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I'm not sure what you mean about the shaved head thing. The first thing that happens to you in the military (unless you're a woman) is that they shave your head. Once you're out of training and an actual soldier, you have some leeway, but it still has to be cut very short (again, unless you're a woman.) I'm not aware of any time when completely shaved heads were mandatory for all soldiers.
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sjwstupidity:

i-dont-need-feminism:

gal-gh0ul:

i-dont-need-feminism:

heroinfriday:

Why did they stop shaving women’s heads. 15-20 years ago women got shaved heads.

Fuck honestly can everything and everyone stop bending over for chicks.

-Liv

wtf they never shaved women’s heads in the American military

Nor should they

HAha they don’t allow it in any branch. The shortest you can go is pixie cut, but it can’t be faddish like full on fucking miley cyrus.

Exactly

I dunno I feel like I remember women soldiers with shaved heads back in the 90s. I didn’t know any military people myself (not intimately, anyway) but, like, watch G.I. Jane.

Not that movies are always accurate but I seem to recall female soldiers with shaved heads and that’s the only instance of it depicted I can think of.

You are probably remembering the infamous Shannon Faulkner v Citadel case. The judge ruled she had to shave her head with everyone else but they ended up not following through with it. After all of the news coverage she quit within a week.

There's been a lot of research on female vs male attraction and what promotes different behaviors. Doing a quick google search may be able to help you clarify why many women are attracted to "bad guys."

sjwstupidity:

I think I have a pretty good idea why women are attracted to bad boys.  Doesn’t mean I have to like it.  We’re a species evolved enough to resist our instincts, and when “bad boy” after “bad boy” ends up being “douchebag” after “douchebag” I’d think the girls that date these guys would wise up and try something different.

"We can’t help who we’re attracted to" sure, but we can at least try something different out for a while.  Certain foods can be an acquired taste…certain music, certain films…certainly the same could be said of people.

There is a famous advice columnist (Dan Savage? Dr. Drew?) who tells women with bad dating histories to avoid guys that give them that fluttery feeling and go for the boring ones. It isn’t rocket science. They often speak of meeting great guys who lack that certain something and the guys they do pick invariably treat them badly. It is like a propensity for addiction, somewhere along the line their switches got flipped and you keep repeating self-destructive behavior or change.

okay why didnt they just make a spinoff that is sif weilding thor's power? Like, i can see her being worthy. they could end the series with her helping him become worthy again im just gonna. marvel. you're fucking up.

ughsocialjustice:

If they ever made a movie about Sif I would see it!

-the Polish one.

Marvel recently did a Sif spinoff that were she atttempted to wield more power to prove herself worthy. It was written by a woman, edited by a woman and had extraordinary art. I also received mixed reviews and was cancelled after a couple of storylines.

Reblog if you’re gay, lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, asexual, transgender or a supporter.
I made some "Elemental!Elsas" (basically Elsa with fire/earth/air/powers (also different races)) and someone reblogged it saying "why the fuck did you change their powers to racebend them?!?!? Are POC people not good enough to control Ice?!?". The thing is; the whole point of the "Elemental!Elsas" was to change their POWERS. I just added racebending to it.
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ughsocialjustice:

Tell them to make their own fucking art and leave you the fuck alone.

-the italian one

Sounds like a hilarious Avatar trolling.

Okay so I know for a fact that I'm heteromantic. (Is that the word for it? I'm romantically attracted to people of the opposite sex.) I have felt sexual attraction towards some people, but the thing is, I don't really want to have sex and I honestly think I can live without it. Of course, I might have it someday, but I don't know. What would that make me? Am I heterosexual or something else?
Anonymous

ughsocialjustice:

You can be asexual AND heteroromantic, I think?

-the italian one

Also sexuality is fluid and can change over time, I see no reason asexuality should be different.

Okay so I know for a fact that I'm heteromantic. (Is that the word for it? I'm romantically attracted to people of the opposite sex.) I have felt sexual attraction towards some people, but the thing is, I don't really want to have sex and I honestly think I can live without it. Of course, I might have it someday, but I don't know. What would that make me? Am I heterosexual or something else?
Anonymous

ughsocialjustice:

You can be asexual AND heteroromantic, I think?

-the italian one

Asexuality hasn’t really codified. One of the definitions allows for attraction and arousal but is marked by a lack of interest in physical sex. And this does not include phobias or religious/social reasons for avoiding sex, it is possible to be romantically attracted to the same sex, etc., and fit this description.

I just saw a blog where the person described themself as "Somewhere between pansexual, demisexual, and asexual.". They seem okay and not SJW-like at all but, just, no. They're either really confused or know nothing about how sexuality works.
Anonymous

Can you really misuse terminology that is created specifically to give people more labels? Personally I think I can fit myself into that description. Pansexual? I’m physically attracted to people of different sexes and genders and body types. Demisexual? I’m introverted and have difficulty with full scope of romantic relationships. I have friendzoned girls many times and obsess over emotional connection rather than pushing things sexually. Asexual? If demisexual is half way to asexual I just may be on there. Some definitions define asexual as having arousal but not interest in sexual relationships. That has been my life for a long time. 

Just heard someone on tv cite that BS "one in five college women is assaulted!" statistic. The study that those numbers come from had a TINY sample size from only TWO schools. Bad bad BAD research!!!

The 2000 DOJ campus study found less than 1 percent of women “self-reported” they were raped in a school year and combined with other incidents, only 2.8 percent claimed any sort of domestic abuse. Still, the 1 in 5 statistic was included as a high end projection for assaults in a college career. <1 to 2.8 percent probablity for one year projected to 25 percent probability by graduation… You have to really make a effort to make those numbers add up. And let’s not forget that teenaged women are 4 times more likely to report abuse than any other female population. No wonder college aged women are so often used in these studies, they get the highest returns. Annd if less than 1 percent isn’t high enough, they begin massaging the numbers.

check-your-privilege-feminists:

ianbaerwolf:

durkin62:

rojerk:

durkin62:

rojerk:

durkin62:

rojerk:

trillslut:

"Feminism is already fighting for men’s rights issues!"

>that awkward moment when feminism is the cause of men’s rights issues

Lots of good, true info in that post, but I have to say that the Sanger quote is bit of a black mark. Sanger is a public enemy of the Christian Right and many of her online quotes are processed through them. They don’t care about facts and often twist her words. The quote about large families is actually about infant mortality rates, and the near statistical guarantee of infant deaths with large families. She was pushing planned families as a life-saving measure. Contrary to popular opinion she was against abortion and did real work in inner cities before anybody knew who she was.