned Japanese or really any other Asian country) focus on curry, while Europeans often focused on gravies and sauces. 
Italian sauces for instance relied on fresh herbs (not spices), while French sauces relied more on stocks. Once dried peppers came over, many countries used paprika to season their stews, and others regularly used rosemary, bayleaf, thyme, and pepper. 
It’s really odd that you would compare any country’s use of spice to India’s. Essentially anyone’s would use less spice in comparison. In fact, as shown in the link, India is known for contrasting flavors using odd spice combinations that most countries (including non european) would never use. It doesnt really prove your point. It just shows that you really dont understand how these things work. 
Your grasp of history is poor, because according to your other posts, you actually think white people invented racism. You keep mentioning atrocities Europeans committed and act like they are the only ones who did them, which gives you permission to be racist. 
You are the one who doesnt understand history. And you do not understand food culture among European countries. You are just driven by stereotypes and opinion peices. 
Hungarian paprika chicken 
Beef bourguignon 
Roasted gyro meat 
Just because they dont have spice blends with 30 components like many indian masalas, doesnt mean they arent seasoned. 
As someone who has made these dishes (and many others from various countries), and as someone with more education on the subject, I am here to tell you that you are wrong, misonformed, and racist. 



“the difference between white people and japanese people is that white people colonized, raped stole and destroyed, japanese people didn’t”
sometimes i don’t even know what to say to shit like that. i… i can’t

“HAHA WYPIPO TAKE JOKES SO SURIUS!” 
*later* 
“the difference between white people and japanese people is that white people colonized, raped stole and destroyed, japanese people didn’t““


 the difference between white people and japanese people is that white people colonized, raped stole and destroyed, japanese people didn’t
Yes. Hello. Korea and China both wanna have a word with you.


Lmaoooo imagine denying Japanese colonialism. Like holy shit some of that happened in living memory.

dirkapitated-yet-again: jlongbone: sophisticatedfangirling: thewolfman1995: cheshireinthemiddle: livbiv17: mizumanta: livbiv17:...

stereotype: There's a researcher in Canada who was looking at the injury rates between boys and girls _boys, by toddlerhood, are two to four times more likely to be injured than girls are, and their injuries tend to be more serious, and she was trying to uncover what was behind that. She was actually on maternity leave with her oldest son and spent a lot of time on playgrounds, and what she saw was this really striking difference in how boys and girls are encouraged, or not encouraged, to deal with risk. So she did a series of studies with little boys and girls on a playground, and she had parents teach their kids to slide down a pole like you'd see at a firehouse. And what she found is that boys were much more likely to be encouraged to be independent, while girls were much more likely to be cautioned about safety, about danger. Even though boys and girls had the same skill level _- both boys and girls were equally adept at actually using the equipment - the way parents treated them was very different, to the point where even when boys actually asked for help, parents said no. A couple of boys tumbled to the ground off this fire-station pole because they couldn't do it without assistance, and they were left on their own So while this kind of parenting may help protect girls physicallv, the research suggests that it also contributes to this feeling of vulnerability, that the world is a dangerous place. Because the message that sends to girls - encouraging them to be very cautious and alwavs highlighting safety and danger is that the world is a dangerous place, and that they can't cope on their own. And that feeling of vulnerability of course is a core belief of anxiety as well Another] study had young children who were told to make a world out of these sand toys with their parents. And what they found is, parents were much more likely to praise their sons when they were being assertive or independent, when they were telling their parents where to put a toy or directing the play. But when girls did that, parents were much more likely to talk over their children, ignore them, or dissuade what they were saying. So the message that sends is that you don't have control over your experience, oVer your world annaknitsspock: paulatheprokaryote: lenyberry: yayfeminism: Why does being a woman put you at greater risk of having anxiety?Part biology, part what we teach our kids about their place in the world. So we’re teaching girls to be anxious wrecks and boys to disregard the possibility of consequences for incautious behavior. This explains a lot of things. Like… why women are anxious wrecks and men are frequently surprised when it turns out their actions do in fact have consequences.And why men don’t bother asking for help even when they really need it, and thus more frequently die from treatable health conditions (including depression), while women end up getting a broad stereotype of being hypochondriacs (and then having a hard time getting treatment for legitimate health concerns). https://www.ted.com/talks/caroline_paul_to_raise_brave_girls_encourage_adventure/transcript Great example of how feminism serves not just women but people of all genders, including men.
stereotype: There's a researcher in Canada who was looking at
 the injury rates between boys and girls _boys, by
 toddlerhood, are two to four times more likely to be
 injured than girls are, and their injuries tend to be
 more serious, and she was trying to uncover what
 was behind that. She was actually on maternity
 leave with her oldest son and spent a lot of time on
 playgrounds, and what she saw was this really
 striking difference in how boys and girls are
 encouraged, or not encouraged, to deal with risk. So
 she did a series of studies with little boys and girls
 on a playground, and she had parents teach their
 kids to slide down a pole like you'd see at a
 firehouse. And what she found is that boys were
 much more likely to be encouraged to be
 independent, while girls were much more likely to be
 cautioned about safety, about danger. Even though
 boys and girls had the same skill level _- both boys
 and girls were equally adept at actually using the
 equipment - the way parents treated them was
 very different, to the point where even when boys
 actually asked for help, parents said no. A couple of
 boys tumbled to the ground off this fire-station pole
 because they couldn't do it without assistance, and
 they were left on their own

 So while this kind of parenting may help protect girls
 physicallv, the research suggests that it also
 contributes to this feeling of vulnerability, that the
 world is a dangerous place. Because the message
 that sends to girls - encouraging them to be very
 cautious and alwavs highlighting safety and danger
 is that the world is a dangerous place, and that
 they can't cope on their own. And that feeling of
 vulnerability of course is a core belief of anxiety as
 well
 Another] study had young children who were told to
 make a world out of these sand toys with their
 parents. And what they found is, parents were much
 more likely to praise their sons when they were
 being assertive or independent, when they were
 telling their parents where to put a toy or directing
 the play. But when girls did that, parents were much
 more likely to talk over their children, ignore them, or
 dissuade what they were saying. So the message
 that sends is that you don't have control over your
 experience, oVer your world
annaknitsspock:
paulatheprokaryote:

lenyberry:


yayfeminism:
Why does being a woman put you at greater risk of having anxiety?Part biology, part what we teach our kids about their place in the world.
So we’re teaching girls to be anxious wrecks and boys to disregard the possibility of consequences for incautious behavior. This explains a lot of things. Like… why women are anxious wrecks and men are frequently surprised when it turns out their actions do in fact have consequences.And why men don’t bother asking for help even when they really need it, and thus more frequently die from treatable health conditions (including depression), while women end up getting a broad stereotype of being hypochondriacs (and then having a hard time getting treatment for legitimate health concerns).


https://www.ted.com/talks/caroline_paul_to_raise_brave_girls_encourage_adventure/transcript


Great example of how feminism serves not just women but people of all genders, including men.

annaknitsspock: paulatheprokaryote: lenyberry: yayfeminism: Why does being a woman put you at greater risk of having anxiety?Part biol...